1991 Ford Cars and Trucks

The quintessential American car brand, Ford has a proud and unparalleled history in America. Famously founded by titan of industry Henry Ford in 1903, Ford revolutionized the car industry with its assembly line production, efficiently making cars that were affordable and accessible. In 1964, Ford shook the car industry again by introducing the iconic Mustang which now has more than a half century of heritage as America’s fun, affordable performance car.

Lately, Ford's most popular vehicle by far has been its F-Series pickups which have dominated the landscape with their rugged capability and astounding performance in variants like the F150, F250, F350 and F450 with luxurious amenities available in the higher trims. Ford has recently shifted its focus away from sedans and towards trucks and SUVs, like the Escape, Expedition and Edge showing the brand has a good sense of what consumers want.

Despite the popularity of their trucks, Ford still manufactures a variety of popular alternatives including minivans, hatchbacks, sedans and coupes. With their most current brand tagline, “Go Further”, it’s obvious Ford envisions a future as rich as their iconic history.

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