All Ford Projects and Automobiles
1995 Ford Thunderbird LX
This is my latest project, a 1995 Ford Thunderbird V8 with a 4.6L Modular engine. It is being modified for a sports car feel but still
have good road manners.
Click here for more information on the 1995 Ford Thunderbird V8 Coupe
1990 Ford Festiva LX
My 1990 Ford Festiva was my first car. It had everything that a Festiva could have including the power mirror, air conditioning, sport package with
special fabrics on the seats, ASC Sunroof and a big Kenwood Stereo. The 1.3L 63HP B3 Mazda engine was just about right for this car. While no
rocket, it gave good acceleration and fuel economy. Back then, gas was $1.00 a gallon, which allowed me to fill up for $7.00. Not bad, eh?
Click here for more information on the 1990 Ford Festiva LX Hatchback
1996 Ford Probe SE
This little sports coupe was pretty cool. The 118HP 2.0L DOHC Mazda I-4 with the automatic transmission was pretty smooth.
Suspension Techniques lowering springs, which made the car handle like its on rails.
Click here for more information on the 1996 Ford Probe SE Coupe
1997 Ford Aspire GV
This 1997 Ford Aspire was my second that I purchased. Unlike the first Aspire, this one had all of the options that you could get. Features included an upgraded
interior, door panel inserts, air conditioning, ABS and cargo cover. Later on, I added some 13" rims to the Aspire to give it an up market look.
Click here for information about my 1997 Ford Aspire
2000 Mercury Villager Sport
This 2000 Mercury Villager Sport is one of the nicest cars I have owned. I bought the car used from a Ford dealership and have been very happy with it. We really needed a larger car to carry the kids and all of their stuff so we picked the Villager Sport. With its Nissan 3.3L V6, it is really fast for a Mini-Van. I like everything about this car, the color, the style and the price.
Here are some of the features:
|Sport Edition Package - Includes leather wrap steering, tinted windows and wider tires
|AM/FM Stereo with in dash 6 Disc CD Changer
||Factory Moon-Roof (Very Large)
|Rear Air Conditioning
||Power Everything (seat, windows, locks)
2002 Ford Ranger XLT
This is my current daily driver, a 2002 Ford Ranger XLT 2WD. This truck has all the basics and the fuel economy of the 2.3L I-4. It features class III trailer hitch, CD6 MP3 Player and more.
Click here to see the 2002 Ford Ranger XLT
2007 Mazda Mazda 5
The Family Truckster, she gets the family where we need to go with some style. The brakes are awesome, the ride is just about perfect and has just enough get up and go.
Click here to see the 2007 Mazda Mazda5
2011 Ford Fiesta SES Hatchback
This 2011 Ford Fiesta SES is my newest daily driver. Its fuel economy, fun factor and equipment is fantastic. This car gets me to the office safely and in comfort.
Click here to see my 2011 Ford Fiesta SES Hatchback
1999 Ford Taurus SE
This car was my daily driver for almost three years. It was a more basic version of my Sable. It has some audio upgrades, K&N and some left over parts from the Sable. Check it out!
Click here to see my 1999 Ford Taurus SE
1998 Ford Escort SE Wagon
This Escort SE Wagon was bought brand new in 1998. It was transportation at its finest. Later on, I added alloy wheels to upgrade the look of the car. I traded this car in for the Sable in 2002.
1992 Ford Taurus GL Wagon
This 1992 Taurus GL was great! It had the 3.8L Essex V6 engine, heavy duty suspension package, ABS and was pretty loaded for a GL. This might have been the second most fastest car I have owned. When it ran right, the
wagon did pretty good on the freeway. Most of the time this car was broken and it had all of the 3.8L problems including coolant leaks and headgaskets.
It was such a shame that this car had so many problems. I enjoyed it while I had it. I have seen it on the road as of 2010 looking pretty good for its age. The 3.8L badges I added made it easy to spot if you were looking for it. I
would love to know the service history on this car. Apparently, it served the next driver(s) well after I sold it in 2002.
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