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The Ford Pygmy & GPW
The Ford Pygmy & GPW

The Ford Pygmy & GPW

Filed in Concepts, Ford - Military by on August 16, 2017 • views: 1151

(Ford Pygmy Prototype) As World War II was breaking out in Europe, the United States Army was rushing to come up with a light reconnaissance vehicle, small weapons carrier, and personnel transport that would replace automobiles and motorcycles with sidecars. The requirements for this new vehicle would be: Weight not to exceed 1200 pounds (increased to […]

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Adventure Driven Ford Expedition views: 124

You never see people on an expedition, driving a Ford Expedition. I keep my eyes open for Ford Expeditions that are used off road, and came across this Expedition owned by Seth and Kande Jacobsen of AdventureDriven.com. This Ford ‘Expedition’ actually lives up to its name. The Jacobsen’s started with a 2007 Ford Expedition, and began […]

1973 Ford Courier 4×4 views: 212

In the early 1970’s the Ford Courier name was applied to the Mazda B-Series, a compact pickup manufactured by Mazda. It had greater fuel economy than the full-size pickups of the time. The Courier was manufactured by Toyo Kogyo (Mazda) and imported and sold by Ford Motor Company as a response to the unforeseen popularity […]

1996 Ford Centurion Classic views: 598

Centurion Vehicles, a converter specializing in Ford trucks based in White Pigeon, Michigan, saw a market for a Ford SUV that could compete with the Suburban. In 1980, they began selling the Centurion Classic, a vehicle commonly referred to as a 4-door Ford Bronco. In the construction of each Classic, Centurion would actually use two […]

2018 Ford Expedition FX4 views: 354

Ford claims that 20 percent of Expedition owners use their vehicles in rugged situations. Seeing this demand, Ford has released the all new 2018 Ford Expedition FX4 which they claim to be their most off-road capable Expedition yet. The FX4 package includes a number of modifications which are designed to help the Expedition perform well […]