More Cars from the 28th Annual Fabulous Fords Forever Show!
Text and Photos by Bob Ryder
Check out more exclusive photos from our coverage of the 28th Annual Fabulous Fords Forever show held at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, CA. We’ll show you some more of the best rides. Be sure to check out Part 1 and keep checking back for more exclusive photos from the July issue of Drive–on sale now!
Let’s jump right in and check out more of the fantastic Ford Motor vehicles from this show!
This is a ’60 Mercury “long roof” station wagon with bullet hubcaps.
Hilla Gottlieb’s ’64 Lincoln Continental convertible was low and long with factory rear suicide doors tuckin’ 24s.
Check out this ’68 Mercury Cougar convertible.
Oliver Strauss’ ’70 Cougar.
Jack Potter’s ’66 Ford Galaxie 500.
Remember the song by the Rip Cords, “Hey Little Cobra”?
Inspired by racing Ford GT40s of the ’60s, Ford decided to introduce a factory production Ford GT that was available in 2005-06 model years. It was equipped with a 5.4L aluminum V-8 that produced 550 hp.
There was a solid representation of first generation 1955-57 Thunderbirds.
The 1958-60 Thunderbirds open up like a Swiss Army knife.
Fine examples of the Thunderbird body style from 1961-63.