The push for shiny new gas-saving technology has brought Ford Motor Co. to the brink of embracing lucky number 13. That’s atomic number 13, and the element is the aluminum. According to the Detroit Free Press, Ford will make “extensive use” of weight-saving aluminum panels to replace the standard steel panels used in Ford F-150 Read on! →


The 2011 Ford Ranger underwent a bold redesign; the small pickup was enlarged and given sumptuous curves. Despite decent sales and top safety awards, no one in North America is going to be able to buy one. New Ranger wins top European safety award The Ford Ranger underwent a bold redesign for the 2011 model Read on! →


Problems with the fuel tank straps on 1997 to 2001 Ford F-150 trucks have prompted the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to investigate the matter. Straps that secure the tank to the body can rust, and the tank can end up being dragged under the vehicle and possibly setting fire to the fuel. No recall Read on! →


There are some things which truly are as American as apple pie (although apple pie is not an American invention at all). One of those things is full size pickup trucks that have big, beefy, 8-cylinder engines. Trucks are the tool of the working man (and woman) and by Jove, trucks should come stock with Read on! →