Archive | 01/19/2011

Here is something neat from the Ford history archives. They say history repeats itself. I hope so!

It was in March 1932 that Henry Ford introduced the world’s first mass-produced V-8 engine. The V-8 configuration was not new, but for Ford, who had never countenanced even a straight six-cylinder engine since his first car chuntered out of his backyard in 1903, it was an astonishing leap into the future.–way-ahead-of-the-times-552182.html