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Do you need Used Ford Parts for your car/truck, we help you to locate Ford Auto Parts, OEM Parts, Body Parts for sale with the best quality and affordable price in the United States.
Used Ford Parts From 1901 – 2017
Ford Used Auto Parts are the parts which make Ford car, truck or SUV to stay on road for a longer period of time. The engineering skills used to build this parts is second to none. We deal with Used Ford Parts to serve our customers with quality parts instead of expensive one.
The parts are usually very easy to locate particularly if you are going to buy an OEM Parts, the drawbacks are the new parts that you are going to buy will be like four times higher then the used OEM Parts.
We have the Used Ford Parts for the following models
Aerostar, Aspire, Bronco(Full Size), Bronco II, C-Max, Contour, Cortina, Courier, Crown Vic, Ecosport, Edge, Escape, Escort, Excursion, EXP, Expedition, Explorer, Fairlane, Fairmont, Falcon, Festiva, Fiesta, Five Hundred, Flex, Focus, Focus RS, Freestar, Freestyle, Fusion, Galaxie, Granada, GT, Ikon, KA, LTD, LTD II, Maverick, Mondeo, Mustang, Pinto, Probe, Ranchero, Ranger, Taurus, Taurus X, Tempo, ThinkCity-Electric, Thunderbird, Torino, Transit 150, Transit 250, Transit 350
Transit Connect, Truck-Courier, Truck-F100, Truck-F150, Truck-F150 Raptor, Truck-F250, Truck-F250 Super Duty, Truck-F350, Truck-F350 Super Duty, Truck-F450, Truck-F450 Super Duty, Truck-F550 Super Duty, Truck-Forward Control, Truck-Ranger, Van E100, Van E150, Van E200, Van E250, Van E300, Van E350, Van E450 Super Duty, Van E550 Super Duty, Windstar, and more..
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How Did Ford Motor Company Incorporated?
In the year 1903, morning 9:30 am, Henry Ford and other possible shareholders of Ford Motor Company meet in Detroit to sign the official documents necessary for the creation of a new company. Twelve shareholders were registered on the forms, which were signed, notarized and sent to the office of the Michigan Secretary of State. The company was officially formed the next day when the secretary of the state office received the bylaws.
Ford had built his first gasoline car, which he called the Quadricycle, in a workshop behind his house in 1896 while working as a chief engineer for the Edison Illuminating Company’s main plant in Detroit. He made two unsuccessful attempts to establish a car manufacturing company before 1903. One month after the establishment of the Ford Motor Company, the first Ford was assembled at a plant on Mack Avenue in Detroit.
In the early days of Ford, only a few cars were assembled each day and were built by hand by small groups of workers from pieces manufactured by order of other companies. With the introduction of the Model T in 1908, Ford achieved its mission to produce an affordable, efficient and reliable car for everyone: in a decade, almost half of the cars in the United States were Ts models.
The sensational demand for “Tin Lizzie” led Ford to expand mass production strategies, including massive manufacturing plant life, using standardized and interchangeable components and, in 1913, the world’s first mobile assembly line. In 1914, to in addition enhance productiveness, Ford added the daily wage of five greenbacks for an eight-hour day for its workers (in comparison to $ 2.34 for 9 hours), setting a standard for the industry.
In the late 1910s and early 20’s, Ford started out the development of a huge industrial complicated along the banks of the Red River in Dearborn, Michigan. The plant combined all the necessary components for automotive production, including a glass factory, a steel plant, and an assembly line. When the other shareholders of Ford Motor resisted the idea of building the River Rouge plant due to its enormous costs, Henry Ford (who already owned 58.5% of the company in 1906) bought and installed his son Edsel. in 1919.
The previous Ford retained full control of the company’s operations and returned to the presidency shortly after the death of Edsel in 1943, before handing it over to his grandson, Henry Ford II, in 1945. Two years later, The legendary his house Dearborn at the age of 83 years.
Tips to Care Ford Car and Truck
- Regular checkup is important with the experts or mechanic
- Pour fluid for your engine for an efficient performance at the right time
- If you are not using the car regularly switch to make solar power converter so that you can use it later.
- Check the torn belts, sparks and brakes to avoid any kind of damages.
- Top up the fuel whenever necessary
- Check all the lights, wind blades, heaters are in proper condition before taking it for a drive.