Modern Supercars and the Ford Heritage Vault: RAC #76

It’s podcast time! This week we have a whole bunch of guests. Ted Ryan from the Ford Archives joins us to discuss an exciting new website. More, Motor1.comSeyth Miersma and Brett T. Evans are here to talk about the latest supercars and hypercars.

We let Ryan kick things off to show off the new Ford Heritage Vault. The site contains over 5,000 high resolution scanned images and brochures. At launch, it covers the automaker’s history in the United States from 1903 to 2003. The result is amazing for fans of vintage cars.

During the show, we learn about all sorts of Ford stories, like the huge color palette available on the 1960 Thunderbird. The brochures even include accessory catalogs, and you can find things like towing gear for a Mustang II.

Ford is just getting started with this site. In the future, concepts, a magazine published by the automaker and content from Ford of Britain are coming. It will be the one stop shop for anyone looking for the automaker’s models.

For the second half of the show, we discuss the current state of supercars. Motor1.com recently released a drive of the McLaren Artura.

We use the McLaren as a hook for an overview of where supercars are today. We offer vehicles like the Aston Martin Valkyrie, Mercedes-AMG One, upcoming Pagani C10 and many more.

Rambling About Cars preview:

Next week Chris Smith will be back from his 2,400 mile trip from South Dakota to Michigan and back. He will probably have fascinating stories to tell. We will also cover the latest automotive news. With the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​approaching, this will likely include some exciting performance vehicles.

Where to listen:

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