I always thought it was odd how British cars of the '50s looked like they belonged in the late 1930s. Whether it's this Triumph, or the Jaguar Marks, or the Rollers of the day. The Ford Popular. Etc. And when Britain did finally leap into the '50s in car design, a lot of those models wound up running into the late… » 10/19/14 12:20am 10/19/14 12:20am

He wasn't the father of a suspension. He was the father of the horrendous overall shitbox that was the Mustang II. Hot rodders using its suspension matters very little, since the II was the slowest Ford you could buy in America at the time. And it wore the Mustang badge. » 10/15/14 4:29pm 10/15/14 4:29pm