My Dad Drove a Ford
This is a compilation of 10 stories based on interviews with the owners of classic Ford products from the 1950s,60s and 70s.
The title is based on the words "My Drove a Ford". That's the most common answer to the question 'why' in every interview with classic Ford owners.
This is a look at why nostalgia is the driving force behind the old car hobby. More
Jim and Jerry Sutherland have conducted thousands of interviews with owners of old cars and trucks and the title sums up the experience- "My Dad Drove a Ford".
This is the driving force behind the old car hobby because the investment in these vehicles is based on pure emotion.
Nostalgia for the days when life was simpler is the simplest explanation for these owners.
This is a first hand account of the commitment that these owners have made to their classic Fords from the 1950s,60s and 70s.
"My Dad Drove a Ford" isn't the most logical reason to make a huge investment in a car that is at least 40 years old but it is the most valid because nostalgia has no price tag.
Here are ten stories from the front lines of the car hobby that define why we love the old Ford iron.