List of Ford vehicles

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1930 Ford Model A, Havana, 2011

The following is a list of vehicles manufactured by the Ford Motor Company under the Ford marque. For other vehicles produced by Ford Motor Company see List of Mercury vehicles, list of Lincoln vehicles, Edsel.

Cars[edit]

North America[edit]

Europe[edit]

Australia[edit]

Models in alphabetic order[edit]

Race and rally cars[edit]

Vans[edit]

MPVs[edit]

SUVs[edit]

Trucks[edit]

Tractors[edit]

See also: Fordson tractor

Ford *000 series

  • 1000
  • 2000
  • 3000
  • 4000
  • 5000
  • 6000
  • 7000
  • 8000
  • 9000

Ford **00 series

  • 1600
  • 2600
  • 3600
  • 4600
  • 5600
  • 5700
  • 6600
  • 6700
  • 7600
  • 7700
  • 8100
  • 8200
  • 8600
  • 8700
  • 9600
  • 9700

Ford **10 series

Ford TW series

Ford **30 series

Ford **40 series

In 1986, Ford Agriculture was looking for a way out of the tractor business. The following year they bought Versatile, who made articulated four-wheel drive tractors. All this buying was to rival manufacturers like Deere & Company and Case IH but because of the 1980s American tractor slump, Ford was forced to think again. In 1988 they sold 80% of it to Fiat and in 1991 they bought the remaining 20%. So it was the end for Ford tractors. Fiat rebranded their European tractors under the newly acquired name of Ford-New Holland. In 2001, the Ford name was dropped.

Buses[edit]

Ford Transit Bus - small transit bus for Canada and the United States from 1936 to 1947
  • 70 (1936–1937)
  • 81-B (1937–1938)
  • 91-B (1938–1939)
  • 09-B (1939–1940)
  • 19-B (1940–1941)
  • 29-B (1941–1942)
  • 49-B (1944)
  • 59-B (1945–1947)
  • 69-B (1946–1947)
  • 79-B (1945–1947)
School Bus - for North American market
Commercial Bus
Transit/Suburban Bus
  • Ford G997
  • Ford R-Series - for European market 1960s to 1980s
  • Ford Trader
  • Ford Hawke
  • Ford ET7 with Casha bodywork
  • Ford 19B, 29B
  • Ford 72B
  • Ford ET7 Aqualina

Military[edit]

Ford was a military contractor in North American clients during World War I and II:

Concept and movie cars[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]