Can You Name These Ford Models From An Image?

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J.P. Naomi

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Are you built Ford tough? It's time to see if you have what it takes to name all of the Ford models featured in this quiz! They could be classic, they could be current, or they could be some of the longest-running Fords in production! So we want to know ... can you go further and name them all? 

In order to ace this quiz, though, you'll need a quick review. Did you know that Ford Motor Company was founded by Henry Ford on June 16, 1903? That was nearly 115 years ago! From the original Model A to today's F-550 Super Duty, and all the Mustangs and Crown Vics in between, Ford has long been recognized as one of the great American car manufacturers in the world. What began in an industrial suburb of Detroit, Michigan now finds itself with operations all over the world - from Africa to South America and all of Europe and Asia. Sales in the United States alone are well above 2.5 million vehicles! So we want to know... can you recognize some of these cars from just a photo?

It's time to set this quiz in drive and see how well you do. But before we let you go, we have one more question for you... have you driven a Ford lately?

What is the name of the rear-wheel drive Ford model seen here?

The Ford Thunderbird was manufactured over 11 different generations between 1955 - 1997. It made a brief comeback between 2002 - 2005. It was the first vehicle that became known as a personal luxury car.

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Take it way back to 1908 with the famous Ford _______!

The Model T is generally regarded as the nation's first affordable automobile. Did you know it was named the most influential car of the 20th century in the 1999 Car of the Century competition?!

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What is the name of the Ford model seen here?

Manufactured by Ford Europe, the Ford Galaxie was first introduced in June of 1995. It is classified as a large minivan and has five doors.

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What is the name of this Ford from the late '60s and early '70s?

The Ford Torino was an automobile produced by Ford for the North American market between 1968 and 1976. It was actually designed to be the upscale version of the Ford Fairlane.

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Going strong since 1965, this is a photo of the Ford _______...

Designed by John Najjar, Philip T. Clark and Joe Oros, the Ford Mustang was first introduced on April 17, 1964. It became Ford's most successful launch since the Model A!

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Recognize this compact Ford model?

The Ford Fairmont was available between 1978 - 1983. It was introduced as the successor to the Ford Maverick and was also sold by Lincoln-Mercury dealers as the Mercury Zephyr.

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The Ford ______ was introduced in 1998 and is still available today!

Currently on its fourth generation, the Ford Focus is a compact car which succeeded the Ford Escort. More than 150,000 are sold each year!

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Can you name the supermini model seen in this photo?

The Ford Fiesta has a front-engine, front-wheel drive layout and is classified as a supermini. It has been manufactured globally since 1976 and is currently on its seventh generation!

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What do you get when you cross a station wagon with a pickup truck?

From 1957 - 1979, more than 500,000 Rancheros were manufactured by Ford. The Ranchero was unlike a pickup truck because it was essentially a two-door station wagon platform with an integrated cab and cargo bed in the body!

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This vehicle was also known as the Mercury Sable...

The Ford Taurus is now in its sixth generation! It was originally introduced in the 1986 model year, and has remained in production for more than two decades. Did you know that all generations of the Taurus have been built at the Chicago Assembly?

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The Ford _______ was also called the Ford Topaz...

Designed by Jack Telnack, the Ford Tempo came after the Ford Fairmont and before the Ford Contour. It was available for the model years 1984 - 1994, assembled both in the United States and Canada.

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Can you name this 3-speed automatic Ford model?

The Ford Durango was a two-passenger coupe utility sold in limited production by Ford Motor Company between the 1979 - 1982 model years. Did you know it had a 3.3 L Thriftpower Six I6 engine?!

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They don't make station wagons like this anymore...

The Ford Del Rio was a full-size, six-passenger station wagon that was produced by Ford in the United States for model years 1957 and 1958. This model was intended to compete with the Chevrolet Nomad and the Pontiac Safari.

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This Ford model came in 1980 to replace the Pinto...

Did you know that the Escort was Ford's first front-wheel-drive car built in North America? Front-wheel drive was actually a design made popular by the Honda Civic and Volkswagen Rabbit... Ford thought they should capitalize on that too!

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What is the name of this fastback coupe built between 1968 - 1986?

Did you know that the Ford Capri was designed by Philip T. Clark? He was also responsible for the ground-breaking design of the Ford Mustang!

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This mid-engine two-seater Ford was first introduced in 2004...

The Ford GT was available between 2004 -2006. It made a comeback in 2016 and is still in production today. Its award-winning historic predecessor was the Ford GT40.

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Its sister car was the Mercury Mystique...

The Ford Contour replaced the Ford Tempo in 1995. Did you know that both the Contour and Mystique landed on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1995, 1996 and 1997!

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What is the name of the Ford model seen here?

Ford introduced the Ranger for the United States and Canada in 1983. Did you know that the Ranger was actually the first compact pickup truck designed by Ford Motor Company?

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This vehicle was named after Henry Ford's estate near Dearborn, Michigan.

Fair Lane, the estate of Henry Ford and his wife, was a 1,300-acre estate along the River Rouge. It included a large limestone house, an electrical power plant on the dammed river, a greenhouse, a boathouse, riding stables, a children's playhouse, a treehouse and extensive landmark gardens designed by Chicago landscape architect Jens Jensen.

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This line of Ford trucks is also known as the Econoline.

Ford manufactured the E-Series for 56 years! It currently stands as the second longest-produced nameplate by Ford worldwide. It was replaced by the Ford Transit.

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This Ford model came after the Bronco.

Introduced in 1997, the Ford Expedition is currently in its third generation, with a fourth generation slated for the 2018 model year. It is sold in both regular and extended length models and is most closely related to the Lincoln Navigator.

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This SUV model was first introduced in 1990.

Did you know that the Ford Explorer was introduced in both two-door and four-door body styles? The four-door was in fact Ford's first four-door SUV. These vehicles have been manufactured since 1990.

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Since 2006, this mid-size crossover SUV has been manufactured by Ford.

Did you know that the Edge is assembled at Ford's Oakville, Ontario assembly plant? The Edge is currently sold in the US as well as Europe, and is on its second generation.

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What is the name of the Ford model seen here?

The Ford Flex, marketed in the United States, Canada and the Middle East, was designed by Peter Horbury. It has a 6-speed automatic transmission and is built on the Ford D4 platform.

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Do you have an eye for this classic Ford?

The Ford 2GA was a car produced by Ford in 1942 and came stock with a 90 hp, 6-cylinder engine. About 160,211 were produced during its run.

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This model has been the best-selling pickup in the United States since 1977...

The Ford F-Series is a series of light-duty trucks and medium-duty trucks (Class 2-7) that have been marketed and manufactured by Ford Motor Company since 1948. Did you know that the same vehicle in Mexico is called the Ford Lobo?

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The Ford _______ followed the Ford Taurus in production...

The Ford Fusion is a four-door, five-passenger mid-size sedan manufactured and marketed by Ford across three generations in gasoline, gas/electric hybrid, and full electric variants. It began production in 2005.

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This vehicle was the very first minivan sold by Ford.

Did you know that a total of 2,029,577 Aerostars were produced from 1985 - 1997. All production was sourced from the St. Louis Assembly Plant in Hazelwood, Missouri, which is now closed.

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What is the name of the Ford model seen in this photo?

For the 1953 model year, an all-new version of the F-Series made its debut. It became known as the F-100, and was named for the North American F-100 Super Sabre jet!

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This vehicle was also known as the Mercury Bobcat.

The Pinto was produced by Ford between 1971 - 1980. It was designed by Robert Eidschun in 1968 and was actually the first mass-produced American car sold with rack and pinion steering!

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What is the name of this royal Ford?

Anyone who knows the Crown Victoria knows it as the Crown Vic! It was manufactured by Ford from 1992 - 2012 and shared the same platform with the Lincoln Town Car and Mercury Grand Marquis.

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The Ford ________ was a minivan sold between 1995 - 2003.

A successor to the Ford Aerostar, the Windstar went through three different generations before it was discontinued. The Windstar boasted a wheelbase of 120.7 inches and a 3.0 L Vulcan or 3.8 L Essex V6 engine.

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Recognize this classic Ford?

The Ford Custom was produced by Ford in the United States, Canada and Australia from 1949 to 1981. Did you know that the Custom 500 was featured in various TV shows and film? For example, it was the family car used in "The Wonder Years!"

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Can you name this high-performance endurance racing Ford?

Did you know that the GT40 won the 24 Hours of Le Mans four consecutive times, from 1966 to 1969?! Only 105 of them were ever produced - they were succeeded by the Ford P68 and Ford GT.

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If you can name this station wagon that was only produced for one year... you might just be a Ford expert!

The Ford Parklane was only available in 1956. It was a two-door station wagon, based on the Ford Ranch Wagon, and was launched to compete with the Chevrolet Nomad!

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The other name for this 1932 beauty was the Ford Model 18.

Rather than just update the Model A, Ford launched a completely new model for 1932. The V8 was marketed as the Model 18 in its initial year and was simply known as the Ford V‑8. Why? Because it had the new flathead V8 engine, of course!

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Before the Ford Escort, there was the Ford _______, seen here!

The Ford Anglia was a compact car which was designed and manufactured by Ford UK. A total of 1,594,486 Anglias were produced before they was replaced by the Ford Escort.

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Can you correctly identify this heavy duty extended-length sport utility Ford?

The Ford Excursion was produced for the model years 2000 - 2006. It was the longest and heaviest SUV ever to enter mass production and was based on the Ford F-250 Super Duty pickup truck.

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What is the name of this 5-door subcompact crossover SUV?

The EcoSport was first introduced in 2003, and is still in production today, specifically in its second generation. Did you know that the EcoSport has become one of Ford's best-selling models in Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela and Mexico?!

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Some know it as the Ford Festiva, but another name for it is the Ford _____.

Did you know that the second model Ford Festiva was jointly developed between Kia and Ford? It was produced between 1993 - 2000 and was available as a 3-door hatchback, 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback!

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