Our professional sales team and ASE Certified Technician can assist you in selecting the correct auto parts for you FORD vehicle. We offer quality FORD auto parts from major brand manufacturers including Moog Chassis, Fram and Wix Filters, Gates Belts and Hoses, Walker and AP Exhaust, Felpro Gaskets, Timkin Bearings, NGK and Autolite Spark Plugs, Monroe and KYB Struts and Shocks, Wagner and Raybestos Brakes and many more.
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The Ford Motor Company is an American automaker that was established by Henry Ford on June 16, 1903. It has its headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan. The company currently encompasses the Ford and Lincoln brands for its commercial and luxury vehicles, respectively. Henry Ford's first venture into the automobile industry began with the short-lived Detroit Automobile Company, established in 1899. To put that in perspective, that’s about 100 years before discount Ford auto parts would be available for online purchase! The company was reorganized to form the Henry Ford Company in 1901. However, a falling out with his partners forced Henry Ford to leave the company. In 1903, with the backing of 11 other investors that included the Dodge brothers, Henry Ford formed the Ford Motor Company. The first model manufactured by Ford was the Model A, a two-seater runabout. The Model K, Ford's first six-cylinder vehicle, was released in 1907. By 1913, Henry Ford had perfected the assembly-line which later came to be popularly known as “Fordism” around the world.