Welcome to the Fordnatics web page!
Here you'll find information about the
Fordnatics mailing list,
50natics mailing list,
and other resources of interest to Ford fans.
About the logo
My wife Ruth designed this logo using KPT Bryce on a Power Macintosh.
Last link check 19 November 2004
If you have new links to suggest, complaints because I missed your
favorite Ford site, or you find these links have gone stale, drop me a
Fox chassis information repository opened!
Dave Williams has made his
on Ford's Fox chassis, which includes the '79-'93 Mustang, '83-88
Thunderbird, '85-'92 Lincoln Mark VII, and other popular Fords,
available via the web.
Stroker archive available online
The archive of 302 stroker articles can be found
Thanks to Ken McGee for assembling the collection.
For more on 289/302 based strokers using cast-off 351 Cleveland cranks,
check out Dave Williams's
stroker how-to article,
just one of many resources for the enterprising gearhead at
Dave's web site.
Friends of Fordnatics
Click here for a listing of Ford-related
businesses who help support the Fordnatics list and this Web page.
Related links and mailing lists
Every WWW page has its "links to more links" section, and mine is no
exception. Here are the best World-Wide Web and email resources I know of for
Ford lovers. If your favorite site isn't on this list, be patient; at
send me the URL
so I can evaluate it for myself.
In no particular order:
Ford Motor Company
corporate Web page. There are separate sites for authoritative info about
cars. For those who want something a little hotter, see the
Ford SVT site.
And don't forget to check out the
Ford Racing Parts
Rob Schafer has a (somewhat dated) list of
Ford clubs and registries
around the world.
Henry Ford Heritage Association's
mission is to "foster interest in the life and accomplishments of Henry
Ford and to work toward the preservation and interpretation of landmarks
associated with his life." The HFHA's web site has a horde of links to
sites of interest to Ford history buffs.
Living in the past?
The Early Ford V-8 Club Of America
is for anyone interested in Fords, Lincolns, and Mercuries from the
golden age of the Flathead, 1932 to 1953.
- If your idea of proper fuel delivery is a "six-pack" or "three
deuces", Michael Brattland's
Ford Holley Tri-Power
page is the place to go for tech tips, classified ads, photos, and
more. Both small and big blocks are welcomed here.
Ford Truck Enthusiasts Page
has a wealth of information on the best-selling vehicles in North
America, including discussion groups with archives, a chat room,
classifieds, and more.
Older F-series owners should look at Thom B's
1967 Ford Truck Site,
which features Thom's 1967 F-250 4WD pickup, the 1967 F-Series
Registry, and various information
about F-series trucks of the era.
Got an older Ford product with an EEC-IV computer and don't know how to
do the self tests? See this
with error codes
Dali Design web site.
Vintage Mustang Owners of America
is a club based in San Jose, CA, and welcomes owners -- and would-be
owners -- of Mustangs of any vintage.
is one of the best sites out there for owners of modern pony cars.
Karl Brandt is another late-model Mustang Fordnatic, but his
deals more with road-course play, torque specs, emissions control, and
Speaking of road courses, the
Road Race &
Autocross Mustang List
is a mailing list dedicated to technical discussions of sanctioned road
racing and autocrossing of all model year Mustangs. The link above
also offers an archive of messages on the list.
is another web site devoted to late model Mustangs.
Want to drop a fuel-injected 5.0 and 5-speed stick into your early
Rosehill Performance Parts
web page will show you how! Rosehill offers various parts that can
help your early Mustang move into the fuel-injected, disk-braked era.
For fast Fairmonts and other Fox body sleepers, check out Chris
page, and the
Phil Parcells has built a registry for owners of '67-'73 Mercury
Cougars. The aim of the registry is to help all Cougar owners learn
more about their cars. See the registry at the
Cougar Club of America Database Project,
and don't forget to check out the
Cougar Club site while you're
- Fans of the Fox-based Cougars of the '80s, and the T-bird based cats
from '89 to '97, will enjoy
You'll find a history of the Cougar, tech tips, a photo gallery, and a
buy/sell/swap area for Cougar parts. There's even coverage of the new
Taurus SHO owners and fans will want to visit the
SHOTimes FAQ page,
and subscribe to the
SHOtimes-L mailing list
Contour Enthusiasts Group
web site offers a horde of information for owners of Ford's recent
compact and its siblings the Mercury Mystique and (European) Ford
Mondeo. Don't miss the mailing list and forums if you own one of these
Here's a page for fans of the
'70-'77 Maverick and '71-77 Mercury Comet,
courtesy of Brent Peterson.
The folks at
are just plain crazy about big block powered Mercury Cyclones, crazy
enough to drag race them! Ready for an all-motor 12.41/111.54 pass?
Get your big-block quarter-mile fix here.
At long last, there is a Web page for fans of
The Thunderbird & Cougar Club of America
is devoted to the 1989-'97 Ford Thunderbird and Mercury Cougar, and the
1993-'98 Lincoln Mark VIII.
Fans of Ford's other bird, the Falcon, can hook up with other
Falconites at the
Falcon Club of America.
The AC Cobra Page
highlights Carroll Shelby's legendary roadster of the '60s.
Speaking of Shelby, the authoritative web site on the man and his cars
The Official Carroll Shelby
World Wide Web Site.
A contemporary to the Cobra, the Sunbeam Tiger, was another British
sports car with Ford V8 power. For authoritative Tiger info, see Bill
Rootes Group Depot,
a Northern California shop specializing in these cats, and
an organization of Tiger clubs around the world.
An alternative to the above is Dennis Fuller's
Automotive Mailing Lists Directory,
which indexes automotive mailing lists that have web pages.
Edmund's Automobile Buyer's Guides
are now on the Web! Look here first to get new car pricing information.
Fordnatics would not be the lively forum that it is without the efforts
of its many contributors. This page is my way of saying thanks to you!
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