This fascinating collection of films the Detroit vaults of Ford
provides a unique insight into the obsession with speed, performance and
success that has been a driving force in the development of the car since the first
Model T rolled off the production line.
‘Zero to Sixty’ is a breakneck trip through the first sixty,
or so, years of cars and motorsport in the United States. From early
competitions for ‘horseless carriages’ – including footage of the 1906
Vanderbilt Cup – to race action from the Indy 500 and Sebring in 1960.
‘Won for All’ is a must-see documentary for any motorsport
enthusiast or NASCAR fan; an incredible insight into the preparation and race
action from the 1963 Daytona 500. The film offers unprecedented
behind-the-scenes access to the build-up as legends like AJ Foyt and Dan Gurney
prepare for this all-American spectacular.
The collection concludes with ‘Hot Rod Galahads,’ an unusual
1952 profile of the teenage members of the Ramblers Road Club.
Unusually this gang of young gearheads take part in drag events sponsored by the