Shipping America’s favorite pickup: 1997 Ford F-150

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Ford has accomplished a lot in the last hundred years. Though their models come and go, one stays strong: the Ford F-Series. It has been the best-selling vehicle line in the US for over 20 years and the best-selling truck for over 30 years.

Now, let us take a detailed look at this unique pickup truck model. Together we will explore its history and how peoples’ needs, and technology advancements, shaped its design.

People nowadays have a skeptical stance towards newer models. ...

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The other life of Ford Falcon

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Unlike the classic car culture in the US, which mainly boils down to polishing your relic for a weekend drive or an occasional gathering with fellow enthusiasts, Argentines still get a lot of use out of their motor antiques.

In Argentina, it’s no rare sight to see a 1950s Ford pickup jalopy rattling along, hauling its cargo to some construction site. As you start paying attention, you may spot one too many Falcons parked in the streets. ...

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Some of the most popular cars shipped in 2019

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When we talk about great cars, we often focus on models that most people can never afford. While brands like Porsche present us with awesome vehicles, only a few people drive them. Because of that, we figured it would be interesting to put a different spin on the most popular cars.

As a vehicle shipping company, Corsia Logistics has a good glimpse of America’s daily drivers. Join us in seeing who wins the real popularity contest – have a glance at ...

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A car to remember: 1949 Ford Tudor Sedan

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History is flying so fast by us that sometimes we do not have enough time to appreciate its wonders. This applies doubly so to the world of cars. Nowadays they shift gears for us, park for us, and even pay attention to the road for us. But in the midst of that progress, we lose track of the unique characteristics of each vehicle. May this be due to the fact that there is no uniqueness left?

So I figured – why ...

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