2018-2019 Goodguys 1969 Ford GRT-100 Giveaway.
Win a 1969 Ford GRT-100 Truck!
Utilizing a custom chassis from Scott’s Hotrods & Custom, paired with a set of JRI hydraulic over coil shocks and springs, the ’69 Ford GRT-100 now has the aggressive look and stance it deserved. Under the hood for ultimate performance, the team turned towards Roush Performance to develop a 5.0L SR Coyote engine. Add to that the other fantastic components of this truck—a 6-speed TREMEC transmission, a Centerforce clutch, BF Goodrich tires, 18″ US Mags and so much more.
A simple entry form for this Ford contest.
- Single entry
- Open to Canadian and USA
- Excludes Quebec
- Age of majority
- Valid Driver’s License is required
**This contest is brought to you by Goodguys.
The winner shall be responsible for accepting the contest prize “AS IS” and to drive or transport the award from the 22nd Goodguys PPG Nationals (on or about July 14, 2019) in Columbus, Ohio.
This Ford contest ends June 4, 2019
About Ford Motor Company
Ford Motor Company of Canada was founded back in 1904 for the sole purpose of selling automobiles to the British Empire and, of course, in Canada. It was initially known back then as Wagon Works in Walkerville, Ontario ( now is Windsor Ontario).
The Founder was a Mr. Gordon McGregor, who helped found a group of investors to start producing.
The Ford Motor Company of Canada was not a subsidiary or a branch plant of Ford Motor Company – instead, it was a separate organization altogether.
Model C was the first car to be produced in Canada in the autumn of 1904. The first year it only produced 110 vehicles.
Car Sales grew after World War Twp. The new Canadian assembly was opened in Oakville, Ontario, and then in 1967 opened up another plant in Talbotville, Ontario.
In the 1970’s Ford was the largest company in Canada,