Are you a Ford fan or a Chevy devotee? Whichever you choose, there's no doubt that passions run high between the two camps!
In November of 1911, Louis Chevrolet and his investors founded the Chevrolet Motor Company, but it wasn't until two years later that auto manufacturing was changed forever.
On December 1, 1913, Henry Ford (founder of Ford Motor Company) started up the first moving assembly line. That day changed history forever by efficiently improving the speed with which auto manufacturers produce vehicles. And most still use the process today.
After more than a century, many Americans find themselves in one of the country's most hotly contested debates. Are you "Ford Tough" or like Chevy, do you "run deep"? Do you like to fly down the highway in a Camaro or are you more of a Mustang person? Through the decades, these two manufacturers have put it all on the line and fought head-to-head to outproduce and outperform each other.
It's one thing to be a Ford or Chevy person, but it's another to be able to distinguish which vehicle was manufactured by which company — and it's not always that easy.
So, do you consider yourself an expert on two of the country's biggest auto manufacturers? It's time to test your auto skills and see if you have what it takes to figure out if these vehicles are Ford or Chevy.