8 Cars the Founding Fathers Would Be Proud Of

Ford Mustang


Similar to the Corvette, the Ford Mustang is an American icon: something that makes the world think about the United States. The Ford Mustang is the original V-8 Muscle car. Chevrolet and Dodge tried to copy it, but they could never quite capture the original magic. The Mustang is all about power in a reasonably priced package: something the founding fathers would have been proud of.

Maurice Volmeyer / Shutterstock.com
Maurice Volmeyer / Shutterstock.com

Ford F-150


Go anywhere in the United States and chances are you will see some type of F-series pick-up truck. A top pick among those who work in construction, the F-150 has been a marker of the economy’s health and helped to build this great nation of ours. An interesting fact about the F-150: last year, Ford sold two F-150s a minute.

Keith Bell / Shutterstock.com
Keith Bell / Shutterstock.com

Cadillac CTS


The founding fathers would be proud of the latest generation of Cadillac CTSs because the CTS is the car that’s leading the charge to return luxury automobiles to the standard of the world.

On its initial introduction, the CTS wasn’t really a stand-up and take notice type of car, but it was competent. Now in its third generation, the CTS is comparable to any car produced in Germany or Japan. Of course those cars aren’t quite as powerful as the CTS-V, which produces 640 break horse power.

The founding fathers would have loved this because it’s a classy American muscle car that proves we still know what we’re doing when we put our minds to it.

Jia Li / Shutterstock.com
Jia Li / Shutterstock.com
Page 2 of 3123