In 1932, Henry Ford introduced the most cost-effective V-8 engine ever produced to the American market. Since that time, the early Ford V-8 vehicles have become prized possessions of collectors everywhere. Joe Floyd is one such collector. In 2017, Joe decided to donate his collection of 17 1936 Ford cars to the Early Ford V-8 Museum in Auburn, Indiana — a space that honors the history of these groundbreaking vehicles.
“When I was getting ready to retire, my wife asked me, well what are you going to do? Well, I said, I’ve always liked working on old Fords. Maybe I’ll do something with that.”