Take a look at this Ford Festiva in ‘Demon’ trim and try to tell me car companies don’t have a sense of humor.
It’s a Mazda Miata chained to a ranchero-ized Ford Festiva pickup for a round of tug of war. Who will win?
Joe Garden's 1992 Ford Festiva has tried to save him from disastrous relationships using its automatic seatbelts. It has schlepped stuff and friends around. It can do reverse donuts on gravel. It's kind of a piece of crap.
Some people drive inordinately large vehicles in order to compensate for shortcomings below the waist. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a customized Ford that will let everybody know that your name could easily be Hugh Johnson.
What can you do with a beater Festiva? We all know the answer to that question!
When you're inspecting cars fresh off the line, what do you look for? Well, if you're working at the Van Nuys plant building third-gen Camaros… well, no need to go there, eh?
Everyone seemed to like the Ford Festiva powered by a rear mounted Chevy V8 driving the front wheels. So here's the video. As expected, it features such knockout classics as front wheel reverse donuts and the ever- popular chocked wheel burnout till tire explosion. Just to spice things up, cabin smoke choking driver…
Most sane people who would consider swapping a V8 into Ford Festiva (an admittedly small subset) would make the switch to rear wheel drive. If you're going to do all that work, you might as well make it right wheel drive. One would also imagine such a swap would stay in the family, a Ford engine for a Ford Car, GM for…