America's love affair with the automobile burned a bit brighter in mid-June.
Ford Motor Co., the company that put America on wheels, observed its 100th birthday in Dearborn, Mich., June 12-16.
With Model T's, monster trucks and plant tours, the event celebrated the bond between Americans and Ford vehicles.
Nearly 3,000 miles from the starting point in Lancaster, Calif., the Model T tour arrives at historic Greenfield Village in Dearborn.
|Big Foot is flying high in the monster truck competition.|
|Cookie Cummings from Lagrangeville, N.Y., finds her dream car.|
|Looking over the new Dearborn pickup plant are Wesley and Lauri Secrest and their children, Dylan, Austin, Amber and Blake.|
|Toby Keith sings country music.|
|The fireworks display marks the beginning of Ford's next 100 years.|