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Dec 31, 2013 7:44AM
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 Here's to the greatest American company in the world. Especially the T-bird.

Dec 31, 2013 2:32PM
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I will never forget my 1957 ford.  At 70 yrs old I still dream of it all the time.  Also owned 2 F150's. Bought each brand new and owned each for 15+ years!  Loved those trucks!  Miss them each and every day.  My plan now is for me and my grandson to 'sneek" away from grandma on a Saturday this spring and buy a new F150 for summer fun!
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Here's a product idea for you FORD.

Build a Henry Ford signature "Any Color" series of every model. All only available in black, bare bones basics, no fancy frills, basic interior, no AC, just power brakes, power steering and what ever is Federally mandated. A vehicle that the average schmo can afford (just like Henry intended). Start production at two of each model series for every dealership and go from there.

I think they would do well.

Jan 2, 2014 2:33PM
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And the Ranger....have an '86 I bought new in Oct. '86 270,000 miles, been thru 3 teenage boys, and still have yet to do more than regular maintenance..... it sets alot, but dosen't matter, it still starts first crank everytime......
Jan 2, 2014 2:14PM
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Still driving my '55 T'Bird, but I must be getting old because I much prefer my '95 Grand Marquis.  Can't believe that the Crown Vic/Grand Marquis didn't make the list.
Dec 31, 2013 11:53AM
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What about the Lincoln Continental? That redefined American luxury. And the first generation Focus? Defining American quality in a competitive market. And the Fiesta ST (Top Gear Car of the Year?) And if we are talking about cars that "shaped" Ford, why not the Pinto? That disaster shaped Ford into making better, more thought out cars.
Jan 2, 2014 2:40PM
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Really?  You forgot the Maverick and it's Mercury Comet counter-part, Ford's idea to keep cars affordable for the average Joe!  The 1969 1/2 cost $1,999!  I still have a 1974 6 cyl sitting in the driveway-runs great! 
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P71 crown vic all things considered its a great car.
Jan 1, 2014 4:56AM
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OK, seriously.  Yes, the GT40 defined Ford racing at Lemans.  But, you show a Ford GT, not a GT40.  Not sure I'd call the GT a game changer.  The GT40 did more for Ford than the GT ever did.  And you included the F-150 Lightening?  No.  Not in any way a car that shaped Ford.  How about the Ford quadricycle, the Continental, and even the Ford escort?  Not a fan of the Escort, but it's Ford's all time best seller behind the F-150.
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