The last Ford I owned outright – and lived to tell the tale — was a 1972 Pinto. To me, at the time, it was a beauty, silver-grey with a thick black stripe along the rocker panels. I thought it was cool, but, in truth, I was an idiot to drive it. I was lucky it didn’t blow up when I was rear-ended at a stop sign by a distracted driver. Others weren’t so fortunate. Ford and other American car companies have come so, so far. For example, earlier this week at the Detroit Auto Show, Ford introduced its new…
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