I thought I’d share my story, since I am an owner of three Ford cars currently. I bought my first Ford, a 1969 Mercury Cougar, in the summer of 1985 when I was 16. I still own it. I saved up for 5 months working at $3.35 an hour to buy the Cougar. That lasted me through high school and college, after which I lapsed and drove a 1986 Celica for 7 years.
In 2000, I bought a nice used 1997 Ford Thunderbird, which I still own and drive. It has almost 200,000 miles on it now and is still driving very well. In 2008, I decided to get another car, a new Mustang Pony Package, Vista Blue. It is the first new car I’ve ever owned. I planned on selling the Thunderbird, but I liked it so much, and it still ran so well, I decided to keep it and drive it to help keep the miles down on the new Mustang, so that’s what I have done.
So, there you go. That’s how you get three Fords. And honestly, I like them all so much, I don’t plan on getting rid of any of them soon.