What's your story?
Everybody's got one. But the stories that come from those who own a Ford just happen to be a little more interesting. Maybe we're partial, but we know what we like. And we like to hear from each other about our driving experiences. So we can laugh, learn, let it out, and... what else? You tell us.
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07.26.11
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I'd never even hatched the thought of owning another Ford after my last one blew up in my face (literally). I'd been following the path of GM for awhile, but with my recent job at Ford, I saw what a joy it would be to own another Ford vehicle, not to mention the bonus of being able to have it serv
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07.26.11
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I'd never even hatched the thought of owning another Ford after my last one blew up in my face (literally). I'd been following the path of GM for awhile, but with my recent job at Ford, I saw what a joy it would be to own another Ford vehicle, not to mention the bonus of being able to have it serv
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07.25.11
JUL
25
Waiting On Nmbr 50
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My Dad's first new Ford vehicle was a 1961 F-100. It was one of those unibody pickups; a longbed with the six cylinder and the three speed with the shifter on the column, light blue in color. He owned that truck for nearly forty years. He and my Mother bought several other new Fords while I was gro
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07.25.11
JUL
25
Waiting On Nmbr 50
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My Dad's first new Ford vehicle was a 1961 F-100. It was one of those unibody pickups; a longbed with the six cylinder and the three speed with the shifter on the column, light blue in color. He owned that truck for nearly forty years. He and my Mother bought several other new Fords while I was gro
07.25.11
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25
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As a child my family lived in Derry, NH while my Grandfather was still alive in Hollis, NH. We would regularly visit, traveling down RT101A in Nashua. At the time (this was the early 1980s) Coca Cola had a plant on RT101A. It was on one of those regular trips that I was introduced to the 1965 Musta
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07.23.11
JUL
23
Resurrection
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My mother bought this 69 coupe for me June 12, 1981 for my 16th birthday, I drove her faithfully until 1994. My husband and I have been slowly restoring her back to the way she looked on the day I got her. She was originally Meadowlark yellow but the second owner had her painted maroon with a white
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07.23.11
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I was almost disowned by my father wen I bought my 2006 Mustang GT a few years back. You see, Our family has been a 'Vette family since 1963. MY dad had a '63 split window coupe, sidepipes, 327 four speed that would bark every gear. It was a nice sportster. He then got a '69 327 and the final one
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I love Mustangs! Thats the only kind of car I have owned since I was 18 years old and I am now 37. The only person I know who loves these cars more than I do is my older Brother. He inadvertently got me liking Mustang because he loved them so much. In fact he loved them so much he has made them a ho
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In 2004 my wife became focused on the release of the newly designed Mustang set to be released in 2005. The research began and I too soon became not only captivated but obsessed on this new vehicle. Our first surprise was assuming the base black V6 would suffice, and although fun to drive, our sec
07.23.11
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My grandfather worked at the Milpitas Ford plant for over 30 years. He told me all the stories about working there and building Mustangs. When I turned 16 I got a '68 Mustang that was built at that plant. My grandfather never saw my restomod I built but he would be proud. The Mustang is gone but th
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