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Every morning when I open my door and face my garage I see a 66 Fastback Mustang and a 2011 GT younger brother. I simply cannot refrain a laugh of pure joy. I am very thankful to Ford for this.

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Oz Wow this us great!!! I got the 11 GT and hope to get my hands on a 67 fastback!!! But the 11 GT is enough to put a smile on my face right now! Just give me an excuse and I'll get on that beast!!! 4 months down and I'm at 8000 miles already!!!
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Jorge Figueiredo You are living the dream of many men and women!!! Some Dream of a Classic Mustang, others a brand new one YOU HAVE BOTH, Great congratulaions!!!
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José Restini This is my garage! I cannot believe that it is in the first page of Ford's website today! This is unbelievable! I live in Brazil, in a city called Ribeirao Preto, in the state of Sao Paulo. It is particularly joyful to be able to have and maintain these two here. Thanks again, Ford!!!!!!!
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José Restini Man I love these two cars.
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Reagan Stowell I'll trade you a Dodge Caravan for either of them.
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Ashley Goode Smiley Face!!
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Ford Engineers really need to do a better job designing the 3rd Row Power Fold Seats with a locking mechanism. This has happened to me to many times and when I called Ford to comment I was told I was the first to bring this up.  Below are a few comments from a recent Ford Explorer forum...  I sure wish Ford had installed a switch that disables the 3rd row seat control. I had ours packed for a trip and when I was moving an item it bumped the seat controls and caused the seat to try and fold up on the cargo. Not a happy situation! That's funny- I was thinking exactly the same thing last weekend. We were on our way to the lake and I had a car full of family plus 2 friends for the kids. The third row driver's side seat was flat for storage and filled with stuff, including a cooler full of food. We stopped on the way to fill two 5-gallon gas cans for the boat. As I was wiggling the second can into position, something bumped the seat switch and everything started to move. You can imagine the brief, "Oh, #$%@!" moment when I thought the gas can was going to get folded onto the kid sitting in the third row seat. Fortunately, the resistance sensor stopped the process but I was thinking two things: 1) Those switches need to be recessed and/or relocated. I've bumped them before. 2) I would like a master on/off switch for them. And a third thing pops into mind: If those switches were moved, maybe they could have a storage bin with a door in that panel- that would be great! Yesterday we had a car full of family (kids in the back) and I was moving some items around in the cargo area when I bumped the switch that caused the whole thing to try to collapse. Kids were in the back and the damn thing literally squished them up against the second seats... Tears, screaming all sorts of hell broke loose. Luckily I was able to grab the head rests as they were going over - and literally ripped the whole seat backwards and broke it off the mechanism. This is a big problem, and I demand to know what ford is going to do about it. If it was my wife and not me, who knows how the kids would have got out of there??? This has happened in the past with luggage, but now that kids are involved I think this is a recall issue - very poor design. I commend your ideas on an override switch, but that shouldn't be needed - how about the seats reverse when you simply push the opposite button for which it is trying to do a the time of the issue? Ridiculous and unacceptable engineering. I guess when they dumped Volvo all the safety minds left too huh?!
Needs a 3rd Row Power Seats Disabling / Locking Switch
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