A Ford Family

My father bought our first Ford in 1952, an F-6 two ton truck. He bought a second shortly after, an F-7 two and one half ton “Big Job.” Dad was in the wholesale grocery business. Both trucks carried 12 ton every day. We’ve been driving Fords ever since. Our first ford car was a 1953 Customline with the flathead V-8 and Fordomatic. I currently have a Mustang convertible, an Expedition and a Mercury Mountaineer. My kids and most of my relatives drive fords.

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With the news recently that Ford is or could be working with different partners to develop infotainment systems for future products, it would be great if there was a migration path to the new system, when/if available it could be offered as a software or hardware upgrade to current MyFord Touch owners. Having a migration path away from the Microsoft based solution would be great because it could help lower maintenance costs in the future & give customers (especially loyal ones such as myself) an option to stay in the Ford family. Thanks!
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