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I have a ‘98 Explorer Sport that has been all over the Northwest. She has over 336K on her and has had nothing done to her engine except regular maintenance and changing a valve cover gasket almost 200K ago.
Our 2 girls were involved in just about anything a kid could do and most of my trucks mileage was in a 5 year period. They were showing horses, in band, dancing, playing basketball, volleyball, tennis, and on several travel select teams for softball and soccer.
When it was time for my husband and I to buy them cars, we bought them Fords. They have been reliable and are now off to college with them.
My husband has a Ford truck, of course!
Thank you for building vehicles we can depend on in a time of disposable consumption.

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I have own Ford Cars and trucks for the pass 25 years and I am loyal to Ford.  I have seen a lot of motor homes out there with Ford 250s and 350s engine and in them.  What I am surprise that after all this time, with the baby boom market entering retirement ages Ford has not designed it's own Motor Home.  Everyone else seems to be cashing in on Ford Engines and designing motor homes using Ford parts, but Ford itself has not developed it own Motor Home Division.  With all them intelligent engineers and Auto designers you would think some one would design a economy price Motor Home for the average family of 4 or 5 people.  It would be a new market to consider.  -  Richard Rivera
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