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I retired from dearborn stamping plt.in 2007.I was a salvage repairman assigend to the hood line.Back then they used welds to weld the inner&outer together,now they use rivets I moved to anderson,sc. 3 yrs,
.ago.the consumers I’ve talked to about their 150 truck are very pleased.thats why the 150 is no. 1 in their book.so keep up the good work ford motor co. oh yeah I worked 40yrs. truly yours BOBBY ANDREWS

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I think we need a grass roots car and truck like henry himself would design. 2 vehicles the common minimum wage people can afford. It does not have to be fancy just a vehicle to take you from A to B. A car with window cranks, manual locks, 4 cylinder, auto or 5 speed transmission, ac, am/fm radio with input jack, cloth seats. A truck with all the same options except a small v8 for work applications. I am saying a basic vehicle around $10,000 mark for the people. I have had my Ford F-150 since 1998 and still is my daily driver. 
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