Growing Up On Fords

My father has always drove Fords, except for that one time in 1955 (Belair), after the transmission went, never again…okay, that being said growing up on my father/uncle’s farm I got to see the progression of Ford trucks through the years in the early 60’s to now.  I know that if my father was alive today, he would love the new F 150’s.  My wife has the black 2013 and I have the white 2010.  Fords just make sense to me, I still have my father’s 1964 F100 and I still tinker with them to this day.  I know that as I age, I become more romantic about the past, but Ford’s to me are like an old friend.  Just like my love affair with Harley’s, it is all I known.  Now, there are those who may say I should expand my stable, but when a person finds something that works, why change.  Moreover, I do believe that the wife’s 2013 has to be the most nicest, quiet, comfortable, and powerful truck I have ever driven.  Thanks to all from the front office to the person putting these trucks together.  In this day and age it is nice to have a brand that I for one can believe in.  Thanks again, Ford keep up the good work.       

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