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Looking for the most extraordinary Ford stories.

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My company has been asked by Ford to find great stories within the Ford universe. That could mean a road trip story, a first car story, or something even more unexpected. For example there was a guy with a monster truck whose neighborhood was flooded during a storm. The water kept rising but no one came to help so he headed out in his truck to get people out of their homes.

Maybe you chased your fiancee across the country in your Ford muscle car, or something unexpected happened driving through the mountains in your Explorer, or maybe you`re living out of your Ford Econoline. If you have a story, or someone you know might, we want to hear it. Feel free to message me your stories and possibly get into further contact. Thank you!
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Re: Looking for the most extraordinary Ford stories.

Driving in my 63.5 Galaxie with my 12 year old son. Stopped at a stoplight and a guy pulls up on a Harley motorcycle with this hot blonde on the back.
He yells "Hey man, I'll trade ya straight up."
I said, "Fine, but you have to make sure he does his homework."

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Re: Looking for the most extraordinary Ford stories.

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Driving in my 63.5 Galaxie with my 12 year old son. Stopped at a stoplight and a guy pulls up on a Harley motorcycle with this hot blonde on the back.
He yells "Hey man, I'll trade ya straight up."
I said, "Fine, but you have to make sure he does his homework."
ROTFLMAO!
Great one DeepRoots.

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Could write a book on 69 GT350 I purchased new
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Re: Looking for the most extraordinary Ford stories.

Not really that weird, but my first car, a 1953 Ford 4dr flathead V8 manual shift, didn't have a factory heater, and, it wasn't the low cost model.

Previous owner added an electric heater hanging down under the dash on the passenger side. I had to lean over to turn the heat on. Couldn't reach it while driving.
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