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    Not only that, but its contextually relevant as well, so if the subject of the post is "Ford", then that's what you're going to see. Clicking on them every now and again will only cost them a couple of bux every now and again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakranij View Post
    LOL.... Closet ford person...... right.... If I was going to leave my GM for some other car manufacturer it would be a company like Toyota who will agree to warranty everything while "I" own the vehicle...... including the transmission so I don't have to spend $3000 that should not fall apart at less than 400,000 miles.... (4L60E is a piece of crap).

    But no, no Ford.... A ford would require a transmission rebuild at every 50,000.
    You mean new motor every 70k and new altnator every 30k and that's if and electrical fire doesn't burn it all up
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  3. #13


    Quote Originally Posted by ahmitchell1 View Post
    You mean new motor every 70k and new altnator every 30k and that's if and electrical fire doesn't burn it all up

  4. #14


    I saw an Expedition go up in flames a few years back in a parking lot. While unfortunate for the owner, the sight itself was intriguing. I'm not saying it was cool, but it was the only car fire I had ever seen at the time.
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  5. #15


    I've only had one car catch fire on me but it was a ruptured fuel cell and it wasn't funny one bit

  6. #16


    Yes, when you are driving the car that catches fire, it is not funny. But it is interesting when you see it happen. I saw one catch on fire on 40 near wade avenue a few years ago. I forgot what it was though.

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