Ford's Leadership and Financial Situation Effect On Bronco

Carmaker1

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The first high volume vehicles were multipurpose. The breakthrough Model T was a pickup, wagon, etc. I think the era of sedans is over, and if something similar comes back it will be to fill the econo-car slot.
Exactly, multipurpose. They were very tall, until the low and sleek look took over in the 1950s and '60s.
 

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good Lord. bet mustang numbers look like that too. frickin ridiculous. I bought a base model F-150 for 16.5k in 2002. now you need 30, pay certainly hasn't increased that much since then. damn 250s used to cost in the 20s, 40s for fully loaded. now you can option a 250 out for over 80.
$16.5k in 2002 vs $30k in 2020... That's an increase of 3.4% per year. Not too bad. Plus the 2020 version is so much nicer.
 

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Not everyone likes "Twiggies" anyway. Being slightly heavier is not all bad.

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HAHA X2 !!!!! :like: more cushion for the pushin' Third from the left:shock: but I wouldn't kick none of 'em 'outta bed for eatin' crackers.
 

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