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kylerohde
10/18/19
1:11 PM
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I mean, I love the V8 too but this sounds like a way to weigh more directly use their formula one technology in road cars, which is cool

10/9/19
7:03 PM
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We are going in circles but building a few more cars and selling them isn’t the same as competing. Until they announce they’re going back to Le Mans in a different class, it’s giving up, to me. I am a huge fan of Ford, if you haven’t figured that out by my user name, so not trying to troll or something.

10/9/19
1:47 PM
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Until they confirm the DPi or whatever future plan they have, ending a planned 6 year program is still giving up. Corvette is there year after year. Porsche is there year after year. Ford is not. That’s my point.

10/8/19
2:28 PM
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That has yet to be confirmed and it’s still basically giving up.

10/8/19
12:50 AM
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And what’s next if they’re not giving up?

10/3/19
12:49 AM
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I am an unabashed Ford fan but the way they are giving up on top level racing again is so frustrating when Chevy continues to back the Corvette and has for over 25 years now. 

10/3/19
12:48 AM
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Yeah... I don’t think anyone would say Ferraris, McLarens, or Shelby GT 350 Mustangs sound like four cylinders...

9/4/19
11:49 AM
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Just the Midwest? Every state has its great city(ies) and then a bunch of stuff only the people who live there could possibly care about. 

7/28/19
10:22 PM
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There was a story about the C8 having just this idea - GM has a patent on it apparently?

7/26/19
1:01 AM
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He’s talking about Sync w/ MyFordTouch, which was replaced by the current Sync 3 system in 2016/2017, depending on the model.

7/21/19
1:56 PM
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Also, there’s no such thing as a blown flat plane 5.4 either. There’s a n/a flat plane 5.2 and a blown normal crank 5.2 though...

7/17/19
2:36 PM
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It has occasionally happened but not in the past few years, and it’s GM’s prerogative to list their trucks separately.

6/23/19
10:29 PM
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There are companies doing complete restorations of them for 100K plus. Huge collectibility. 

6/20/19
1:52 PM
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As a consumer and somebody with a journalism degree, I get all the concerns about the blurred lines between editorial and advertising, especially want to comes to local news and the Sinclair things we’ve all seen happen the past couple years. Read more

6/6/19
4:51 PM
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Especially since that’s the very reason the WWII museum is there at all. It was originally the D-Day Museum and later expanded to encompass the whole war. It, and the WWI Museum in Kansas City, are both fabulous.

5/7/19
10:25 PM
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Just because it works in England doesn’t mean it will work here. English sports fans don’t have professional basketball, baseball, football, hockey 94 nearly as many other sports to use their entertainment dollars on if their soccer team sucks.

5/3/19
5:12 PM
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While you guys are overall right, the way we buy cars/the way dealers stock cars hasn’t helped, for the same reason white and silver are so popular as colors. Dealers buy vehicles equipped to appeal to as many people as possible so they don’t sit on their lots too long, which means no manuals except for enthusiast Read more