New body shell lets fans build a 'new' 1967 Mustang convertible
The latest addition to the growing stable of classic Mustang bodies – the 1967 convertible – just might be the ultimate stocking stuffer this Christmas for restorers of America's favorite sports car. The 1967 convertible body shell, the newest officially licensed Ford Restoration part, is now available to order starting at $15,995. It is the fourth reproduction classic Mustang body available to restorers, joining the '65 convertible, '67 fastback and '69 fastback.
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Natural Balance Pet Foods, Ford team up for 'The World's Heaviest and Longest Float'
How do you power "The World's Heaviest and Longest Parade Float," according to the Guinness Book of World Records? With a mighty Ford 6.8-liter 10-cylinder gas engine. Natural Balance Pet Foods turned to Ford to propel its 116-foot, 50-ton Surf's Up! float that will debut on national television Jan. 2 in a famous parade in Pasadena, Calif. Starring Tillman the surfing bulldog and his athletic canine friends, the massive float will be driven by the same Built Ford Tough engine that powers Ford's best-selling F-Series Super Duty chassis cab work trucks, E-Series vans and 2012 F-650 medium duty truck. The engine is paired with a fuel-efficient Ford six-speed automatic transmission.
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Grab your one million Ford Facebook fans badge
When you think about something you might want one million of, fans might not be near the top of that list. But they are at Ford, and we're grateful for the more than one million people who have liked the Ford Motor Company Facebook page. To say thanks, there is a special One Million Ford Fans badge that you can download via the Facebook page. It's inspired by you – Ford owners, drivers, lovers, enthusiasts, lifers, makers, workers, believers and friends.
Scott Monty | firstname.lastname@example.org | 313.337.5466
Ford offers 10 safe winter driving tips
With winter officially here, and as drivers prepare for the height of the holiday travel season, Ford offers a top 10 list of driving safety do's and don'ts to help drivers and their families stay safe on the roads this season. Tips include keeping your gas tank at least half full at all times, preparing your car for an emergency and allowing extra time to brush snow and ice from your vehicle and headlights.
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