Ford eNews -- Oct. 31, 2012
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Ford takes center stage with the hottest stars in Vegas
Ford Mustang and F-Series pickups are officially the "Hottest Car and Truck" at the 2012 SEMA show in Las Vegas, with more Ford vehicles on display than any other car or truck – 70 in all, from classic 1930s hot rods to the newest products. The SEMA Award recognizes the most popular vehicles members of the Specialty Equipment Market Association feature in this weeklong trade show. more...
Mike Levine | email@example.com | 313.806.1741
Return of a legend: Iconic Ford Coupe body shell now available
One of the most cherished classic cars of the pre-World War II and hot rod era – the 1940 Ford Coupe – is the latest addition to Ford's growing stable of officially licensed all-steel reproduction car bodies. more...
Richard Truett | firstname.lastname@example.org | 313.323.7045
Ford, U of M researchers fight microbes in new vehicles
We can't see them, but we are surrounded by microorganisms that can have undesirable effects on the surfaces around us. Ford researchers have now found ways to reduce such microscopic organisms as mold and mildew in cars and trucks. more...
Alan Hall | email@example.com | 313.594.3744
Ford Police Interceptors sweep the competition
Ford's new Police Interceptor was best-in-class in this year's performance tests conducted by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The entire portfolio of Police Interceptor sedan and utility vehicles proved to the public and law enforcement industry that Ford delivers purpose-built police vehicles. more...
Amanda Zusman | firstname.lastname@example.org | 313.322.3132
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