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youtube of Ford circa 1970s, planning to production

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gotta luv the good 'ol days

 


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"how ever they tell us. We listen"

I'd like to know when that changed to they'll listen to what ever the tell them, or better put "they'll buy what ever we sell them".

EDIT: Now that I've finished watching it. Still like to know the answer to the above, but overall an interesting video. As much as I like the nalstogia (sp?) I'd like to see the same video made with something better than a potato for a camera. I actually like the style of the video, but the picture quality is terrible. It's probably a copy of a worn out copy, a few times over, so I guess that's to be expected.
 
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Those old LTDs were such great looking cars. As was about everything during that era. I know everyone hates the 70s...but damn
 

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The 70’s was pretty much the end of originality in vehicle styling. Different makes of vehicles started looking similar to each other and bland in the 80’s and has not gotten much better since then.
 

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