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And again, as with most years since WWII...the Ford F150 is the best selling vehicle in the U.S. Wow! What a comeback.
Now that Obama illegally has given GM to his union cronies (while robbing the legitimate bond holders) many people not only do not trust GM but are disgusted with them and won't by their cars. We hear GM called "government motors" all the time.
I personally will never buy a GM car, because I will not support the extremist destructive liberal vision for our nation.
Skippy836...Are you really allowed to vote..??
Glad to hear Ford is doing fine; Even along with GM and FIAT Chrysler(don't care as much). But,
We drive Chebby usually...Invest in Ford(F).
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