Engine:2.0L 121Cu. In. l4 GAS DOHC Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Dealer
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: ZX4 Sedan 4-Door
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: FWD
Power Options: Air Conditioning
Exterior Color: Tan
Interior Color: Tan
2005 Ford Focus ZX4 ONLY 31,672 miles
The perfect car for your Son or Daughter to take back to college !
Dual Remote Mirrors
Rear Window Defogger
AM/FM Stereo with CD player
With proof of insurance we can issue to the winning bidder a 20 day temporary license plate so you can drive it home legally. The vehicle is available for inspection by appointment in Lyndhurst, NJ (5 min from Giants Stadium) call 201-531-8700 if you need any add'l photos or have any questions
PLEASE serious bidders only! this is a low starting price with NO RESERVE. I require a $500 deposit within 48 hours and the balance by certified check or approved loan check or cashiers check only. The vehicle must picked up within 10 days
Call us Prior to bidding if you have any questions about the car.
IF YOU DO NOT INTEND TO PURCHASE THE VEHICLE, DO NOT BID ON THE VEHICLE: Once you place a bid on the vehicle described throughout this ad, you are entering a legal and binding contract to purchase this vehicle.
This vehicle is being sold as is Cosmetically and Mechanically.
If there are questions as to the condition of the vehicle please CALL BEFORE BIDDING
New Jersey buyers will be charged 7% sales tax, all others will pay sales tax in the state where they intend to register.
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Auto blogTue, 16 Sep 2014 17:46:00 EST
Let's get this unfortunate though important tidbit out of the way right off the bat: The Ford S-Max isn't sold in the United States, and it's not coming here, at least not anytime soon. And so it's with our European friends in mind that we share this information about the next-gen S-Max (previewed about a year ago in concept form) that is set to debut all across Europe next year and will be shown off at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. Now, moving on...
As with the first-gen S-Max, the new model will boast seating for seven passengers, along with a decent amount of storage space, all packed into a relatively reasonably sized package. Powering the front wheels (or optionally all four) will be the buyer's choice of EcoBoost gasoline-turbocharged or turbo-diesel four-cylinder engines along with automatic and manual transmission options. Included in the mix is a new 1.5-liter EcoBoost with 160 horsepower, though the 240-horse 2.0 is likely to be seen as the headliner.
There are all kinds of new technologies on offer, ranging from Adaptive Steering to Dynamic LED Headlamps with Glare-Free Highbeams, and it's all housed inside new, more sleekly designed bodywork riding atop a chassis with new suspension architecture designed to make the S-Max a people-hauler that's still fun to drive. For all the details, we suggest you scroll down below to read through Ford's official press release.
The changes happening at the Petersen Museum have been making the rounds in major press, but it probably won't be until August 18, during Pebble Beach, when we get the full story on what's happening; that's where and when museum reps plan on announcing the way forward for the SoCal institution. In the meantime, the museum is still reorganizing its collection, and that means auctioning some of its showpieces at this weekend's Auctions America event in Burbank.
Three of the stars are a 1964 Shelby Cobra 289, one of less than 20 produced with a three-speed C-4 automatic transmission, a 1960 Mercedes-Benz 300SL owned by actor Robert Stack and the last 1948 Ford Sportsman 'Woodie' ever produced. The Cobra, now restored to its original white exterior and red leather interior, was a factory demonstrator that first sold for $5,250. Showing just 38,950 miles on the odometer, its pre-sale estimate is $800,000 to $1 million.
The 300SL is actually a 1957 model but wasn't titled until Robert Stack took possession in 1960. The lead actor in the The Untouchables TV series used to drive by the Sunset Boulevard Mercedes dealership to ogle the car, but couldn't justify spending the money to buy it. When he and the producer of The Untouchables won Emmys for the show, the producer, who happened to be Desi Arnaz, bought the car for Stack. He owned it his whole life, it has been left as Stack drove it and still bears the California license plate "UNTCHBL."
William Clay Ford, retired vice chairman of Ford Motor Company and the last surviving grandchild of company founder Henry Ford, died this morning after a bout with pneumonia. He was 88.
Ford spent 57 years with his grandfather's company, joining the board of directors in 1948 before graduating from college. Ford also held a position as chairman of the design committee, as well as the chairman of the executive committee and vice chairman of the Board of Directors during his tenure with the company. In a 2013 Detroit Free Press story, retired CFO Allan Gilmour said Ford had an eye for design, and was once able to pick out when a fiberglass model of a Ford Contour was asymmetrical, off by an inch on one side. He retired and assumed the position of director emeritus in 2005.
"My father was a great business leader and humanitarian who dedicated his life to the company and the community," said Bill Ford, Jr., Ford's current executive chairman. "He also was a wonderful family man, a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him, yet he will continue to inspire us all."