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1967 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible on 2040-cars

US $5,000.00
Year:1967 Mileage:99999
Location:

Irvine, California, United States

Irvine, California, United States

Running V8 Automatic with lots of original parts.  This is California vehicle that has survived almost 50 years.  Brand new (4) whitewall tires.  The interior needs to be redone.  I can point you to where to buy an entire kit.  It is truly hard for me to give in to my wife and sell this car but she wants a SUV.  You just don't see many Galaxie 500 around anymore, especially a red convertible like this.  Once you complete the project, you will make three times what you can buy it for now or keep it enjoy.  NOTE:  The mileage is unknown.  I entered a number because Ebay requires it.  Buyer is responsible for shipping but I will cooperate and assist anyway I can.  Don't be afraid to make a decent offer.  Thanks for looking.

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How the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor became a reality

Wed, 01 May 2013 19:57:00 EST

The camouflaged Ford F-150 SVT Raptor prototype captured above blazing its way across the desert during a test run left company engineers giggling in amazement, reveals Jamal Hameedi in a new Autoweek video. Ford's global performance vehicle chief engineer, accompanied by senior exterior designer Bruce Williams, sat down with the publication to discuss the concept and development of the automaker's super off-road F-150.
Designing a high-performance pickup in 2008, right when the cost of gasoline was going through the roof, seemed insane at the time, but the team pushed forward with the innovative vehicle regardless. The interview includes plenty of Ford B-roll footage as visual candy, and the conversations include discussions about exterior design, ride comfort, anti-lock brake tuning, suspension engineering, weight reduction and why it was necessary to make the Raptor visually different than Ford's standard F-150. The model's origin story is very interesting, and you can learn more about it by watching the video below.

Bill Ford wins National Pond Hockey Championship with employees

Tue, 11 Feb 2014 15:43:00 EST

Who says executives aren't people? This past weekend, Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, and a group of employees trekked up to Eagle River, WI for a few games of pond hockey. Team Ford took part in the 2014 Labatt Blue/USA Pond Hockey Championship, capturing its fifth title in the 50+ Tier 1 Division.
"It feels great to win," Ford, who plays on the team alongside other Ford employees, told the USA Hockey website. "It was fun to play [River Valley Pioneers] because they're great guys and we play them every year. We finally beat them, which we were due. It was a very clean game, a tough game."
The FoMoCo team managed to score seven goals to River Valley's two, and went undefeated in all five of its games during the tourney. Take a look below for the official press release on Team Ford's win.

Ford paying $750 million just to close plant in Belgium

Thu, 21 Mar 2013 10:15:00 EST

According to a report from Reuters, Ford is shelling out $750 million in a severance deal that will see the automaker close its facility in Genk, Belgium. The automaker reached this deal with the 4,000 hourly workers employed at the plant last week, which means the company will pay out an average of $187,500 per worker.
Ford is still negotiating with the 300 salaried workers at the factory, which currently produces the Mondeo sedan. All told, Ford expects to lose around $2 billion in Europe thanks in no small part to the region's ongoing economic downturn, and two more plants are scheduled to be shut down in Europe this year. The company will log its $750 million payout under "special items" for this quarter.
As you may recall, Ford took a similar path in the US back in 2009 when the domestic market took a spill. Back then, the company shelled out around $50,000 per employee with at least one year of experience, plus either $25,000 toward a new car or an extra cash payment of $20,000. It would seem the cost of closing plants in Belgium is a much harder pill to swallow than in the States...