What if Ford sold its cool European cars here in the U.S.? Video
What if Ford sold its cool European cars here in the U.S.? Video Transcript
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>> What if Ford sold its cool European cars here in the U.S.? I could actually believe James Bond would rent one. A Taurus would once again conger up malt liquor that way it should. Huh, Toyota's dry-cleaning bill would soar. I'd have to get Botox to iron out those cringe lines around my eyes from every time I rented a Ford. And what would Ford do with all those leftover sport tracs? I guess Home Depot could sell them as compost bins; no too ugly for that. ^M00:00:36 [ Music ] ^M00:00:37
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