huntnh, I hope you remember that Henry Ford is dead too. In 1939 when WWII erupted Henry Ford was against the war and did nothing to offer help to the U.S. it was mid 1941 when he (because of embarrassment on his failing to act sooner) decided to help out.
In July 1938, prior to the outbreak of war, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner.
Awards kind of make ya wonder!!!
Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the outcome of the vote.
my post was purely biased. I love chevys and have had nothing EVER go wrong with them (knock on wood). Dodge on the other hand, I know alot of ppl who own them and have good luck with them--not me though. I do like ford as well, but many of their trucks are getting to flashy. Too much chrome and too much City-boy style.
I literally laughed last year at the Ford commercial for the new F-150 last year when they introduced the new "step up tail-gate"... If you haven't seen that it's hilarious! It just looks funny to me, to have a step come out, but then also a hand rail! I thought it was a joke.... What ever happened to steppin' up on the bummer and jumpin' in your ol' truck!?!?!?!
Now that's one reason why I bought myself a ten year old truck and it was a Ford F-150. The truck now has 206,000 miles on it and all I've had to do with it would fall under the label of "routine" maintenance. Stuff tends to wear out after 150,000 miles or so and I've spent very little time & $$ on my truck in keeping it running.