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    by Published on 03-11-2011 05:29 PM  Number of Views: 9320 
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    From 1969 until 1970 ford produced a high performance variant of the Mustang called the Boss. That car wasn’t born a legend, rather that is a title it earned in racing circles across the country. It can be said that this was the Mustang’s first foray as a street legal version of their Trans Am dominating racecar. Ford’s 2012 Boss 302 Mustang sets the stage for a repeat performance.

    After the success of the original Boss, it would not be until decades later that Ford would try to produce street legal racecars again. In 1993, 1995 and 2000 the SVT Cobra R hit the streets as Ford’s street legal factory racecars. These exclusive cars were available only to licensed racecar drivers (with the exception of the 2000 Cobra R which was available to whomever had the appropriate balance in their checking account.) Low production numbers kept these cars out ...
    by Published on 03-02-2011 08:19 AM  Number of Views: 8293 
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    2012 Ford Focus – Blurring small car expectations

    Bokeh is a photographic term originating from Japan, which means “blur quality.” A picture of a sharp subject with a blurred background is just such an example. It is a technique photographers use to make their subject stand out from the rest of the photograph. Perhaps Ford should have considered “Bokeh” as a potential name for the 2012 Ford Focus because for such a sharp looking car, it certainly blurs the perception of what a small car represents.

    The 2012 Focus proves that fuel economy and fun are not mutually exclusive. It also proves that an affordable car need not be devoid of features and amenities. From its bold, sporty exterior design to its tenacious grip and respectable acceleration it defies conventional econobox expectations.
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    by Published on 12-17-2010 04:09 AM  Number of Views: 4781 
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    As they increase their domination of the manufacturing sector, the Chinese will soon be making cars for the American market. While their arrival into the U.S. Market is inevitable, the question is whether they will be able to improve their quality enough to the demands of mature auto markets.

    For the past few years Chinese car companies have hawked their wares at various American auto shows. One such company, Build Your Dreams Automotive, displayed their current offerings at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. If their showpieces are any indication of current Chinese automotive capabilities, established auto manufacturers have little to worry about except trademark and patent infringements.
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