A special car requires special service, or so Ford dealers are finding out. Not every dealer will have the privilege of handling the upcoming $400,000 Ford GT. Those interested in servicing Ford's supercar will need to spend at least $30,000 in service center upgrades. That's according to a dealer document obtained by All Ford Mustangs. The document lists a number of changes dealers must make.
Ford and the United Auto Workers now have a tentative agreement for a new contract. The union's National Ford Council of local leaders will vote whether to accept the bargain in Detroit on November 9. If successful, the UAW will then release full details on the deal and will send the proposed offer to members for their endorsement. The UAW won't release any specifics about the tentative
Baseball season is almost upon us, as spring training ends and the regular season gets into swing this weekend. So (at the risk of confusing our sports metaphors) to kick things off, Ford is introducing the F-150 MVP Edition. The special model pickup is all about Kansas City, where Ford has built the F-150 since 1957 and which returns to Major League Baseball this season as the defending
Ford certainly caught our attention when it unveiled its new F-150 Raptor at the Detroit Auto Show this past January. And that was no simple feat for the truck's part, considering it appeared alongside the new Ford GT and Mustang GT350R. But until the new Raptor is ready for us to drive and buy, it might as well be a concept car... er, truck. Here, however, we have photographic proof that the new