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Sloan Ford would like to say a big THANK YOU to all of the veterans of the United States military who have sacrificed so much for our country. Happy Veterans Day! #VeteransDay2018
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Did you know the first time Ford used the Ranger name it was actually on an Edsel? The Ranger name was applied in 1965 and used in the F-Series until 1982.
Bonus: Look out for the 2019 Ford Ranger, coming soon!
#FordFriday #F1Nifty
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From everyone here at Sloan Ford, we wish you and your family a safe and happy Labor Day! Thank you for always working hard! #HappyLaborDay
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We would like to recognize and thank the people who work hard every single day to make better lives for themselves and their families.
This Labor Day Weekend, be sure to thank the #HardestWorking person you know!
http://bit.ly/2N5pQTH

Who Is the Hardest-Working Person You Know? | Go Further | Ford
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Did you know that Sam Walton, founder of Walmart, drove the same 1979 Ford F-150 every day? He continued driving this vehicle until he passed in 1992.
#FordF1Nifty #FordFriday
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Did you know that the 2018 Ford F-150 comes in a variety of colors including Blue Jean Metallic, Race Red, Ruby Red Metallic, Shadow Black, and Ignot Silver!?!
Which color would you choose?
#FordFriday #F1Nifty
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Have you ever seen an F-100 from 1961-1963? They were created with a "unibody" design where the cab and the bed were one piece. In 1964, Ford returned to a separate cab/bed design.
#FordF1Nifty #FordFriday
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F Series Naming Timeline:
1948: F-1
1953: F-100
1975: F-150
#FordFriday #F1Nifty
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While 4WD is a standard feature on today's F-150s, did you know that it was not always this way? The F-series did not actually offer 4WD until it came equipped on the F-100 in 1959!
#FordFriday #F1Nifty
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After observing the amount of campers of drove pickup trucks, Ford set up the F-series truck to hold a camper in the mid-1960s. With its stronger suspension, the F-150 had no trouble handling the extra weight! #F1Nifty #FordFriday
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