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(5) See page 21 of the “Caravan” at the bottom of this post.

For information on your Ford E-Type, see the Ford Motor Company website at www.fremont.com . [1] See page 20 of that magazine article called “Ford E-Type Car Sales and Service” at www.fremont.com/news.
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1 The Ford Motor Company, “Ford E-Type, ‘Mercedes Benz’ and Other Ford-Gemborghini Cars,” Ford Motor News, May 30, 1993, pp. 39-39.

2 A.P. Kessel (2007), Cars of Triumph, Detroit, Michigan: The True Story of Ford & General Motors Corp. (forthcoming). [2] See also A.P. Kessel (2007), G.E.B. Ford and General Motors (forthcoming). [3] Ford Motor (Ford) and General Motors Motors, “Ford E-Type Car Sales and Service,” May 29, 2003, p. 3.

3 (a) See article by J.J. Rauch, “Sustainable Cars: Making Cars Better, And Being Good,” New America, December 11, 2001.

4 See article by Pia N