Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb La Crosse-Area Truck Shoppers Can Now Get the Highly Capable 2020 Ford F-150 at Sleepy Hollow Ford 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The 2020 Ford F-150 offers robust engine options, off-road prowess and high towing and payload capacities. VIROQUA, Wis. (PRWEB) December 06, 2019 The Ford F-150 boasts a legacy of decades of domination of the large light duty pickup truck segment — and after all of these years, the legendary nameplate is still leading the way. There’s much to like about the 2020 Ford F-150, with its robust engine options, high-strength body structure, off-road prowess, high towing and payload capacities, a plethora of premium features and comfortable and … [Read more...] about La Crosse-Area Truck Shoppers Can Now Get the Highly Capable 2020 Ford F-150 at Sleepy Hollow Ford
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In the spring of 2004, Michael Gallahan was reflecting on the year 1941, the year of his birth. He decided to buy a car of the same vintage as himself and had only one caveat: It had to be a Ford. Any one of the 15 models manufactured that year would suffice, but Gallahan was hoping to find a sporty model. Ford built 691,896 cars in 1941. As his birth date of July 7 approached, Gallahan had found several 1941 Fords — all of which were wanting in one aspect or another — when he saw an ad in an antique car magazine offering a Super Deluxe business coupe for sale. A telephone conversation with the owner confirmed that the Ford sounded ideal. An excited Gallahan wanted to inspect the Ford quickly before some other buyer got there first. His request to visit was rejected by the seller because of a previous commitment. The owner and his wife were about to leave on a two-week vacation aboard a cruise ship. A disappointed Gallahan was certain he would lose out on the little … [Read more...] about 1941 Ford well-deserved sporty birthday gift to self
Trump is spouting while Ford and Tesla are shouting, but first: a cartoon about when data collection gets personal. Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here! Today’s News Trump's Ukraine server delusion is spreading. On a recent call to Fox and Friends, President Trump outlined his belief that after the DNC was hacked in 2016, the DNC gave a physical server to a Ukrainian cybersecurity company called Crowdstrike while refusing to let the FBI see it. All of this is demonstrably wrong. Crowdstrike is a company based in Sunnyvale, California; the company never took a physical copy of the server (as is standard practice); and it has been previously confirmed that the information it had about the hard drives was already handed over to the FBI. Tesla Cybertruck vs. Ford F-150: It's all about the friction. Over the weekend, Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted a video of his all-electric Tesla … [Read more...] about Trump’s Ukraine Delusion, Tesla’s Ford Showdown, and More News
By Hannah Elliott You probably saw the movie. When it debuted on Nov. 15, 'Ford v Ferrari' bested the box office and production-house projections by making $31.5 million worldwide; as of Dec. 1, it had made $143.3 million and counting. Audiences thrilled to Matt Damon and Christian Bale’s portrayal of Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles, respectively. The cannonball stunts and racing scenes on historic racetracks earned rave reviews. The real stars of the film, of course, are the cars. Especially the team of three Ford GT40s that prevailed during the 24 Hours of Le Mans race to break Ferrari’s winning streak. These were the special fire-breathing American-muscle V8 coupes that Shelby built in the early 1960s as a special project for Ford Motors’ racing program; they have since gone down in history as Ford and Shelby’s greatest feat. Vehicle Director Rob Johnson used lookalikes to portray them in the movie, which makes sense, considering that only 105 originals were … [Read more...] about Live your ‘Ford Vs Ferrari’ dream: Superformance GT40 offers the real-time experience, literally, at $180K
Never mind the gadgets and exotic locations – for fashion-lovers the greatest thrill over last week's first trailer for the new James Bond film was a glimpse of the wardrobe Daniel Craig will sport in No Time To Die. Any man hoping to emulate 007's style will need not only Craig's athletic physique but also more than £20,000 to spare. That would buy about 20 items identified so far, including three suits from designer Tom Ford, each costing more than £3,000, and shoes by Crockett & Jones, the long-established firm which has a Royal Warrant. Suited and booted: Daniel Craig's Bond costs £175 to emulate his bow tie and £3,250 if you want to snap up his suit Tailor-made: Connery's wardrobe cost close to £100 but will need £20,000 to keep up with Craig's wardrobe Perhaps the most eye-catching single item is the navy cable knit jumper by Mayfair-based cashmere label N Peal which Craig has been wearing in the first poster images and costs … [Read more...] about On her Majesty’s very stylish service: £3,200 Tom Ford suit, £5,200 Omega watch and a £400 jumper… if you want your other half to emulate the best-dressed James Bond, you’ll need a licence to print money!
Safety regulators want to fine Boeing $3.9 million, saying that the company installed wing parts on 133 planes even though it knew the parts were faulty. Boeing said Friday that all the affected planes in use have been inspected and fixed. A spokesman said the company is not aware of any incidents involving the parts. The Federal Aviation Administration said Boeing failed to oversee its suppliers. At issue are parts for Boeing 737s known as slat tracks, which sit at the front edge of a plane’s wings and guide the movement of panels called slats. The slats help give planes more lift during takeoffs and landings. The FAA said the tracks were made brittle during a process in which they received a coating of cadmium and titanium, and that suppliers notified Boeing of the problem. Boeing still submitted the planes for FAA flight approval even after deciding that the slat tracks “could not be used due to a failed strength test,” according to an FAA statement. In June, … [Read more...] about FAA seeks to fine Boeing $3.9 million for faulty jet parts