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The 1989 Mercury Sable

Where do you go for great deals on the new ’89 Mercurys (Mercuries)?

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Spartan Lincoln-Mercury: “Don Jackson Talks About Honesty” (circa 1988)

The owner of an Atlanta-area Lincoln-Mercury dealership, talks about his business philosophy from the comfort of his favorite chair.

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Ford: “Japanese Import” (circa 1988)

There’s a new import in town, the Ford Taurus.

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Chuck Clancy Ford commercials (late 1980s-early 1990s)

Hey Folks, it’s Chuck Clancy of Chuck Clancy Ford!

Chuck Clancy of Chuck Clancy Ford extolls the virtues of shopping for a new or used car at his Cobb County dealership. He’s been telling us for YEARS how he’ll beat anybody’s advertised prices!

Hundreds of new and used cars about a mile south of the Big Chicken!

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Beaudry Ford: “Taking Atlanta By Storm” (circa 1992)

You never see commercials like these any more, advertising cars that are upwards of 5 years old at the time of airing! Once upon a time, we used to consider frugality to be a virtue, and you would see commercials for local dealerships advertising their USED car stock instead of corporate brands advertising their NEW lease options.

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Ken Block Tears Up Los Angeles In Custom 1965 Mustang

As part of Hoonigan’s Gymkhana driving series, professional driver Ken Block carved LA’s asphalt rivers in a custom 845hp, all-wheel-drive 1965 Ford Mustang.

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Ford Police Cruisers Now Tattle When Cops Drive Like Jerks

Who watches the Watchmen? Ford Motor Company, apparently.

Everyone’s seen a cop driving like a jerk: Double parking and blocking traffic. Cruising down the highway way beyond the speed limit, with no suspect to run down. Blatantly texting while driving. Pulling the old turn-on-the-siren-just-long-enough-to-run-the-red-light trick. And for anyone who’s fantasized about making a citizen’s arrest of one of their city’s finest, police departments soon will be able to track how their cops are driving, and when they’re behaving badly.

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