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Ford Unveils New Car For Cash-Strapped Buyers: The 1993 Taurus

"An innovative concept vehicle that fits the needs of all Americans"

http://youtu.be/P8UtRNCztVI

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No offense intended Chris,

No offense intended Chris, but do have any affiliation with The Onion? Or are you just a big fan?

It's just one of the many fine news sources I consult daily...

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Don't feed the pandas. Ever.

Pretty funny

Though, funny as it may be, some countries do have these types of models.

For example, in Mexico, you can get a previous gen Jetta along side a current one.

-Campaign for Liberty-

I didn't realize it was only $650

Can't criticize that price. But heres the research I was curious about: List price in 1993 is $28000 (http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/oneyear/112_9503_1993_fo...). Adjusted for CPI about $44,000. Adjusting for shadowstats, the price should be between $75000-$110000.
However a 2013 Taurus lists at $38000. so $650 really good deal.

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A working battery

That is a real plus. Sure beats getting out there with the crank, especially on chilly winter mornings.

To be mean is never excusable, but there is some merit in knowing that one is; the most irreparable of vices is to do evil out of stupidity. - C.B.

Lol, one of the greatest innovations

One of the greatest innovations was adding the key switch activated Solenoid to the starter so that the foot pedal starter could be removed. In 2007 I saw an innovation introduced by Cummins Diesel Motor company that is way too much to explain here and now. Absolutely way behind it's time. Dodge did it first in the 50's.

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