ALLEN PARK, MI – A down economy is not dissuading Ford Motor Co. from supporting diehard performance enthusiasts, as the auto maker rolls out a plethora of modified vehicles at the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. show in Las Vegas this week. In all, Ford is showing 43 vehicles and 11 engines at SEMA, an annual event dedicated to the estimated $31.8 billion automotive aftermarket industry. The auto maker supplied the majority of the show cars to various aftermarket shops, which were ...
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