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    Ford Centennial Celebration - Slideshows on the verge

    Wouter and I have been working furiously on arranging all the pics for the Ford Centennial Feature due within the next day or so.

    I attended the Celebration on June 14-15, and took 643 pics in total between the Ford World Headquarters grounds and the Henry Ford Museum.

    6 of my pics have already been posted on the 2005 Ford GT page: http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/frame...ar.mv&num=1689

    Thanks again to Wouter for assisting me in getting there!
    aka: Rob Clements, Ultimatecarpage North American Correspondent
    "big durango", formerly known as the "MEDIA MASTER", (title now belonging to Matt)

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    Thanks to Rob (MMO) we are able to present our largest feature ever!

    http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/frame...entennial.html

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    Fantastic report. To get that many pictures in 2 days is impressive!

    I noticed a few unusual entries; e.g. mazda? What was their significance?

    I also noticed a lack of European Fords. E.g. Escort, Sierra, Mexico etc. Were they in attendance or was the emphasis on Ford America?

    All in all very well done. Nice work if you can get it

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    Originally posted by Kudosdude
    Fantastic report. To get that many pictures in 2 days is impressive!

    I noticed a few unusual entries; e.g. mazda? What was their significance?

    I also noticed a lack of European Fords. E.g. Escort, Sierra, Mexico etc. Were they in attendance or was the emphasis on Ford America?

    All in all very well done. Nice work if you can get it
    Mazda, Aston Martin, Volvo, Land Rover, and Jaguar are all owned by Ford, so they all had displays too. Technically they haven't shared the 100 years with them, but if they wait for a celebration of their own, it wouldn't be 1/10 the size this was.

    Some of the Ford Divisions around the world had small celebrations as well in their respective countries, but this was predominantly North American based.

    Thanks to Wouter for supporting me!
    aka: Rob Clements, Ultimatecarpage North American Correspondent
    "big durango", formerly known as the "MEDIA MASTER", (title now belonging to Matt)

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