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Ford Fact of the Day


Welcome to the (wonderful, whimsical, and often weird) world of automotives - where the unexpected proves common.

Sound Ford knows that there’s far more to cars than chrome and caroboraters. Instead there is a strange history to explore… and we’re thrilled to serve as your guide. Join us as we present unusual facts about the industry’s most important moments. We’ll highlight each make, model, and brand - offering our customers insights into how their favorite rides transitioned from the drawing board to the showroom.

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Interesting Facts About The Ford Brand For Seattle Drivers

Fun Fact for Seattle: How the Ford Mustang Got...
by ford-fact-of-the-day, June 15, 2019, 6:59 am
Contrary to popular belief, the Ford Mustang is not named after the free-roaming, wild horses of the American West. Rather, historians believe that the iconic pony car was christened the Mustang in honor of a famed P-51 World War...
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Fun Fact for Seattle: Henry Ford’s First...
by ford-fact-of-the-day, June 7, 2019, 6:22 pm
While Henry Ford is best-known for the creation of the Model T, this wasn’t his first vehicular innovation. Unbeknownst to most people, Ford’s first gas-powered automobile was called the Quadricycle Runabout, which he...
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Fun Fact for Seattle: Henry Ford's Early...
by ford-fact-of-the-day, May 31, 2019, 6:42 am
As a young man, Henry Ford had many interests before setting his sights on revolutionizing transportation as we know it today. Prior to working on vehicles, like the Model T, he experimented with other hobbies that became a solid...
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Fun Fact for Seattle: A Look Back at the Ford...
by ford-fact-of-the-day, May 21, 2019, 4:18 pm
A common myth or misconception is that Ford’s iconic Blue Oval logo features Henry Ford’s signature. But, in actuality, that’s not the case. The lettering was designed by Childe Harold Wills in 1907, who was a close friend...
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Fun Fact for Seattle: Henry Ford Spent His...
by ford-fact-of-the-day, May 20, 2019, 7:47 am
If one were to look back on Henry Ford’s resume, it would appear that he was a Jack of a Trades. Over the years, he gathered experience in various industries and vocations, which would later shape his career and the world of...
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