Category: 2000 News

11/14/2000 – 2001 Ford – Expedition – Major Product Changes

Source: Ford Motor Company. Major Product Changes Major Product Changes OVERVIEW The 2001 Expedition offers exceptional towing and payload; seats up to nine passengers; and still fits in a standard sized garage. Combining all of this with an impressive list of safety features, Expedition is for those who do not want to trade off comfort […] More »

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05/08/2000 – Ford introduces propane-powered Super Duty F-Series

Source: Ford Motor Company Ford introduces propane-powered Super Duty F-Series DEARBORN, Mich., May 8, 2000 — Ford Motor Company introduced the propane-powered, bi-fuel Super Duty F-Series chassis cab for the 2000 model year. Ford has already begun taking orders for the vehicle and hopes to sell approximately 1,300 units this year. The propane-powered chassis cab […] More »

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09/20/2000 – The 2001 Platinum Edition Ford Super Duty F-250

Source: Ford Motor Company The 2001 Platinum Edition Ford Super Duty F-250 Louisville, KY, September 20, 2000 – Ford Motor Company rolled a new, limited edition Super Duty F-Series pickup off the line today at its Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville. The “Platinum Edition” Super Duty F-250 will commemorate the company’s milestone of producing its […] More »

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11/14/2000 – 2001 Ford – Escape – Major Product Changes

Source: Ford Motor Company. Major Product Changes Major Product Changes OVERVIEW The 2001 Escape provides best in class interior roominess with four doors, comfortable five passenger seating, the versatility to accommodate a wide variety of cargo needs, and a class leading 200 hp V6 engine option; the Escape is perfect for an OUTGOING and ACTIVE […] More »

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06/04/2000 – Ford gets feedback from Internet Ranger enthusiasts

Ford gets feedback from Internet Ranger enthusiasts By Ken Payne In a pleasant turn of events, Ford Motor Company invited seven Ranger owners from Internet based enthusiasts web sites to a round table talk in order to build a better Ranger. Ford Motor Company flew Robert Rod (www.fordranger.com Sysadmin), Russ Parker (2.3L Admin www.fordranger.com), Malcolm […] More »

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