Category: 2002 News

11/05/2002 – Ford Introduces All-New 6.0-Liter Power Stroke Diesel

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD INTRODUCES ALL-NEW 6.0-LITER POWER STROKE DIESEL Ford has been the proven diesel leader since we introduced the Power Stroke eight years ago, and we intend to remain the leader. Our customers need the power to get any job done, and that’s exactly what the new powertrain will deliver. Steve Lyons, […] More »

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01/06/2002 – Mighty F-350 Tonka Concept Leads Ford Trucks Into Future

Source: Ford Motor Company MIGHTY F-350 TONKA CONCEPT LEADS FORD TRUCKS INTO FUTURE DETROIT, Mich., Jan. 6, 2002 – It’s big. It’s bold. It showcases an advanced new powertrain. DETROIT, Jan. 6, 2002 – It’s bold. It’s strong. It’s a hint of what’s to come for the next generation Ford F-Series pickup – America’s best-selling […] More »

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08/23/2002 – Drivers of SUVs Saving Big Money With Diesel Engines

Source: International Truck and Engine DRIVERS OF SUVS SAVING BIG MONEY WITH DIESEL ENGINES Half of all American vacationers on the road this year are driving gas-guzzling SUVs and pickup trucks, according to a new survey on driving habits from research firm MarketFacts. These bigger vehicles burn high amounts of fuel, which not only puts […] More »

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11/08/2002 – 2005 Ford F-150 To Be Built At New Dearborn Truck Plant

Source: Ford Motor Company 2005 FORD F-150 TO BE BUILT AT NEW DEARBORN TRUCK PLANT DEARBORN, Mich., Nov. 8, 2002 – America’s best-selling pickup truck just got a new home. Ford Motor Company today announced that beginning in 2004, the Ford F-150 pickup truck will be built at the new Dearborn Truck Plant now under […] More »

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01/16/2002 – International, Power Stroke Diesel To Return For 2002 NCTS Season

Source: International Truck and Engine INTERNATIONAL, POWER STROKE DIESEL TO RETURN FOR 2002 NCTS SEASON Market-Leading Diesel Engine Maker To Again Sponsor NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Team, Driver Terry Cook In No. 29 Ford WARRENVILLE, IL (January 14, 2002) – After a successful entry into the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2001, International Truck and […] More »

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