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Only 4 months away so make your plans to attend "Fordtoberfest 04". Brought to you by the Kansas Chapter of FTE and open for all members from all states and countries . Check out the official Fordtoberfest Webpage. Make your plans to attend and join in the fun . Prizes awarded in many catagories so everyone has a good chance of taking one home . Official day is October 2nd in Wichita, Ks but you are welcome to come early. We will have an informal cruise night on friday the 1st. for those that wish to attend . This is not a G2G this is an EVENT you don't want to miss .
Hope to see many of you make it and look forward to seeing all the trucks and people .
Trucks, Food, Fun and prizes galore what more can you ask.
Special arrangements have been made at local motels click Fordtoberfest link above for details.
2003 F-150 RED
2008 Explorer Limited V-8
Gordon McGregor & Henry Ford started The Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd., on Aug, 17, 1904. The Walkerville Wagon Works located in Windsor Ontario (across the Detroit River from Detroit, Michigan) started the first subsidary of Ford Motor Company (est 1903) to build cars for export in the international market! The first model was the 1905 Model C, they produced 114 cars & also a few 4cyl model B's, as well as 2cyl model F's. In 1909 to 1927 Ford Canada made 15% of the 15 million "Tin Lizze's" produced. They were yellow & maroon, not black & had 2 working front doors ( the U.S. T's only had one passager side door that opened). Gordon McGregor with a combined investment of $125,000, collected from scepitical associates, turned his wagon carrage business into the start of the North American Auto Industry!!! (Detroit & Windsor). The car was invented in Europe, but the Ford program (Detroit & Windsor) inspired travel from one place to the other, for which most people, was no more than 30Kms on horse. . I think that Detroit & Windsor should also have a Fordtoberfest!!!
Sounds like a Great time in Kansas, Maybe Next year
I AM CANADIAN
Last edited by 2000 Harley; 08-18-2004 at 04:50 AM.
The Fordtoberfest.com website has been updated with new hotel pricing and trophy classes. This isn't a show for trailer queens only. It's for everyone. We have daily driver classes, beater classes and real truck. Check it out and get pre registered.
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