The History of Hard-Working Ford Trucks

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Ford pickups look great when they’re brand new, clean, and shiny. Many guys love driving and being seen in them and a lot of women are attracted to the guys who cruise around in them.

As attractive as Blue Oval rigs are without a scratch on them, it’s important to remember they’re built to do hard work. According to Ford, they’ve been helping build this country for the past several decades. From lugging millions of pounds of concrete masonry and electrical equipment to the construction site for the Hoover Dam to helping create the transmission lines that would carry electrical power to the city of Los Angeles to assisting in the $42-million overhaul of Mississippi’s highway system, Ford’s trucks have showed up ready, willing, and able. Without them, Alaska and the Dallas Cowboys’ new stadium wouldn’t be the same.

We’d love to hear your personal stories about how Ford trucks have helped you build great things, such as a business or a home for your family. If you have one…

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Derek Shiekhi contributes to a variety of Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including J-K Forum , Jaguar Forums, and 5 Series. He's also a member of the Texas Auto Writers Association.

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