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Mustang Mach E more popular than Ford anticipated


John Kuvakas
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An interesting article concerning pre-orders on the controversial Mach E GT. Click here.

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It's ironic that such a good thing could be bad.


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Thanks to the Mach E Ford will be allowed to produce the "normal" Mustang, too....


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I don't find the styling of this car attractive at all; especially the nose.  No thanks.


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Thanks to the Mach E Ford will be allowed to produce the "normal" Mustang, too....

Yes, during the transition . . . 

I can imagine the hardship facing dealerships now.  Not only do they have to locate mechanics who are knowledgeable about internal combustion engines, but now must train good employees to work on cars that can fry them to death or burn down the dealership with one wrong move. 


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@kocour, you're correct, they have their dangers. But dealing with cars filled with gasoline can have its moments as well. One wrong move and...

The difference is we are all aware of the hazards of flammable liquids. We're still getting accustomed to battery-driven cars. 

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Burning ICE-cars are "simply" put out by using the right extinguisher for the right time, whereas electrics are put in a bath-tub to "soak" a day or two.


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Posted by: @jkuvakas

@kocour, you're correct, they have their dangers. But dealing with cars filled with gasoline can have its moments as well. One wrong move and...

The difference is we are all aware of the hazards of flammable liquids. We're still getting accustomed to battery-driven cars. 

As I kid I washed my Cushman parts in gasoline.  So did my ex-brother-in-law.  But he wasn't so lucky.  Vapors hit the gas water heater and he burned down his garage.


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