It's one of those blessings in disguise: Ford can't build its cars fast enough.
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The classic adage, "Money can't buy you happiness," strikes again, this time against luxury vehicles.
We hold these truths to be self-evident: the inevitability of a special edition Mustang painted to look like its American fighter equivalent—hell, the inevitability of a special edition Mustang—will always be commercially viable.
While we didn't talk about it in our review of the 2013 Ford Focus ST, a wonderful driver's car with a questionable interior layout, we were amazed with one feature the car had in its MyFord Touch infotainment system: A text message service that had two full pages of pre-programmed messages you coul