Ford's new sport truck uses a turbocharged V-6 instead of a V-8 engine.
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When Ford's F-150 product designers stopped by our office earlier this week, they told us that in 2008, a consumer could configure the F-150 more than 11 billion different ways.
For the second time in as many years, Ford will have one of its vehicles pacing the NASCAR Sprint Cup spring race at Michigan International Speedway this Sunday.
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