The Ford of 1937-1940 marked some profound changes in the U.S.
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We like how SUVs and crossovers offer height to see ahead, and offering plenty of space for when you need to haul those 3-5 extra people.
In a national survey, the nonprofit Reason Foundation found that if push came to shove and new roads needed to be built, taxpayers would rather have them be paid for by tolls instead of taxes.
It's one of those blessings in disguise: Ford can't build its cars fast enough.