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Purple is just one of those colors, a hue that rarely looks natural on any vehicle that's not an early 1990s American automotive product. Got a purple Ford Festiva? Great! How about a purple Dodge Stratus? Odd, but it works. Comment?
... the first time as a driver competing in the hornets division. For the first couple of races it was in a 1984 Ford Festiva with a 76-horse power engine. He ended the season in a 1990 Mazda 323 with a 92-horse power engine. "I've always wanted to try ... Comment?
Ford Aspire 1.3L engines have been acquired for consumer retail sale through the efforts of the PreownedEngines.com company at . We're making use of technology and our close partnerships with local distributors to help people locate out of production car motors online Ford produced its rebadged Festiva as the Inspire in the United States between 1994 and 1997. Comment?
... decals for lower doors completed the '80s hot-hatch look. Downside to owning one: People will think it's a Ford Festiva and will tell you that they had one in high school. There are few cars that had such vastly different fortunes in Europe and ... Comment?
... fast, so you'd rather a nice MR2 or Miata...or maybe you REALLY don't like to go fast...well there is always a Ford Festiva! Unfortunately, those are all the wrong choices! The best rally car on a budget is the BMW E36! And if you can manage to get ... Comment?
This year's Chicago Auto Show presented automobiles for all tastes and wallets. From Lincoln Town cars and Bugattis, to Dodge all-terrain trucks and economy subcompacts like the Ford Festiva and Toyota Corolla, the annual nine-day event didn't fail to attract thousands from near and far, in spite of frightfully frigid temperatures. Comment?
... thing Lincoln must have sold there before was a set of funky wire wheel covers for Natsuko's freshly imported Ford Festiva. Or maybe one of those fancy fake-ass Landau tops. Judging by the information you can find on the internet, sales numbers for ... Comment?
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