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http%3A%2F%2Fo.aolcdn.com%2Fhss%2FstoragFord and Dow Chemical will work together to speed up carbon-fiber research and manufacturing capabilities.

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Wow the only supercar that I would want.


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Still a ford


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Only Ford I would own


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Only Ford I would own

stop kidding yourself. :P

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stop kidding yourself. :P

You're right, I'd get a Z06

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