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Somethng completely different...

If you have Google earth, go here:

AAI flat rock MI

You can zoom in and see where your car was made, and where it gets loaded onto the train...

Kinda dumb, I know, but kinda cool too..


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If you have Google earth, go here:

AAI flat rock MI

You can zoom in and see where your car was made, and where it gets loaded onto the train...

Kinda dumb, I know, but kinda cool too..

Actually I think its pretty cool.. I have never been able to do that before with previous cars!

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Yeah, cool.. you can see what color of car is more popular. Too bad it is not a live feed, watch them loading up the cars. I am a sap for cool stuff

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Is it me or is there a lot of mustangs out there... i mean a LOT.

What other cars are produced here?

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From what I've read, AAI is co-owned by Ford an Mazda. Looks mostly like Mustangs to me... and a LOT of them by the looks of it...

I have yet to see a 5.0 driving down the road where I live, and hardly see any 2010s either.

Maybe I just discovered why - they're all still at the plant!!!

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From what I've read, AAI is co-owned by Ford an Mazda. Looks mostly like Mustangs to me... and a LOT of them by the looks of it...

I have yet to see a 5.0 driving down the road where I live, and hardly see any 2010s either.

Maybe I just discovered why - they're all still at the plant!!!
Haha... my black one (on order) is probably in that picture somewhere.

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