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Ford-O-Matic was the first automatic transmission used by Ford Motor Company, designed by Borg Warner Corporation (see http://www.borgwarner.com/about/history/). Introduced in 1950, the 3-speed Ford-O-Matic evolved into the Cruise-O-Matic in 1958 (and a 2-speed Ford-O-Matic in 1959) and the FMX in 1968. This line continued in production until 1980, when the AOD was introduced. Like Ford, variations of this same Borg Warner design were used by other automobile manufacturers as well, such as AMC, International Harvester, Studebaker, Volvo and Jaguar, each of them having the necessary unique adaptations required for the individual applications.

Cruise-O-MaticManufacturerFord Motor CompanyAlso calledFMXProduction19581980PredecessorFord-O-MaticSuccessorAODClass3-speed automatic transmissionRelatedC-4/C-5
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