Untwist your delicate panties, snowflake
[COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"]SnowFlake my Ass, I think Purist fits Better, I've Owned Nothing But Fords since 1975 when i gots my 1st Drivers License...[/COLOR]
Those were examples of MODERN
[COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"]Oh, Retro right? mmmhmmm[/COLOR]
And to play devil's advocate:
"Why not just use "Tried & True" FORD Technology..."; Like the TTB and all it's glory???
[COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"][COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"]Solid Axles came 1st & Still work Best, So what i Still have the TTB on my rig, You wanna but me one? How about from an F-350 (Both F/R). "Pretty Please"
Here's a bit of industry cliche: Copying (A design) is the sincerest form of flattery.
[COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"]Might be, but I personally do NOT want a Jeep or Toyota for that matter[/COLOR]
History lesson on Ford copying successful designs:
My favorite race cars of all time are Ford's historical mid-'60s race cars, the GT 40/MK II/MK VI, was a direct design copy of a Lola race car. Furthermore; The Shelby Cobra and Daytona Cobra Coupe that were raced under Ford factory sponsorship were a collection of British designs (As well as Ford parts) put together to make race cars for specific race classes.
[COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"]True Enough Some "Real Classic Race Cars" there, does Mr. Shelby know your sayin this?[/COLOR]
There's nothing wrong with copying a good/sound design.