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Henry Ford and people like him built empires, by providing quality and value

Henry was also smart enough to know if he provided jobs and fair wages, folks could buy his cars.  He employed countless US craftsman, building his cars, parts for them and a high standard of living.  While the names of domestic manufacturers may still be in use, their concern for US jobs is far less apparent.

While American consumers are urged to buy US cars, to help the economy, I feel it is almost laughable what is today called an American vehicle.  Fewer and fewer are even assembled in the US and the origin of their parts is even more surprising. 

Ironically, families are urged to stimulate the US economy by going into debt, buying domestic vehicles

Here's a VERY small view of parts common in new US vehicles.

Made in india

GM parts Made in Czech Republic

The new GM? Made in India

The new Ford? Made in Brazil

The new Ford? Made in Taiwan

The new GM? Made in Japan

The new GM? Made in Mexico

The new GM? Made in Mexico

The new GM? Made in China

The new GM? Made in Thailand

The new Ford? Made in Taiwan

The new Ford? Made in Canada

The new Ford?  Made in Taiwan

The new Ford? Made in Taiwan

The new Chrysler? Made in Mexico

The new Chrysler? Made in Spain

The new Chrysler? Made in China

The new Chrysler? Made in Mexico

Please also see our article U.S. and Foreign Vehicles





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