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The Ford Fiesta ST concept vehicle was first introduced at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show. Available to consumers in 2013, the Fiesta ST boasts a 1.6-liter, 180-hp Ford EcoBoost turbocharged engine that featured twin-independent variable camshaft timing to provide a blend of power and fuel efficiency.(Credit: Courtesy of Ford)

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Ford cars through the years

 Founded by American industrialist Henry Ford in 1903, the Ford Motor Company is the fifth largest automaker in the world. Ford's first mass-produced vehicle was the Model A, a simple machine with a 2-cylinder, 8-hp engine. The first Model A was sold to a physician from Chicago for $850 dollars, and the steady stream of orders after that sale led Ford to success in a short amount of time. The Model A, Model T and Mustang vehicles attracted many consumers, and Ford's popularity is still strong after over 100 years in business. Here is a list of notable Ford vehicles through the years.

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