I’m sure I’m not alone in admitting that I generally love Amazon.The access to massive product variety, frequently great prices, the whole Prime feature, and a sense that you can really trust the entire framework just makes Amazon easy to appreciate. well, lately I’ve had it rocked a little bit when it comes to Amazon.Being a veteran of many an investigation, I decided to follow one of these out before enaging Amazon for the first time. bogus seller here is [email protected](you’ll love the spoofed Amazon page that’s coming): Realize- we’ve already broken Amazon’s rules here, by leaving the web framework and communicating directly.

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It doesn’t matter if it’s a coupe, convertible, or a hatch.

It also doesn’t matter what engine is has either, or transmission. But, it’s called a Fox Body because it’s on the Ford Fox platform.

Here’s the executive summary: Now let’s look at a real-world example.

Please note the instructions for how to engage this seller- you have to leave the Amazon framework and communicate through Gmail.

Ford’s vehicles went from being big like a cow to small and nimble like a Fox.

Now that you know what a Fox Body is, let’s talk about what makes them so awesome.

As long as it’s between the ages of 19, it’s a Fox Body. Ford designed the Fox platform as a unibody chassis and used it across a wide range of Ford/Lincoln/Mercury vehicles.

Ford’s main objective with the Fox platform was to downsize the massive cars they made in the ’70s. I am unable to find a sure reason why Ford identified this chassis as “Fox”.

I hope this blog can help even one person not to get scammed by what seems to be pretty common on Amazon.