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Old 07-13-2012, 08:00 PM   #1
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Am I old fashion or one of the few people the try to purchase products made in america. I still believe that this country leads the world in manufactoring the best products. My family has purchased three new american cars in the past year, all have been trouble free. I think cars made in other countrys are good products, I just feel the need to support the good old USA reather than other countrys.

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I have to agree with you. Even though a lot of the foreign companies have factories in the USA the profit still goes back overseas to the head corporations.


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And this topic is in the Towing section...
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According to Cars.com, the most American cars are 1) Toyota Camry, 2)Ford F-150, 3) Honda Accord, 4) Toyota Seneca 5) Honda Pilot. Did you buy one of these?

Camry Edges Out F-150 for 'Most American' in Cars.com Index -- CHICAGO, July 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
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Is it ok that I bought an American Brand, built in Toledo and owned by an Italian company?
The lines are blurred as to what is American these days. Even a good ole Chevy is built with parts sourced from many other countries.
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