I guess when your name is scripted in gold on the front of a car, you have every right to jump on in, even if it’s a 1903 Model A, the oldest surviving Ford vehicle, which will be on display at the Ford exhibit at the NAIAS. Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman William Clay Ford Jr., great-grandson to the car companies founder Henry Ford, surprised everyone when he climbed into the prestine piece of history and gave the horn a honk after giving Michigan Governor Rick Snyder a tour of Fords show floor.
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