A reader writes: In the early 1980s, I worked as a research engineer at Ford for several years.
It was a very exciting time, as the company was trying to expand into cars.
When Ford released its first all-electric vehicle, the Explorer, in 1985, I was one of its first and only engineers.
It was an incredible vehicle.
I have the classic Ford Explorer and I drive it.
My wife, who has a Ford Explorer as well, is a Porsche fanatic.
The car has a huge range, with the first three months of ownership, I would say, it’s pretty close to the max.
But as I have gotten older, the range has gotten even more limited, and now, in order to reach the city limits, I’m stuck on the interstate for most of the day.
At this point, the only other option is to buy a new vehicle.
And that, to me, is the ultimate luxury.
If I could do it all over again, I’d buy a Porsche instead of the Ford, which is a luxury car, right?
This is what the Porsche is all about, it says in the ads: luxury and performance, comfort and refinement, and reliability and quality.
In terms of comfort, I am not a big fan of the way the Ford is designed.
The seat is too small, the center seat position too shallow, the seats are too large.
And the steering wheel is too low.
One of the things that makes the Ford so special is the way it makes you feel like you’re driving a Ferrari.
Even though it’s not designed to be a luxury vehicle, it is a Ferrari, and that’s exactly what the car should be.
You don’t want a Ferrari when you’re on the highway.
That’s why it’s such a big hit with celebrities.
Now, you can’t have a Ferrari in your car if you’re going to be in the office.
You have to have a Porsche, and the Porsche has a great driver.
It’s more comfortable, and it’s the perfect combination of style and performance.
Forget all the hype around this car.
It’ll never get any better.
I have no intention of purchasing a new Porsche, but if it’s available, I will buy it.
And, as for the ford, if the Ford does go out of business, the Porsche would be a fantastic choice for me.
[Editor’s note: Ford did not respond to a request for comment.]