That's a point well taken.
There are a hell of a lot of Ford pickups driving around.
And the people who have them don't seem to have any complaints about
I will say, however, that the older carbureted ones were generally
considered to be more cold-blooded than other makes (harder to start
when the weather's really cold.
The only reason I even noticed it in the first place (that there's a
lot of Fords for sale in yards--& classified ads as well) is that I've
been in the market for an inexpensive, used pickup to just have as a
spare vehicle and for occasional hauling here & there.
Since my other vehicles are GM and Chrysler, I'd just like for the
pickup I get to be one of those brands, but all I ever see is Fords.
I commented to my neighbor, a retired farmer, about always seeing
Fords for sale, and he pondered a couple of seconds and said something
like, "Now that you mention it, that IS true."