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Recent Ford part requests

  • FORD MONDEO | HATCH 2008 1997CC DIESEL MANUAL
    Alloy Wheel (Set)
  • FORD GALAXY | MPV 2015 1997CC DIESEL
    Airbag (Passenger Side)
  • FORD GALAXY | MPV 2015 1997CC DIESEL
    Airbag (Driver Side)
  • FORD FOCUS | HATCH 2007 1999CC PETROL MANUAL
    Engine (Petrol Complete)
  • FORD TRANSIT | 2012 2.2 DIESEL
    Turbo

LATEST PRICES

  • FORD TRANSIT CONNECT 200 TREND P/V
    ECU (Airbag)
    £576.00
  • FORD GRANADA
    Engine (Petrol Bare)
    £706.80
  • FORD FOCUS STYLE TDCI
    Engine (Diesel Bare)
    £450.00
  • FORD FOCUS ZETEC CLIMATE
    Engine (Petrol Complete)
    £570.00
  • FORD TRANSIT 260S
    Door Mirror / Wing Mirror (Driver Side Manual)
    £47.94
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About Ford Cars

Henry Ford was 39 years of age when he founded the Ford Motor Company in 1903. They only produced a few cars during these early years in their factory in Michigan. USA.

The Ford Motor Company is one of the world's largest family controlled automobile companies and has been so for over 100 years. In 1908 they introduced the Model T which featured the first engine to have a removable cylinder head. In 1930 the Model A was introduced and the windshield was made of safety glass. Ford introduced the revolutionary Lifeguard safety package in 1956, which included options such as rear seatbelts and a padded dash and in 1957 child proof door locks were introduced. In 1964 Ford produced its first six-seater car, the Ford Mustang and the following year saw the introduction of its new seat belt reminder light.

The 1980s saw the introduction of many successful Ford vehicles all around the world using as its advertising slogan, 'Have you driven a Ford, lately?' The 1990s saw Ford acquiring the British company Aston Martin, although they later sold them to Volvo cars in 1999. Their car sales absolutely thrived in America. However this good fortune did not continue and the twenty first century saw a fall in their market shares and dwindling sales resulting in a loss of profits.

However by 2005 Ford devised a new plan to increase their profits and sales and this was led by the Chairman Bill Ford who asked Mark Fields, the Ford Americas Division President to develop a new plan of action that was named, 'The Way Forward' which was finally unveiled on January 23, 2006. What this plan involved was resizing the company, stopping production of inefficient models and ultimately the closure of 14 factories resulting in 30,000 job losses. So with the new plan in place Ford introduced its new range of vehicles that included the 'Crossover SUVs' as well as developing its hybrid electric technologies for the Ford Escape Hybrid SUV.

William Clay Ford Jr. who is the great-grandson of Henry Ford was appointed Executive Chairman in 1998 and became Chief Executive Officer in 2001. However in 2006 the company reported its largest annual loss in its entire history of $12.7 billion, what was most surprising though was that in 2007 the company made a profit of $750 million. June 2, 2000 saw Ford selling its Land Rover and Jaguar operations to Tata Motors for a reported $2.3 billion.

From 2012 Ford Motor Company have sold automobiles worldwide under the Ford marque and have used the Lincoln marque in the United States to add a range of luxury cars. On November 1, 2012, Ford made the announcement that CEO Alan Mulally will stay with Ford until 2014. Mark Fields was also named as the president of operations in America and was appointed its new chief operating officer.

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Our car breakers have quoted on 9108 used Ford parts in the last 30 days. Popular part requests during that time have been for replacement bumper (front), alloy wheel (single front), parcel shelfs, engine (diesel complete) and door (front passenger side). There are currently 4333045 Fords left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Ford in 2018 were bumper (front), alloy wheel (single front), bumper (rear), parcel shelfs and bonnets.

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