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Go See a F'in Movie if You Want F'in Stunts

Wednesday 13th October, 2010 by "black-knight"

Advertising. This occupational field has gave us so many great, classic television ads, especially when it came to transportation, be it recreational or personal. Ads, for example, that made us think about

. But so many great ads were left on the cutting room floor.

That's what I'm sharing with you now, what has to be the best outtake from Ford's era of advertising in the early 1990s. Of all time. Ever. First you'll watch what the route Ford decided to take when they pussied out. Then you'll see the approach that would have been the clear winner.

Honestly, I think Ford might have sold more cars and trucks if they took this approach. I know I wouldn't want to mess with a guy who just stubbed a cigarette out on the palm of his hand.

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