Rob,I'm trying to remember the vehicles you worked on. The Fusion was one, wasn't it? Good job!And that brings us back to the Fusion, which I judge to be, now, the best car in the segment: best-looking, best-screwed-together, most likely to appeal to grown-ups. Look, it's no Maserati—nor, despite eyewitness reports, an Aston Martin—but the Fusion is the rare family car that can ignite any kind of sustained desire. Heavy industry rarely comes with quite so much lyricism and shrewd aesthetic judgment. High praise from this particular writer:http://online.wsj.com/article/SB2000142412788732453930457826...He practically gushes. It's been syndicated in a few places. I also saw one on Marketwatch.As an aside, the guy's a human thesaurus. When was the last time you saw the word "fey" used to describe an automobile??? Peter
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