CAS – Ford Correspondence

CAS New Death Toll & 80+ mph Survivable Crash Technology Letter to Ford

 

September 11, 2002

William Clay Ford, Jr., Chairman
Ford Motor Company
The American Road
Dearborn MI 48121

Dear Mr. Ford:

CAS New Death Toll & 80+ mph Survivable Crash Technology Letter to Ford

 

September 11, 2002

William Clay Ford, Jr., Chairman
Ford Motor Company
The American Road
Dearborn MI 48121

Dear Mr. Ford:

CAS Response to Ford

July 22, 2002

Susan M. Cischke, Vice PresidentEnvironmental & Safety EngineeringFord Motor CompanyOne American RoadDearborn MI 48126-2798

Dear Ms. Cischke:

CAS Recall Request to William Clay Ford, Jr.

June 25, 2002

William Clay Ford, Jr., Chairman
Ford Motor Company
The American Road
Dearborn MI 48121

Dear Mr. Ford:

From the classic 1965-68 Mustang to the 1971-76 Ford Pinto both with exploding gas tanks to the 1983-87 E-series vans/ambulances with fuel systems that spurt gasoline to the 3.6 million1986-87 models with fuel line coupler separation to now the 1992-01 Crown Victoria, Grant Marquis and Lincoln Town Car with exploding fuel tanks, Ford has the worst overall record of all auto companies on motor vehicle fire safety.