Have you thought about which is the most expensive passenger car that Ford is currently offering? GT does not count because a Canadian company builds it and production is quite limited. The answer is clear, right?
As you can tell from the Facebook post at the end of this story, Dearborn Fire Department certainly understands how special the predator V8-powered pony is. “This week we trained in vehicle rollout,”
The comment section is also interesting to see a GT500 in this boring state. “Best Need for a Mustang,” said Jeremy Strey. “They saved countless innocent car exhibitors by destroying this pile.” Others were not so humorous and took a more pragmatic stance. “We used crashed cars, so it’s a more real experience,” said Rudy Doc Grajeda. “A new vehicle is easy to cut up. Smash it up now and it’s getting harder. ”
No matter which side you are on, we can all agree that the men and women who make any kind of emergency rescue are worthy of our appreciation. Cutting a GT500 may seem fun to us outsiders, but in a life-and-death scenario, the experience the firefighters gained from this training will save lives.
On another, yet related note, guess which is the most expensive GT500 on sale now? A quick search online gets us to Marin County Ford and a fully loaded example of the breed listed for $ 199,990. The window sticker reads $ 105,990 including destination, translated to a $ 94,000 mark.
Your Dearborn firefighters train daily. This week we trained in vehicle rollout. It almost broke our hearts to cut …
Posted by Dearborn Fire Department on Friday, October 16, 2020