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Craigslist vehicle scam

It’s no secret that selling your vehicle can include many obstacles.  The truth is, persistent criminals tend make these transactions that much harder.  The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has issued a warning to the public about an organized scam involving sales of vehicles through online marketplace Craigslist.  NICB has identified nearly 100 instances of […]

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“Uncle” Bob & Walt Sweeney Ford sponsor cash prize

Earlier this month on Friday, June 5th the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) 7th Annual Greater Cincinnati Regional Golf Tournament was held at Rising Star Casino & Resort in Rising Sun, IN.  Since the initial tournament 7 years ago, it has raised over $63,000.00.  The 2015 event was major as it acquired many generous sponsors […]

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Mayweather’s Enzo Back on the Market for $3.8 Million

Soon enough, one lucky car buyer will be driving an Enzo that once belonged to No. 1 ranked boxer, Floyd Mayweather.  Mayweather’s 2003 Ferrari Enzo is back at exotic car dealership Fusion Luxury Motors.  He’d purchased the Enzo back in January for $3.2 million, during the lead-up to his May fight with Manny Pacquiao.  Six […]

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A sweet automotive love affair

A.J. Baime of the WSJ recently covered an interesting story on a woman, Janet Littlefield of Menlo Park, California and the reunification of her and her 1970 Plymouth Barracuda which she didn’t think she’d see again. As a college graduation present from her parents back in 1970, Littlefield’s parents took her to a Chrysler-Plymouth car […]

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Oak Hills Student Wins Ford Focus Thanks to Walt Sweeney Ford!

You may recall our Excellent Attendance Will Win One Student a Ford! blog from late 2014.  Here’s an update. Dealer member, Walt Sweeney Ford partnered with Oak Hills High School, running a Sweepstakes where one student with excellent attendance for the 2014-15 school year, would be picked at random at the end of the school […]

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