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the topic came up talking to one of my friends the other night. i was wondering how many of my car were produced. :eyecrazy: can anyone here help me, or point me in the right direction???

1996 Sable Ls Duratec
Green exterior
green leather interior
console shifter
120 speedo.

Thanks. :chili:

I asked Ford a while back..

here's their answer:::

Dear Matt,

Thank you for your message of 11/26/03 regarding the Ford Taurus. We
appreciate the time you have taken to request information on the Taurus.

Thank you for expressing your interest in our company and our vehicles.
Our vision is to become the world's leading consumer company for
automotive products and services.

Unfortunately, historical data such as you have requested is not
maintained by the Customer Relationship Center (CRC). However, you may
be able to obtain an answer to your inquiry by contacting the Henry Ford
Museum. This facility, inspired by Henry Ford's dream to document how
technology has shaped lives in America, contains over 100 vehicles from
the 1600s onward, as well as archives and vintage movies that Hollywood
often calls upon as a primary resource for historical authenticity.

In addition, the Henry Ford Museum contains a research facility that is
able to assist the public in determining certain historical facts. The
Museum does charge a service fee for such inquiries, relative to the
amount of research required. The Henry Ford Museum can be contacted
directly through the following methods:

Historical Research Center
20900 Oakwood Blvd.
Dearborn, MI 48121

Henry Ford Museum
Curator-Prints & Photographs
P.O. Box 1970
Dearborn, MI 48121

Henry Ford Museum Store

E-Mail: www.hfmgv.org

For further assistance with this matter, we recommend contacting the
National Automotive History Collection (NAHC), maintained by the Detroit
Public Library. They are able to research and provide historical
information on Ford vehicles and products and as such, may be able to
assist with your inquiry. Please contact the NAHC directly at:

National Automotive History Collection
5201 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48202
Main number: (313)-833-1000
E-mail address: [email protected]

We hope that this information will be of assistance. We value your
loyalty and appreciate your continued support of Ford's products and

At Ford Motor Company, we consider the satisfaction of our customers as
one of our most important objectives. If you have any other inquiries
or concerns, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to
address them.

Thank you for contacting Ford Motor Company.

Ford Motor Company
Customer Relationship Center

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