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1 Good Reason to Buy Ford Now

By John Rosevear - Apr 12, 2013 at 2:00PM

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The bad news: Ford still has more work to do on its turnaround. The good news: That work is underway. Here's why that makes Ford an intriguing buy right now.

Ford's (F 3.89%) turnaround has been one for the history books. In just a few short years, the Detroit icon has gone from the brink of collapse to one of the world's most admired automakers -- without the bailout that was needed to save rival General Motors (GM 3.07%). But has Ford's turnaround run its course? In this video, Motley Fool contributor John Rosevear explains that there's still more to do -- and that Ford is already making one big change that should add billions to its bottom line in just a few years.

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