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    • Samcor began to assemble Mazdas as well, which affected its product line-up and saw the European Fords like the Escort and Sierra replaced by the Mazda-based Laser and Telstar.Ford Motor Company-Wikipedia
    • Ford began assembly of cars in Thailand in 1960, but withdrew from the country in 1976, and did not return until 1995 when it formed a joint venture with Mazda called Auto Alliance.Ford Motor Company-Wikipedia
    • Run entirely by Mazda since its introduction in 1970, the compact engine would also suffer from fuel economy problems like the turbine had, yet would see the success that the turbine lacked.24 Hours of Le Mans-Wikipedia
    • For the second half of the 1980s, Garner also appeared in several of the North American market Mazda television commercials as an on-screen spokesman.James Garner-Wikipedia
    • In November 2008, it reduced its 33.4% controlling interest in Mazda of Japan to a 13.4% non-controlling interest.Ford Motor Company-Wikipedia
    • Mazda was forced to turn to Judd to replace their outlawed rotary engines, although the GV10s would be rebadged as Mazda MV10s.Judd (engine)-Wikipedia

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