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# Clue
1. Auto dud
2. Ford's mistake
3. Lincoln's late cousin
4. Car that "bombed"
5. Famous lemon
6. Erstwhile car
7. LTD's extinct relative
8. Ford boo-boo
9. Lemon on wheels
10. ___ Ford Range, Antarctica
11. Relative of "The Betsy"
12. Son of Henry
13. Detroit lemon
14. Car named for a tycoon
15. De Soto contemporary
16. Lemon of the 50's
17. ___ Ford Ranges, Antarctica
18. Lemon once exported from Michigan
19. Michigan lemon
20. Lemon shipped from Mich.
21. ___ Bryant Ford
22. Automotive blooper
23. Ford's lemon
24. Defunct auto
25. Detroit disappointment
26. Ford scion
27. Ford lemon
28. Old Ford car
29. Lincoln's inadequate cousin
30. Ford "lemon"
31. A Ford who could afford a Rolls
32. Mistake made in Mich.
33. Motown mistake
34. Ford that was a flop
35. Lincoln's unpopular little cousin
36. Ford's folly
37. Late 50's auto
38. Four-door flop
39. Automobile lemon
40. A Detroit dud
41. Ford's failure
42. Car of 1957
43. Collectible auto
44. ___ Bryant Ford, Henry's son
45. Detroit's Corsair or Citation
46. Corsair or Ranger
47. 50's Ford fiasco
48. Ford's folly?
49. Collectible Ford
50. Ford debut
51. Eponym for failure
52. Ford flub
53. Detroit debacle
54. Onetime Ford division
55. Ford folly
56. Detroit debut
57. The "Ishtar" of cars
58. Debut of 8/26/57
59. 50's fiasco
60. 1950's Detroit dud
61. Ford family forename
62. Old Ford flop
63. Henry's son
64. Subject of the book "Disaster in Dearborn"
65. Short-lived Ford
66. Bomb developed in the 1950's
67. 1950's marketing disaster
68. Henry Ford's son
69. Ranger that cost about $2,500
70. Son of Henry and father of Henry II
71. "The ___ is here to stay" (ill-considered corporate pronouncement of 1957)
72. Object of manyjokes
73. Famed 'flop
74. 'Ford flop
75. 'Ford failure
76. New car of 1957
77. Classic automotive flop
78. Short-lived Ford line
79. Ford between Henrys
80. Auto flop
81. A no-go, according to Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire"
82. Car introduced September 4, 1957
83. 1958's Corsair, e.g.
84. Car with a "horse collar" grille
85. Ranger, Pacer or Corsair
86. Car introduced in September 1957
87. Car that featured Teletouch transmission
88. The Bermuda station wagon, for one
89. Collector's wheels
90. Car introduced in late 1957
91. 1950s flop
92. Auto introduced in the fall of 1957
93. Automobile with Teletouch Drive
94. Famed four-wheel failure
95. Unsuccessful auto
96. The Bermuda station wagon, e.g.
97. 1958 Corsair, e.g.
98. Car with boomerang-shaped taillights
99. Corsair or Pacer
100. It was introduced in late 1957
101. Citation that deserved a citation?
102. Collectible flop
103. Famous failure
104. First name in flops
105. Ford Foundation co-founder
106. Ford of dubious fame
107. Ford car
108. Ford heir
109. '50s fiasco
110. Noted lemon
111. Lemon not from a tree
112. Disaster in Dearborn automobile
113. '50s flop
114. Ford that never took off
115. Car bomb
116. Car make that lost Ford $2.8 trillion (in 2015 dollars)
117. Car with a vagina-shaped grille
118. Make with the Teletouch system
119. ___ Ford High School (Dearborn, MI institution)
120. Ill-fated Ford
121. Its 1960 model was the last one made
122. The __ Show: 1957 promotional TV special
123. Ford that never got going
124. Unsuccessful 1957 debut
125. Car that failed
126. Ford fizzle
127. Ford family name
128. One in the Ford line
129. Unpopular 1950s model
130. Flop of a Ford
131. Famous Ford flop
132. Short-lived Ford model
133. Sluggish 1950s seller
134. Iconic lemon
135. Misguided Ford idea
136. Not one of Ford's "better ideas"
137. Unfortunate Ford model
138. Big name in flops
139. Late '50s Detroit bomb
140. Comet brand before it was reassigned to Mercury
141. Memorable '50s lemon
142. Flop with fins
143. Quintessential flop
144. Four-wheeled flop
145. '50s automotive failure
146. 1958 Pacer, e.g.
147. Eponymous Ford
148. '50s four-wheeled flop
149. Citation or Corsair
150. Ranger of the '50s
151. Collectible lemon
152. Old lemon
153. Ford finned flop
154. '50s four-wheeled failure
155. Auto bust
156. Ford who championed the Model A
157. Unsuccessful Ford
158. '50s Ford
159. '50s Ford model
160. Detroit disaster
161. Henry Ford II's father
162. Ford family member
163. Name in Ford history
164. Ford of the '50s
165. Bill Ford's grandfather
166. Auto debut of '57
167. Fifties Ford
168. Not-so-popular Ford
169. Ranger or Corsair
170. Fifties' Ford
171. It was introduced on 9/4/57
172. Unsuccessful '50s Ford
173. '50s auto
174. Ford who first drove a Continental
175. Henry Ford's only child
176. 54-Across manufactured by 51-Across from 1957 to 1959
177. Ron Howard media satire
178. Campus e-mail suffix
179. Conn. summer hours
180. Summer Mass. setting
181. Summer hrs. along the Atlantic
182. Summer setting in MA and PA
183. August setting in the Capitol bldg.
184. Regional setting for almost eight months per yr.
185. The Yankees play on it during the summer: Abbr.
186. What a farmer in Del. works on?
187. Follower of harvard. or yale.
188. N.Y. summer hrs.
189. Alternative to .com or .org
190. 1999 Ron Howard bomb
191. 1950s Ford failures
192. Collectible cars
193. E Day debuts
194. Host for this puzzle's subjects on 2/9/64
195. Philadelphia summer hrs.
196. Summer White House setting: Abbr.
197. End of a commencement speaker's address?
198. End of a univ. email address
199. Spring forward hrs. in N.Y.C.
200. Academic address ender
201. Back to school?
202. Brown. follower
203. Alternative to "com" and "org"
204. Commercial fishermen with slippery targets
205. Creeptastic
206. 'A mouse!'
207. White Sox Hall of Famer
208. Vince of 'Ben Casey'
209. Grieg or Munch
210. Jellied fish
211. Extra-wide shoe designation
212. Brain test: Abbr.
213. '--, a mouse!'
214. Stephen King character -- Delacroix
215. Track great Moses
216. Type of guess
217. Part of a university's Web address
218. Univ. Web letters
219. '50s Ford flop
220. Late 1950s flop
221. Lemon that's now gained in value
222. Car of the late 1950s
223. Ford's flop
224. Unforgettable Ford
225. Ford flop of the '50s
226. Ford flop of the fifties
227. Ford's car bomb
228. Dearborn disaster
229. 1950s bomb
230. Failed Ford
231. Ford's 25 millionth V-8 engine went into one
232. 1957 "E-Day" introduction
233. Fifties failure
234. Automotive disaster
235. Auto that was
236. Defunct car
237. Extinct auto
238. Abandoned car
239. Flop of the '50's
240. Ford name
241. A Ford
242. Ford flop
243. Ford failure
244. Car bomb?
245. Summer D.C. clock setting
246. Summer hours in D.C.
247. Corsair and Citation, for two
248. 50's failures
249. Corsair, Ranger and Citation
250. Pelأ©'s real first name
251. Eponym of an old auto
252. 1950's Rangers
253. Summer hours in N.Y.C.
254. Summer hours in Pa.
255. What N.Y./Phila. baseball games are usually played in
256. Collectible car
257. One of the Fords
258. Former Ford
259. Bygone auto
260. Son of Henry Ford
261. Ford disaster
262. Ford fiasco
263. Collectible Ford flop
264. Famed Ford fiasco
265. One of Henry Ford's sons
266. Member of the Ford clan
267. Car named after Henry Ford's son
268. Famed '50s flop
269. Flop of '57
270. Lemon from Detroit
271. Not one of Ford's better ideas
272. 1957 Detroit debut
273. He makes tanks in Detroit (first name)
274. Automotive lemon of note
275. 50's marketing flop
276. 1950's Ford flop
277. 50's Ford flop
278. Big flop
279. Citation of 1958
280. Collectible Ford product
281. Father of Henry II
282. Car with an innovative "rolling dome" speedometer
283. Dearborn debut of 1958
284. Old bomb
285. Ford misstep
286. Very unpopular model
287. It debuted on "E Day"
288. Car with a horse collar grille
289. Flop in a lot
290. 1950s Ford flop
291. Son - or father - of Henry
292. Object of many 1950s jokes
293. Detroit dud
294. Old Ford
295. Ford who was the son of Henry Ford
296. Ranger, for one
297. 1957 Ford debut
298. Bygone Ford
299. Auto with Teletouch transmission
300. Collectible 50's car
301. 1950's car with a horse-collar grille
302. Sum up (3)
303. Hawk (4)
304. ___ Ford
305. Father of Henry Ford II
306. ___ Ford Mountains, Antarctica
307. ___ Ford (1893–1943)
308. Man's name
309. ___ Ford Mts in Antarctica
310. Late member of a well-known motor family
311. ___ Ford Mountains, in Antarctica
312. ___ Ford Mountains in Antarctica
313. Late son of Henry Ford
314. "An Oldsmobile sucking a lemon " per "Time"
315. "Disaster in Dearborn" automobile
316. "The ___ Show": 1957 promotional TV special
317. "The thrill starts with the grille" car
318. '50s Ford division
319. '50s Ford failure
320. '50s Ford fiasco
321. '50s auto bust
322. '50s car
323. '50s fizzler
324. '50s-era bomb
325. '58-'60 car named for Henry Ford's son
326. 1950's automotive embarrassment
327. 1950s Detroit dud
328. 1950s Ford
329. 1950s automotive embarrassment
330. 1950s bust
331. 1958 Bermuda wagon e.g.
332. 1958 Corsair e.g.
333. 1958 Corsair for example
334. 1958 Pacer e.g.
335. 1958's Corsair e.g.
336. 1958's Corsair for one
337. 1958-60 automotive flop
338. A Ford.
339. Antarctica's ___ Ford Ranges
340. Atomic Age bomb?
341. Auto that debuted in 1957
342. Auto with Teletouch Drive
343. Auto with a "horse collar" grille
344. Auto with a horse collar grille
345. Automotive debut of 1957
346. Automotive flop
347. Automotive sponsor of "Wagon Train" in the 1950s
348. Awful car
349. Bad business move of 1957
350. Bad idea from Detroit
351. Big name in Lincoln Continental history
352. Big name in car flops
353. Big name in lemons
354. Bill Ford's first cousin
355. Bomb built in the '50s
356. Bomb developed in the 1950s
357. Bomb released during the Eisenhower era
358. Bomb with wheels
359. Brief Ford model
360. Car bought by the dad in "Peggy Sue Got Married"
361. Car flop of '57
362. Car in Leeds
363. Car introduced September 4 1957
364. Car named after the founder's son
365. Car named for Henry Ford's son
366. Car of old
367. Car once promoted with the line "The thrill starts with the grille"
368. Car that debuted September 4th 1957
369. Car that famously debuted on "E Day"
370. Car that offered Polar Air air-conditioning
371. Car whose sales were hurt by the Eisenhower recession
372. Car with Ranger Pacer & Citation models (5)
373. Car with Teletouch Drive
374. Car with Teletouch transmission
375. Car with a "rolling dome" speedometer
376. Car with the ad campaign "New! Nifty! Thrifty!"
377. Cindy Williams' '58 ___ in "American Graffiti"
378. Citation Ranger Pacer or Corsair
379. Classic Ford
380. Classic Ford flop
381. Classic auto with a so-called "floating speedometer"
382. Classic car named for a Ford
383. Classic clunker
384. Cold War-era bomb
385. Collectable Ford flop
386. Collectible Detroit flop
387. Collectible dud
388. Convertible in the first Daytona 500 (1959)
389. Creator of Olympia.
390. Dad of Henry Ford II
391. Dearborn's ___ Ford High School
392. Detroit car bomb
393. Detroit car bomb?
394. Detroit fiasco
395. Detroit flop
396. Detroit name
397. Detroit name.
398. Early Ford
399. Eponym indicating failure
400. Eponymous failure of the '50s
401. Ex-Ford chief
402. Extinct lemon?
403. Failed Ford model
404. Famous '50s flop
405. Famous Ford failure
406. Famous auto flop
407. Famous car flop
408. Famous commercial flop
409. Famous dud from Detroit
410. Fiasco on wheels
411. Fifties Ford flop
412. Fifties clunker
413. Fifties flub
414. First name in cars
415. Flop
416. Flop from Detroit
417. Flop out of Detroit
418. Ford
419. Ford Motor flop of the 1950s
420. Ford behind the Continental
421. Ford bomb
422. Ford collectible
423. Ford debacle
424. Ford dud
425. Ford embarrassment
426. Ford failure of the '50s
427. Ford failure of the late '50s
428. Ford flop introduced 50 years ago
429. Ford flopperoo
430. Ford model
431. Ford named for a Ford
432. Ford of '58
433. Ford of 1959
434. Ford product with a "horse collar" grille
435. Ford that sold poorly
436. Ford who commissioned the Continental
437. Ford who financed Admiral Byrd
438. Ford who named his eldest son Henry II
439. Ford with legendarily poor sales
440. Ford with no future
441. Ford's "wrong car at the wrong time"
442. Ford's blunder?
443. Ford's famous fifties failure
444. Ford's famous flop
445. Ford's fiasco
446. Ford's lemon?
447. Ford's son
448. Ford.
449. Former sister marque of Mercury
450. Henry Ford II's dad
451. Henry Ford s son
452. Henry Ford's only son
453. Henry's automaker heir
454. Ill-fated '58-'60 Ford line
455. Ill-fated Ford model
456. Ill-fated Ford product
457. Ill-fated auto
458. Infamous '50s flop
459. Infamous Detroit flop
460. Infamous Ford
461. Infamous Ford fiasco
462. Infamous marque of failure
463. It had a 'horse collar' grille
464. It was "a no-go" in Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire"
465. It was discontinued after the 1960 model year
466. It was rolled out on Ford's "E-Day"
467. It would "make other cars seem ordinary " per ads
468. Late '50s Detroit debacle
469. Lemon of the '50s
470. Longtime Ford president Ford
471. Make mentioned in "We Didn't Start the Fire"
472. Make of the Roundup station wagon
473. Maker of '58 Pacer & Citation models
474. Mercury creator's first name
475. Model launched on "E Day" in 1957
476. Model named for Henry Ford's son
477. Motor City misfire
478. Motown boner
479. Mr. Ford
480. Much-maligned Ford model
481. Name synonymous with commercial disaster
482. New auto of 1957
483. New car of '57
484. New car of the late '50s
485. Notable car flop
486. Notable flop
487. Noted 1958 debut
488. Notorious automotive failure
489. Notorious flop
490. Notoriously unsuccessful car
491. Old Ford product with Teletouch Drive
492. Old bomb from Detroit
493. Old car
494. One Ford
495. One of Time's 50 Worst Cars of All Time
496. One of the Fords of autodom
497. One of the Fords.
498. Onetime car failure
499. Only son of Henry Ford
500. Pacer for one
501. Ranger that cost about $2 500
502. Ranger Bermuda or Citation
503. Ranger Pacer or Corsair
504. Ranger for one
505. Short-lived '50s Ford
506. Short-lived Ford line introduced '58
507. Short-lived Ford line introduced 1958 (5)
508. Teletouch transmission car
509. The Bermuda station wagon e.g.
510. The Bermuda station wagon for one
511. The Mercury Comet was originally designed to be one
512. This car had Ranger Pacer & Citation models
513. Unpopular vehicle in Leeds
514. Unsuccessful 1950's Ford
515. VIP at fordhouse.org
516. Vehicular bomb?
517. Vehicular flop
518. Victim of a noted 1959 car crash
519. Villager station wagon e.g.
520. What the Mercury Comet was first designed to be
521. What the early bird gets
522. ___ Bryant Ford Henry's son
523. ___ Ford High School (Dearborn MI institution)
524. ___ Ford Mountains Antarctica.
525. ___ Ford Range (mountains of Antarctica)
526. ___ Ford Range Antarctica
527. ___ Ford Ranges Antarctica
528. ___ Ford Ranges in Antarctica.
529. ___ Ford Ranges.
530. ___ and Eleanor Ford House (Michigan landmark)
531. ___Bryant Ford
532. Name in the Ford family
533. One of Henry Ford's 2d's sons
534. It featured a Teletouch shifter
535. The Mercury Comet was originally planned to be one
536. Maker of the Villager wagon
537. Ford fiascoes
538. NY summer time
539. Ford failures
540. Summer hours in NY
541. Ford flops
542. DC hours
543. Unpopular Fords
544. Noted example of 52-Down
545. Famous lemons
546. Summer hrs. at the White House
547. Classic lemons
548. Namesake's collection of flops?
549. Collector's items from 1958
550. '50s flops
551. Part of a prof's email address
552. Teach
553. Put through school
554. Collectible Ford cars
555. N.Y.C. summer hrs.
556. Ford flop that's collectible now
557. Academic's URL ender
558. Mass. summer setting
559. N.J. summer setting
560. Summer hrs. in N.Y.C.
561. Summer hrs. in N.Y.
562. Rama Lama Ding Dong singers, with "the"
563. Summer hrs. in D.C.
564. D.C. summer clock setting
565. Internet address ending
566. Cabinet Department
567. Summer N.Y. hrs.
568. 1999 Ron Howard satire
569. D.C. summer setting
570. Setting for Yankees home games: Abbr.
571. Alternative to .com
572. Email address ending
573. Summer Mass. hrs.
574. The U.S. Open is played on it: Abbr.
575. Shoe width
576. Conger, e.g.
577. Brain scan: Abbr.
578. Wide shoe spec
579. Fat foot spec
580. Wide foot spec
581. Disgusting!
582. Like "The X-Files"
583. Serpentine swimmer
584. Moray
585. Elicit
586. 1999 Ron Howard film
587. Show the ropes
588. Shoe size
589. URL ending
590. Classic car
591. Summer Mass. hours
592. Detroit duds
593. Ford classics
594. Abbr. in "TV Guide" Fall Preview issues
595. Famous '50s flops
596. The station wagons Bermuda, Roundup, and Villager
597. '50s Ford flops
598. Car bombs?
599. Rama Lama Ding Dong group, with "the"
600. 1999 movie directed by Ron Howard
601. Holds the ___ of science by the tail.—Pope.
602. Part of name of Antarctic mountains.
603. Teach.
604. Instruct.
605. What Dotheboys' Hall was not.
606. ___ Ford.
607. What propaganda presumably does.
608. Late son of Henry Ford.
609. Trained to appreciate.
610. ___ Ford (1893–1943).
611. ___ Ford Mts. in Antarctica.
612. Able to be taught.
613. ___ Ford Mountains in Antarctica.
614. ___ Ford Mountains, in Antarctica.
615. ___ Ford Range in Antarctica.
616. Develop mentally.
617. Name in the Ford family.
618. One of Henry Ford's 2d's sons.
619. Summer time: Abbr.
620. Son of Henry Ford.
621. Capable of being trained.
622. Men named after one of the Fords.
623. Father of Henry Ford II.
624. Ford family name.
625. A Ford and others.
626. Car soon to come.
627. Ford name.
628. Henry Ford's son.
629. N. Y. summer time: Abbr.
630. Discipline.
631. Prime founder of the Little Entente.
632. ___ Ford Mountains, Antarctica.
633. Ford and namesakes.
634. ___ Ford Ranges, in Antarctica.
635. Timetable abbreviation.
636. Fords.
637. N. Y. summer time.
638. N. Y. time: Abbr.
639. Summer time: R.R. abbr.
640. Benes.
641. Car soon to come
642. Detroit cognomen
643. ___ Ford Ranges, in Antarctica
644. ___ Ford Ranges
645. Flop of the ''s
646. Dearborn lemon
647. Lemon of the 's
648. Late 's auto
649. Car of the '50s