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Tidayut Nophaket, communications director, Ford Thailand and Kittivut Chairat, dealer principal and managing director, Chokechai CCM Co., Ltd, posed with media attendees and students of the Baan Huay Yuak School during the ‘Good Deeds Good Day with the All-New Ford Ranger’ trip.
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 Go Further: “Good Deeds Good Day with All-New Ford Ranger” Helps Local School in Northern Thailand

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BANGKOK, Thailand — Ford Thailand showed off the capability of the all-new Ford Ranger to a group of lifestyle media during a community service trip in the northern city of Sukhothai.
 
The Good Deeds Good Day with the All-New Ford Ranger’ trip provided participants with a fleet of the all-new Ranger 2.5L VCT petrol engine with five-speed manual transmission and the all-new Ranger 2.2L Duratorq TDCi with six-speed manual transmission.
 
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6/12/2013 5:15 AM