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Old 05/15/2006, 06:59 AM   #12

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The reasonable thing for Ford to do would be to issue a license to some of these classic Mustang parts vendors to use the mark. It accomplishes both purposes, asserting ownership and protecting ownership of the mark, while still furthering the ablilty of these guys to sell parts to mustang enthusiasts (something Ford apparently doesn't want to do anyway). Sending a cease and desist letter is a bit over the top, and I agree a way to tick off the fan base. Don't kill all the lawyers!

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