The new Ford Taurus pickup truck is a popular choice for people looking for a cheap ride to and from work.
But that’s not the only reason why it’s popular among the people in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin State Journal has an article about how the Taurus is also popular among people in the steel city of Steel City, Wisconsin.
According to the article, the pickup truck was built to take on steel, and was designed to last in the harsh environment of Wisconsin’s Badger State.
The article goes on to list the other things that make the Tavor popular in Wisconsin:The article mentions the fact that the pickup is made in the U.S. and that it’s sold at the Wisconsin State Fair.
But what about the fact it’s made in Wisconsin?
It’s true that the Turtus in Wisconsin is made at the steel mill in Madison.
The Taurus also is made here in Wisconsin, but the steel used in the assembly is sourced in Mexico.
But in fact, the truck is made only in Mexico and not in Wisconsin itself.
The steel used to make the truck comes from the town of Fazenda, near the city of Oaxaca.
The steel that’s used in Wisconsin was also produced at the mill in Fazendum, Wisconsin, the same place the Tavas are made.
But if you were to buy a Taurus in Wisconsin you would not be getting the product from a state that is the source of the TAVas, but rather from a Mexican company that is also made in Mexico, according to the Wisconsin Department of Commerce and Industry.