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Ford, and many other car manufacturers, have experienced a serious shortage of electronic calculating chip units worldwide. This has rendered brand new models unsellable, at least until the supply of these chips becomes available once again.

This has caused Ford to temporarily store thousands of brand new pickup trucks, which consist of F-150's and F-250's of all variants, at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky USA.

The chip shortage has become so bad over the last few weeks, that there is absolutely no more storage space left for brand new Ford Trucks at the Kentucky Speedway. Now, Ford has been forced to store more trucks in Detroit.

With the pileup of tens of thousands of Ford Trucks, you can now see the inventory from space!

This temporary storage solution is only beneficial for a brief time for Ford, as each truck is made according to a year model. The longer the cars sit, the older they get, and the more potential damage they occur from being stored outdoors and exposed to the elements.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel, Later Clips, on the Ford Truck Inventory Piling Up And Can Now Be Seen From Space...

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