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Updated by Fusion 360 on Nov 30, 2014
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Celebrities Who Have Driven Fords

Since Ford is such an outstanding brand celebrities have been turning to them for all their vehicle needs for years. Some of the most famous names of this generation are the proud owners of Ford vehicles. See which celebrities drove to their local Ford dealer for a sweet ride.

Conan O’Brien

Conan O’Brien, a talk show host, is the owner of a Ford! His show is known from Utah to the East Coast and now his car can be known too. His taste is simple but he does enjoy his luxurious Taurus.

Since Jay Leno is known for his extensive car collection and knowledge on the subject, it is no surprise that he is the owner a Ford. His local dealer knows him by name as he drives off in his classic models.

Jesse James

Jesse James, the notorious tattoo fiend who specializes in the making of motorcycles is also the proud owner of a Ford. His tricked out classic can be seen driving down the coast as he takes in the views.

John Mayer

To the surprise of Utah natives and East Coast natives alike, John Mayer can be seen in his Ford F150. This black model has driven both him and his guitar from concerts to ice cream parlors.

Shia LeBouf

Prior to Shia LeBouf and his movie career, he could be seen driving in a Ford. As his movie career took off, he upgraded. To a brand-new Ford from his local dealer, that is.

Alice Walton

Alice Walton, the heir to Wal-Mart can be seen in the latest and greatest Ford F150. Her taste in luxurious items is clear in her tricked out pick up truck. Utah drivers can take note of her fashionable ride.

Patrick Dempsey, the heartthrob from Grey’s Anatomy, can be seen driving around in his Ford Mustang classic from the 60s.




Ciera Putnam is an automotive writer. Information provided by . Ciera writes for Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah.

John Goodman

John Goodman owns a Ford pickup truck that he can be seen driving from dealer to dealer and even once was spotted at a Utah gas station during Sundance.

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