Out Of The Relative Quiet Of Oregon’s Rogue Valley Comes The Undeniable Roar Of Brute Ford Power
Medford, Oregon, hides in plain sight along Interstate 5, just north of the California border. This largely agricultural community is on the beaten path, yet far enough off of it that the masses have never really discovered the place. Retirees love it. Natives treasure its natural wealth, where rich evergreens meet Oregon’s desert. The area’s economy, as you might imagine, is driven by agriculture-peaches, pears, even grapes thanks to liberal doses of rain all winter and abundant sunshine in the summer months. It sounds like a good environment for car building, too.