DETROIT, June 24 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Monday that the Lincoln Blackwood luxury pickup truck will go out of production later this summer, after one of the shortest runs for a mass market vehicle in the history of the modern auto assembly line. "The way we've evaluated the program at this point, it doesn't makes sense for us to go forward with it," said Jeremy Barnes, a spokesman for Ford's Lincoln division. Confirming a report that first appeared in industry weekly ...
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