Would-be pickup buyers may be holding back “a little” until Ford Motor Co.’s all-new ’04 F-150 arrives on dealer lots. So says Vice Chairman Allan Gilmour, who tells analysts at a meeting in Dearborn that the auto maker has more than 66,000 dealer orders. But the auto maker has indications more are waiting to pull the trigger on the new truck, instead of buying the Heritage edition F-150 that preserves the previous generation’s design. Late this month, Ford’s Kansas City assembly plant ...
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