Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. is halting production of its locally built luxury sedans because of falling sales. Ford Australia President Tom Gorman makes the announcement ending production of the Fairlane and LTD sedans in a statement issued before his monthly media briefing. The last models will be built late this year or early next year, ahead of the arrival of the new locally built Ford Falcon next March. Ford Australia has been building the A$75,525 ($62,811) LTD on a ...

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