Ford Motor Co.’s venerable F-Series pickup trucks have been the best-selling U.S. vehicles for the last 24 years, through 2005, and are in no danger of losing the title, at least not this year, the company says. However, much of Ford’s announced 21% fourth-quarter production cut, or 168,000 units, is F-Series output. While the auto maker declines to disclose how many F-Series units are included, Ford’s U.S. sales analysis manager George Pipas says it’s “something over 50%.” That’s a ...
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