SAN ANTONIO – Ford Motor Co. finds itself in an unfamiliar position with its new LCF (low-cab forward) tilt-cab truck. “We're the new player in this industry,” Joseph Castelli, Ford Div. Commercial Truck director-sales and marketing, says during the LCF introduction and media drive here. Castelli (left) and Ford Div. President Darryl Hazel stand with LCF. Ford's LCF is the seventh model to enter the U.S. mid-duty tilt-cab segment, which is dominated by joint-venture vehicles turned ...
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