Ford Motor Co. hopes to challenge Navistar International Transportation Corp. and its 43.5% share of the Class 6 and 7 truck market with the launch of its all-new line of F-650/750 commercial trucks. The design of Ford's newest work trucks, which will replace the long-standing F-800 for the '00 model year, follows closely that of the automaker's comparatively diminutive F-250 through F-550 Super Duty line. In fact, the Class 6 and 7 trucks share 80% of the cab components of their smaller ...

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