KINGMAN, AZ – Like a football team playing with a big lead, Ford Motor Co. is working the clock – or the calendar, in this case – with its rollout of the ’04 F-150 pickup. The only difference is that Ford, despite leading truck sales, is down in the industry’s standings, having had its bell rung in 2001 by a $5 billion loss. So the auto maker is counting on the redesigned F-150 to turn its game around. And like a good coach, Phil Martens, Ford’s vice president-North America product ...

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