There will be no delay in launching the revamped ’04 F-150 pickup, Ford Motor Co. Chief Operating Officer Nick Scheele tells financial analysts. There was concern launch of the new truck would be postponed so that Ford could make cost-saving changes to the vehicle platform. Word is that the new model will cost as much as $1,000 more to produce than the existing F-Series, which could leave Ford at a competitive disadvantage in the market. '02 F-150 pickup But Scheele says ...

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