Ford Motor Co. introduced the Lincoln Blackwood as a concept three years ago at the North American International Auto Show, and the $52,000 luxury SUV/pickup was supposed to be in showrooms before the middle of last year. But the vehicle ran into problems during the factory launch, which didn't happen until October. The problem was in the cargo box, which has a one-piece composite tonneau cover. Getting that cover to fit properly has been a bear for Magna Steyr, the company assembling the ...
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