The sensation surrounding DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s PT Cruiser showed no signs of receding at last week's Specialty Equipment Market Assn. show in Las Vegas. And Ford Motor Co.'s Focus seemed to be threatening to overtake the Honda Civic as the premier compact car for aftermarket accessories. There were about 50 Focus concepts at SEMA, including four rolled out by Ford during an Oct. 30 luncheon that kicked off the week's festivities. The “made in Detroit” Focus borrowed the panel van theme ...
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