DETROIT – Steep declines in its minivan and small pickup sales have Ford Motor Co. executives scratching their heads. Windstar sales fell to 13,843 units last month, compared with 21,136 during March 2001 – a 32% drop. Ranger totals were 21,364 for March compared with 31,324 in the like month last year – a 29.2% decrease. Ford Windstar "Up to now, sales of these models were tracking pretty close to industry declines in these segments," says a Ford spokesman. "So I’m not ...

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