DETROIT – Don’t expect to see the Ford Forty-Nine on the auction block when the No.2 auto maker sells off 51 concept cars. Ford Forty-Nine "We’re only selling the ones we’re comfortable with selling," a Ford Motor Co. spokeswoman says. Mighty F-350 Tonka? Nope. Not even the iMac-on-wheels quirky 24.7? Negative. "We still have demand for that one at auto shows," the spokeswoman says, adding Ford is hanging on to more than 20 prototype vehicles. Be assured, however, ...
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