DETROIT – Ford Motor Co.’s Lincoln Div. releases sales totals that suggest the death of its Blackwood program comes none too soon. The storied brand sold 170 of the ’02 luxury pickups last month, bringing the model-year total to 412 – embarrassingly short of the 10,000-unit production schedule the auto maker announced last summer. Lincoln confirms it will build the last Blackwood next year. Originally touted as a “uniquely American interpretation of luxury,” the stylish vehicle has ...

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