Ford Motor Co. says it has broken its all-time F-Series sales record, bettering the former mark of 911,597 units in a single year (2001) and setting an annual truck sales record for any brand in any market in the process. More than 912,000 F-Series trucks were sold in 2004. The profit-rich F-Series trucks are among the few domestic products making gains in Ford’s sprawling vehicle lineup vs. like-2003. The world’s best-selling vehicle line entered 2004 riding a wave of high hopes. ...

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