The fate of the Ford Crown Victoria sedan and Ford Motor Co.’s dominance of the police-car sector in the U.S. may depend on talks between the auto maker and the Canadian Auto Workers union slated for September. Depending on how those negotiations turn out, it could mean the end of the line for Ford’s St. Thomas, ON, Canada, assembly plant and the Crown Vic, Mercury Grand Marquis and Lincoln Town Car built there. As of the moment, there’s no product allocated to St. Thomas beyond 2011, and ...

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