CHICAGO – Ford Motor Co. has been criticized by analysts and media alike for not having a detailed program in place for replacements for its aged fullsize, rear-wheel-drive Ford Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis and Lincoln Town Car sedans that cater to a sizable number of loyalists. But Ford CEO Alan Mulally counsels patience. “We’ve had good conversations on rear drive but haven’t decided to announce what we are going to do yet,” he says. “But we’re working on it and will have a ...

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