PARIS – Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd.’s new global rear-wheel-drive program, including the all-new Falcon due in 2013, appears to be “on hold,” raising further doubts about the long-term future of the locally manufactured and designed Falcon. The next Falcon was to be part of parent Ford Motor Co.’s massive new program to replace the old Lincoln Town Car, Mercury Marquis and Ford Crown Victoria with an all-new architecture to be jointly developed in Dearborn, MI, and Melbourne, ...

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