Big truck sales rebounded in March from the industry's first sales decline in two years in February to post the highest monthly delivery total in industry history. Manufacturers sold 49,476 in March, up 3.6% from year-ago's 47,776. Deliveries of medium- and heavy-duty trucks, like the light-duty segment, have been buzzing along at an incredible sales pace for several consecutive years. Industry analysts and executives predicted big truck sales to remain robust in 2000 but decline ...

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