DEARBORN – Although U.S. buyers shied away from the Lincoln Blackwood when it debuted in late 2001, the luxury pickup truck has proven popular south of the border. Ford Motor Co. killed the Blackwood in the U.S. in early 2003, after just one model year due to the under-whelming customer response to Lincoln’s first pickup truck.(See related story: Blackwood’s Future Cut Short) However, the Blackwood saw sales success in Mexico in 2004, where the last remaining 100-plus units sold over the ...

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