DETROIT – Ford Motor Co.’s 350-hp concept diesel, which bowed yesterday in a Tonka-inspired show truck, is “deliverable” by 2004 in a heavy-duty application, the auto maker’s chief technical officer says. But Richard Parry-Jones, who is also Ford’s group vice president-global product development, offers a firm caveat. “We are dependent on clean diesel fuels in order to help us meet the current and projected emission standards,” he says. “Because, historically, diesel fuel in North ...

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