With Ford yet to be heard from, the North American auto industry’s already robust second-quarter production slate just grew heartier with the addition of 38,300 units, much of it coming this month.   The increase pushes up planned output this quarter to 4,086,900 cars and trucks, a daily average of 65,917 units that is 1% better than the prior Q2 plan. It also is 2.9% more than the 64,059 units built daily in the just-completed first quarter on estimated volume of ...

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