Despite some trimming, scheduled first-quarter North American car and truck production still is set to reach the fourth-best level in history, barring any further weather-related interruptions such as those hitting two Ford plants this week. Revised plans call for the assembly of 4,250,800 vehicles in January-March, the industry’s best showing for the quarter since the 4,287,180 units turned out in like 2006 and within 12% of the record 4,811,000 units built in January-March 2000. It ...

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