With new-vehicle sales zipping along at a record clip and a United Auto Workers union contract showdown looming, North American automakers last week concluded their latest round of scheduling meetings with the most robust third-quarter output plan in history. Despite vacation shutdowns at Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp., and model changeover downtime for other producers, a record-breaking 4,018,900 cars and trucks are slated for completion in North American plants in ...

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