Transmission shortages and capacity constraints aren't severe enough to slow down heavy- and medium-duty truck sales, which hit 47,876 units in June — a high for 1999 and the fourth straight month deliveries have exceeded 44,000 units. In 1998, a record sales year, deliveries never topped the 40,000-unit mark. June's total represents a 28.9% increase over like-1998 results, and the 37,134 units sold year-ago was 1998's third best sales month. Heavy-duty (Class 8) deliveries climbed 33.9% ...

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