DEARBORN, MI – The parade of unique cars headed for warehouses – or worse, the shredder – likely will continue, despite the success of Ford Motor Co.’s design prototype and concept auction here June 16. The event – the first time a large auto maker ever has offered its one-of-a-kind concept vehicles for public auction – attracted about 100 bidders and brought in nearly $4.4 million. Net proceeds from the event will benefit the Ford Motor Company Fund, which boosts non-profit ...

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