DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co. expects its July retail sales will outpace fleet deliveries and propel its light-vehicle sales tally into positive year-over-year territory, despite 2009’s incentive-induced total results. “Retail demand is picking up,” Ford Sales Analyst George Pipas says today during a roundtable discussion with reporters. “Even with ‘Clunkers,’ we (will) slightly beat last year’s level,” Pipas says. “I think the industry will, too.” July 2009 marked the beginning of ...

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