Following seven straight months of F-Series double-digit sales gains, Ford Motor Co. only registered a 1.7% sales increase in April for its best-selling pickup trucks over like-2003. At the same time, Ford’s inventory soared to 956,000 units, which is the highest level anticipated for 2004. Ford F-150 sales slow. The auto maker has been planning a gradual inventory reduction this summer as vehicle production tapers in coming months, but company officials admit there may need to be a ...

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