DEARBORN – Ford Motor Co.’s knight in shining armor doesn’t ride a white charger. He drives a ’37 Jaguar SS 100. In fact, he doesn’t wear armor, either. Nick Scheele wears his heart on his sleeve – a style that seemed to suit him well the last time he was forced to slay a dragon. This time, however, the scaly beast has four heads. And they’re all cranky – some more than others. Of late, the menacing monster’s been hovering over The Glass House, seat of automotive royalty, and ...
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