Oct 25 (Reuters) - Spartan Motors Inc expects its income to grow at least 36 percent in the next 12 to 18 months, its chief executive said on Thursday. The automotive-chassis maker also sees revenue rising at least 19 percent in the same period, CEO John Sztykiel said in a conference call with analysts to discuss quarterly results. Spartan Motors, which earlier reported a lower third-quarter profit that missed Wall Street's view, expects revenue in 2007 to double its 2005 level of $345 ...
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