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  1. Monthly Sales Results
    BY Ted Reed 07/26/13 The Street DETROIT (TheStreet) -- Experts are projecting that U.S. auto sales will show a double-digit increase in July, continuing a four-year trend of sales increases. The increase could be even more but it appears sales are being held back because Ford (F_) can't make...
  2. Ford Car Discussion
    imho: PIX OR IT DIDN"T HAPPEN... Europe's Woes Put Ford Coupe Proposal on Hold - Insideline By Richard Bremner, Correspondent Published Nov 16, 2012 Just the Facts: • Ford of Europe has developed a new coupe proposal, envisioning a car positioned beneath the Ford Mustang, but the project has...
  3. FIN Headline News
    Ford C-Max Hybrid totals over 3,000 Units FordInsideNews.com October 1, 2012 By: Austin Rutherford Ford sales in the United States held steady for the month of October even as one of the worst hurricane "Superstorms" hit the heavily populated East Coast. Total Ford sales came to 168,456...
  4. Chrysler Group Discussion
    Motor Trend No Challenger Convertible, Camaro on Hold Dearth of Convertibles: Tight Money Puts the Mustang Drop-Top in the Catbird Seat By Mike Connor Chrysler will not offer a Dodge Challenger convertible. The car is "dead as a doornail," a source says. And the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro...
  5. Ford Corporate News
    You may have to wait a while to get a 2010 Ford Fusion hybrid ...we probably won't find Fusion and Milan hybrids for sale until about March (2009)
  6. General Motors Discussion
    AUTOMOTIVE NEWS Sources: GM, Chrysler merger on hold OCTOBER 31, 2008 - 1:00 AM ET DETROIT (Reuters) -- A deal to merge General Motors and Chrysler has hit an impasse after the Bush administration ruled out funding for it, three people with direct knowledge of the talks said. This puts any...
  7. Ford SUV/Crossover Discussion
    Ford rolls out new F series — but will it stay No. 1? Amy Wilson Automotive News | January 21, 2008 - 12:01 am EST DETROIT — The best-selling vehicle in the U.S. auto industry — the Ford F-series pickup — might lose its sales crown in 2008. The full-sized pickup segment faces another...
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