GM gains on Ford in pickup sales

Henry, Jim
April 2001
Automotive News;4/9/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5924, p36
Trade Publication
Presents information on the car industry in the United States as of April 9, 2001. Decrease in Ford's leadership in the pickup truck sector; Sales performance of car companies.


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