Judicially Active! Demise Of Ford Averted By Oakland County Judge

FoMoCo execs are breathing a sigh of relief this morning after Oakland County Circuit Judge John McDonald issued a temporary restraining order requiring Navistar International Corp. to resume production and shipments on the 6.4-liter diesel PowerStroke engines used in Ford's big n' bold F-Series Super-Duty haulers.… »3/01/07 10:05am3/01/07 10:05am

Stroke It, FoMoCo! Navistar Stops Shipping Power Stroke Diesel Engines To Ford

Reuters is reporting that Navistar International's stopped shipping big 6.4-liter Power Stroke diesel engines to FoMoCo because of a "contract dispute." The big f-ing engine is the power plant that gives the big F-Series Super Duty the get-up-and-go it needs to — you know — help the automaker become profitable again.… »2/26/07 1:01pm2/26/07 1:01pm

Super Diesel! Ford Announces Diesel Super Duty Pickup For 2007

Just as we reported back in June, FoMoCo's decided to embrace a higher power of diesel engine, and on Tuesday said it's going to drop a new version of its diesel Super Duty pickup as a 2008 model, releasing it into the wilds of the market in early 2007. The Dearborn-based automaker already sells diesels in about… »8/22/06 11:12am8/22/06 11:12am