Ford Super Duty Truck Production Back On Track By Monday

After the stoppage of Power Stroke delivery by FoMoCo jilted lover Navistar International, and the subsequent court order demanding both sides hug it out, we've now heard it looks like the two sides of the big Power Stroke struggle can now come together and live again in sin. According to the AP: » 3/08/07 2:01pm 3/08/07 2:01pm

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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 10:05am 3/01/07 10:05am

Stroke It, FoMoCo! Navistar Stops Shipping Power Stroke Diesel Engines…

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 1:01pm 2/26/07 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 11:12am 8/22/06 11:12am