Gas Prices Drive Ford F-Series Sales Slump

Ford Motor Company's recent decision to reduce production of its very successful F-Series trucks is probably a direct result of rising gas prices. It's been the best selling pick-up truck in the country for more than two decades.

Steve Inskeep talks with the Car Connection's Paul Eisenstein.

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