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In this photo made on Thursday, May 6, 2021, Shults Ford dealership owner Richard Bazzy stands between two of the remaining Ford F150 pickups on the front line on their dealership lot in Wexford, Pa. Ford is warning that it expects to make only half the normal number of vehicles from now through June. Bazzy normally stocks 400-500 pickup trucks at his three Ford dealers, but is down around 100. He's confident that he can keep customers happy if they can order a truck and get it in four weeks, but he fears losing business to competing brands with a huge stock. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

In this photo made on Thursday, May 6, 2021, Shults Ford dealership owner Richard Bazzy stands between two of the remaining Ford F150 pickups on the front line on their dealership lot in Wexford, Pa. Ford is warning that it expects to make only half the normal number of vehicles from now through June. Bazzy normally stocks 400-500 pickup trucks at his three Ford dealers, but is down around 100. He's confident that he can keep customers happy if they can order a truck and get it in four weeks, but he fears losing business to competing brands with a huge stock. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

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