Roadblocks, Roadblocks EverywhereEdith Updike
Motoh Katsumata, 51, has waited nearly all his life to sell Fords. His grandfather started selling them in 1924. His father switched to Toyota in 1962 and built the largest privately held dealer network in Japan. But Motoh still dreamed of selling Fords. Last year, his dream came true. Now Mustangs gleam alongside Toyotas in his suburban Tokyo showrooms.
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