Ford's sales have been up big in 2013. Thanks to the strength of new models such as the Fusion and perennial favorites such as the F-150, Ford has gained more market share in the U.S. than any other automaker so far this year.
But that has led to an interesting problem for Ford: making enough of its hot cars and trucks to meet demand. In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at Ford's latest moves to increase production in North America -- and what those moves might mean for Ford's profits later this year.
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