DEARBORN – When Ford Motor Co. hand-selected engineers to design its GT supercar in time for next month’s corporate centennial, the auto maker planned to reassign them following launch. ‘Workhorse No.3’ NVH attribute vehicle for Ford GT. Enriched by the experience, Ford hoped they would spread enthusiasm and encourage creativity among their colleagues. (see related story: Significance of GT Production Runs Deep, Ford Says) This remains the goal, but there could be a slight ...

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