Ford of Canada Ltd. will be shipping V-8 engines made at its Essex Engine Plant in Windsor, Ont., to Australia. The Triton V-8 is a 3-valve version of Ford’s 5.4L Triton. Initial production will go to Australia for the Ford Fairmont Ghia and be optional on other models in the Falcon range. Production in 2003 will increase significantly for use in the next-generation F-150 pickup trucks, Ford of Canada says.
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