Ford Motor Co. confirms its next-generation Mustang will be assembled in Flat Rock, MI, and tells Ward’s the resulting $644 million investment will add a second shift at AutoAlliance International Inc.’s plant. The Mustang concept displayed at this year’s auto show in Detroit, hints strongly at Ford’s next-generation pony car. Following construction of a new body shop that will enable the plant to accommodate two distinct platforms, production begins in the fall of 2004, Ford ...

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