Sizzling pony car demand leads Ford Motor Co. to bump Mustang production this year to 192,000 units at its Flat Rock, MI, Auto Alliance International Inc. plant. The tally is 80,000 units more than Mustang’s 2004 output and as much as 25% greater than what the auto maker traditionally builds annually. Ford anticipates U.S. sales to reach 160,000-165,000 units this year, topping 2004’s deliveries by at least 19%. The auto maker also sells the car in Canada. Mustang sales currently are ...

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