Engine production at Ford of Canada's Windsor and Essex Engine Plants appears on track to beat 1999's 1.5 million record. Production for the first six months is up 6.8% to 847,000 units. The Windsor engine plant produced 484,000 Triton V-8 and V-10 engines, an increase of 8% from like-1999. At Essex, employees assembled 363,000 3.8L and 4.2L V-6 engines, a 5.2% increase. “All signs point to another record year of Ford of Canada engine production in Windsor,” says Bobbie Gaunt, Ford of ...
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