WINDSOR, Ont., Canada – Job 1 of the all-new ’04 Ford F-Series pickup is not slated to roll off the assembly line in Norfork, VA, until June, but its engine is ready and waiting. A new 5.4L 3-valve Triton SOHC V-8 finished assembly at the Essex Engine Plant here April 29 with great flourish as the 100 millionth V-8 produced by Ford Motor Co. – an accomplishment more than 70 years in the making. It will be set aside for the first new-generation F-150. Ford invested C$770 ...

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