History is being rewritten at Ford Motor Co.'s manufacturing icon, heretofore known as The Rouge. The name is out: it is now officially the Ford Rouge Center. The poster child of the industrial revolution will be replaced by an eco-factory with air and natural light skylights, meadows and a 454,000-sq.-ft. roof sprouting groundcover complete with songbirds. The Mustang, produced at Dearborn Assembly Plant since 1964, will end its run at the Rouge in about three years. The ...
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