ALLEN PARK, MI – Ford Motor Co.’s GT project is as much about building an engineering base as it is about building an American supercar, executives say. Ford will build production version of GT40 concept car at its assembly plant in Wixom, MI. The auto maker “hand selected” engineers to put meat on the bones of the GT40 concept car unveiled at the Detroit auto show last year, says Chris Theodore, vice president-North American product development. Numbering about 30, they’ve ...

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