Ford Motor Co. is considering a plan to move F-150 Flareside production out of Missouri and into Oakville, Ont., to make room for the Lincoln Blackwood sport/utility-pickup, currently scheduled to go into production late in fourth quarter 2000. Oakville is the only other plant in the Ford system that builds a flareside version of the F-150. Ford is worried that Kansas City Assembly in Claycomo, MO, will have serious capacity issues should sales of the '01 F-150 SuperCrew, Ford's new full ...

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