Call it the end of an era. Ford Motor Co.’s 70-year old Dagenham, U.K., assembly plant produced its last vehicle on Feb. 20 -- a Ford Fiesta. The facility, which produced more than 11 million vehicles since its inception, fell victim to Ford’s European restructuring plans. The plant will now produce diesel engines for Ford’s European operations.

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