Ford Motor Co. plans to move Mustang production out of the Rouge complex in Dearborn, the lifelong home of the pony car, and replace it with the Ranger pickup and a new multi-activity vehicle, codenamed U260, sometime in 2003, Ford sources tell Ward's. The current plan is part of a multi-billion dollar modernization of the Dearborn assembly plant that calls for transferring Mustang production to AutoAlliance International (AAI) in Flat Rock, MI, a plant Ford jointly owns with Mazda Motor ...

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