Some of DaimlerChrysler AG’s Toledo Parkway Assembly Plant will be demolished in the next several months due to the opening last year of DC’s new Jeep Toledo North plant. The plant, which dates back to 1910, is losing eight buildings and 2.3 million sq.-ft. (213,670 sq.-m). About 20 buildings will remain at the plant, which does bodies and paint for Jeep Wrangler. Parkway is said to be the oldest working automotive plant in the U.S.

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