Ford Motor Co. will build a production version of the Fairlane concept, shown at the 2005 North American International Auto Show, in 2008 as an ’09 model, a source familiar with the project tells Ward’s. The new vehicle, codenamed D471, will be built at Ford’s Oakville, Ont., Canada, plant alongside a Lincoln derivative codenamed D472, the source says. The two cross/utility vehicles will replace the Ford Freestar, the only minivan still produced by the auto maker. A Ford spokesman says ...

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