Demand for V-8 engines has exceeded expectations at Ford Motor Co., so much so that the automaker's Windsor Engine Plant was forced to make expansion plans — for the second time this year. Ford announces it will expand capacity at the plant by another 100,000 units. The news follows Ford's prior announcement — made only three months earlier in January — to boost output at the plant by 50,000 engines. Both increases will put Windsor's capacity at 950,000 units for 2000. The plant makes ...

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