Ford Motor Co.'s Romeo, MI, engine plant will undergo a $117 million expansion that will add some 75 jobs and increase annual capacity of 4.6L SOHC V-8s by 119,000 units, the automaker says. The 193,500-sq.-ft. addition will house a new aluminum engine block line. Production will begin in 2002, increasing annual capacity at the plant to 780,000 units. Romeo also makes the 4.6L DOHC V-8 and 5.4L V-8. General Motors Corp.'s Oklahoma City assembly plant enters the second week of a shutdown ...

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