Ford Motor Co.’s Windsor (Ont., Canada) Engine Plant hits a new milestone, building its 1 millionth 3-valve V-8. “Nearly one-quarter of all Ford V-8s were made in Windsor, so it’s fitting that Windsor Engine Plant is producing the millionth 3-valve version, a 5.4L Triton V-8,” Plant Manager Adrian Vido says. The Essex Engine Plant, also in Windsor, launched production of the 5.4L 3-valve Triton in November 2002. Following that, the Windsor and Romeo, MI, engine plants also took on ...
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