The Ford Retired Engineering Executives (F.R.E.E.) donates a historic marker at Ford Motor Co.’s historic Piquette Avenue Plant. The 400-member group was to gather at the site, which is known as the home of the Model T, for a May 27 ceremony. The plant opened in 1905 and closed five years later due to overwhelming demand for the Model T, forcing Ford to construct a larger Highland Park Plant. About 50,000 units were assembled at Piquette from 1905-1910, vs. 70,000 units in Highland ...

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