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Old 04-08-2007, 10:00 AM
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Where your Truck made?

Looking at the list of manufacturing plants where our Trucks are made --- whew! Ford is everywhere. U.S., Malaysia, Vietnam, Mexico, Ontario, Brasil, Venezuela. I'm made in Louisville, Kentucky (E).

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Old 04-08-2007, 10:17 AM
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I'm made in Louisville too. I clicked on the link you had posted there and it's quite impressive. I knew Ford had plants all over the world...but I didn't know they had that many.
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Old 04-08-2007, 10:21 AM
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We're really a global *****...None of the others, but I'd like to pull duty in the Vietnam plant, check out the peeps and countryside.

I'm wondering if the tranny was made in Louisville too...
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Old 04-08-2007, 10:29 AM
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With the popularity of the Model T rapidly escalating, Henry Ford went global...the first auto manufacturer to do so. Assembly plants were built in Dagenham, England; Singapore; Cologne, Germany; Bombay, India; Japan; South America; and other locations. Where there were no assembly plants, new Model T's were shipped CKD (completely knocked down) and assembled locally.
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Sure are global mo fo's! Somewhere along the line I read or heard something about Ford was starting to use Mitsubishi Fuso transmissions. I don't know when or what models. I suppose if I dug around FTE there might be something about it.
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My truck was built in Onterio. Hit the boarder in 2001
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My truck was built in Onterio. Hit the boarder in 2001
Mine was built the same place, 11 years earlier...Have her acting Southern though!...lol
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My 84 was built in 84, but my 69, 70 and 72 were built in San Jose. I don't know where the Galaxie was built, haven't looked it up yet.
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my 79 F150 was built in San Jose
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My 84 was built in 84, but my 69, 70 and 72 were built in San Jose. I don't know where the Galaxie was built, haven't looked it up yet.
Fords built in San Jose (R) went to the following districts: 71 = Los Angeles; 72 = San Francisco; 73 = Salt Lake City; 74 = Seattle; 75 = Phoenix.

Both the Ranger (1983) and the Bronco II (1984) used either Toyo Kogyo (Mazda) or Mitsubishi 5 speed transmissions from day one.

Second digit in FoMoCo passenger cars VIN denotes assembly plant, this is true for all passenger cars from 1960 thru 1979.
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Seems to me... most of my truck was built in my backyard. But originally does anyone have an idea on an 83' F250 351W 5.8L?
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