Note: This article was originally posted via Squarespace on a domain name I no longer own. I am consolidating all of my ramblings and drabble here.
The last Ford Mustang rolled off of the assembly line today at the Dearborn Assembly Plant in Dearborn, MI. It will be shut down shortly, although plans are being made to convert part of it into a museum. Henry Ford himself assisted in the design of the initial buildings.
I remember driving past the plant with my Dad from time to time when we still lived in Detroit. Lots of history built up in the Mustang, and at DAP.
I just don’t know if it will be the same when the 2005 model appears later this year. According to the press release, it will be built in the Flat Rock plant.