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  1. Mopar / FCA News
    There are thousands of Jeep Grand Cherokees on dealer and company lots, awaiting sales, all built in the current Jefferson North plant. Yet, the company is spending $1.6 billion on a new plant, which will include two current engine factories along Mack Avenue, and investing $901 million at the...
  2. Mopar / FCA News
    According to a recent piece by Michael Wayland and Chad Livengood in Automotive News, before starting a complex land deal near Jefferson North—at the far Eastern boundaries of Detroit proper—FCA tried to buy the GM Hamtramck plant. The Dodge Main plant was demolished to make room for GM’s...
  3. Mopar / FCA News
    Will the Mack II plant, which made engines and parts, start to make Jeeps? Some time ago, Allpar pioneered this story , based on inside sources. Today, CNBC and the Detroit News have both suggested this may be the case; Automotive News also carried the story. Some distance away from major...
  4. Rumors and General Chrysler Discussion
    Does Anyone Have Knowledge of the Mack Ave. Pentastar Engine Line ( Machining & Assembly) Going to the "Old" Trenton Engine Plant ? This Would Make Room for For "Other" Product the the Mack Ave. Building(s). Several of my "Old" Sources have Said this Out Loud. The Old Trenton Still Has about...
  5. Mopar / FCA News
    In the real of “pure unsubstantiated rumor,” we bring you a post by an Allpar member who goes by the handle “1969 300, ” reporting: I have been hearing from several people that the Mack Engine complex may be absorbed by JNAP to expand production of the next-generation Grand Cherokee. I...
  6. Mopar / FCA News
    The venerable Mack Avenue engine plant, once seen as a sure candidate for parking-lot status, has been awarded a silver World Class Manufacturing award by FCA, just 15 months after its bronze award. Mack is the fifth FCA plant in North America to earn the silver; the others are Windsor...
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