Today, Ford achieved a milestone rarely matched in the realm of vehicle production, or even biological production: it has built 350 million vehicles—over the course of 109 years, encompassing 149 nameplates, across 38 plants and 166,000 employees today—with Ol' Henry's signature on the front.
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