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How They Build Ford Transit Vans

Posted on January 8, 2016

Ford offers its full-size Transit van in 58 configurations that would seem to thwart an efficient assembly process with its mix of wheelbases (three), body lengths (five), roof heights (three) and engines (three).

However, to watch the various configurations move toward completion on a single assembly line at the Kansas City Assembly Plant (KCAP) is to behold what may be the most complex vehicle assembly of a light-duty vehicle sold in the U.S.

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