As we get ever-so-close to the start of 2021 Ford Bronco production at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant, which kicks off next month, it’s even more interesting to take a look back at the last time a Bronco rolled off the assembly line – the 1990s. And this classic clip contains 20 minutes of footage of exactly that – last-gen Ford Bronco production at the old Michigan Truck Plant, as it was formerly known.
The video is also set to a narration discussing the history of the Ford Bronco leading up to today, which is a nice touch. It then moves on to a discussion of the plant, which used to build both the full-size Bronco and the Ford F-Series pickup. Back then, nearly 2,000 employees worked at the plant. The facility originally opened way back in 1957, right on the edge of a small town – Wayne, Michigan.