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A sentimental goodbye to the last Ford Ranger

It's been more than five months since the Twin Cities Assembly Plant in St. Paul, Minnesota went dark. The facility produced Ford vehicles for nearly 100 years before finally being closed as part of ongoing restructuring. The closure coincided with the production of the very last North American Ford Ranger.

Final Ford Ranger to be built mid-month, already sold to Orkin

The Ranger pickup has been an integral part of the Ford truck lineup for decades. But later this month, that will cease to be – at least here in the States. That's when the very last Ranger will roll off the assembly line in St. Paul, Minnesota. And what do you know, it's already found a buyer.

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U.S. Ford Ranger production ending this December

After nearly 30 years, it's finally time for the sun to set on the Ford Ranger. The folks at PickupTrucks.com report that the latest United Auto Workers 879 newsletter states that the Ranger will stop production on December 22, 2011. UAW 879 covers factory workers at Ford's Twin Cities assembly plant in Minnesota where the Ranger is built.

Report: New Ford Ranger to spawn SUV variant

2011 Ford Ranger – Click above for high-res image gallery

Video: Mulally unwittingly confirms next-gen Ford Ranger for U.S. market? [*UPDATED]

Alan Mulally on CNBC – Click above to watch the video after the jump

7 Million Ford Rangers can't be wrong?

2010 Ford Ranger – Click above for high-res image gallery

Not Coming to America: Redesigned Ford Ka, Ranger

2009 Ford Ka - Click above for high-res image gallery

Spy Shots: Aussie-market 2012 Ford Ranger spotted?

As previously reported, Ford's Australian arm is currently developing a new global small truck platform that will underpin the next Ford Ranger here in the United States. Codenamed T6, the truck is likely to be offered in both standard and extended cab configurations and offer various gas and diesel powerplants depending on the country it's sold in.

Spy Shots: Is this the next-generation Ford Ranger? And if so, will we get it?

Ford's recent strategy of combining all of its vehicles from around the world on a single set of platforms may finally bring a new Ranger small pickup truck to the United States once the current model loses its long-running lease on life after the 2011 model year. Spy shooters from the other side of the world have snapped off a s