Two of Ford's iconic vehicles will be brought back to life with production to be handled in Detroit. Detroit has been struggling through a recession for 10 or more years but that could start to turn as Ford announces it will bring new production to the Detroit plant.

According to Bill Johnson, a UAW rep for Ford's Wayne, Michigan in an story for Road and Track,

...with the Ranger and the Bronco coming to Michigan Assembly, that absolutely secures the future for our people a lot more than the Focus does," Johnson said

Although the first Broncos won't hit showroom floors till the 2020 model year, there is still plenty of jobs to be had before hand with line set up and assembly.