Ford announced that the glass plant in Tulsa will be sold or closed by 2008

Jim Ragsdale dotes upon a furnace that allows Ford Motor Co.'s glass plant in Tulsa to crank out about 10 million square feet of glass a month.

He's been punching in for 28 years, planning a nice retirement.

Now Ford wants to sell the plant, and the company is dangling eight different buyout packages before the facility's 510 hourly employees.

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