When Ford UK ran out of space at Dagenham in the 1960s, a new factory complex was set up at Halewood near Liverpool. There were two operations, one a massive new transmissions plant (now part-owned by ZF), and the other a mass-production assembly plant. Anglias and Corsairs were then followed by Escorts and Capris, with Halewood known as the home of the Escort from, 1968 to 2000. Classic Escorts were joined by Capris, including 3-litre and RS3100 types. From the 1990s Halewood was converted to build Jaguar X-Types, then Land Rovers of many types.