FLINT, Mich. (AP) -- General Motors Co.'s medium-duty commercial truck business is going away.
The production finale is planned for Friday morning when the Detroit automaker shuts down an assembly line inside the Flint Truck Assembly plant.
The Flint Journal and WJRT-TV say 36-year plant worker Richard Smith will drive the final truck off the line.
UAW Local 598 Chairman Dana Rouse says Smith has worked on the commercial truck line since it moved to Flint from a GM plant in Janesville, Wis., in 2002.
GM in June told nearly 400 Flint Truck workers their jobs on the commercial truck line were being eliminated after the automaker failed to sell the money-losing business.
A larger assembly line that makes heavy-duty passenger trucks remains inside the plant.