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Motion Pictures 1949 Ford Assembly Line Video

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Marty Strode, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. Marty Strode
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    Satompa, Hotrodmyk, Montana1 and 4 others like this.
  2. I think your safe,cool video. HRP
     
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  3. Good one Marty. The Wizzard
     
  4. The mighty Rouge plant first car produced there was the Model A. It Was the largest manufacturing facility in the world when it was built.Did you see the Rotunda in the background at the end.
     

  5. Buddy Palumbo
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    Thanks for sharing the video. I've seen it before, but don't remember if it had the jazzy music . Very cool stuff.
     
  6. seb fontana
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    Cool vid..New to me..Thanks!
     
  7. VOODOO ROD & CUSTOM
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    Very cool Video. Not bad fingerpickin' either.

    Thanx,
    VR&C.
     
  8. nice Marty thanks......
     
  9. carguy699
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    I really enjoy seeing auto videos like this!! great find!!
    jim
     
  10. The 39 guy
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  11. dirty old man
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    Enjoyed the video, and it was done almost the same way when I worked for GM @ the Atlanta, GA Lakewood Fisher Body/ Chevy plant from '58-'66 on the line. A little automation had occurred by then but not a lot.
    When I returned to the industry as a Journeyman Toolmaker in '77 @ the Atlanta Ford plant, there was considerably more automation involved, in fact I helped install and maintain some of the first robotic equipment.
    Now all the car plants in ATL are gone, but from all accounts both from people who stayed with the industry and followed the work elsewhere till they retired, and from videos I have seen, there's a lot more automation involved now.
     
  12. I'll take one of each..................:)
     
  13. chargin03
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  14. 19Fordy
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    Amazing how different it all is today.
    That "line" looks like it was moving pretty fast.
     
  15. Lots of automation now....as a result way less people getting to be part of the manufacturing middle class....technology has replaced the need for as many people at those plants..
     
  16. flathead4d
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    Thanks, I enjoyed that.
     
  17. cool video, I'll take the woodie wagon.
     
  18. FLASH UNAVAILABLE.......sorry, we couldn't play this video.
    Too bad, I love shubox stuff.
     
  19. Cool!!! I loved how those 2 guys were painting at the same time (32 sec.)
    Awesome transporters at the end. Good music!
     
  20. That was back in the day where everybody worked and labor was relatively cheap.
     
  21. Hey, think I saw my 49 there! It's the black one.............
     

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