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    • fatimamovement
      fatimamovement

      Just about everything Edna from part iii made on the assembly line is now in the junkyard.

      about 2 months ago
    • Crail Clinton
      Crail Clinton

      I watched this in junior high school and have tried to find it for years! Thanks for posting!

      about 5 months ago
    • Mitchell Radford
      Mitchell Radford

      Good ol' Cadam drafting software with the light pin and the function box. That was the basis of Catia solid modeling that is used today.

      about 8 months ago
    • MrDjh66
      MrDjh66

      Very cool love the clay 73 formula I have a 73 transam

      about 1 year ago
    • mike Ellingwood
      mike Ellingwood

      They could hardly survive the ride on transport truck to dealer with out falling apart.

      about 1 year ago
    • jason9022
      jason9022

      America. building junk and half of em are drunk.

      about 2 years ago
    • thunderstorms06
      thunderstorms06

      GM was the best in the 70s.
      todays cars are expensive throw aways,, one smack its on a rolls back...
      back in the 70s many car crashes people drove their bent car to 3 bocy shops for estiments for repairs.
      todays cars dont drive away from the crash. one moment you have a car the next you dont...
      old 70s cars many after a crash drove them around bent up for months till they got the best price on repairs
      They didnt mis work due to (CRUMPLE ZONE OH WALKING AGAIN) THE WONDERFUL 70S CARS I STILL DRIVE TODAY, DESIGNED BY WHITE PEOPLE FOR WHITE CUSTOMERS IN SHOW ROOMS SPECIAL ORDERING THEIR FAVORITE CAR,blacks road the bus or drove handme down bent up worn out old cars..
      Best of all in the 70s cuban were in cuba, and mexicans were in mexico..

      about 3 years ago
    • YPO6
      YPO6 In reply to thunderstorms06

      Early 70's cars had only one advantage compared today's cars. They were better looking.

      about 10 months ago
    • Walter Frederick
      Walter Frederick

      Back then there were assembly line workers that did not care at all.There were assembly plant workers that threw in nuts,bolts and garbage in the car body.This happened with Chrysler too.My father found an empty beer can inside the driver's side door of a 1977 Chrysler which caused a rattle once

      about 4 years ago
    • Pastor Rick Stevenson
      Pastor Rick Stevenson In reply to Walter Frederick

      You know, it’s funny. Everyone claims to have an ‘empty beer can’ story. Someone is usually truthful or many are just full of shit.

      about 10 months ago
    • Walter Frederick
      Walter Frederick In reply to Walter Frederick

      My dad was working at a Chrysler dealership at the time when this happened.No one else could not find this rattle.Pulled the door panel and seen the empty beer can in plain sight.

      about 3 years ago
    • Ortho Chlordane
      Ortho Chlordane In reply to Walter Frederick

      Yep!! They were called Monday and Friday cars.

      about 3 years ago
    • Brian Price
      Brian Price

      all in detroit

      about 4 years ago
    • dshmechanic
      dshmechanic

      LOL pause at 2:41 it looks like the driver has his face buried in a very large person's ass.

      about 4 years ago
    • Goy Wonder
      Goy Wonder

      this is awesome I've always wondered about how machines made machines!!???!!

      about 5 years ago
    • senorkaboom
      senorkaboom

      My folks bought a '65 Chevrolet Impala wagon on special order. It is fun to watch this Rah Rah, General Motors pat on the back, good job film and think about that wagon. We never could get the creaking clunk noise in the rear suspension solved and the dome light would short and blow a fuse every couple months. It also took a few dealer trips to fix the stalling problem. Finally solved with a carb rebuild and complete tune-up. Quality! Number 1. Yeah, right.

      about 6 years ago
    • patbowen
      patbowen

      1st gen Monte Carlos, very cool.

      about 6 years ago
    • judgegixxer
      judgegixxer

      Our phones have ten thousand times the computing power of those old bleeding edge behemoths. lol

      about 6 years ago
    • fatimamovement
      fatimamovement In reply to judgegixxer

      judgegixxer it was that same American know how that sent people to the moon in flying aluminum foil covered contraptions.

      about 2 months ago
    • judgegixxer
      judgegixxer

      That's so cool seeing them digitize the first 2nd generation Firebird from clay.

      about 6 years ago
    • TheCamarodude96
      TheCamarodude96

      Is that a Monte Carlo being built in the beginning!? My dad has a '70 Monte Carlo SS454! wonder if it was built in that assembly line??

      about 7 years ago
    • Brad T
      Brad T

      dude, thanks for posting,i love old school american iron.

      about 7 years ago
    • Ed Gladstone
      Ed Gladstone

      These were the days. Old Factory Style Manufacturing.

      about 8 years ago
    • PhilP824
      PhilP824

      Old School America :(

      about 9 years ago
    • Jared1970Monte
      Jared1970Monte

      Very Cool

      about 9 years ago
    • McCall72
      McCall72

      Sweet, nice to see footage of a 1st generation Monte Carlo being built.

      about 9 years ago
    • charles crisp
      charles crisp

      i love films like this.i hope i can find more like this.

      about 10 years ago
    • bigfancycar
      bigfancycar

      Cool! Nice find.

      about 10 years ago