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Here are some real interesting history videos of how cars used to be made. "moderators" if this is in the wrong forum, please move it to the correct one".





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Fantastic find JK!....now I want a '36 Chevy....seeing all those stove bolt sixes brought back a lot of memories from when a 1950 Styline Deluxe 4 dr sedan was my everyday car.
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The only thing missing is a safety guy in the back ground having a nervous breakdown!
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The only thing missing is a safety guy in the back ground having a nervous breakdown!
I work in a car plant in the UK, you would not get on the shopfloor dressed the way they were , its nothing like that now,
the only thing produced on site is the body, everything else is shipped in from around the world.
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