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Old 01-05-2011, 08:37 PM
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Watch this old video on making a fisher body

Check out this video on you tube called (body beautifull, 1955). It's origional 35 mm film from the drawing room to finished body. If ya ever wanted to see it all and espicially stamping of the steel and spot welding it together. C-ya Scott
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbquyC8Xz5Y

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Old 01-12-2011, 05:09 PM
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Nice video! The narrator sounds like the same guy that worked for Disney.
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Things sure have changed, huh!!
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Sure have, But give ya a good idea how to put them together.
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Nice video, love the cars they never sold at the end.
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(at work--cannot see video)

But, if it is the one I'm thinking of, did you guys notice that
there wer Pontiac, Oldsmobile & Chevrolet bodies being made???

Another note---the video was actually promoting the 1958 lineup of GM cars.
I guess they did not wish Ford/Chrysler to see what they were doing (probably the exact same thing Ford and Chrysler was doing) for the current model year, as far as assembly.
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a real treat! thanks. couldnt help but notice that equal rights wasn't quite in effect at the time. y'arr! dont want to be racist but everything built in the fifties lasted until the eighties or nineties and everything built now lasts five years and it's a pile of crap (whirlpool).

but its' not what race built it, but the ideals the manufacterer had at the time. like "lasting a lifetime". haha f'ing ha. nobody wants it to last longer than the five year warranty period now. they don't give a good god damn about 'craftsmanship', just give me the money and here is your POS i dont care if it falls apart the minute you plug it in or drive it off the parking lot.

that movie is a testament to the falling of the united states

everything on the inside of my 07 toyota is falling apart or broke already. i am not sure but pretty sure, that my matrix must have been built in amerika, and not by craftsmen either, but a herd of monkeys. sorry, after further investigation i have discovered that my car was built by canukian monkeys, not amerikan. shame on you canukia! you are the equal of our u.s. monkeys now, no wonder your dollar has surpassed ours! eeeek eeeeeek! oooook oooook!

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