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Good video . I enjoyed watching it . Lot of assemblers were used then. Today video I bet don't use all those people with the new automation we have today. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Dad had a 1936 Pontiac that had sheet metal twice as thick (or thicker?) than they use to make cars now. He had trouble with the flat belt on the engine they used in those days to drive the generator and water pump. I remember him putting sticky belt dressing on that flat belt many times. I started driving that car around the field when I was probably 9 or 10 years old.
 

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Good ole American ingenuity back when it was important, meant something, and was envied by the world.
 
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