General Motors Plants Set the Standard to Meet the High-Volume of Car Production in the 1950's
How do you sell a couple hundred million cars? Build them properly, and do it on a scale the would had never seen, that's how. Throughout its 100 plus years, General Motors consistently invested its profits in the world's best production engineering and machine tools. Back in the 1960's Gm was able to offer scores of options and color choices with most of its nameplates, and still get it right. That's a car-building machine for the ages.
|A typical universal milling machine of the early 20th century. Suitable for tool room, jobbing, or production use.|
|1955 Assembly line, True Virgins!|
|1957 Assembly Line|
|The Ground Work for a New California Assembly Plant.|
|Final Assembly on the Line|
|GM Assembly Plant Campus|
|Mechanical Power Press -electrical outlet box Metal Junction box-Progressive Die Stamping Process|
|Stamp in Action|
|Metal stamping products|
|Body Assembly at the Detroit Cadillac Plant|
|Body Assembly on a 1957 Sedan.|
|Assembled GM Cars Ready to be Shipped to Dealers.|
|1957 Chevrolet Being Unloaded From a Rail Carrier|
|1957 Bel Air Convertible|
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