<VV> FW: Built by Ford 1941
kcvair at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 23 13:24:05 EST 2010
Great video, I really enjoy seeing the old planes. Doesn't seem possible they could put them out that fast. Took my 1st ride on a B-17 in Oct. Ken Clark
> Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2010 10:49:58 -0500
> From: mvjacobi at comcast.net
> To: virtualvairs at corvair.org
> Subject: <VV> FW: Built by Ford 1941
> Just like they turned out Corvairs just down the road. Amazing how
> efficient the assembly line really can work. I start the vair or any car
> and sometimes take a moment to marvel at how well it works, all the various
> critical parts working just fine. Gotta give engineers a lot of credit, as
> well as the everyday Joes and Janes who put them together.
> Mike in Michigan
> Subject: Built by Ford 1941
> >>> I think you will enjoy this interesting history lesson.
> >>> This film will absolutely blow you away - one B-24 every 55 minutes. ADOLF
> >>> HITLER HAD NO IDEA THE U.S. WAS CAPABLE OF THIS KIND OF THING. There is no
> >>> way he could have even guessed.
> >>> For those who live outside of Michigan , Willow Run is near Bellville,
> >>> Canton and Ypsilanti , MI .
> >>> It's amazing that one B-24 (built with over 1.25 million parts) came off the
> >>> assembly line every 55 minutes
> >>> Take a few minutes to watch this snapshot of history.
> >>> Double Click on: Bomber_plant.wmv
> >>> <http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/15654030/1604819366/name/bomber_plant.wmv>
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