Very interesting wheel Assembly.
Did you notice he said production of "model A's went from 1908 until 1927" but a very good video.
Probably take me a little longer to sand those spokes.
When I see those film clips, they always remind me of
Charley Chaplins, "Modern Times" movie. It,s over on "Internet Archives" In case you haven't seen it in a while.
Very Neat! Thanks for sharing this with the rest of us! Much appreciated!
Very cool, is there a way to get a copy? I would really like one thanks again.
Reminded me somewhat of a 1960 Ford I bought, I got a nice letter from Ford in Dallas telling me when "my" car was going to be built. My wife and I went there and were escorted through the assembly area, got to see them painting the body, long rubber hose with a spray nozzle, different hoses for different colors, and a very dis-interested looking painter. That was when they put the "Built in Texas by Texans" in the rear window. We drove it home, and it was as good a car as I ever owned, and if I remember right, was a little over $2,000 loaded. Compare that treatment of a customer to what you get now, and times were pretty good then.
If you google youtube downloader. There is an application that will let you save youtube videos to your hard drive.
Hope this helps.
Tom. I might be re-inventing what Eric just said but this works for me. When you go to the video click on 'share' and then on that screen click on 'email this video' and type in your own email address and it will be sent to your inbox. Dave.
That is really coooool!! I got my wife to look at it and she also like it especially the kids jumping up and down in the back seat. Ken, Thanks for sharing it with us. Joe
Thanks guys, right on, I like this site - I got it, I would like to get it clearer, but I got it and sure enjoyed it. It is quite cool !! thanks again.