Sunday, September 13, 2009

Buick Assembly 1947

Here is a good view of the roof structure between the two factory's #10 visible on the left and #19/#07 out of sight on the right. When you enlarge this photo you can see the front end sub assembly's crossing the mezzanine from the third floor of old factory #10 heading for the south end of old factory #07/#19 where they will be mated to the appropriate body.

This is the body drop inside the old factory #19/#07 factory built in 1908. Notice the wooden pillar. This area was near the east wall.

This is the south end of factory #62. This was the roofed over area between factory's #19 which was actually old #07, although most old timers just called this collection of original wood and brick factory's #06. Factory #10 is visible on the right. This created the new Unified Assembly Plant in Flint. This roofed over expansion was done in 1925 to meet the rising demand of Buick's.
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Factory #62 Emmanuel Godin

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