1970s GENERAL MOTORS RAILROAD LOGISTICS / SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 74672




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Russ Gifford: My parents bought a new 1971 Chevelle wagon, 307, 3 on the tree, antique green with the phony wood sides. I learned to drive in it. We picked it up at the dealer, driving home and were 2 blocks from the dealer and the oil light came on, major oil leak. We got back to the dealer and it was another 2 weeks before we saw it again. Guess the dealer had to finish the assembly job that should have been done at the factory, BUT, it somehow passed all those strict GM quality checks.

pdxrailtransit: If you didn't already know that this was from the Seventies, you could tell by the length of the sideburns.

gblueslover2: This must have been some video only for GM management consumption.

BBT609: they do not make them like they used to. Now it's all plastic...garbage.

Yee 2222: Lemme just go steal a brand new gm car off of a train

jack jones: A lot of motion for a dam jalopy . what hell .

crownprinceofgroovy: I'm surprised this movie was made by "GM Photographic" and not by Jam Handy.

joe ly: i feel sorry for the vega.

Jeff Moss: Bud Taggart...the turboencabulator guy!

Minds Eye Visual Guitar Methods: Video footage of the Vega's being loaded onto Vertipak cars! I love this thank you!

tony miller: Money wasted on R&D.

Richard RT Simpson: @14:49 that looks like a bunch of Mopars on the carrier! Guess the massive GM computer missed that one!
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Russ Gifford: My parents bought a new 1971 Chevelle wagon, 307, 3 on the tree, antique green with the phony wood sides. I learned to drive in it. We picked it up at the dealer, driving home and were 2 blocks from the dealer and the oil light came on, major oil leak. We got back to the dealer and it was another 2 weeks before we saw it again. Guess the dealer had to finish the assembly job that should have been done at the factory, BUT, it somehow passed all those strict GM quality checks.
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1970s GENERAL MOTORS RAILROAD LOGISTICS / SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 74672