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2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Production

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By Dave Ashton

The first glimpses I can ever remember of a car production line was in the 1965 Marther and the Vandellas ‘Nowhere to Run’ music video at the Ford Mustang plant as shown below. Health and safety rules let’s say were a little more relaxed back then, like the bits where the girls are walking past the guys spray-painting up some panels or ducking under a few on the production line. It’s almost hilarious to watch by today’s standards.

Things have moved on a little in 2018 and these two videos show how Dodge and especially the recent Demon are put together on a modern production run. Although automation rules the car building world, it still needs a humans’ dextrous fingers and evaluation to put many parts together. The first video shows the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon assembly-line from FCA US Brampton Assembly Plant, Ontario, Canada giving a good insight in how the car is made start to finish.

The second video is almost more interested as the vehicles go from the sheet metal stamping to final production of the 2017 Dodge Challenger, Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger. If you want to know how your car is built or just an insight into modern car production, these videos are definitely worth a watch. It will also be interesting to see how these 2018 car production videos compare to methods in another 50 years. Maybe we need a girl group making their next music video in a car plant just for historical purposes……………..


2017 Dodge Challenger, Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger Production

Marther and the Vandellas “Nowhere to Run” – Ford Mustang Plant

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