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That's too bad. It's easy to get around that with good editing and approvals.Erik Latranyi said:I previously worked for a company where they wanted to feature us on Modern Marvels. As Sales & Marketing Manager, I saw a great opportunity for us. Ownership was too concerned about revealing "proprietary" technologies, so we declined.
I was just going to mention that.Mike V. said:That's too bad. It's easy to get around that with good editing and approvals.
I was just joking. I actually don't remember Extreme Factories being at the plant which means it was probably recorded during a day that I was not scheduled to work. We're running that terrible 3-2-120 you know... bah.dfarc said:I'm sure you'll be edited out! I, or at least some of my body, was in the Challenger one
a couple years back.
It is very condensed, as expected. The entire segment takes 18 minutes including to commercial breaks. I laugh because they show the Durango a lot in the body shop but 99% of viewers wouldn't know the difference anyway.UN4GTBL said:I haven't seen this episode, but I keep seeing new Grand Cherokees everywhere here.
Almost yes. They focused a lot on the body shop. Never really showed the paint area, then showed engines and transmissions. They spent a lot of time at the point where the subframe and drivetrain are lifted into the unibody and then installing wheel with tires mounted and alignment performed. Then they went to the checkout station and that was that.marlon_jbt said:I didn't catch it.
Was it like your typical assembly plant tour video? 15 minutes in the body shop oohing and ahhing at the BORING body shop robots and 3 minutes in assembly, where all the REAL action happens?