Some people use cars as just a way to get around. To some, they’re another avenue of personal expression. Some virtually live out of their cars, using them as mobile offices and rolling fast food joints.

But to some of us, cars are fascinating all by themselves. Their design and construction, their technology and mechanics, their history — it’s all interesting.

For you guys, here’s some footage of auto assembly lines, so that you can see and appreciate the workmanship that goes into auto assembly. First, a time-capsule clip of a Chevy plant in Flint, Michigan from 1936.

Now here’s some footage of the 2010 Chevy Camaro. Can you spot any differences in how things are done?

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