Originally Posted by DGthe3
Its possible to build over 320 cars in a single shift. I've heard that it takes less than a minute from one car rolling off the line to the next. Oshawa is regularly the most productive plant in North America. Also, its a bit misleading to base it on how many cars GM wants to sell because the Camaro model year is going to be about 18 months.
My dad says that they had 3rd gen. Camaros/Firebirds rolling off the assembly line at Norwood literally one after another, I think around 900 vehicles a day.
One day, a guy called in sick and they told him to head to the end of the assembly line to drive the finished vehicles out of the plant. It was the best day he ever had at Norwood.