I had one of those Delta 88's (1975). It only lasted 16 years before I replaced it!! :thumb:don willems said:I wish you could see what I have seen. The evolution of GM in Lansing is amazing. We went from one of the oldest manufacturing facilities in the world to the most modern high volume car manufacturing facility in the world. At our old plant Billy Durant used to build the Durant motor car and then he sold it to the Fisher Brothers and they sold out to GM. Even with that old facility our workforce still produced cars that won quality awards up to the very end. We used to build the Delta 98 and 88’s. We also built the Cutlass. Our windows were painted green so that the Germans couldn’t bomb us at night during WW2. They are tearing down that old plant.
Don,don willems said:I know I sound like a commercial and I’m sorry about that, but this really is cool.
I would guess your have arunning list of small improvments going already. I'm sure with the desire you have that you are getting more improvements than you know what to do with. Good luck with the changes and have fun.don willems said:THANK YOU for you comments.
But, to be quite honest, I am not alone in my enthusiasm. I just went on another tour last night and again had the chance to interview regular Joe’s on-the-line. People here are very excited about this.
We can never rest though. CONTINOUS IMPROVEMENT