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It's 1958, and via this "workumentary" you're about to meet the heros responsible for bringing to market one of the pillars of British iron. Though replete with all the cornball elements you loved about elementary school educational videos, it does provide an interesting look at how these classic bikes were built. Heck, you'll want to run it at work just for the cheery backing music!

http://www.classicbike.biz/Triumph/Video/VideocodeBSA-CB.html
 

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Thanks for posting this great old film.....it is amazing how these machines are made from scratch instead of outsourcing a bunch of parts then assembling them...!
I would think there would have been a sense of pride in a setup like that since the part you make will end up in your friends hands and eventually result in a finished machine. Not like modern days of computer run robot assembly plants full of cnc machines and outsourced parts.
 
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