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Day Shift & Night Shift for the Ford Chicago Assembly Plant Video Rating: / 5 This clip features Chicago Hammond Organ Historian Harvey Olsen talking about the birth of the B3. Also, get a candid peek inside the old Hammond Plant in Chicago. “Like” us on Facebook. Search Killer B3 for more information. Please share with other fans of Hammond Organ music. Thank you for your support. Visit us at Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts2016 Ford Explorer at Chicago Assembly Plant | AutoMotoTVFord Explorer – Chicago Assembly Plant | AutoMotoTVFord Assembly Plant – Chicago, ILFord Motor Co. Chicago Assembly Plant TourMJ dancer at Ford Assembly plant ChicagoFord Assembly Plant/ First Impression

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  • Eric Held 2 years ago

    My 67 Ford XL convertible was built there it will be 50 years in April and is still in great condition.

  • vegajay 2 years ago

    Based on the oval grill and smaller square reverse lights I'm guessing this was 2000 – 2003 Taurus line?

  • jusmavideos33 2 years ago

    Quality is job #1

  • Francisco Mello 2 years ago

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  • Michael Block 2 years ago

    Chicago Assembly. It has a good history because of these people.

  • Crystal Ortiz 2 years ago

    Miss those people

  • David Lane 2 years ago

    Love this video!!!!!!

  • Ed Macomber 2 years ago

    The finish those organs had was awesome. I never liked the Hammond for liturgical (Church) use, but the Allen DID re-create that pipe organ sound. However, an Allen was not the instrument of jazz or rock musicians. Paired with a Leslie, you had an instrument like no other in modern pop music. I have to see if that building is still there.

  • DandyDon 2 years ago

    Harvey Olsen and Tony Monaco have the New B3 digital as a back drop (viewed from the front.)  The display drawer is evident on the right side.