Companies always want to protect their paint processes. That and the less airborne contaminants introduced into the paint shop the better. I've been in many body shops and many assembly areas (I'm typing this sitting just yards away from the final assembly area at OAC - video below), and have yet to see a single paint shop in person.They put a lot of focus on A factory (body shop) and then suddenly poof the car was painted and in C factory (assembly). Poor B factory never gets any love. A lot of sort-of-plastic in that 7.
I wish our testers still wore white coats. Theres a photo somewhere of a 50s F-series truck jumping off a ramp with men in white coats standing around it.Yes it's quite easy to see how Rover cars achieved their fame for reliability :lol:
I do like all the men in white coats doing things that men in white coats do