Weekdays 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.

circa 1955: Detroit is the seventh largest city in the United States and a centre for the car-manufacturing industry. (Photo by Carl Purcell/Three Lions/Getty Images)

The film primarily concentrates on the styling changes in body designs, height, seating arrangements, etc. But also talks about independent springing of the front wheels that allowed the engine to be moved forward where the axle had been. This opened up a new field of options for the stylists for body design, location of seats and many other changes. This film was first produced in 1967 and updated a decade later.