Ford marks 100 years of the moving assembly line

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The bed is lowered onto the chassis of a Ford pickup truck at a plant in Louisville, Ky., in 1973. Attempts to adopt viable alternatives to the moving assembly line, particularly processes that aren’t so numbingly repetitive for plant workers, have been elusive in the auto industry as well as other industries.