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Nightowl

The 'birth' of a Fiesta...

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Building Fiesta's at Ford of Europe's production facility at Cologne-Niehl, Germany.

Who knows - as it was filmed in April of this year - maybe cars of forum members are actually on the production line!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6HESy1pXHA

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And I was hoping that yu had received the call to say your car was not built

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Wow,thats a good video! Not my car though

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Brilliant video thanks for finding it. Like the sporty looking white Fiesta towards the end in the background :D

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I just like the fact that you get to see plenty of Squeeze ones!

Although a little worried about how easy the bumpers seem to just 'pop' on!

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I just like the fact that you get to see plenty of Squeeze ones!

Although a little worried about how easy the bumpers seem to just 'pop' on!

Worry not Paul. They only 'pop' on as the car is being assembled on the line. They get firmly fixed in place once the plastic wheel arch linings etc

are attached.

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Worry not Paul. They only 'pop' on as the car is being assembled on the line. They get firmly fixed in place once the plastic wheel arch linings etc

are attached.

As a non-techy person I am fine with that as long as they do not pop off while I am driving like a wing mirror did on a classic Mini Mayfair I brought from new once!

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