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Fremont Assembly

Fremont Assembly was a General Motors automobile factory in Fremont, California. It was the new site for production in the San Francisco area in 1962 with production moved from the older Oakland Assembly. Production continued through 1980 when the plant was closed. Partially demolished (south end and water tower), the remaining plant was refurbished as the NUMMI joint-venture with Toyota.

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Production

The Fremont plant produced Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, and Oldsmobile (Olds 442) cars, as well as GMC Trucks for the Western United States.[1]

Statistics

  • Daily output: 42 cars and 25 trucks per hour (two shifts daily)
  • Daily total: 1,072 vehicles
  • Lines: 112 body styles (44 cars and 68 trucks)

See also

  • List of GM factories
  • NUMMI

References






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