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Ultimate Factories Visits Rolls Royce In HD

Illustration for article titled emUltimate Factories/em Visits Rolls Royce In HD

Following National Geographic's Ultimate Factories visit to the Lamborghini factory, we were eager to see what their next stop would be. Turns out it's Rolls Royce.

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The tour of the Roller factories starts off in Unterhallerau, Germany where the frame and body are constructed and then shipped to Dingolfing for primer and paint and it's shipped again to the dedicated facility in Goodwood for final assembly and custom detailing. That Goodwood facility employs about 450 workers ranging regular assembly staff to experts in sewing and woodwork. Take a look for yourself

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Illustration for article titled emUltimate Factories/em Visits Rolls Royce In HD
Illustration for article titled emUltimate Factories/em Visits Rolls Royce In HD

[National Geographic]

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DISCUSSION

The woodwork in a Rolls is meticulously well done, if not especially difficult work for a competent woodworker. With the appropriate jigs and other equipment, I could do as well.

But being a cheap bastard, I'd leave off the expensive and difficult walnut burl, and do mine in a nice sugar maple.

What can I say, I'm a Murrican.