Thank you for all the support as we celebrated the legacy of one of the most historic automotive plants to ever exist, General Motors' Norwood Assembly Plant in Norwood, OH on the 30th anniversary of its closure.

We gained many new friends and are excited to share our progress as we finish the documentary over the course of the next year!

Stay tuned for more updates!

A special thanks to Logan and Corey Lawson for bringing the first F-Body ever produced!  The serial number one Camaro was really a site to behold!

We've been gathering footage, researching archives, and interviewing those that worked at GM Assembly Norwood, AND those who helped make these cars famous in Hollywood and on Main Street, USA for the past three years to bring you the story of the birthplace of the legendary Chevrolet Camaro and the iconic Pontiac Trans AM. 

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Interview Sneak Peak with the Bandit!

Check out a sneak peak at our interview with the Bandit himself, Mr. Burt Reynolds!  To see more, reserve your copy of "Norwood, Where Legends Were Born" now before it's too late!

Follow our daily video blog as we take "Loretta", Director Drew Money's 1979 Norwood Trans Am, on the road with the 2017 Bandit Run!

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Last Man on the Line

My Dad and I spent time Saturday interviewing Don Johnson (no, not that one, but we think he's equally as cool). Our Don Johnson is the guy who put the final part on the last Camaro on the Norwood assembly line when the plant closed in 1987....


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Many thanks to those who have given their time and shared their stories for this documentary.  Without their participation, much of this history would be lost.  Also many thanks to the men and women of GM Norwood for giving the world such an amazing piece of automotive history.  What the craftsman at Norwood produced still continues to drive excitement all around the world today!