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Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama Plant Tour

Visit Us at: http://LTWTV.us - Lets Talk Wheels travels to Montgomery Alabama and the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing facility where they build the popular Elantra and Sonata models. Once you watch this interesting video, I know you will want to take the free tour. Just call 334-387-8019 and make a reservation. Narration by: Mike Herzing Videography by: Lynn David Cole


 


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