Fisher Body 21 Ξ Mister
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The Fisher Body Company was founded in 1908 by the two eldest Fisher brothers, Fred and Charles, along with their uncle, Albert Fisher. The company began supplying bodies for Cadillac and Buick almost immediately in 1910 giving them their start building bodies for American auto companies. By 1913 Fisher was capable of producing 100,000 bodies per year and was manufacturing bodies for Ford, Krit, Chalmers, Cadillac, and Studebaker. In 1919 General Motors purchased 60% of the company and began incorporating it as an in house body factory. That same year Fisher Body 21, the signature factory of the company, was constructed.