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  1. Trimacar, do you have any idea of who designed the Stewart Warner brakes used by Pierce-Arrow?
  2. Four-Wheel Hydraulic Brake History Malcolm Loughead vs. Frederick S. Duesenberg: The Case of Bragging Rights to the First Four-Wheel Hydraulic Brakes Plus A *Footnote to Automotive History Bert A. Linderman, Stutz, And the Timken Hydrostatic Brake Loughead vs. Duesenberg The names of two men are commonly associated with the advent of hydraulic brakes. They are Californian Malcolm Loughead and Frederick S. Duesenberg of Indianapolis. Loughead filed for his first of many hydraulic brake patents on January 22, 1917 (left below). His filing illustrates an external-contracting-band
  3. I need the cardboard box for the jack etc. for a '53 Packard - used or reproduction. I think '51-'56 may be the same. Call Bill 206-522-7167
  4. 1953 Packard Caribbean, beautiful Gulf Green, correctly restored, 3rd owner. $135,000 For full history, details and photos go to: http://www.billscaribbean.wordpress.com If seriously interested call Bill 206-522-7167
  5. 1953 Packard Caribbean, beautiful Gulf Green, correctly restored, 3rd owner. $135,000 For full history, details and photos go to: http://www.billscaribbean.wordpress.com If seriously interested call Bill 206-522-7167
  6. 1932 Franklin Dietrich "Speedster," Supercharged Airman Model 163. From the 12" headlights to the snazzy, on-board trunk this four-passenger, close-coupled sedan is the quintessential CCCA Full Classic automobile. $79,000.00 For full details & many photos go to: http://www.billsfranklin.wordpress.com If seriously interested call Bill 206-522-7167
  7. Marontar, how can I get a copy of your paper? Bill Deibel 206-522-7167
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