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12170. Datsun. Datsun Truck Service Manual, Model 520. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Tokyo: n.d. but 1960's; later pencil date "approx. 1966-67." Publication no. 45211. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, Japanese Car, Datsun, Nissan, 520, Nissan Motor Company, Tokyo, Japan. 7-1/4 x 10-1/4, 226 pp., in factory post binding, red and black on avocado flexible vinyl cover, black and white text, profusely illustrated, plus some foldout technical drawings. Exhaustive specifications, in English. Models 520-U and 520-UT. A New Old Stock copy in excellent condition. Older manuals of any kind for Japanese vehicles are surprisingly elusive; service manuals are rare, especially in this condition. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. 120.00

12171. Datsun. Datsun Bluebird Service Manual, Model 312-U. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Tokyo: n.d. but 1959-62 period. Publication no. 42111. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Datsun, Nissan, Bluebird, Nissan Motor Company, Tokyo, Japan. 7-1/4 x 10-1/4, 202 pp., in factory post binding, gold and black on royal blue flexible vinyl cover, black and white text, profusely illustrated. Exhaustive specifications, in English. Model P(L)312. Bubbling of inner paper lining of vinyl cover, some fore-edge soiling, else very satisfactory. Older manuals of any kind for Japanese vehicles are surprisingly elusive; service manuals are rare. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. 170.00

12172. Datsun. Datsun Service Manual, Sports Car Model SP(L) 310. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Tokyo: n.d. but early 1960's. Publication no. 43111. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Datsun, Nissan, Fairlady, Nissan Motor Company, Tokyo, Japan. 7-3/4 x 10-1/4, 183 pp., in factory post binding, gold and black on bright red flexible vinyl cover, black and white text, profusely illustrated. Exhaustive specifications, in English. Model SP(L) 310, the beloved Fairlady. One soft vertical crease edge of vinyl cover, very light soiling a small number of pages, else very fine. Older manuals of any kind for Japanese vehicles are surprisingly elusive; service manuals are rare. Other Fairlady items listed separately. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. 240.00

12173. Datsun. Datsun Fairlady Parts Catalog, Model SP310, SPL310. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Tokyo: 1963. No publication no. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Datsun, Nissan, Fairlady, Fair Lady, 1500, Nissan Motor Company, Tokyo, Japan. 7-1/4 x 10-1/4, 169 pp. in English + supplementary section in Japanese, in factory squareback binding, red and black on flexible white card cover, lovely translucent textured vinyl jacket bearing Nissan logo, black and white text, profusely illustrated with more than 60 full-page line drawings of parts of every description. Models SP310 and SP(L)310, the beloved Fairlady. Trivial soiling of (washable) vinyl jacket, else very fine, showing virtually no use. Older manuals of any kind for Japanese vehicles are surprisingly elusive; service manuals are rare. Other Fairlady items listed separately. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. 220.00

12174. Datsun. Datsun Fairlady Parts Catalog, Model SP310, SPL310-2. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Tokyo: (Sept. 1), 1963, Supplement. No publication no. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Datsun, Nissan, Fairlady, Fair Lady, 1500, Nissan Motor Company, Tokyo, Japan. 7 x 10, 65 pp. + 6 pp. index in English + 22 pp. supplementary section in Japanese, perfect binding, red and black on white card cover, black and white text, profusely illustrated with 39 full-page line drawings of parts of every description. Models SP310, SPL310-2, the beloved Fairlady. Trivial shelf wear, else a New Old Stock copy, showing virtually no use. Older manuals of any kind for Japanese vehicles are surprisingly elusive; service manuals are rare. Other Fairlady items listed separately. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. 95.00

12175. Datsun. Datsun Sports-Car Parts Catalog, Fair Lady SPL 212, SPL 213. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Tokyo: 1961. No publication no. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Datsun, Nissan, Fairlady, Fair Lady, 1500, Nissan Motor Company, Tokyo, Japan. 7-1/4 x 10-1/4, 172 pp. in English + supplementary section in Japanese, in factory squareback binding, red, mint green, and black on flexible white card cover, lovely translucent textured vinyl jacket bearing Nissan logo, black and white text, profusely illustrated with 68 full-page line drawings of parts of every description. Models SPL 212, SPL 213, the beloved Fairlady (here called Fair Lady!). Trivial soiling of (washable) vinyl jacket, else excellent, showing virtually no use. Older manuals of any kind for Japanese vehicles are surprisingly elusive; service manuals are rare. Other Fairlady items listed separately. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. 240.00

12176. Toyota. Toyota Crown Custom Owner's Manual. Toyota Motor Sales Co., Ltd., Nagoya, Japan: (1959). Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Japanese Car, Toyota, Toyopet, Nagoya, Japan. 5-3/4 x 8-1/4, (61) leaves. Evidently a contemporary printers proof or early internal mechanical-in-progress of the English-language manual, comprising 61 single-sided browntone photoprints, one for each page, with original hand-trimmed black-and-white glossy photographs pasted in position! In all, 17 original photos, mounted atop the printed images they are to replace. This would then have been resubmitted to their printer, to prepare for actual printing of the manual. Tops of first two leaves somewhat tattered at blank upper margins, final leaf wrinkled, one crease across bottom all leaves, else good. A fascinating, unique artifact, from one of the largest private collections of older Japanese auto literature. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. 160.00

12179. Otto U. King, D.D.S., Editor. The Journal of the National Dental Association. National Dental Association, Chicago: Mar., 1922. Science, Dental, Dentist, Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Teeth, Tooth, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Denture, Jaw, Mouth, National Dental Association, American Dental Association. 6-1/2 x 9-1/2, 92 pp. + 66 pp. advertisements, ornate lilac, mocha, and black wrappers. Articles include, "Root-Canal Therapy - A Symposium," "Jaw Relationship During Denture Construction," "Root-Canal Sterilization," "Abnormal Surface Wear on Teeth," "Dental Education," "Oral Hygiene Lecture," "Oral Diagnosis," "Full Lower Denture," "Roentgenographic and Clinical Findings," and an editorial urging "Greater Breadth of Vision": "The crying need among dentists is a larger concept of professional life thru the medium of a cultural extension of their activities into a wider range of interests than the mere routine of daily practice. Nothing can be more pathetic than a professional man drifting down the western slope of life with his vision narrowed into one little worn gulley cut in the hillside thru years and years of concentration on one idea...." Lengthy editorial implores dentists to have outside interests. "It may be music, art, horticulture, mechanics, or literature. It may be none of these, but something else that is so absorbing that it possesses the man, and actually claims his very soul at times. This makes of the dental practitioner not only a better man but a better dentist...." Circulation of the Journal includes one dentist in Porto Rico, 4 in The Philippines, 10 in Alaska, but 1,095 in Wisconsin! Many of the ads are illustrated, and offer a wide range of dental products, including toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental cabinets, dentures, appointment books, gold color alloy, and many other items. Waterstains, dampstain at inside lower portion final 20 pp., some leaves somewhat stuck but probably separable with care, balance very satisfactory, clean, and fascinating. Scarce; forerunner of the American Dental Asso e listed separately. 21.50

12180. Otto U. King, D.D.S., Editor. The Journal of the American Dental Association. American Dental Association, Chicago: Dec., 1924. Science, Dental, Dentist, Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Teeth, Tooth, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Denture, Jaw, Mouth, National Dental Association, American Dental Association. 6-1/2 x 9-1/2, 118 pp. + viii yearly Index + 64 pp. advertisements, ornate lilac, grey, and black wrappers. Articles include, "Dental Disorders," "Effects of Deficient Diets," "Alterations in Blood and Saliva," "Periapical Sterilization," "Root-Canal Technic," "Periodontoclasia," "Hypertrophy of Gums," "Malocclusion," "Diet and Preventive Dentistry," "Problems of Articulation," "Anesthesia," "Cancer of Mouth and Tongue," and "Sweets and the Teeth." Many of the ads are illustrated, and offer a wide range of dental products, including toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental cabinets, dentures, appointment books, gold color alloy, and many other items. Tear at blank top edge cover and first leaf, side tear at first leaf, light tip and spine wear, else fine, clean, and fascinating. Scarce. Another issue listed separately. 32.50

12181. Dento. Unused dentists' prescription blanks, c. 1924, bearing script logo "Dento," evidently makers of an oral treatment in paste and lotion forms. Dento: n.d. but c. 1924, perhaps slightly earlier. Science, Dental, Dentist, Dentistry, Dento, Oral Surgery, Teeth, Tooth, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Denture, Jaw, Mouth, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical, Prescription. 3-1/2 x 5-1/2 oblong, black on ivory linen-finish. "Rx," with spaces for dosages of "Paste" and "Lotion" to be entered, with dentist's signature below. Interesting dental ephemera. Mint condition. Three sheets (one pad available; inquire for discount), 3.95

12183. Auto-Moto. Auto-Moto-Zpravodaj - Oficielni Organ Ligy Ceskoslovenskych Motoristu. Prague, Czechoslovakia: 1929, Vol. VII, No. 3. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Race, Racing, Czech, Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian, Moravia, Moravian, Slovak, Slovakian, Prague, Praga, B.M.W., BMW, Matchless, Motobecane, Motosachoche, Neracar, Norton, Opel, Orion, Puch, Ford, Lincoln, Tatra, Norton, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless. Rare prewar Czech auto and motorcycle magazine. 9 x 12, (24) pp., red and blue on white wrappers, black on groundwood text, many illustrations and advertisements. Front-cover ad for Praga Piccolo Sport; ads for B.M.W., Matchless, Motosachoche, Motobecane, Neracar, Norton, Opel, Orion, and Puch motorcycles, most with illustrations. Editorial includes photos of cars in sporting events and in the snow. Interesting directory of Prague garages and salesrooms, including Ford, Lincoln, and Tatra, and Norton, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless, and other motorcycles. Bound-in subscription form intact. Original vertical fold for mailing, some wrinkles from postal handling, else clean and very good. Needless to say, the only prewar Central or Eastern European motoring magazines we have ever had. (Eight other issues, listed separately; discount for all.) 29.50

12184. Auto-Moto. Auto-Moto-Zpravodaj - Oficielni Organ Ligy Ceskoslovenskych Motoristu. Prague, Czechoslovakia: 1929, Vol. VII, No. 6. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Race, Racing, Czech, Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian, Moravia, Moravian, Slovak, Slovakian, Prague, Praga, Automoto, Star, Neracar, Orion, Norton, Opel, Mathis, Walter, Monte Carlo, Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless. Rare prewar Czech auto and motorcycle magazine. 9 x 12, (28) pp., red and blue on white wrappers, black on groundwood text, many illustrations and advertisements. Front-cover photo of car at Monte Carlo; ads for Automoto, Star, Neracar, Orion, Norton, and Opel motorcycles, and Mathis and Walter automobiles, most with illustrations. Editorial includes photos of cars and motorcycles in sporting events. Interesting directory of Prague garages and salesrooms, including Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, and Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless, and other motorcycles. Bound-in subscription form intact. Original vertical fold for mailing, some wrinkles from postal handling, light cockling, else clean and very good. Needless to say, the only prewar Central or Eastern European motoring magazines we have ever had. (Eight other issues, listed separately; discount for all.) 29.50

12185. Auto-Moto. Auto-Moto-Zpravodaj - Oficielni Organ Ligy Ceskoslovenskych Motoristu. Prague, Czechoslovakia: 1929, Vol. VII, No. 8. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Race, Racing, Czech, Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian, Moravia, Moravian, Slovak, Slovakian, Prague, Praga, Morris, Mathis, Dixi, Opel, Star, Velocette, Motosacoche, Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless. Rare prewar Czech auto and motorcycle magazine. 9 x 12, (24) pp., red and blue on white wrappers, black on groundwood text, many illustrations and advertisements. Front-cover photo of motorcycle racers in winter; ads for Morris, Mathis, and Dixi automobiles, and Opel, Star, Velocette, and Motosacoche motorcycles, most with illustrations. Editorial includes photos of cars and motorcycles in sporting events. Interesting directory of Prague garages and salesrooms, including Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, and Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless, and other motorcycles. Bound-in subscription form intact. Original vertical fold for mailing, light wrinkles from postal handling, else clean and very fine. Needless to say, the only prewar Central or Eastern European motoring magazines we have ever had. (Eight other issues, listed separately; discount for all.) 29.50

12186. Auto-Moto. Auto-Moto-Zpravodaj - Oficielni Organ Ligy Ceskoslovenskych Motoristu. Prague, Czechoslovakia: 1929, Vol. VII, No. 9. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Race, Racing, Czech, Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian, Moravia, Moravian, Slovak, Slovakian, Prague, Praga, Morris, Mathis, Motosacoche, Norton, Star, Opel, Triumph, Puch, Coventry Eagle, Velocette, BD, Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless. Rare prewar Czech auto and motorcycle magazine. 9 x 12, (26) pp., red and blue on white wrappers, black on groundwood text, many illustrations and advertisements. Front-cover photo of motorcycle racers in winter on Coventry Eagle; ads for Motosacoche, Norton, Star, Opel, Triumph (full page with three photos), Puch, Coventry Eagle, Velocette, and BD (outside back cover in two colors) motorcycles, and Morris and Mathis automobiles, most with illustrations. Editorial includes photos of cars and motorcycles in sporting events. Interesting directory of Prague garages and salesrooms, including Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, and Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless, and other motorcycles. Bound-in subscription form intact. Original vertical fold for mailing, light wrinkles from postal handling, else clean and very fine. Needless to say, the only prewar Central or Eastern European motoring magazines we have ever had. (Eight other issues, listed separately; discount for all.) 31.50

12187. Auto-Moto. Auto-Moto-Zpravodaj - Oficielni Organ Ligy Ceskoslovenskych Motoristu. Prague, Czechoslovakia: 1929, Vol. VII, No. 10. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Race, Racing, Czech, Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian, Moravia, Moravian, Slovak, Slovakian, Prague, Praga, Norton, Opel, Triumph, Matchless, FN, Velocette, Motosacoche, Mathis, Montlhery, Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, Morris, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU. Rare prewar Czech auto and motorcycle magazine. 9 x 12, (24) pp., red and blue on white wrappers, black on groundwood text, many illustrations and advertisements. Front-cover photo of race car in paddock at Montlhery; ads for Norton, Opel, Triumph (full page with large illustration), Matchless, FN, Velocette, and Motosacoche motorcycles, and Mathis automobiles, most with illustrations. Editorial includes photos of cars and motorcycles in sporting events. Interesting directory of Prague garages and salesrooms, including Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Gardner, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, Morris, and Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Neracar, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Indian, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless, and other motorcycles. Bound-in subscription form intact. Original vertical fold for mailing, light wrinkles from postal handling, triangular section back cover lacking, probably where adhered to mailing wrapper, else clean and very fine. Needless to say, the only prewar Central or Eastern European motoring magazines we have ever had. (Eight other issues, listed separately; discount for all.) 29.50

12189. Auto-Moto. Auto-Moto-Zpravodaj - Oficielni Organ Ligy Ceskoslovenskych Motoristu. Prague, Czechoslovakia: 1929, Vol. VII, No. 14. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Race, Racing, Czech, Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian, Moravia, Moravian, Slovak, Slovakian, Prague, Praga, Voisin, Motosacoche, Matchless, Norton, Opel, FN, Triumph, Condor, Velocette, Dunelt, Sarolea, Mathis, Morris, Walter, Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Morris, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, Durant/Rugby, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Derad, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU. Rare prewar Czech auto and motorcycle magazine. 9 x 12, (28) pp., red and blue on white wrappers, black on groundwood text, many illustrations and advertisements. Front-cover photo of Voisin race car entering paddocks; ads for Motosacoche (in two colors), Matchless, Norton, Opel, FN, Triumph (full page with large illustration), Condor, Velocette, Dunelt, and Sarolea motorcycles, and Mathis, Morris, Praga, and Walter automobiles, most with illustrations. Editorial includes photos of cars and motorcycles in sporting events. Interesting directory of Prague garages and salesrooms, including Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Morris, Auburn, Mathis, Cadillac, Opel, Marmon, Hupmobile, Durant/Rugby, and Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Derad, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless, and other motorcycles. Bound-in subscription form intact. Original vertical fold for mailing, light wrinkles from postal handling, else clean and very fine. Needless to say, the only prewar Central or Eastern European motoring magazines we have ever had. (Eight other issues, listed separately; discount for all.) 31.50

12190. Auto-Moto. Auto-Moto-Zpravodaj - Oficielni Organ Ligy Ceskoslovenskych Motoristu. Prague, Czechoslovakia: 1929, Vol. VII, No. 18. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Race, Racing, Czech, Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian, Moravia, Moravian, Slovak, Slovakian, Prague, Praga, Caracciola, Zbraslav, Jiloviste, Matchless, Norton, Opel, FN, Triumph, Condor, Star, Velocette, Dunelt, Sarolea, Morris, Opel, Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Morris, Auburn, Cadillac, Marmon, Hupmobile, Mathis, Durant/Rugby, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Derad, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU. Rare prewar Czech auto and motorcycle magazine. 9 x 12, (24) pp., red and blue on white wrappers, black on groundwood text, many illustrations and advertisements. Front-cover photo of Caracciola at speed in car #72, winning local race; ads for Matchless, Norton, Opel, FN, Triumph (full page with large illustration), Condor, Star, Velocette, Dunelt, and Sarolea motorcycles, and Morris and Opel automobiles, most with illustrations. Editorial includes photos of cars and motorcycles in sporting events. Interesting directory of Prague garages and salesrooms, including Oldsmobile, Chenard & Walcker, Morris, Auburn, Cadillac, Marmon, Hupmobile, Mathis, Durant/Rugby, and Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Orion, Rudge, Chater-Lea, Royal Enfield, Sunbeam, Calthorpe, Derad, Grizzly, Dunelt, NSU, Matchless, and other motorcycles. Bound-in subscription form intact. Original vertical fold for mailing, light wrinkles from postal handling, else clean and very fine. Needless to say, the only prewar Central or Eastern European motoring magazines we have ever had. (Eight other issues, listed separately; discount for all.) 29.50

12191. Hemmings Motor News. Hemmings Motor News. Hemmings Motor News, Quincy, Ill.: Jan., Feb., Mar., June, and July 1969. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Brass Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Custom Car, Milestone Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Motorcycle, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Vintage Motorcycle, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Race, Racing, Ford, Model T, Model A, Auburn, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Cord, Duesenberg, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, Oldsmobile, Packard, Pierce-Arrow, Pontiac. 5-1/4 x 8, 192, 200, 216, 216, and 208 pp. respectively, black and white. Fascinating group of the quintessential hobby magazine, from this ancient period when one could buy a 1939 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine for $1,800, 1936 Auburn for $2,795, a 1939 Packard Convertible for $695, and thousands of other bargains. Much of "Hemmings" in this early period was devoted to Ford, making these wonderful for browsing and reference. Moderate cover toning, light handling wear, but clean and very good. All 5 issues, only 9.75

12192. Audi. 1991 Audi full-color sales catalogue. Audi of America, Inc.: Sept. 1991. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Brass Car, Classic Car, Coachbuilt Car, Custom Car, German Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Race, Racing, Audi, Quattro, Auto Union, Auto-Union, Horch, Alpensieger, Grand Prix, Art Deco, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Streamline, Graphic Design, Industrial Design. 8-1/2 x 10, 28 pp., varnished cover, premium enamel text, full-color throughout. Combining superlative photography and a very high standard of pressmanship. Magnificent full-page art photographs of early Audi cars, including closeup of brass-and-gas headlamp of 1912-14 Alpensieger, radiator shell of 1933-38 Audi "Front" 225, head-on view of 1934 Auto Union Grand Prix race car, streamlined nose of 1937-40 Horch 853A, unbelievable hammered brass and honeycomb radiator and headlamp of 1922-24 Horch 10/35, locomotive-like hood of 1939 Audi 920 Cabriolet, 1911 Audi Type C, and more; the outside back and outside front covers offer a stunning photo of the fender and nose of a Thirties streamliner, the car's sensuous curves wrapping around the spine of the catalogue. 1991 models pictured and fully described comprise V8 Quattro, 200 Quattro, 200, 200 Quattro Wagon, 100 Quattro, 100, Coupe Quattro, 90 Quattro, 90, 80 Quattro, and 80. Few modern sales catalogues combine this quality of concept, design, camera work, and printing. A wonderful addition to the library of those interested not only in Audi, but in industrial design, streamlining, auto racing, and graphic design. New Old Stock, in mint condition. (20 available; discount for all.) 8.75

12194. Oldsmobile. 1976 Oldsmobile owner's manual, entirely in Arabic. Oldsmobile Motor Div., printed in U.S.A. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Oldsmobile, 1976, Hydra-Matic, Hydra Matic, Hydramatic, Transmission, Automatic Transmission, Arabic. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, paginated in Arabic but 1/2" thick, jade green and black on white card cover, black and white text, numerous photographs and illustrations, index. Much more substantial than domestic-market owner's manuals, evidently covering the full Olds model range for 1976. Some cover scuffing, hard wrinkles top portion most leaves, else internally clean and apparently unused. An interesting addition for the advanced collector of Olds material, or for the Arabic-speaking owner. Understandably rare. 47.50

12195. Peugeot. Group of five publications relating to Peugeot 504. Peugeot (4 items) and Peter Russek Glovebox Series (1 item), respectively: 1966, 1969, 1974, 1974, and 1971. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, French Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Peugeot, 504. 1: "Alternator - Technical Description," issued by Peugeot, printed in France, in English, Apr. 1966, form no. 875 E, 8-1/4 x 10-1/2, 15 pp., black on buff card covers, black and white text, illustrated. Cover stains and soiling, internally very fine and clean. * 2: "Workshop Manual - 504 Automatique," "Temporary Edition," issued by Peugeot, printed in France, in English, Aug. 1969, form no. 1304 E, 8-1/4 x 10-1/2, 34 pp., blue on pale green card covers, black and white text, illustrated with many crisp photos. Light edge toning covers, else N.O.S., in excellent condition. * 3: Sales folder, 1974 504, blue and red on bright silver duplex metallic covers, unusual triple gatefolds left and right, opening to 11 x 49-1/2 oblong; full color photos of cars and interiors. One thumbprint blank back outside corner, else excellent. * 4: Folder, Peugeot 504 Color Selector and Standard Features and Equipment, 4-1/4 x 8-1/2, 4 pp., blue on white stiff card, with 9 actual paint chips mounted inside. Excellent. With item 3, in original large metallic silver presentation envelope (soiling and edge tears). * 5: "Repair Guide - Peugeot 504 - Data, Repairs, Overhaul, Adjustments," Peter Russek Glovebox Series 1, Marlow/Bucks., England: 1971, 4 x 7-3/4, 200 pp., white, golden yellow, and black washable plastic covers, black and white text, profusely illustrated, index. Light cover and fore-edge soiling, some soot speckles in first two spreads, else internally clean and very good. In all, 5 items. 95.00

12196. Peugeot. 505 Workshop Manual - Clutch, Transmission. Peugeot Motors of America, Inc., National Technical Dept.: 1985. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, French Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Peugeot, 505, Clutch, Transmission. 8-1/2 x 11, eccentrically paginated but several hundred pp., thick and heavy, black on white enamel covers, black and white text, profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings. Exhaustive coverage of Clutch Class 2 and Transmission Class 3, Models "Manual and Automatic," ZF3HP22, 7/4-5, BA 10/4, and BA 10/5. Original three-hole punch. Light cover edge dust stains, some creased blank areas back cover, else New Old Stock, in very fine condition, unbroken backbone indicating never used in shop. English-language manuals such as this probably elusive now, with Peugeot-Citroen's final withdrawal from the North American market about a decade ago. 59.00

12197. United States Army. Autocar 4-5 Ton, 4 x 4 Tractor Truck Parts List. Built for United States Army. War Dept., Washington, D.C.: July 23, 1942. TM 10-1566. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Army Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Autocar, Ardmore, Pennsylvania, Army, Quartermaster, World War II, W.W. II, WWII. 8-1/4 x 10-3/4, eccentrically numbered in 23 sections plus 2 indices, black on brown covers, black and white text, profusely illustrated, showing virtually every part in these formidable trucks, from tiny washers to engine components, with prices for most items (cylinder block was $350.50, spring lockwasher for same, one cent). "Use this book only for Model No. U-7144-T...." Of particular interest is the Directory of Autocar Factory Branches, closely set on inside back cover, with street addresses, names of managers, and day and night phones of all dealers throughout the country, in event of emergency. It appears that some are the home phones of the agents. Considerable cover soiling and wear, lower right tip back cover lacking, original black spine cloth worn, but internally remarkably clean and very satisfactory. World War II truck military manuals are becoming somewhat harder to find. 65.00

12198. Mack Manufacturing Corporation. Mack Maintenance Manual, Model NM-3 (Army) Truck, 6-Ton 6x6 Prime Mover. Mack Manufacturing Corp., Technical Services Div., Long Island City, N.Y.: 1941. TM 10-1601. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Army Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Mack, Long Island City, New York, Army, Quartermaster, World War II, W.W. II, WWII. 8-1/2 x 10-3/4, 167 pp., silver-stamped black leatherette covers with bulldog logo, black and white coated-groundwood text, profusely illustrated. Exhaustive manual for these trucks that helped win the War. Chapters include Body and Cab, Tools, Transfer Case, Winch, and much more. Front cover detached, chipping at lower right, fabric spine largely perished, first leaf free and tattered but complete, uniform edge toning, else internally clean and very good. World War II truck military manuals are becoming somewhat harder to find. 70.00

12200. United States Army. War Department Technical Manual, Highway Trailer Co. Semi-Trailer, 10 Ton Gross, Van Body 2-Wheel, Parts List and Maintenance Manual. Built for United States Army. War Dept., Washington, D.C.: Apr. 20, 1942. TM 10-1169. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Army Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Trailer, Semi-Trailer, Van, Highway Trailer Company, Edgerton, Wisconsin, Army, Quartermaster, World War II, W.W. II, WWII. 8-1/2 x 11, 142 pp., black on kraft cover, black and white typewritten text, numerous photographs, two indices. Model No. SKD-2181. Full-page photos of complete trailer, including its blackout red and blackout blue clearance lights; driver's instructions, lubrication, maintenance, parts price list, and more. MInor wear top and bottom spine wrapper, very light fore-edge toning, else little-used and very good. World War II truck military manuals are becoming somewhat harder to find. 65.00

12201. John B. Montville. Mack. Haessner Publishing, Inc., Newfoundland, N.J.: 1973. First Edition. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Truck, Antique Truck, Army Truck, Fire Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Bus, Old Bus, Vintage Bus, Mack, International Mack, International Motor Company, Maccar, Brockway, Hewitt, Manhattan, Saurer, Allentown, Pennsylvania, Plainfield, New Jersey, Brooklyn, Long Island City, New York, World War II, W.W. II, WWII. 8-1/2 x 11, 204 pp., gold-stamped black leatherette, d.j., production list appendix, index, profusely illustrated. Scarce First Edition of the most important work on Mack, encompassing, in scrupulously researched words and pictures, their long history of bus, truck, fire apparatus, and other vehicles. "...The exciting history of the company whose product has literally become part of the English language...From a 19th century wagon builder to the Maxidyne mammoths of today, the stock of this giant of the trucking industry is traced in full...the most complete and accurate record of (Mack)...," compiled with rare open access to company files. Some minor d.j. edge tears and light wear, slightly musty, boards slightly bowed from long shelf storage, else internally virtually as new. Now uncommon, and essential for any truck enthusiast's library. 85.00

12202. Dan R. Post. Volkswagen Nine Lives Later. The Lengthened Shadow of a Good Idea. Horizon House, Arcadia, Calif.: 1966. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, German Car, Old Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Truck, Antique Truck, Army Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Bus, Old Bus, Vintage Bus, Volkswagen, VW, Porsche, Ferdinand Porsche, Heinz Nordhoff, World War II, W.W. II, WWII, Nazi, Hitler, Industrial Design. 7 x 10, 315 pp., silver-stamped blue cloth, d.j., bibliography, over 500 illustrations. Fascinating historical development of Volkswagen, from its earliest antecedents and Porsche's involvement, through the War, and ultimate commercial successes. "Nine times its development was stopped dead; nine times it lived anew...Years of continuous refinement of a single design have freed the car from detail faults in design, engineering and assembly...Free civilization's synonym for transportation...." Much on Ferdinand Porsche's early automotive work. Differing considerably from other popular VW books, this includes fascinating analysis of the psychology behind the car's concept and its acceptance. 2 x 4" rectangular section of d.j. lacks, other lesser tears, book itself with light handling evidence only, suggesting little use, and in fine condition. Scarce. 59.00

12204. Alfred F. Islan, Jr., Editor. International Car Review. Screen Teen Co., Purchase, N.Y.: Vol. I, No. 1, Feb., 1954 (typo on masthead "1953"). Transportation, Automobile, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Sports Car, Aston Martin, Bugatti, Citroen, Delahaye, Hotchkiss, Panhard, Peugeot, Renault, Simca, Talbot, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen, VW, Alfa Romeo, Cisitalia, Ferrari, Fiat, Lancia, Maserati, Moretti, Pegaso, Saab, AC, Austin-Healey, Bentley, Jaguar, Rolls-Royce, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, De Soto, Dodge, Fina, Ford, Hudson, Kaiser, Lincoln, Mercury, Nash, Oldsmobile, Packard, Plymouth, Pontiac, Studebaker, Willys. 5 x 7-3/4, 146 pp., color covers, pulp text. Profusely illustrated, with photos and information on cars of England, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Sweden, and U.S.; maroon Aston Martin drophead on cover. Early coverage of Ferrari and Maserati, together with interesting material on customs including Facel, Fina, OSCA, and others. Tiny fragment upper right tip of cover lacking, 1-1/4" marginal sliver bottom of back cover lacking, inconspicuous hinge tear back cover, one paper clip scratch front cover, light handling evidence, edge toning, else about fine and uncommon. 29.00

12205. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook, Number 5. "250 Ancient Cars and Motorcycles Illustrated (and) Described with Interesting Ads, Photos." The uniquely Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from ABC to Winton, and including 20 pp. on early and odd motorcycles. Clymer Motors, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1948, 1970's Printing. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Electric Car, Old Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 215 pp., blue and black on white leatherette cover, black and white text, index. Light spotting back cover, owner's neat inscription on flyleaf, "...8-25-76, Sarasota, Fla. Car Museum," else a New Old Stock copy in mint, unread condition. 24.50

12206. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook, Number 5. "250 Ancient Cars and Motorcycles Illustrated (and) Described with Interesting Ads, Photos." The uniquely Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from ABC to Winton, and including 20 pp. on early and odd motorcycles. Clymer Motors, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1948. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Electric Car, Old Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 215 pp., blue and black on white leatherette cover, black and white text, index. Serially numbered. Some spine sunning, else little use, and fine. 21.50

12207. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook, Foreign Car Edition, Number 1. The uniquely Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, here in his only foreign car album, with cars from Adams to Wolseley. Including ancient, classic, coachbuilt, custom, racing, the celebrated and the obscure, plus accessories, coachbuilders, and engines. Floyd Clymer, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1955. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, British Car, Classic Car, Edwardian Car, Electric Car, English Car, French Car, German Car, Old Car, Racing Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 224 pp., orange and black on white leatherette cover, black and white text, index. Owner's neat inscription on flyleaf, "...8-25-76, Sarasota, Fla. Car Museum," else a New Old Stock copy in mint, unread condition. Uncommon, especially in this condition. 24.50

12208. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook, Number 3. "250 Ancient Cars and Motorcycles Illustrated (and) Described (with) Interesting Ads, Photos." The uniquely Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from Adler to Woestman, and including 34 pp. on early and odd motorcycles. Clymer Publications, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1946, later edition. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Electric Car, Old Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 215 pp., black and red on white leatherette cover, black and white text, index. Bookplate on title page, else showing little use, and excellent. 24.50

12209. Floyd Clymer. Floyd Clymer's Historical Motor Scrapbook, Motor Cars and News of 1899. "Historical and Technical Articles with Photos of Early Autos." The uniquely Clymer compendium of pictures and text from a wide variety of original sources, on cars from Adler to Woestman, and including 34 pp. on early and odd motorcycles. Floyd Clymer Publications, Los Angeles, Calif.: 1955. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Electric Car, Old Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Antique Motorcycle, Old Motorcycle, Nineteenth Century, 19th Century, 1899. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, (128) pp., avocado and black on white leatherette cover, black and white text. Reproducing Vol. I, No. 1 of "The Automobile Magazine," with other 1899 highlights and 1899 index. One spot on cover, else evidently New Old Stock, unread, and excellent. Uncommon. 24.50

12214. Edward Fladung, Editor. Priced Catalogue of Postal Stationery of the World. Section 2, Baden to Bushire; Section 3, Cameroons to Czechoslovakia. Higgins & Gage, Inc., Pasadena, Calif.: 1966. First Edition. Philately, Philatelic, Philatelic Literature, Philatelic Reference, Stamps, Postal Stationery, Postal Cards, Letter Cards, Envelopes, Registered, Official, Wrappers, Airmail, Letter Sheets, Telegraph, Telegrams, Military, Occupation, Money Order, Pneumatic Post, Local Stationery, Parcel Post, Post Office, Savings Forms, Change of Address, Newspaper, Tax Collection, Baden, Baghdad, Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangkok, British Solomon Islands, Barbados, Basutoland, Batum, Bavaria, Bechuanaland, Belgium, Benin, Bermuda, Bolivia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Brazil, Bremen, British Central Africa, British East Africa, British Guiana, British Honduras, Brunei, Brunswick, Braunschweig, Bulgaria, Burma, Burundi, Bushire, Cameroons, Canada, Canal Zone, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Juby, Cape Verde, Caroline Islands, Cayman Islands, Ceylon, Chile, China, Communist China, Christmas Island, Cilicia, Cocos Island, Colombia, Congo, Cook Islands, Corfu, Costa Rica, Crete, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia, Bohemia, Moravia, Slovakia, Slovensko. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, eccentrically paginated but 112 + 140 pp., respectively, black and white, profusely illustrated, in original gold-imprinted black rigid, vinyl ring binder, padded spine. First Edition of this exhaustive reference work, encompassing all forms of postal stationery: Postal Cards, Letter Cards, Envelopes, Registered, Official, Wrappers, Airmail, Letter Sheets, Telegraph, Telegrams, Military, Occupation, Money Order, Pneumatic Post, Local Stationery, Parcel Post, Post Office, Savings Forms, Change of Address, Newspaper, and Tax Collection. Including: Baden, Baghdad, Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangkok, British Solomon Islands, Barbados, Basutoland, Batum, Bavaria, Bechuanaland, Belgium, Benin, Bermuda, Bolivia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Brazil, Bremen, British Central Africa, British East Africa, Briti a, Burma, Burundi, Bushire, Cameroons, Canada, Canal Zone, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Juby, Cape Verde, Caroline Islands, Cayman Islands, Ceylon, Chile, China, Communist China, Christmas Island, Cilicia, Cocos Island, Colombia, Congo, Cook Islands, Corfu, Costa Rica, Crete, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia, Bohemia, Moravia, Slovakia, Slovensko. Maroon transfer of another binder onto front cover, else unused, internally clean, and as new. Continuation binder listed separately. 59.00

12215. Edward Fladung, Editor. Priced Catalogue of Postal Stationery of the World. Section 4, Dahomey to Dutch New Guinea; Section 5, East Africa and Uganda to Ethiopia; Section 6, Falkland Islands to Funchal; Section 7, Gabon to Guinea. Higgins & Gage, Inc., Pasadena, Calif.: 1966 and 1967. First Edition. Philately, Philatelic, Philatelic Literature, Philatelic Reference, Stamps, Postal Stationery, Postal Cards, Letter Cards, Envelopes, Registered, Official, Wrappers, Airmail, Letter Sheets, Telegraph, Telegrams, Military, Occupation, Money Order, Pneumatic Post, Local Stationery, Parcel Post, Post Office, Savings Forms, Change of Address, Newspaper, Tax Collection, Dahomey, Danish West Indies, Danzig, Denmark, Diego Suarez, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Dubai, Dutch Indies, Dutch New Guinea, East Africa, Uganda, Eastern Roumelia, Eastern Silesia, Ecuador, Egypt, Elobey Annobon, Corisco, Eritrea, Estonia, Eesti, Ethiopia, Danish Private Post, Falkland Islands, Far Eastern Republic, Fernando Po, Fiji, Finland, Suomi, Fiume, France, French Cochin China, French Colonies, French Congo, French Equatorial Africa, French Guinea, French India, French Morocco, Maroc, French Polynesia, French Oceania, French Sudan, Funchal, Croatia, Gabon, Gambia, German East Africa, German New Guinea, German South-West Africa, North German Postal District, Deutsches Reich, Berlin, West Berlin, German Democratic Republic, Ruhleben Camp, Ghana, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Grand Comoro Islands, Great Britain, Greece, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guinea. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, eccentrically paginated but several hundred pp., black and white, profusely illustrated, in original gold-imprinted black rigid, vinyl ring binder, padded spine. First Edition of this exhaustive reference work, encompassing all forms of postal stationery: Postal Cards, Letter Cards, Envelopes, Registered, Official, Wrappers, Airmail, Letter Sheets, Telegraph, Telegrams, Military, Occupation, Money Order, Pneumatic Post, Local Stationery, Parcel Post, Post Office, Savings Forms, C Danish West Indies, Danzig, Denmark, Diego Suarez, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Dubai, Dutch Indies, Dutch New Guinea, East Africa, Uganda, Eastern Roumelia, Eastern Silesia, Ecuador, Egypt, Elobey Annobon, Corisco, Eritrea, Estonia, Eesti, Ethiopia, Danish Private Post, Falkland Islands, Far Eastern Republic, Fernando Po, Fiji, Finland, Suomi, Fiume, France, French Cochin China, French Colonies, French Congo, French Equatorial Africa, French Guinea, French India, French Morocco, Maroc, French Polynesia, French Oceania, French Sudan, Funchal, Croatia, Gabon, Gambia, German East Africa, German New Guinea, German South-West Africa, North German Postal District, Deutsches Reich, Berlin, West Berlin, German Democratic Republic, Ruhleben Camp, Ghana, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Grand Comoro Islands, Great Britain, Greece, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guinea. Unused, clean inside and out, and as new. With five original section-packaging envelopes. Previous binder listed separately. 95.00

12216. Hudson automobile. Hudson Standard Accounting System Manual. Published for Hudson by Reynolds & Reynolds Co., Celina, Ohio: June 1949. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Accountant, Accountants, Accounting, Bookkeeping, Finance, Hudson, Commodore, Super, Detroit, Michigan. 8-1/2 x 11, massive custom binder, eccentrically paginated with 8 tabbed sections plus supplementary matter laid in, metallic silver Hudson logo richly embossed on royal blue imitation leather, text largely brown on pale mint green, with many samples of Hudson car accounting forms, tickets, and ledger sheets interleaved. Two Hudson logos at top of each and every pale mint page. A highly unusual form of Hudson automobiliana, supplied at considerable cost to their dealers' accountants. Printed letter with Hudson masthead at front of binder admonishes Hudson dealership accountants, "You have a position of the most confidential nature; all transactions pass through your hands for correct recording...All of these responsibilities are vital to the success of your Hudson Dealer's business. You are also responsible for the correct maintenance of the Hudson Dealers Standard Accounting System...described in this Manual. An important part of Hudson Standard Accounting is the preparation of a financial and operating statement not later than the 10th of each month, showing the facts of the dealership...." "...You see evidence of unprofitable Used Car trades as you enter them in your books. Your work is of such a nature that you cannot help but see the effect these things are having on the business...Do not wait for (your employer) to ask questions...Give him some real facts about the condition of his business...The Hudson Business Management Department is always ready to work with you in solving your problems...." Sections entitled, Introduction, Chart of Accounts, Explanation of Accounts, Explanation of Forms, Instructions for Closing, Practice Problems, Facsimile Ent ion of Forms section is substantial, and includes actual samples of Hudson car invoices, repair orders, time tickets, salesmen's commission reports, and obscure internal dealership business forms; some samples are large unfolding sheets, with multicolor rules. The Facsimile Entries section contains printed manuscript entries on ledger forms, showing the Hudson-approved manner of recording car transactions. Also included are 13 sheets of mimeographed bulletins from Hudson's New York Zone Business Manager to local Hudson dealer accountants, 1949-50, with the latest information, including confidential instructions on how to handle hold back discounts; sheaf of 34 mimeographed pp., "Hudson...Practice Problems and Solutions" (showing $45 bad debts on $54,000 dealership net worth!); and, "Chart of Accounts, Hudson Dealers and Distributors...," black on oaktag, 11 x 13. In all, an astoundingly complicated plan; one hopes that Hudson's lamented demise was not due to its sinking beneath the weight of all these papers! Inserted matter worn, minor superficial rub of some of silver stamping on binder, else binder very good and attractive, and all contents virtually as new, showing little if any handling or use! Weight 4-1/2 pounds. From a Wallingford, Conn. Hudson dealer. Such arcane dealership items seldom surface; giving insight into the enormous complexity of running a Hudson agency. Rare. 195.00

12217. Pontiac automobiles. Large binder containing Pontiac Service Craftsman News, and related Pontiac publications. Pontiac Motor Division, (Pontiac, Mich.), and Fisher Body Service Division, Detroit, Mich.: June 1950-1960, variously. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Catalina, Fisher Body, Carter Carburetor, Automatic Transmission, Hydra-Matic, Hydramatic, Strato-Flight, Detroit, Michigan. Sizeable archive of assorted issues, from the working files of the Senior Foreman of Buick-Pontiac-Oldsmobile plant. Covering 1948-53 Pontiacs in exhaustive detail, with technical information normally not contained in customer's shop manuals. Profusely illustrated. Comprising: "Pontiac Service Craftsman News," 21 issues, June 1950-May 1953, variously; "Body by Fisher Service News," special Pontiac issues exclusively, 9 issues (including 5 duplicates), May 1951-Nov. 1952, variously; "Pontiac Service Craftsman Examination #(19)53-1"; Pontiac Generator Regulator School, Oct. 1950, 32 pp. (two); "Pontiac Technical Information" Bulletin nos. (19)50-3, covering 1937-48 cars, and 50-7; "Pontiac Hydra-Matic Diagnosis Guide, 1948-51" (three); Carter carburetor catalogue sheet for Pontiac Eight Model (19)49-27; plus, "Pontiac Parts Requisition, 1956-57 Strato-Flight and 1958-59-60 Super Hydra-Matic Transmissions," (20) pp. "Pontiac Service Craftsman News" typically 8-24 pp. each; "Body by Fisher Service News" typically 12-28 pp. each; all items 8-1/2 x 11, black and white. A major reference resource for the Pontiac collector, enthusiast, or restorer, containing a wealth of "inside information" for dealership mechanics, on specialized subjects such as adjustment of body hardware, convertible tops, glass removal, seat removal, locating oil leaks with dye, transmission repair, "care of new type chrome" (due to Korean War shortages), welding lines, and much, much more. From library of William Todd, Senior Foreman, Buick-Olds-Pontiac plant, Linden, but four of them in his period, very heavy duty GMC binder, yellow logo on forest green leatherette. Binder with some soiling and remnants of white paper which had been stored on top; internally, occasional soiling, light occasional waterstaining, corner or other nominal wear, else generally clean and very good to fine. With letter of provenance. 235.00

12220. Company of Military Historians. Military Collector & Historian. Journal of The Company of Military Historians. Company of Military Historians, Washington, D.C. and Westbrook, Conn.: Spring 1973 (Vol. XXV, No. 1)-Fall 1981 (Vol. XXXIII, No. 3), variously. History, Military History, Military Uniforms, Military Dress, Military Equipage, Military Fashion, Soldier, Accoutrements, Artillery, Heavy Artillery, Badges, Battle, Battles, Bugles, Cavalry, Divisions, Drums, Edged Weapons, Equipage, Equipment, Firearms, Flags, Guns, Hats, Insignia, Kepis, Militaria, Militias, Regimental, Regiments, Rifles, Shakos, Strategy, Swords, Tactics, Uniforms, Warfare, Weapons, Colonial, Colonial Wars, Revolutionary War, Federal Period, War of 1812, Indian Wars, Indians, Civil War, Confederate, Union, World War I, W.W. I, WWI, World War II, W.W. II, WWII, Korean War, Viet Nam War, Vietnam War. Library of 23 different issues, some consecutivity, of this celebrated journal of military historical scholarship. 8-1/2 x 11, typically 46-50 pp., blue on grey covers, black and white text, well illustrated with photographs, maps, historical source materials, and original artwork. A vast resource, with original research, fastidiously footnoted, on a wide range of military history subjects, from the urbane to arcane; military accoutrements and uniforms were a consistently popular theme. A tiny sampling: "The Troops of French Louisiana, 1699-1769," "Carbine Extractor Failure at the Little Big Horn," "An 1841 New York Militia Staff Officer's Coat," "Apache Indian Identification Tags," "Military Justice on the Western Frontier: Fort Larned, 1868," "Military Tartans," "U.S. Light Dragoon Belt Plates and Helmets, 1808-1812," "Dating a Confederate Frock Coat," "John Meer, Artist-Etcher of Sword Blades," "Never a Shot Fired in Anger, The Coastal Defenses of San Francisco," "An Early Wisconsin Territorial Volunteer Militia Uniform," "Hat Cords of the U.S. Army," "Warfare in Hawaii 1772-1782," "The 1st U.S. Hussar Regiment 1864-1865," "Alaska's Terri d, 1884-1950," "The Transfer of the Danish West Indies," "Kit Carson Scouts in the Vietnam Conflict," "Eighteenth Century Military and Naval Terms," and much more. "The premier U.S. journal focusing on the material culture, history, and traditions of American armed forces and other nations serving in the western hemisphere." Trivial occasional cover wear, few with minimal pencil markings, else all fine to virtually as new. (Lot can be broken; inquire.) 325.00

12221. New York Telephone. New York County Business-to-Business Yellow Pages 1983-84. New York Telephone Co.: 1983. "This issue corrected to Dec. 17, 1982." Reference, New York, New York City, New York County, Manhattan, Telephone, Telephone Book, Phone, Phone Book, Automobiles, Business History, Commercial History, Computers, Computing History, Electronics, Music, Phonograph Records, Technology, Typewriters. 9 x 11, 1,752 pp. + 70 pp. index. Massive Manhattan Yellow Pages, with a seemingly unending procession of suppliers of every conceivable kind of merchandise and service. Dating from this transitional period in New York, many of the firms are defunct, buildings demolished, and whole categories of merchandise archaic. The ads under "Computers" and "Data Communication Equipment & Supplies" seem positively prehistoric: "Up to 24K system RAM...." Automobile ads include AMC, De Lorean, Fiat, Peugeot, and Rolls-Royce; lengthy listings for "Records-Phonograph," and much, much more. Heavily illustrated. Some cover creases and wear, 3" hinge tear, light dampstaining rear quarter, upper fore-edge of index portion creased, some page tips folded down for reference, but believed complete, and satisfactory. Fascinating browsing, and interesting reference, capturing New York City in its entirety at the dawn of the Eighties. Understandably scarce. (Two others of near years listed separately.) 22.50

12222. New York Telephone. New York County Business-to-Business Yellow Pages 1984-1985. New York Telephone Co.: 1984. "This issue corrected to Dec. 15, 1983." Reference, New York, New York City, New York County, Manhattan, Telephone, Telephone Book, Phone, Phone Book, Automobiles, Business History, Commercial History, Computers, Computing History, Electronics, Music, Phonograph Records, Technology, Typewriters. 9 x 11, 1,752 pp. + 71 pp. index + 23 pp. brand name index. Massive Manhattan Yellow Pages, with a seemingly unending procession of suppliers of every conceivable kind of merchandise and service. Dating from this transitional period in New York, many of the firms are defunct, buildings demolished, and whole categories of merchandise archaic. The ads under "Computers" and "Data Communication Equipment & Supplies" seem positively prehistoric: IBM PC with 24K RAM, and Apple's "exciting new Lisa." Automobile ads include AMC, Fiat, Lotus, Peugeot, and Rolls-Royce; lengthy listings for "Records-Phonograph." Teletypewriter Message Services (before the fax: "110 baud"!); lengthy Typewriter section, and much, much more. Heavily illustrated. One cover crease, spine bubbles from binding process, else little-used, believed complete, and remarkably in excellent condition. Fascinating browsing, and interesting reference, capturing New York City in its entirety in the early Eighties. Understandably scarce. (Two others of near years listed separately.) 29.50

12223. New York Telephone. Manhattan Consumer Yellow Pages 1984-85. New York Telephone Co.: 1984. "This issue corrected to Dec. 15, 1983." Reference, New York, New York City, New York County, Manhattan, Telephone, Telephone Book, Phone, Phone Book, Automobiles, Business History, Commercial History, Computers, Computing History, Electronics, Music, Phonograph Records, Technology, Typewriters. 9 x 11, 1,472 pp. + 70 pp. index. Massive Manhattan Yellow Pages, with a seemingly unending procession of suppliers of every conceivable kind of merchandise and service. Dating from this transitional period in New York, many of the firms are defunct, buildings demolished, and whole categories of merchandise archaic. The ads under "Computers" and "Data Communication Equipment & Supplies" seem positively prehistoric: Atari, Kaypro, and Apple's "exciting new Lisa." Automobile ads include Alfa Romeo, AMC, Ferrari, Fiat, Lotus, Peugeot, and Rolls-Royce; lengthy listings for "Records-Phonograph"; Teletypewriter Message Services (before the fax: "110 baud"!); lengthy Typewriter section, Discotheques, and much, much more. Most of the dancing schools have closed, merged, or moved. Heavily illustrated. Light waterspotting front cover only, average spine wear, lower right tip dogear to about p. 25, else believed complete, and in good-plus condition. Fascinating browsing, and interesting reference, capturing New York City in its entirety in the early Eighties. Understandably scarce. (Two others of near years listed separately.) 27.50

12224. Herald Statesman. Herald Statesman daily newspaper, with World Series coverage. Gannett Suburban Newspapers, Yonkers, N.Y.: Sun., Oct. 27, 1996. Sports, Baseball, World Series, New York Yankees, Atlanta Braves, Bronx, New York, Yankee Stadium, Wade Boggs, Joe Girardi, Charlie Hayes, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Darryl Strawberry, Joe Torre, John Wetteland, Greg Maddux, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, White Plains, Yonkers. Complete Sunday newspaper, with sections, comics, coupons, TV book, and all inserts. Front-page coverage, in color, of the Yankees' victory over Atlanta in the sixth game of the World Series. Bold headline, "World Champs! Yanks capture first Series title since '78 with 3-2 win; parade planned for Tuesday." "The Yankees didn't lose confidence in themselves after being embarrassed 12-1 and humbled 4-0 in the first two games here. They simply marched to Atlanta, beat the defending world champions three times and returned home to wrap up the Series by beating four-time Cy Young Award winner Greg Maddux...." Much more coverage in separate Sports section as well, with Yankee Stadium facade motif across tops of pages. Elsewhere, news of Bill Clinton and Bob Dole as Election Day approached, and much more. Light tip wrinkling Travel section, else clean, unread, and very fine. Only one available. 9.75

12225. Newsday. Newsday daily newspaper, with World Series coverage. Newsday Inc., Queens, N.Y.: Sun., Oct. 27, 1996. Sports, Baseball, World Series, New York Yankees, Atlanta Braves, Bronx, Queens, New York, Yankee Stadium, Wade Boggs, Joe Girardi, Charlie Hayes, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Darryl Strawberry, Joe Torre, John Wetteland, Greg Maddux, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole. Complete Sunday newspaper, with sections, comics, coupons, "Parade" magazine, and all inserts. Coverage, in color, of the Yankees' victory over Atlanta in the sixth game of the World Series. Separate, thick Sports section trumpets bold headline, "Champs! Yanks on Top of World after Beating Braves," with a wealth of stories and pictures. Elsewhere, news of Bill Clinton and Bob Dole as Election Day approached, and much more. Light wrinkling one carpet sale insert, else clean, unread, and very fine. Only one available. Utterly spellbinding, by some of the best sportswriters in the business. 9.75

12226. Daily News. New York Daily News daily newspaper, with World Series coverage. Daily News, N.Y.: Sun., Oct. 27, 1996. Sports, Baseball, World Series, New York Yankees, Atlanta Braves, Bronx, New York, Yankee Stadium, Wade Boggs, Joe Girardi, Charlie Hayes, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Darryl Strawberry, Joe Torre, John Wetteland, Greg Maddux, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole. Complete Sunday newspaper, with coupons, "USA Weekend" magazine, TV book, and all inserts. Quintessential hometown New York coverage of the Yankees' victory over Atlanta in the sixth game of the World Series. Front-page headline, "Top of the World!" Major coverage inside, with words and pictures by some of the best sportswriters and photographers in the business. Few trivial edge tears, as delivered to news dealer, else clean, unread, and very fine. Only one available. 9.75

12227. Daily News. New York Daily News daily newspaper, with Joe DiMaggio obituary coverage. Daily News, N.Y.: Mar. 9, 1999. Sports, Baseball, Joe DiMaggio, Joe Di Maggio, New York Yankees, Yankee Clipper, World Series, Bronx, New York, Yankee Stadium, Marilyn Monroe. Complete issue upon death of the Yankee great, with dramatic 32-page "Special Souvenir Section" wrapping main newspaper. Double-tabloid-size photo of DiMaggio as a young player. A superlative treasury of DiMaggio lore, by some of the best sportswriters in the business, heavily illustrated with archival photos. Incidental cosmetic rub at blank right fore-edge from original bundle tie as delivered to news dealer, else clean, unread, and mint. Ten copies available. Each, 8.25

12228. New York Post. New York Post daily newspaper, with Joe DiMaggio obituary coverage. New York Post, N.Y.: Mar. 9, 1999. Sports, Baseball, Joe DiMaggio, Joe Di Maggio, New York Yankees, Yankee Clipper, World Series, Bronx, New York, Yankee Stadium, Marilyn Monroe. Complete issue upon death of the Yankee great, with dramatic 20-page "Special Tribute Section" wrapping main newspaper. A superlative treasury of DiMaggio lore, by some of the best sportswriters in the business, heavily illustrated with archival photos. Clean, unread, and mint. Eleven copies available. Each, 8.25

12230. Chrysler Service. 1983 Service Manuals, Diplomat, Gran Fury, New Yorker, Mirada, Cordoba, and Imperial. Chrysler Motors, Service & Parts Operations, Strongsville, Ohio: 1982. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chrysler, MoPar, Diplomat, Gran Fury, New Yorker, Mirada, Cordoba, Imperial, Repair, Restoration. Two-volume set, Chassis & Body, and Electrical & Engine Performance, 8-1/2 x 11, eccentrically paginated but each as thick as a telephone directory, white and green covers, black and white text. Exhaustive, profusely illustrated works, with chapters on virtually every system of these rear-wheel drive cars, including lubrication, maintenance, front suspension and steering linkage, rear axle, brakes, cooling, engine, body and frame alignment, propeller shaft and universal joints, shock absorbers and rear springs, steering, transmission, wheels, bearings and tires, body, heating and air conditioning, electrical, exhaust, fuel system, emission control system, and more. With original Chrysler service publications listing. Unused, and in mint condition. Weight 4 pounds. Three items in all. 59.00

12231. Buick automobiles. 1975 Buick Exterior Colors sample folder. Buick Motor Car Division: 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Skyhawk, Apollo, Century, Century Custom, Regal, LeSabre, LeSabre Custom, Estate Wagon, Electra 225, Electra Limited, Riviera, Paint, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 3-1/2 x 6-3/4, opening to 6-3/4 x 10-1/2, with 26 actual paint chips, together with "Buick Custom Vinyl and Convertible Top Recommendations" and "Two-tone Paint Recommendations." Trivial blemishes few chips where facing panel mildly tacky, presumably from original manufacture, else New Old Stock and in mint condition. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available. Each, 6.00

12232. Buick automobiles. 1975 Buick sales literature, Consumer Information for your Buick. Buick Motor Car Division: Oct., 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Skyhawk, Apollo, Century, Century Custom, Regal, LeSabre, LeSabre Custom, Estate Wagon, Electra 225, Electra Limited, Riviera, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Auto Safety, Safety, Brakes, Tires. 8-1/2 x 11, 8 pp. plus additional "Up-Date" sheet, magenta on white. "This booklet contains information on stopping distances, tire reserve loads and passing ability as required by the Consumer Information Regulations issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...." Bar charts for all Buick models, with fully operational brakes, partial failure, and complete power unit failure. An uncommon item. Minor superficial file soiling blank area first page, else New Old Stock and in very fine condition. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two items. 7.75

12233. Buick automobiles. 1975 Buick full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Buick Motor Car Division: Sept. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Skyhawk, Apollo, Century, Century Custom, Regal, LeSabre, LeSabre Custom, Estate Wagon, Electra 225, Electra Limited, Riviera, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11-1/4 oblong, 68 pp., full color throughout on art enamel. Complete specifications, features, interior and chassis information on all 1975 Buicks, with architecturally interesting settings in photos. Notwithstanding the 455 cubic inch V-8 still available, Buick was still offering models with manual brakes and manual steering! Both the interior trim and hairstyles and fashions of the models evoke the era. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 7.25

12235. Cadillac automobiles. 1975 Cadillac full-line, full-color oversize sales catalogue. Cadillac Motor Car Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, Fleetwood, Fleetwood Brougham, Limousine, Nine Passenger Sedan, Eldorado, Coupe, Convertible, Sedan de Ville, Calais, Special Edition, Talisman, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 9-1/2 oblong, (24) pp., metallic gold leaf on white vellum cover, crest-shaped die cut window revealing full-color Cadillac emblem beneath, full color text on premium enamel. A slightly smaller but elegant presentation for GM's flagship marque, otherwise identical to their oversize catalogue (listed separately). Featuring Fleetwood Brougham, with very Seventies shirred paisley velour upholstery, Limousine and Nine Passenger Sedan, Eldorado Coupe with op-art black-and-white Mosaic check trim, Eldorado Convertible, Sedan de Ville with Maharajah brocade, Coupe de Ville, Calais with unusual Morgan plaid, and various Cadillac Special Editions. With their Firemist paints, the Sixties look remained alive. Light edge toning white cover, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Two other variants of their 1975 catalogues listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.50

12236. Cadillac automobiles. 1975 Cadillac Accessories color catalogue. Cadillac Motor Car Division: N.d. but 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, Fleetwood, Fleetwood Brougham, Limousine, Nine Passenger Sedan, Eldorado, Coupe, Convertible, Sedan de Ville, Calais, Special Edition, Talisman, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp., full color artwork through, in contemporary marker and watercolor media. Stylish renderings of Cadillac accessories, including radio foot control switch, compass, tissue dispenser, thermometer mirror, color-keyed floor mats, trumpet horn, theft deterrent system, and a host of car care products. One of the cars shown is brilliant purple. Very light edge toning white cover, minor edge stain back cover, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Two other variants of their 1975 catalogues listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.50

12238. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Monza 2+2 color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept., 1974. Form 3018. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Monza, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11 oblong, (8) pp. plus front gatefold. "The small car of tomorrow will be a little more everything. The 1975 Monza 2+2 is all this today." Minor stain upper left corner, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Two other variants of their 1975 Monza catalogues listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12239. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Monza Towne Coupe, S and 2+2 color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: May 1975. Form 3018 Rev. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Monza, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 14 pp. plus front gatefold. "The new Towne Coupe, the new S and the 2+2, 1975 Car of the Year." Some soft ripples from box storage, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Two other variants of their 1975 Monza catalogues listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.00

12240. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Monza Towne Coupe, S and 2+2 color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: May 1975. Form 3018 Rev. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Monza, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 14 pp. plus front gatefold. "The new Towne Coupe, the new S and the 2+2, 1975 Car of the Year." New Old Stock and in choice condition. Two other variants of their 1975 Monza catalogues listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12241. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Friends magazine, featuring "The New Monza 2+2." Chevrolet Motor Division: Oct. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Monza, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Football, Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota Vikings, Dallas, Texas, State Fair, Circleville, Ohio, Pumpkins. 8-1/2 x 11, 32 pp. "Special in this Issue - The New S Monza 2+2." Articles include, "A New Chevy is Born," "The Highly Refined '75 Chevrolets," "New Chevy Trucks are for People," "Fran the Viking" (4-page article on football player Fran Tarkenton), "Spectacle in Dallas - The State Fair Phenomenon," and more. New Old Stock and in choice condition. Two other variants of their 1975 Monza catalogues listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 16.50

12242. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet full-color sales catalogue for full-size models. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Caprice Classic, Impala, Bel Air, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (20) pp. "Three distinct series: the uppermost Caprice Classic, the value-packed Impala, and the lower-priced Bel Air." Port Jervis, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.75

12243. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Chevelle full-color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Jan. 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Chevelle, Malibu, Laguna, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (16) pp. "The Mid-Size Chevrolet...in three basic series," Malibu Classic, Malibu, and sporty Laguna Type S-3. Interesting period fashions, including bellbottoms, hotpants, and platform shoes. Very soft ripples from box storage, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 7.75

12244. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Nova full-color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Nova, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp. "The compact '75 Nova has been emphatically refined along the lines of elegant European sedans...." Interesting period fashions and hairstyles, those in one wedding part almost Beatles-Victorian; beards abound. Nova has become a textbook case in the ad world on product naming: in Spanish, "no va" means roughly "it does not go." Port Jervis, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.25

12245. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Vega full-color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept. 1974. Form 3017. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Vega, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp. "Vega. Economy plus, plus, plus...." Port Jervis, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.25

12246. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Station Wagon full-color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept. 1974. Form 3014. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Station Wagons, Wagons, Caprice Estate, Impala, Bel Air, Chevelle, Malibu Classic, Malibu, Vega, Vega Estate, Suburban, Sportvan, Blazer, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (20) pp. "The Practical Family of Wagons from America's Family Station Wagon Builder." Interesting, colorful cut-away renderings of complete wagons in each model range, showing safety and interior features. Suburban, Sportvan, and Blazer in last spread. Port Jervis, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.25

12248. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Suburban full-color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept. 1974. Form 3025. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Suburban, Silverado, Scottsdale, Custom Deluxe, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp. Including Silverado, Scottsdale, and Custom Deluxe. Port Jervis, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 14.75

12249. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Consumer Information booklet, including Camaro and Corvette. Chevrolet Motor Division: 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Caprice Classic, Impala, Bel Air, Monte Carlo, Laguna, Malibu Classic, Malibu, Camaro, Nova, Vega, Monza, Corvette, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Auto Safety, Safety, Brakes, Tires. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp., black and white. "This booklet contains information on stopping distances, tire reserve loads and passing ability as required by the Consumer Information Regulations issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...." Bar charts for all Chevrolet models, with fully operational brakes, partial failure, and complete power unit failure. An uncommon item. Port Jervis, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied, trivial soft file curl upper right tip, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12250. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet full-line, full-color sales catalogue, including Camaro and Corvette. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept., 1974. Form 3019. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Caprice Classic, Impala, Bel Air, Monte Carlo, Laguna, Malibu Classic, Malibu, Camaro, Nova, Vega, Monza, Corvette, Fleetside Pickup, Blazer, Sportvan, Suburban, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11 oblong, 16 pp., full color. "22 small cars, 13 mid-size cars, 9 full-size cars, 14 station wagons, 2 sports cars, and 4 specialty vehicles," the latter including Fleetside Pickup, Blazer, Sportvan, and Suburban. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12252. Chrysler automobiles. 1975 Chrysler full-color sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Aug. 1, 1974. Form No. 81-005-7078. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chrysler, Newport, Newport Custom, Town & Country, Town and Country, New Yorker Brougham, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 11 x 11 oblong, 16 pp., on matte art enamel. Impressive, oversize presentation of these enormous land yachts, with 124" wheelbases and 440 cubic inch engines. Very light edge toning, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.75

12253. Chrysler automobiles. 1975 Chrysler Cordoba full-color sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Aug. 1, 1974. Form No. 81-005-7079. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chrysler, Cordoba, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 10-3/4 oblong, 8 pp., on textured enamel. Rich burgundy car on cover. Handsomely styled interior remained relatively unaltered to the end, in 1983. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.75

12254. Chrysler automobiles. 1975 Chrysler and Plymouth full-color, full-line sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Aug. 15, 1974. Form No. 81-005-7080. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chrysler, Cordoba, Imperial, New Yorker, Town & Country, Plymouth, Duster, Fury Sport, Fury Suburban, Gran Fury, Road Runner, Scamp, Trail Duster, Valiant, Voyager, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 10-1/2 oblong, 32 pp. Brightly colorful photos of all models, with numerous flamboyant interiors. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.00

12255. Dodge automobiles. 1975 Dodge full-color sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Aug. 1974. Form No. 81-205-5001. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Dart, Coronet, Charger, Monaco, Royal Monaco, Ramcharger, Sportsman, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 10-1/4 oblong, (32) pp. Dreamy photos, with period hairstyles and fashions on background models. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.25

12256. Plymouth automobiles. 1975 Plymouth Duster and Valiant full-color sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Aug. 1, 1974. Form No. 81-005-0003. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Plymouth, Duster, Scamp, Valiant, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp. Including the unstoppable slant six; manual drum brakes and bias-belted tires were still standard. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.25

12257. Plymouth automobiles. 1975 Plymouth Fury full-color sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Aug. 1, 1974. Form No. 81-005-0002. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Plymouth, Fury, Road Runner, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp. Engine choices ran from the unstoppable slant six to a 400 cubic inch with dual exhaust. Two Road Runners are shown in a desert setting, with garish "Star Wars" graphics on trunk lid. Light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 8.25

12258. Dodge trucks. 1975 Dodge Tradesman Van color sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Feb. 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Antique Van, Old Van, Vintage Van, Van, Dodge, Tradesman, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp. Full page photos of red base model on cover and of Kary Van inside; smaller color photos of all five models on outside back page. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12259. Dodge trucks. 1975 Dodge Tradesman Van color sales catalogue. Chrysler Motors Corp.: Aug. 1974. Form No. 81-305-5023. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Antique Van, Old Van, Vintage Van, Van, Dodge, Tradesman, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp. Attractive photos of model variants: two wheelbases, with hinged and sliding side doors; photos of interior, trim, and engineering features, and printed paint chips. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12260. Dodge trucks. 1975 Dodge Tradesman Kary Van sales sheet. Chrysler Motors Corp.: n.d. but 1974-75. No Form No. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Antique Van, Old Van, Vintage Van, Van, Dodge, Tradesman, MoPar, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, one sheet, printed both sides, black on white enamel. Two retouched photos of this spacious van in service, plus six photos of rear door options. Uncommon. Two soft folds from file storage, else New Old Stock and in very good condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chrysler literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.50

12261. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Thunderbird oversize full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Thunderbird, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 11 x 11, 8 pp., simulated copper starfire stiff covers to showcase 20th Anniversary "Copper Luxury Group," full-color text. With its 460 cubic inch engine, the Thunderbird here evolved into a massive personal luxury car. Options included "Glamour Paints - High-metallic content colors, hand-polished to a lustrous sheen...." Slightly darkened bands on cover, from metallic inks, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.75

12262. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Granada full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Granada, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp., with double gatefold. Showcasing Granada and Granada Ghia. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.75

12263. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Station Wagon full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Station Wagons, Pinto, Torino, Gran Torino, LTD, Squire, Country Squire, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp. Showcasing Station Wagon model range, including Pinto, Gran Torino Squire, and LTD Country Squire. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, bright reds and oranges, and attitude. Light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.25

12264. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Elite full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Elite, Thunderbird, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 8 pp. Showcasing this "mid-size car in the Thunderbird tradition," offered in one two-door hardtop model only. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. Minor tip wear, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12265. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Maverick full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Maverick, Grabber, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 8 pp. Showcasing this "family compact." Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 7.75

12266. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Torino full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Torino, Gran Torino, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 10 pp., front gatefold. Showcasing this sleek "mid-size," which by today's industry standards would be a behemoth; up to 460 cubic inch engine available. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.75

12267. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Pinto full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Pinto, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 8 pp. Showcasing this ill-fated car; while there is no sales copy lauding its gas tank design, it does describe other of its "big-car safety features." Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. Minor file wear, but New Old Stock and in very fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.75

12268. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Mustang II full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mustang, Mustang II, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp. Showcasing "our small, sporty personal car," including Ghia, 2+2, and Mach I models. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude, one male model looking very much like a young Tom Selleck. New Old Stock and in very fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.50

12269. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford LTD full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp., two gatefolds. Showcasing "new, luxurious standard-size cars," including Brougham, traditional LTD, and Wagons. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.75

12270. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford full-line, full-color sales folder. Ford Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, Thunderbird, Elite, Torino, Granada, Mustang II, Maverick, Pinto, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, two gatefolds opening to 11 x 34 oblong. Beauty shots of all models and their interiors (the fluorescent pink velour buckets in the Mustang is especially flamboyant), plus thumbnails of submodels in a wide range of color schemes. Including LTD, Thunderbird, Elite, Torino, Granada, Mustang II, Maverick, and Pinto. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.25

12271. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Econoline Van color sales catalogue. Ford Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Econoline, Van, Custom Van, Delivery Van, Parcel Van, Club Wagon, Motor Home, Motorhome, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp. Many beauty shots of all models and their interiors. Including Econoline, Parcel Delivery Van, Motorhome, Regular Van, Club Wagon towing trailer, window models, and custom conversion. Interesting, colorful spread of cutaway of complete vehicle, showing engineering features. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with polyester, blow-dried hair, and Afros. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.50

12273. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Ranchero color sales folder. Ford Division: July 1974. Form No. FDT-7511. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Ranchero, Sport Utility Vehicle, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 10-3/4, opening to 10-3/4 x 24--3/4. Attractive photos of this "Personal Pickup," with up to 460 cubic inch engine. Montage of three models: Ranchero GT, Squire, with simulated wood flanks, and 500, towing a horse trailer. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles. Pale bands of dust toning at blank margins front panel, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 12.75

12274. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford full-line, full-color sales literature. Ford Division: Sept. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, Thunderbird, Elite, Torino, Granada, Mustang II, Maverick, Pinto, Country Squire, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-3/4 x 13-1/4, (8) pp., rotogravure advertising supplement intended for newspapers and showrooms. Beauty shots of all models and interiors of most (the fluorescent pink velour buckets in the Mustang is especially flamboyant). Including LTD, Thunderbird, Elite, Torino, Granada, Mustang II, Maverick, Pinto, and Country Squire wagon. Very 1974-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Uncommon, especially in this condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12275. Ford automobiles. 1974 Ford product change sheet. Ford Division: Sept. 1973. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, Thunderbird, Torino, Mustang II, Maverick, Pinto, Ranchero, Club Wagon, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11 oblong, one sheet, navy on white. "Product Changes Affecting 1974 Ford Car and Truck Literature." Describing latest changes in LTD, Thunderbird, Torino, Granada, Mustang II, Maverick, Pinto, Ranchero, and Club Wagon lines. "The black vinyl roof is not available on Gran Torino Brougham models...Trim rings not available with Mag 500 Wheels...Pinto: BR70 Raised White Letter steel-belted radial ply tires now available as an option with the Sports Accent Group Option...." Light toning, else New Old Stock and in fine condition. Uncommon curiosity. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 3.75

12276. Ford automobiles. 1975 Ford Mustang II novelty diecut car. Ford Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mustang, Mustang II, Ghia, 2+2, Mach 1, Mach I, Model Car, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. Highly unusual factory promotional novelty: large 11 x 14 mini-poster on white board, advertising the Mustang II on one side, and with red Mach 1 printed on other, with perforations and instructions to punch out, fold, and form into a three-dimensional car! On front, large white Ghia, small inset photo of 2+2, and color photos of interior and instrument panel; on back, white-over-red Hardtop, and model car. Perforations unbroken. Highly unusual. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Ford literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 24.50

12277. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7 full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. 75-201. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, Cougar XR-7, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12, 16 pp. Beauty shots of Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7, and interiors of most (the model wearing lilac blazer standing behind deep purple car is especially flamboyant). Including Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. Dramatic double-page photo of Cougar on grounds on an immense mansion, a real cougar being held on a leash by woman in full-length gown. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12278. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7 full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. 75-201. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, Cougar XR-7, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12, 16 pp. Beauty shots of Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7, and interiors of most (the model wearing lilac blazer standing behind deep purple car is especially flamboyant). Including Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. Dramatic double-page photo of Cougar on grounds on an immense mansion, a real cougar being held on a leash by woman in full-length gown. Light, colorless dampstaining one upper corner, else New Old Stock and in fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 6.50

12279. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7 full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. 75-201. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, Cougar XR-7, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12, 16 pp. Beauty shots of Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7, and interiors of most (the model wearing lilac blazer standing behind deep purple car is especially flamboyant). Including Grand Marquis, Marquis Brougham, Marquis, and Cougar XR-7. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, with w-i-d-e lapels, sideburns, and attitude. Dramatic double-page photo of Cougar on grounds on an immense mansion, a real cougar being held on a leash by woman in full-length gown. Waterstain lower right corner, else New Old Stock and in about fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 5.25

12280. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Station Wagon full-color sales folder. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. M75-1. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Station Wagon, Colony Park, Marquis, Montego MX Villager, Montego MX, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, opening to 11 x 25-1/2. Beauty shot of Colony Park, Marquis, Montego MX Villager, and Montego MX Station Wagons on a horse farm, and separate interiors of each. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12281. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Capri 2000 and Capri V-6 full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974. Form No. C-74-4-R2. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Capri, Capri 2000, Capri V-6, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp. Beauty shots of Capri 2000 and Capri V-6, and separate interiors of each. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, here modeled by older hippies. New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12282. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Capri 2000 and Capri V-6 full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974. Form No. C-74-4-R2. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Capri, Capri 2000, Capri V-6, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp. Beauty shots of Capri 2000 and Capri V-6, and separate interiors of each. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, here modeled by older hippies. Minor front cover rub at two areas at bottom, else New Old Stock and in fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12283. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Bobcat full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. 75-201. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Bobcat, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp. Beauty shots of various models of Bobcat, and interiors of each. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, including two African-American women with Afros, and a Tom Selleck look-alike on the beach. New Old Stock and in fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.75

12284. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Monarch, Montego, and Comet full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. 75-202. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Monarch, Montego, Comet, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12, 24 pp. Beauty shots of various models of Monarch, Montego, and Comet, and interiors of each. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, the models quite dressy and elegant. A blonde in bell bottoms holds a baby cougar, as she stands beside the Comet; in a facing photo, the adorable baby cougar sits on the driver's seat; on next page, an African-American family of three, all sporting Afros of various volumes, stands beside a Comet Sedan. Very light, colorless dampstaining upper right tip, else New Old Stock and in very fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12285. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Monarch full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. No Form No. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Monarch, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-3/4 x 12-1/2, (8) pp., on heavy, varnished gloss enamel. Beauty shots of various models of the Monarch, and interiors of each. "A luxurious new precision-size car...." Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, the models quite dressy and elegant. Minor handling evidence, else New Old Stock and in fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.25

12286. Mercury automobiles. 1975 Mercury Grand Monarch Ghia, Bobcat 3-Door, and Bobcat Villager full-color sales folder. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1975. Form No. LM75-51. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Monarch, Grand Monarch Ghia, Bobcat 3-Door, Bobcat Villager, Station Wagon, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, Football, Bart Starr, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11-1/4 oblong, opening to 8-1/2 x 33-1/2. Beauty shots of Grand Monarch Ghia, Bobcat 3-Door, and Bobcat Villager Station Wagon, and interiors of each, the former with striking black bucket seats with white inserts. A blonde in bell bottoms holds a baby cougar, as she stands beside the Comet; a Tom Selleck look-alike on the beach; and a Cougar car on grounds on an immense mansion, a real cougar being held on a leash by woman in full-length gown. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, the models quite dressy and elegant. Entire outside back page with photo of football great Bart Starr, sitting on his desk, wearing plaid jacket: "I'm a Lincoln-Mercury dealer named Bart Starr and we Lincoln-Mercury dealers have big news for you this spring - 3 exciting new cars...." One soft diagonal fold, light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and in fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 22.50

12287. Lincoln-Mercury automobiles. 1975 Lincoln-Mercury full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. 75-204. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Lincoln, Mercury, Lincoln-Mercury, Continental, Mark IV, Marquis, Monarch, Montego, Cougar XR-7, Comet, Capri, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 10-1/4 oblong, 32 pp. Beauty shots of Continental, Mark IV, Marquis, Monarch, Montego, Cougar XR-7, Comet, and Capri, and interiors of each; the Lincoln interiors are especially sumptuous and attractive. A blonde in bell bottoms holds a baby cougar, as she stands beside the Comet; the adorable baby cougar sits on the driver's seat; and a Cougar car on grounds on an immense mansion, a real cougar being held on a leash by woman in full-length gown. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, the models generally quite dressy and elegant. New Old Stock and in fine condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12288. Lincoln automobiles. 1975 Lincoln Continental oversize full-color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: n.d. but 1974-75. Form No. LC-75-1. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Lincoln, Continental, Continental Sedan, Continental Coupe, Mark IV, Town Car, Town Coupe, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12 oblong, 20 pp., metallic gold on white stiff cover, matte art enamel text. Beauty shots of Continental, Continental Sedan, Continental Coupe, Mark IV with Silver Luxury Group Option, Mark IV Lipstick and White Luxury Group Option, Town Car, and Town Coupe, and interiors of each; the interiors are especially sumptuous and strikingly beautiful. Interestingly, this is the only Lincoln, Mercury, or Ford literature for 1975 where no male or female models are used. Minor cover toning or light file wear, else New Old Stock and internally in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Lincoln and Mercury literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.75

12289. Oldsmobile automobiles. 1975 Oldsmobile full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Oldsmobile Motor Div.: n.d. but 1974-75. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oldsmobile, Omega, Cutlass, Cutlass Supreme, Delta 88, Delta 88 Royale, Ninety-Eight, Ninety-Eight Regency, 98, Toronado, Custom Cruiser, Vista-Cruiser, Cutlass Supreme Cruiser, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 12 oblong, 20 pp. Beauty shots of Omega, Omega Salon, Cutlass Salon, Cutlass Supreme, Cutlass S, Delta 88, Delta 88 Royale, Ninety-Eight Regency, Ninety-Eight LS, Toronado, Custom Cruiser, Vista-Cruiser, Cutlass Supreme Cruiser; heavily illustrated with smaller color photos of interiors and styling details. Many of the seat cushion designs and treatments are attractive and distinctive. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, the models from stylishly casual to elegant. New Old Stock and internally in excellent condition. Another variant of 1975 Olds literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.75

12290. Oldsmobile automobiles. 1975 Oldsmobile full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Oldsmobile Motor Div.: n.d. but 1974-75. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oldsmobile, Omega, Cutlass, Cutlass Supreme, Delta 88, Delta 88 Royale, Ninety-Eight, Ninety-Eight Regency, 98, Toronado, Custom Cruiser, Vista-Cruiser, Cutlass Supreme Cruiser, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 12 oblong, 20 pp. Beauty shots of Omega, Omega Salon, Cutlass Salon, Cutlass Supreme, Cutlass S, Delta 88, Delta 88 Royale, Ninety-Eight Regency, Ninety-Eight LS, Toronado, Custom Cruiser, Vista-Cruiser, Cutlass Supreme Cruiser; heavily illustrated with smaller color photos of interiors and styling details. Many of the seat cushion designs and treatments are attractive and distinctive. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles, the models from stylishly casual to elegant. Light edge waterstaining of cover, but New Old Stock and internally in excellent condition. Another variant of 1975 Olds literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 6.50

12291. Oldsmobile automobiles. 1975 Oldsmobile Air Cushion Restraint System color sales catalogue. Oldsmobile Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oldsmobile, Omega, Cutlass, Cutlass Supreme, Delta 88, Delta 88 Royale, Ninety-Eight, Ninety-Eight Regency, 98, Toronado, Custom Cruiser, Vista-Cruiser, Cutlass Supreme Cruiser, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, Safety, Auto Safety, Air Cushion Restraint System, Air Bags, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10 x 10, 8 pp. Very early dedicated literature for "The convenience and security of Oldsmobile's new Air Cushion Restraint System, available only from General Motors." Offering this pioneering airbag in place of shoulder belts. "This system eliminates the buzzers, flashing lights, ignition interlock and special starting sequence which are part of today's combination lap/shoulder belt system...." Numerous color photos of a pretty blonde behind the wheel; full-width view of dashboard, with pencil artwork of rocketship, and text describing how Delco's involvement in the space program led to development of this "space age-engineered passive restraint system"; 1,000 cars are now on the road with this system. Testimonials include, "Has left my clothing in a fresh-pressed appearance for a significantly longer period, compared to the lap/shoulder belt combination." Very 1975-ish fashion and hairstyle. Minor edge curl from filing as oversize item, but New Old Stock and internally in very fine condition. Another variant of 1975 Olds literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 14.50

12292. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Astre, Ventura, Firebird, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, Safari Station Wagon, Formula, Trans Am, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 10-1/4 oblong, 20 pp. Beauty shots of Astre, Ventura, Firebird including Formula and Trans Am, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, and Safari Station Wagon; heavily illustrated with smaller color photos of interiors and styling details. Prophetic text on outside back cover, "Nobody's perfect...100 days after you buy a new Pontiac, you'll receive a comprehensive questionnaire...." (GM still hasn't figured it out.) Very light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and very fine condition. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 7.75

12293. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Astre, Ventura, Firebird, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, Safari Station Wagon, Formula, Trans Am, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 10-1/4 oblong, 20 pp. Beauty shots of Astre, Ventura, Firebird including Formula and Trans Am, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, and Safari Station Wagon; heavily illustrated with smaller color photos of interiors and styling details. Prophetic text on outside back cover, "Nobody's perfect...100 days after you buy a new Pontiac, you'll receive a comprehensive questionnaire...." (GM still hasn't figured it out.) Some handling evidence and modest file wear, else New Old Stock, clean condition. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 5.25

12294. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Astre, Ventura, Firebird, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, Safari Station Wagon, Formula, Trans Am, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-1/4 x 12 oblong, 32 pp. Oversize, extended version of similar but smaller-size catalogue, listed separately. Beauty shots, many full-page, of Astre, Ventura, Firebird including Formula and Trans Am, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, and Safari Station Wagon; heavily illustrated with smaller color photos of interiors and styling details. Trivial file wear, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 9.75

12295. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac Grand Prix oversize full-color sales folder. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Grand Prix, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-1/4 x 12 oblong, 4 pp. Handsome, oversize presentation of Grand Prix exclusively, with beauty shots of black-over-silver, bronze, and claret cars. Minor soft edge curl, else New Old Stock and in very fine condition. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 6.75

12296. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe and LeMans oversize full-color sales folder. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-1/4 x 12 oblong, opening to 10-1/4 x 48! Handsome, oversize presentation of Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe and LeMans exclusively, with beauty shots of cars, interiors, and details. Minor soft edge curl, else New Old Stock and in very fine condition. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 6.75

12297. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac Grand Am oversize full-color sales folder. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Grand Am, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-1/4 x 12 oblong, 4 pp. Handsome, oversize presentation of Grand Am exclusively, with beauty shots of white and red cars, interiors, and details, including soft nose. Very light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 6.75

12298. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac Grand Am oversize full-color sales folder. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Grand Am, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-1/4 x 12 oblong, 4 pp. Handsome, oversize presentation of Grand Am exclusively, with beauty shots of white and red cars, interiors, and details, including soft nose. Considerable handling wrinkles, else very good and clean. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 3.95

12299. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, and Catalina Wide-Tracks oversize full-color sales folder. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Wide-Tracks, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-1/4 x 12 oblong, opening to 10-1/4 x 48! Handsome, oversize presentation of Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, and Catalina Wide-Tracks exclusively, with numerous, large beauty shots of cars, interiors, and details. Very light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and excellent. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 6.75

12300. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac Safari Station Wagons oversize full-color sales folder. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Safari, Safaris, Station Wagons, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-1/4 x 12 oblong, opening to 10-1/4 x 48! Handsome, oversize presentation of Safari Station Wagons exclusively, with numerous, large beauty shots of cars, interiors, and details. Very light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and fine. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 6.75

12301. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac Trailer Towing Guide color informational booklet. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Catalina, Bonneville, Catalina Safari, Grand Safari, Grand Ville Brougham, Station Wagons, Grand Prix, Grand Am, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 10-1/2, (8) pp. Interesting information on towing with Catalina, Bonneville, Catalina Safari, Grand Safari, Grand Ville Brougham, Station Wagons, and even Grand Prix and Grand Am, the latter two requiring 455 engine. Some color drawings; principally technical text. Some uniform toning, else New Old Stock and very fine. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 6.75

12302. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac "Maximum Mileage System" color folder. Pontiac Motor Div.: n.d. but for 1975 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Astre, Ventura, Firebird, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, Safari Station Wagon, Formula, Trans Am, Catalytic Exhaust Converter, High Energy Electronic Ignition, Spark Plug, AC, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (4) pp. Interesting description of "the most advanced engineering and technology Pontiac can offer...our new Catalytic Exhaust Converter and High Energy Electronic Ignition...Unleaded gas can save you money on maintenance too...In addition, the GM Specification Steel-belted Radial Tire is available on all our 1975 cars...." An oddball piece. Some marginal toning, else New Old Stock and fine. Other variants of 1975 Pontiac literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 4.00

12303. General Motors automobiles. Two items: General Motors Corporation First Quarter Report 1975, and 1975 General Motors Spring Product Panorama. General Motors Corp., Detroit: 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, General Motors, GMC, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Vauxhall, Astre, Ventura, Firebird, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, LeMans Sport Coupe, LeMans, Grand Ville Brougham, Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix, Safari Station Wagon, Formula, Trans Am, Business History, Annual Report, Affirmative Action, Civil Rights, Equal Opportunity, African-American, Black, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, (14) pp., turquoise and black; and 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 oblong, (20) pp., gatefold at front, full color throughout, respectively. The Spring Product Panorama proclaims, "On May 1, we introduced the new international-size Cadillac Seville, a truly magnificent motor car...And on May 8 the new subcompact Chevrolet Monza Towne Coupe made its debut...." Brightly colorful new models in all GM carlines, including a burnt orange Camaro Type LT, blue Firebird, a rich claret Cadillac Coupe de Ville, and many more. Quarterly Report contains discussion of safety regulations, equal opportunity employment practices, and other matters. Oddball pieces. Original envelope stained, both booklets virtually as new. Other variants of 1975 General Motors literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three items. 16.50

12304. Eagle Enterprises. Eagle Truck Covers. Eagle Enterprises, Inc., Turbotville, Pa.: (1975). Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, Ford, Eagle Enterprises, Turbotville, Pennsylvania, Camping, Carpenter, Plumber, Electrician, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 4 pp. folder, full color. "Eagle presents the ultimate in All Aluminum and ABS Cycolac plastic truck covers for all makes and models to suit every purpose." Ten color photos in all, most showing their products on Ford pickups. Including variety of styles for camping, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, construction work, and other applications. Oddball piece. Very minor soft crease top right, else New Old Stock and excellent. Other variants of 1975 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 18.50

12305. Buick Opel automobiles. 1975 Buick "Special Edition" Opel sales folder. Buick-Opel: 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Opel, Buick-Opel, Manta, Paul Revere, Silver, Silversmith, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11 oblong, 4 pp. folder, full color, in English, for U.S. market. With curious Paul Revere theme, showing the famed patriot astride his horse, and offering "A Limited Edition Solid Silver Urn by Paul Revere." Inside, three color photos of 1975 Special Edition Opel Manta, with fuel injection. Likely originally written in Germany, and translated by a German, as many sentences end with exclamation marks! "The 1975 Opel is a practical car! It's an economical car!...Opel's suspension system delivers!..." Oddball piece; the Paul Revere urn on cover is not mentioned again. Some soft filing creases, else New Old Stock and very fine. Other variants of 1975 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 12.25

12306. Opel automobiles. 1974 Opel Manta full color sales catalogue. Buick-Opel: Oct. 1973. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Opel, Buick-Opel, Manta, 1974, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11, (20) pp., full color, on matte art enamel; in English, for U.S. market. A highly contemporary look, with early Seventies typography and art direction. Late 1973 letterpress imprint on back cover, with late product feature changes. Light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and very fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 12.75

12307. Toyota automobiles. 1974 Toyota Mark II full color sales catalogue. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Torrance, Calif.: printed in Japan, 1973. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Toyota, Mark II, Japan, Japanese Car, 1974, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9-1/2 x 11-1/2 oblong, (16) pp., full color, on matte art enamel; in English, for U.S. market. "Mark II. The most Toyota." Interesting period fashions and hairstyles (the gentleman's hair is longer than his girlfriend's). New York dealer's handstamp applied twice on cover, else New Old Stock and very fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 10.50

12308. Toyota automobiles. 1974 Toyota Corona full color sales catalogue. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Torrance, Calif.: May 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Toyota, Corona, Japan, Japanese Car, 1974, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 11 x 11 oblong, (8) pp., full color. Well illustrated. New York dealer's handstamp on cover, else New Old Stock and very fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 9.75

12309. Toyota automobiles. 1974 Toyota Corolla full color sales catalogue. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Torrance, Calif.: May 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Toyota, Corolla, Japan, Japanese Car, 1974, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 11 x 11 oblong, (8) pp., full color. Well illustrated. New York dealer's handstamp on cover, else New Old Stock and very fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 9.75

12311. Toyota automobiles. 1974 Toyota Half-ton Truck full color sales folder. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Torrance, Calif.: Feb. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, Toyota, Japan, Japanese Car, 1974, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 11 x 11 oblong, opening to 11 x 33, full color. Well illustrated. New York dealer's handstamp on cover, some cover rub from adjacent literature, else New Old Stock and very fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.50

12312. Toyota automobiles. 1973 Toyota Half-ton Truck full color sales sheet. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Torrance, Calif.: May 1973. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, Toyota, Japan, Japanese Car, 1973, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10-3/4 x 10-3/4, full color. On one side, avocado Half-ton pickup, with smaller side and bird's-eye photos of standard and long wheelbase trucks (five photos in all); on verso, large rear view photos of yellow standard wheelbase and avocado long wheelbase trucks, with bed doors down. "Now Toyota gives you a choice of truck sizes. Big. Bigger." New York dealer's handstamp on cover, minor file wear, else New Old Stock and very fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 7.25

12313. Dodge and Mitsubishi automobiles. 1984 Dodge Colt full color sales catalogue. Dodge Imports: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-205-4008. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Mitsubishi, Colt, Japan, Japanese Car, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12 oblong, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Colt and Colt Vista, "Imported for Dodge, Built by Mitsubishi," with copper metallic headers all pages. Light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12314. Dodge automobiles. 1984 Dodge Charger full color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-205-4005. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Charger, Shelby, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12, 18 pp., front gatefold, full color, with handsome metallic bright silver solid-coverage all pages. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Charger, including Shelby Charger. A highly attractive catalogue. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Five available; each, 9.75

12315. Dodge automobiles. 1984 Dodge 600 Series full color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-205-4006. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, 600 Series, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12, 22 pp., front gatefold, full color, with handsome metallic bright silver solid-coverage all pages. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 600 Series. A highly attractive catalogue. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 8.75

12316. Dodge automobiles. 1984 Dodge Aries full color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-205-4002. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Aries, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12, 18 pp., front gatefold, full color, with handsome metallic bright silver solid-coverage all pages. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Aries. A highly attractive catalogue. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 8.75

12317. Dodge automobiles. 1984 Dodge Diplomat full color sales folder. Dodge: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-205-4003. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Diplomat, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12, opening to 12 x 30, full color, with handsome metallic bright silver solid-coverage all pages. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Diplomat. A highly attractive catalogue. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.75

12318. Dodge automobiles. 1984 Dodge Daytona full color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-205-4004. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Daytona, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12, 19 pp., with stiff gatefolds front and back, full color, with handsome metallic bright silver solid-coverage all pages. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Daytona. A highly attractive catalogue. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Six available; each, 12.25

12319. Dodge automobiles. 1984 Dodge Daytona full color sales catalogue, "Daytona Makes News!," with illustrated reviews from seven car magazines. Dodge: n.d. but 1983-84. No Form No. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Daytona, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp., full color. Glowing reviews from Car and Driver, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Road & Track, Sports Car Graphic, Hot Rod, and Car Craft, all with illustrations as they appeared in respective magazines. Bindery crease near spine, else New Old Stock and very fine. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 10.75

12320. Dodge Trucks. 1984 Dodge Ram full color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-305-4007. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, Dodge, Ram, Power Ram, Rampage, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12, 14 pp., with gatefolds at back, full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Ram 50, Power Ram 50, and Rampage Trucks. A highly attractive catalogue. Some handling wrinkles, but New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.25

12321. Dodge automobiles. 1984 Dodge Caravan full color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1983. Form No. 81-305-4001. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Caravan, Minivan, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 10 x 12, 21 pp., with stiff gatefolds at front, full color, with handsome metallic bright silver solid-coverage all pages. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Caravan. A highly attractive catalogue. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1984 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 12.25

12322. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford LTD full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11 oblong, 12 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1977 LTD. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including Station Wagon. Some handling evidence, but New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12323. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford LTD II full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Jan. 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, LTD II, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11 oblong, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1977 LTD II. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including 2-Door Hardtop, 4-Door Pillared Hardtop, Brougham 4-Door Pillared Hardtop, Station Wagon, and Squire Wagon. Ford introduces this "new, trim-size line in the LTD tradition"--with 118" wheelbase! New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.75

12324. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Granada full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Jan. 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Granada, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11 oblong, 12 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1977 Granada. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including 2-Door Sedan, Ghia Sedan, and Sports Coupe, and 4-Door Sedan and Ghia Sedan. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 7.75

12325. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Pinto full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Pinto, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11 oblong, 12 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1977 Pinto. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including 2-Door Sedan, 3-Door Runabout, and three Wagons. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era: one college girl has hair well past her waist; her boyfriend has blow-dried "helmet hair." Discussion of "Aeronutronic Ford Radios." New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12326. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Station Wagons full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Pinto, LTD II, LTD, Club Wagon, Station Wagon, Squire, Country Squire, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11 oblong, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1977 Wagons. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including Pinto, LTD II, LTD, Club Wagon, Station Wagon, Squire, and Country Squire. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era, lime green bellbottoms complementing the lime green interior. Discussion of "Aeronutronic Ford Radios." New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.75

12327. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Mustang II full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Mustang, Mustang II, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11 oblong, 12 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1977 Mustang II. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including Hardtop, Ghia, Cobra II, 3-Door 2+2, and Mach I. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era, with "helmet hair" in evidence. Discussion of "Aeronutronic Ford Radios." New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Four available; each, 8.50

12329. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford full-line full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Jan. 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Pinto, Maverick, Mustang II, Granada, Thunderbird, LTD II, LTD, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 8 pp., full color. Showing the 1977 Pinto, Maverick, Mustang II, Granada, Thunderbird, LTD II, and LTD. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including small colorful thumbnails of submodels in each car line. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era, with "helmet hair" in evidence. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.50

12330. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Club Wagons full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Truck, Van, Ford, Club Wagon, Camper, Motor Home, Motorhome, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 8 pp., full color. Showing the 1977 Club Wagons, including towing motorhome, and with motorhome on Ford chassis. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era, with "helmet hair" in evidence. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12331. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Pickups full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Truck, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350, Camper, Crew Cab, Custom, Ranger, RV, Shorty, Supercab, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 8 pp., full color. Showing the 1977 Club Wagons, including Family-Size Supercab, 4x4, 4-Door Crew Cab, Custom, Pickup Box Cover, Ranger XLT, Ranger, RV, and "Shorty" Box. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era, with "helmet hair" in evidence. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12332. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford full-line full-color car and light truck sales catalogue, "Free Wheelin'." Ford Division: Dec. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Truck, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Pinto, Maverick, Mustang II, Granada, Thunderbird, LTD II, LTD, F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350, Camper, Crew Cab, Courier, Custom, Ranchero, Ranger, RV, Shorty, Supercab, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp., full color. A vividly colorful, highly creative effort, with original watercolor artwork showing highlights of their 1977 car and light truck line. Including montages of Mustang II SuperCoupe, Van, Pickup, 4x4, Pinto, and big sedan. Large renderings of complete vehicles, interiors and options, for Pinto Cruising Wagon, Mustang II, Shorty Pickup, Customized Courier, Ranchero GT, Sport Bronco, F-150 Ranger, Customized Pinto, Granada, LTD II, and Thunderbird. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era, with "helmet hair" in evidence, beach scenes, rock musician, dancers, and more. A significant example of period popular culture. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 13.75

12333. Ford automobiles. 1977/8 Ford Fiesta full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: July 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Fiesta, German, Germany, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 11, bound flip-chart style, on short dimension, (16) pp., full color. Showing the Fiesta, "A Masterpiece of European Engineering." Attractive photos of interiors and options. Interesting hair and fashions of the early disco era, with "helmet hair" in evidence. Two edge tears last two leaves, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1977 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.25

12334. Ford automobiles. 1982 Ford Fairmont Futura full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Fairmont, Futura, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 16 pp., full color. Showing the Fairmont Futura. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Very light cover rub from original packing, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1982 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12335. Ford automobiles. 1982 Ford Escort full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Escort, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 24 pp., full color. Showing the Fairmont Futura. Attractive photos of interiors and options. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1982 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12336. Ford automobiles. 1982 Ford Escort full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Escort, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 24 pp., full color. Showing the Fairmont Futura. Attractive photos of interiors and options. One soft diagonal crease, some handling evidence, else about fine and clean, as given by dealership to collector. Much other 1982 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 6.25

12337. Ford automobiles. 1982 Ford Granada full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Granada, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 20 pp., full color. Showing the Granada. Attractive photos of interiors and options. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1982 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12338. Ford automobiles. 1982 Ford Thunderbird full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Thunderbird, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 16 pp., full color. Showing the Thunderbird. Attractive photos of interiors and options. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1982 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12341. Ford Trucks. 1982 Ford Trucks full-color oversize sales folder. Ford Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Truck, Camper, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Recreation Vehicle, Recreational Vehicle, R.V., RV, Van, Ford, Econoline, SuperCab, Courier, 4x4, Bronco, Club Wagon, Ranger, Styleside, Flareside, LTL-9000, F-600, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, Ranch, Western, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, opening to 18 x 22, full color. Showing extensive range of Ford trucks, including 4x2 and 4x4 Pick Ups, Courier, Bronco, Bronco Lariat, Club Wagon, Econoline, Styleside, Flareside, and Ranger, plus the big LTL-9000 and F-600. Attractive ranch and mountain settings. Cowboy in tight designer jeans eyes girlfriend in tighter suede slacks and fringed Western jacket. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1982 auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12342. Ford Trucks. 1983 Ford Ranger full-color oversize sales folder. Ford Division: Jan. 1982. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Truck, Camper, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Ranger, Western, 1983, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, opening to 18 x 22, full color. Showing the Ranger pick up, with pleasing rich simulated stitched leather page backgrounds. Attractive settings. Minor file tip wear lower left and right, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12343. Ford automobiles. 1982 Ford Zephyr full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Oct. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Zephyr, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 12 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1982 Zephyr. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including 4-Door Sedan and 2-Door Z-7. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 7.75

12344. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford LTD Crown Victoria full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, Crown Victoria, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 LTD Crown Victoria. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including 2- and 4-Door Sedans, and Wagon. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.50

12345. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford Escort full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Escort, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 24 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Escort. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including GT, Turbo GT, LX, GL, and L, including Hatchbacks and Wagons. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12346. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford Escort full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Escort, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 24 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Escort. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including GT, Turbo GT, LX, GL, and L, including Hatchbacks and Wagons. Very light showroom handling evidence, one salesman's check mark at top front cover, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 6.50

12347. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford Tempo full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Tempo, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 24 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Tempo. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including GLX, GL, and L, including Hatchbacks and Wagons. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.75

12348. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford LTD full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, LTD, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 LTD, a short-lived smaller-wheelbase companion to the big, traditional LTD Crown Victoria. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including 4-Door Sedan, Brougham, and Wagons. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.75

12349. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford L-Line 800-9000 Series heavy truck full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Truck, Heavy Truck, Ford, L-Line, 800-9000 Series, Fire Truck, Gas Truck, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 8-1/2 x 11 oblong, 12 pp., full color, with unusual solid-coverage metallic gold backgrounds some spreads. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 L-Line 800-9000 Series of heavy trucks. Attractive photos of interiors and options, including choice of seven driver's seats. Including LT, LNT, L, and mammoth LTS Series, the latter shown hauling twin dumping trailers with 11 axles in all! Extensive technical specifications, with illustrations of fire truck, gas truck, cement mixer, and dump truck. Minor crease lower right tip, some fingerprinting metallic pages, else fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12350. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford Command Cruise Control full color sales folder. Ford Division: Sept. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Accessory, Cruise Control, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 4 pp., full color on stiff card. Interesting presentation for the Ford Command Cruise Control: "Set the pace...then relax and enjoy the ride." New Old Stock and very fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 3.75

12351. Chevrolet Trucks. 1967 Chevrolet Pickups full color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Aug. 1966. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, Chevrolet, 1967, 1960s, 1960's, 196*. 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1967 Chevy Pickups, including Chassis Cabs and Stakes. Attractive artwork of interiors and options. Including Fleetside, Fleetside Custom Sport, Stepside, 4-Wheel Drive, Stake, Chassis Cab, and Custom Campers. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 14.50

12352. Chevrolet Trucks. 1967 Chevrolet Truck full-line full color sales folder. Chevrolet Motor Division: Aug. 1966. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, El Camino, Van, Step-Van King, Camper, Chassis-Cabs, Stake, Medium-Duty. Tilt Cab, Heavy Duty, Chevrolet, Diesel, Detroit Diesel, 1967, 1960s, 1960's, 196*. 8-1/2 x 11, opening to 11 x 34, full color. Attractive presentation for the 1967 Chevy Trucks, including Pickups, El Camino, Van, Step-Van King, Camper, Chassis-Cabs, Stake, Medium-Duty. Tilt Cab, and Heavy Duty, all rendered in colorful artwork. Tumbnail photos of most engines, including Detroit Diesels. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 14.50

12353. Chevrolet Trucks. 1965 Chevrolet Light-Duty Truck full color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Aug. 1964. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Pick Up Truck, Pick-Up Truck, Pickup Truck, Stake, Chevrolet, 1965, 1960s, 1960's, 196*. 8-1/4 x 10-1/4, 8 pp., full color and duotones. Attractive presentation for the 1965 Chevy Light-Duty Trucks, including Chassis Cabs and Stakes. Attractive artwork of interiors and options. Including Chassis Cab with special utility body, wrecker body, and stake model with dual rear wheels. Oval printing-blanket spot on page 4 (only), but New Old Stock and otherwise excellent. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Reduced, 10.75

12355. Chevrolet Trucks. 1967 Chevrolet Heavy-Duty Truck full color sales folder. Chevrolet Motor Division: 1966. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Chevrolet, 1967, 1960s, 1960's, 196*. Opening to 19 x 24, full color artwork. Attractive presentation for the 1967 Chevy heavy-duty Trucks. "...A complete line-up of heavy-duty cab types...Chevrolet's husky Series 70 and 80 heavyweights...," conventional and tilt cab, gas and diesel. Trivial ink scuff on blank margins outer panels, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 14.50

12356. Renault automobiles. 1972 Renault 16 folder, "Consumer Information...," manual transmission. Renault, Paris: Sept. 1971. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, French Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Renault, 1972, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 6-1/2 x 8-1/4 oblong, 4 pp., black and white. Supplement for U.S.-market owner's manuals, with tire reserve load, vehicle stopping distance, and acceleration and passing ability tables. Some wrinkling, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 4.50

12357. Cadillac automobiles. 1976 Cadillac magazine for dealers only, "Cadillac Parts Pacesetter - To help you increase volume and profits through Cadillac Service Opportunities." GM Parts Div.: Oct., 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, 1973, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Baja, National Off Road Racing Association. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., cinnamon and black on white, plus (4) pp. "Cadillac Service Information" section bound in center, prepunched for dealer's binder, black on lilac. Creative photo montage of four Cadillacs, in circular silhouettes, surrounding a Cadillac steering wheel: "Chirping, groaning, popping, thumping, squealing...A zoo? An amusement park spook house? No. That's probably the way many of your customers have described steering problems to you...Promote a steering tune-up special. It can pay off up front!" Four photos of older Cadillacs: "Can you guess the year?," showing 1949, 1957, 1962, and 1976 cars. Service supplement in centerfold comprises diagnosis chart for 1973 Cadillac steering system. Exploded view of front end of Eldorado sheet metal, with text promoting body and paint work by Cadillac dealers. Interesting two-page spread, "Sand & Mid...The First Baja Road Run," with story of the National Off Road Racing Association. Some edge toning, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 8.75

12358. Cadillac automobiles. 1976 Cadillac magazine for dealers only, "Cadillac Parts Pacesetter - To help you increase volume and profits through Cadillac Service Opportunities." GM Parts Div.: Nov., 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, 1973, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Chevrolet, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, 1957, Woodworking, Pine. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., mustard and black on white, plus (4) pp. "Cadillac Service Information" section bound in center, prepunched for dealer's binder, black on sand. Two-page spread with photos of GM lubricants and car care products. Service supplement in centerfold comprises chart for 1973 Cadillac maintenance service and schedule, and table of factory recommended fluids. Large photos of "Handsome, Handy Cadillac Accessories": underseat tissue dispenser, rubber floor mats, and carpeted floor mats, the latter two with Cadillac crest. Fascinating two-page article on creator of full-size replica of a 1957 Chevy Pickup - made entirely of wood - including its detailed engine! On cover, handsome photo of 1934 Cadillac convertible coupe. Some edge toning, some coffee spotting on left side cover, else very good and internally clean. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.25

12359. Cadillac automobiles. 1976 Cadillac magazine for dealers only, "Cadillac Parts Pacesetter - To help you increase volume and profits through Cadillac Service Opportunities." GM Parts Div.: Dec., 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, 1973, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Balloon, Ballooning, Hot Air, Christmas. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., Christmas greens and black on white, plus (4) pp. "Cadillac Service Information" section bound in center, prepunched for dealer's binder, black on mint green. Two-page spread with artwork of police car and Cadillac at road block, promoting early vehicle inspections by dealer. Service supplement in centerfold comprises chart for 1973 Cadillac Exterior Lighting Service Procedures. Large photos of "Cadillac Accessories of the Month": rear window defogger and thermometer mirror. Fascinating two-page article on hot air ballooning, with information on its history, costs, and participation. On covers, attractive Christmasty artwork in Seventies style. Very light edge toning, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12360. Cadillac automobiles. 1976 Cadillac magazine for dealers only, "Cadillac Parts Pacesetter - To help you increase volume and profits through Cadillac Service Opportunities." GM Parts Div.: Mar., 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, Auburn, Duesenberg, Packard, 1974, 1976, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., avocado and black on white, plus (4) pp. "Cadillac Service Information" section bound in center, prepunched for dealer's binder, black on pistachio. Stylized Seventies artwork showing sunburst behind Eldorado, "Pave the way to more sales...with genuine GM-Cadillac shocks and suspension parts...Your customers need to be told what you already know - that worn-out shocks...should be replaced...." Service supplement in centerfold comprises diagnosis chart for 1974 Cadillac front suspension (except Eldorado), with exploded diagram. Full-page airbrushed photo of "Genuine GM-Cadillac Engine Replacement assemblies...new power for older Cadillacs...." Interesting two-page spread, "Antique Cars bring Futuristic Prices," with large photos of 1929 Cadillac, 1932 Auburn, 1933 Duesenberg, and 1930 Packard boattail, with their 1976 values, and fascinating text. Some edge toning, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 8.75

12361. Cadillac automobiles. 1976 Cadillac magazine for dealers only, "Cadillac Parts Pacesetter - To help you increase volume and profits through Cadillac Service Opportunities." GM Parts Div.: Sept., 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, 1974, 1976, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, CB Radio, Citizens Band Radio, Archery. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., mocha and black on white, plus (4) pp. "Cadillac Service Information" section bound in center, prepunched for dealer's binder, black on sand. Oversized photo of muffler, "Keep it quiet - Exhaust system service can mean big profit for you...Don't lose profitable exhaust repair business to the specialty shops!" Full-page treatment promoting CB Radios for installation in Cadillacs, with two large photos of units bearing GM logo. Service supplement in centerfold comprises diagnosis chart for 1974 Cadillac fuel system, with technical diagram and three photos. Interesting two-page spread, "Learn the Art of Archery." Some edge toning, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 12.75

12362. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac magazine for dealers only, "Pontiac Parts Tips." GM Parts Div.: Sept., 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Para Medic, Para-Medic, Paramedic. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp., mustard and black, and lime and black on white, variously. Oversized cover photo of rusty muffler being removed from a Pontiac, "GM-Pontiac is the System to Beat." Inside, double-page treatment showing doctor's bag and stethoscope beside genuine GM muffler and exhaust pipe. Poster-style spread in centerfold, apparently intended to be removed and displayed on service department wall: "Quiet isn't always safe - Have your Exhaust System checked now!" Interesting two-page article, "Squad Three," with account of paramedics in an unnamed big city. Minor file wear, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12363. Pontiac automobiles. 1975 Pontiac magazine for dealers only, "Pontiac Parts Tips." GM Parts Div.: Nov., 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Bunny, Rabbit, Scuba, Diving, Ice. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp., aqua and black, and green and black on white, variously. Oversized cover photo of mechanic's compressed air gun at work on steering component of a Pontiac. Inside, double-page treatment showing cute black and white bunny exploring a display of genuine GM steering components: "Multiply your profits quick as a bunny...." Poster-style spread in centerfold, apparently intended to be removed and displayed on service department wall: "Shimmy can be dangerous - Have your steering system safety-checked today!" Interesting two-page article on scuba diving in ice. Minor fingerprinting outside back panel, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto and truck literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.75

12364. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford Thunderbird full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Thunderbird, FILA, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 20 pp., full color. Exhaustive, stylish presentation for the 1984 Thunderbird. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including base Thunderbird, Turbo Coupe, Zlan, and FILA Thunderbird, "inspired by the world-famous sportswear...a unique, sporty look." New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 8.25

12365. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Tempo, Thunderbird, LTD, Mustang, SVO, GT, Turbo GT, LX, L, Convertibles, Escort, LTD Crown Victoria, EXP, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11 oblong, 20 pp., full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford model range, including Tempo, Thunderbird, LTD, Mustang, Escort, LTD Crown Victoria, and EXP. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Including Mustang SVO, GT, Turbo GT, LX, L, and Convertibles. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.50

12366. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Thunderbird full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Thunderbird, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles. 11 x 11, 12 pp., full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1977 Thunderbird. Attractive photos of interiors and options, including five different seating configurations and trim choices. Very 1976-ish fashions and hairstyles. Minor edge file crease last few leaves, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately, including 1977 Thunderbird Town Landau. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12367. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Thunderbird Town Landau full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Jan. 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Thunderbird, Town Landau, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles. 11 x 11, 8 pp., full color, imitation burled wood stiff, varnished covers. Dedicated presentation for the 1977 Thunderbird Town Landau, "our most luxurious Thunderbird." Attractive photos of interiors and options, including personalized owner's plaque on dash. Very 1976-ish fashions and hairstyles. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 10.75

12368. Ford automobiles. 1976 Ford Station Wagons-only full color sales folder. Ford Division: Aug. 1975. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Station Wagon, Station Wagons, Pinto, Torino, Gran Torino, LTD, Country Squire, Club Wagon, Woody, 1976, 1970s, 1970's, 197*, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles. 11 x 11, opening to 11 x 44, full color. Comprehensive presentation for 1976 Wagons, including Pinto, Torino, Gran Torino, LTD, Country Squire, and Club Wagon; beauty shot of restored, 1939 Ford Woody on front panel. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Very 1975-ish fashions and hairstyles. Light, colorless rippling top portion, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12369. Chevrolet automobiles. 1982 Chevrolet Malibu Classic full color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: July 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Malibu, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles. 10 x 10, 8 pp., full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1982 Malibu. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Very 1981-ish fashions and hairstyles. Lengthy disclaimer at back of origin of parts, but offers that "all...will provide the quality performance associated with the Chevrolet name." New Old Stock and very fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12370. Chevrolet automobiles. 1982 Chevrolet Chevette full color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Chevette, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles. 10 x 10, 16 pp., full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1982 Chevette, including Diesel and Scooter models. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Very 1981-ish fashions and hairstyles. Lengthy disclaimer at back of origin of parts, but offers that "all...will provide the quality performance associated with the Chevrolet name." New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12371. Lincoln automobiles. 1982 Lincoln full color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: Oct. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Lincoln, Signature Series, Cartier Designer Series, Town Car, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 12 pp., full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1982 Lincoln, including Signature Series, Cartier Designer Series, and Town Car. Attractive photos of interiors and options. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12372. Buick automobiles. 1984 Buick full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Buick Motor Division: n.d. but 1984. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Riviera, Century, Regal, Skyhawk, Skylark, LeSabre, Electra, Station Wagons, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*, Olympics, Los Angeles. 10 x 12, 70 pp., full color, translucent endpapers, premium high-gloss art enamel text. Exhaustive presentation for the full 1984 Buick line, including Riviera, Century, Regal, Skyhawk, Skylark, LeSabre, Electra, and Station Wagons. Superbly photographed interiors and special features. Lengthy tables of specifications. Displaying Olympic logo; "Official Car...." Minor handling evidence, else New Old Stock and very fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 8.75

12373. Buick automobiles. 1984 Buick full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Buick Motor Division: n.d. but 1984. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Buick, Riviera, Century, Regal, Skyhawk, Skylark, LeSabre, Electra, Park Avenue, Station Wagons, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*, Olympics, Los Angeles. 10 x 12, 24 pp., full color, enamel text. Attractive presentation of the full 1984 Buick line, including Riviera, Century, Regal, Skyhawk, Skylark, LeSabre, Electra, Park Avenue, and Station Wagons. A companion catalogue to their exhaustive, 70-page catalogue, listed separately. Superbly photographed interiors and special features. Lengthy tables of specifications. Displaying Olympic logo; "Official Car...." Minor soft ripples radiating from staples, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Seven available; each, 7.25

12374. Mercury automobiles. 1982 Mercury Marquis full color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Marquis, Grand Marquis, Colony Park, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 16 pp., full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1982 Mercury Marquis, including 2-Door, Grand Marquis, Wagon, and Colony Park Wagon. Attractive photos of interiors and options. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.25

12375. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford F-Series Pickup full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, F-Series, SuperCab, Crew Cab, Chassis-Cab, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 20 pp., striking solid-coverage metallic silver covers, full color text. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford F-Series Pickup, including SuperCab, Crew Cab, and Chassis-Cab. Attractive photos of interiors and options; exterior paint colors and tu-tones. Very light superficial wear from showroom literature display, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 11.75

12376. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford Light Truck full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Van, Ford, Ranger, F-Series Pickup, Bronco, Bronco II, Club Wagon, Econoline, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 12 pp., striking solid-coverage metallic silver covers, full color text. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford Light Trucks, including Ranger, F-Series Pickup, Bronco, Bronco II, Club Wagon, and Econoline. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Very light superficial wear from showroom literature display, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 14.75

12377. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford Bronco full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Ford, Bronco, XLT, Snow Plow, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 16 pp., striking solid-coverage metallic silver covers, full color text. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford Bronco, including Bronco XLT, Trailer Towing, and Snow Plowing features. Attractive photos of interiors and options; exterior paint colors and tu-tones. Very light superficial wear from showroom literature display, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.75

12378. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford Bronco II full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Ford, Bronco, Bronco II, Eddie Bauer Bronco II, XLT, XLS, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 16 pp., striking solid-coverage metallic silver covers, full color text. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford Bronco II, including Eddie Bauer Bronco II, XLT, XLS, Trailer Towing, and Snow Plowing features. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Very light superficial wear from showroom literature display, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.75

12379. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford Econoline Van full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Van, Ford, Econoline, School Bus, Camper, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 16 pp., striking solid-coverage metallic silver covers, full color text. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford Econoline Van, including XL, Trailer Towing, and Van Conversions, showing school bus and camper. Attractive photos of interiors and options; exterior paint colors. One marginal handling crease from showroom literature display, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.75

12380. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford Club Wagon full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Van, Ford, Club Wagon, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 16 pp., striking solid-coverage metallic silver covers, full color text. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford Club Wagon, including XL, XLT, Trailer Towing, and Van Pooling, showing school bus and camper. Attractive photos of interiors and options; exterior paint colors. Very light superficial wear from showroom literature display, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.75

12381. Ford Trucks. 1984 Ford Ranger full-color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Aug. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Pick Up, Pick-Up, Pickup, Ford, Ranger, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 11 x 11, 20 pp., striking solid-coverage metallic silver covers, full color text. Comprehensive presentation for the 1984 Ford Ranger, including XL, XLS, XLT, snowplow preparation package, trailer towing, recreation and Chassis-Cab. Attractive photos of interiors and options; exterior paint colors. Very light superficial wear from showroom literature display, else New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.75

12382. Dodge automobiles. Dodge Daytona full-color sales catalogue of gift merchandise, believed 1984. Dodge: n.d. but probably second half 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Daytona, MoPar, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*, Aerobics, Disco, Hair, Hairstyle, Fashion, Fashions. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 16 pp., full color, with striking full-matte and high-gloss inks and varnishes, giving dramatic effect throughout. Fascinating period piece, with attractive guys and gals modeling Daytona-theme fashions, including nylon jackets, ladies' designer tops, jogging suits, sweaters, plus sunglasses, Yves Saint Laurent luggage set, Parker pen, stopwatch, car care products and more -- all bearing the Daytona script logo. Superbly blow-dried hair, tight leather pants, aerobics outfits, and other styling cues of the early Eighties abound. "You are now actually experiencing a dream come true - owning the most advanced, high-tech sports car ever produced in the history of the New Chrysler Corporation...Daytona - by Dodge...Make a personal statement...about your tastes and your life-style...." Original order form-price list bound in. Trivial superficial cover wear, else New Old Stock and excellent. An uncommon form of Mopar literature! Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 16.50

12383. Audi automobiles. 1978 Audi full-line, full-color sales folder. Audi, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably second half 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, 5000, Fox, Horch, Auto Union, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, opening to 17 x 33, full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1978 Audi, including 5000 and Fox. Attractive photos of interiors and engineering features; two massive photos of each model, plus many smaller views. Discussion of the firm's automaking heritage, and descendance from Horch and Auto Union. Few tea spots on front panel, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 7.75

12384. Audi automobiles. 1978 Audi full-line, full-color sales folder. Audi, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably second half 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, 5000, Fox, Horch, Auto Union, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, opening to 17 x 33, full color. Comprehensive presentation for the 1978 Audi, including 5000 and Fox. Attractive photos of interiors and engineering features; two massive photos of each model, plus many smaller views. Discussion of the firm's automaking heritage, and descendance from Horch and Auto Union. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12385. Audi automobiles. 1978 Audi 5000 full-color sales sheet. Audi, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably second half 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, 5000, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color side view of silver four-door on front, posed in lushly tended driveway; side, front, rear, and bird's-eye photos on verso, with dimensions and specifications. Light handling evidence, but New Old Stock and fine. Dealer's handstamp on verso.Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Thirteen available; each, 4.75

12386. Audi automobiles. 1977 Audi Fox full-color sales catalogue. Audi, printed in U.S.: Nov. 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, Fox, Auto Union, DKW, Horch, Wanderer, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12 oblong, (12) pp., full color with sepia ink artwork of engineering features. Comprehensive, creative presentation for the 1977 Audi Fox, with an unusually well-executed blend of photography, artwork, copywriting, and art direction. "Like a wild animal, a car must function in a certain terrain and climate...The Fox has been conceived, not piecemeal, but in concert...." Attractive photos of cars in interesting settings. Discussion of the firm's automaking heritage, and descendance from Horch and Auto Union; eight colorful renderings of predecessors, from 1910 Audi Doppelphaeton to 1950 DKW Meisterklasse. Light cover scuffing from original carton pack, but New Old Stock and fine. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 9.75

12387. Audi automobiles. 1975 Audi 100LS full-color sales folder. Audi, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, 100LS, Auto Union, DKW, Horch, Wanderer, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 10-3/4 oblong, (4) pp., full color. Attractive photos of cars in interesting settings, four in all. "People Buy Cars For All Kinds of Reasons. The Audio Has All of Them." New Old Stock and fine. Volkswagen dealer's handstamp on back panel. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Nine available; each, 6.75

12388. Audi automobiles. 1975 Audi Fox full-color sales folder. Audi, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, Fox, Auto Union, DKW, Horch, Wanderer, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 10-3/4 oblong, (4) pp., full color. Attractive photos of cars in interesting settings, seven in all. "The Story of the Fox." Soft corner ripple from file storage, else New Old Stock and fine. Volkswagen dealer's handstamp on back panel. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 6.75

12389. Audi automobiles. 1978 Audi Fox GTI full-color sales folder. Porsche + Audi, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, Fox, Auto Union, DKW, Horch, Porsche, Wanderer, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (4) pp., full color. "GTI - The foxiest Fox of them all...The spirited Fox sports sedan in sparking silver, accented with stripes and spoilers...." Attractive photos of car, plus interior, engine, and dash. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.25

12390. Volkswagen automobiles. 1978 Volkswagen Rabbit full-color sales catalogue. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Rabbit, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12 oblong, 16 pp., full color. "The Incredible Rabbit - It's one great surprise after another." Comprehensive presentation for the 1988 Rabbit, Rabbit C, Rabbit L, and Rabbit Diesel. Attractive photos of interiors and options; printed exterior paint, cloth, and leatherette color samples. New Old Stock and fine. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Five available; each, 9.75

12391. Volkswagen automobiles. 1978 Volkswagen Limited Champagne Edition II full-color sales folder. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Rabbit, Scirocco, Dasher, Beetle, Convertible, Bus, Campmobile, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8 x 11, (4) pp., full color. Wraparound photo montage of Rabbit, Scirocco, Dasher, Beetle Convertible, and Bus, all in Limited Champagne Edition trim. Specifications of all five models inside. "...So if you decide to be first on your block with a Champagne VW, there's a good chance you may also be the only one lucky enough to own one of these very special Volkswagens." One small white printing blemish on back panel, not affecting car, soft creases, but New Old Stock and otherwise fine. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 9.75

12392. Volkswagen automobiles. 1978 Volkswagen Scirocco full-color sales folder. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Scirocco, Race, Racing, TransAm, Trans Am, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 11, opening to 22 x 33, full color. When fully open, wall-poster style photo of racing Scirocco #42, lime-green livery on silver, on track, with street Scirocco in foreground. "Specially built Sciroccos have stormed through the TransAm series at speeds exceeding 160 mph...." Printed exterior paint, cloth, and leatherette color samples. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.25

12393. Volkswagen automobiles. 1978 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible, Bus, Dasher, Rabbit, and Scirocco full-color sales folder. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Beetle, Convertible, Bus, Campmobile, Dasher, Rabbit, Scirocco, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 11, (4) pp., full color. In all, 11 photos, including lime green Rabbit, Beetle Convertible, Bus, and Campmobile Bus. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Four available; each, 7.25

12394. Volkswagen automobiles. 1978 Volkswagen Dasher Wagon full-color sales folder. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Dasher, Wagon, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 5-1/2 x 8-3/4, (4) pp., full color. "My husband drives our Mercedes to work. So when we went shopping for a wagon, I said, 'How about some luxury for me?'" In all, 5 photos. "When you travel in a Dasher, you know you've arrived." New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12395. Volkswagen automobiles. 1978 Volkswagen Dasher Sedan and Hatchback full-color sales folder. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Dasher, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 5-1/2 x 8-3/4, (4) pp., full color. "Dasher Sedan & Hatchback. Two different ways to enjoy one high standard of elegance and luxury." In all, 5 photos. "When you travel in a Dasher, you know you've arrived." New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12397. Volkswagen automobiles. 1975 Volkswagen Station Wagon (Bus) full-color sales catalogue. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Station Wagon, Bus, Campmobile, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 11, (8) pp. plus gatefold at back. Comprehensive presentation for the 1975 Bus and Campmobile, herein called the Station Wagon. Attractive photos of interiors and options; full side-view photos of Bus in seven different color schemes on back page. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 11.75

12398. Volkswagen automobiles. 1975 Volkswagen Rabbit full-color sales sheet. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Rabbit, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8 x 10 oblong, large full-color photo of yellow sedan on one side, specifications on verso. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied on back. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 5.75

12399. Volkswagen automobiles. 1975 Volkswagen Rabbit pair of full-color sales sheets. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Rabbit, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8 x 10 oblong, large full-color photo of lime two-door on one side, specifications on verso; second sheet with colorful cutaway of yellow coupe. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied on each. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Pair, 11.50

12400. Volkswagen automobiles. 1975 Volkswagen Dasher full-color sales catalogue. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: n.d. but probably late 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Dasher, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 11, (16) pp., full color. "The family car of the future...for the next 25 years!" Much dramatic photography, showing the car at speed and posed in picturesque settings. Printed exterior paint, cloth, and leatherette samples. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12402. Ford automobiles. 1984 Ford Wagons full color sales catalogue. Ford Division: Nov. 1983. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Wagon, Station Wagon, Escort, LTD, Crown Victoria, Club Wagon, 1984, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 10-3/4, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1984 Wagons, including Escort, LTD, Crown Victoria, and Club Wagon. Attractive photos of interiors and options. New Old Stock and excellent. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12403. Mercury automobiles. 1982 Mercury Lynx full color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: Oct. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Lynx, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 20 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1982 Lynx, including 3- and 5-Door and Wagon. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Soft ripples left side from box storage, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 6.75

12404. Mercury automobiles. 1982 Mercury Capri full color sales catalogue. Lincoln-Mercury Division: Aug. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Capri, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 11, 12 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1982 Capri, including 3- and 5-Door and Wagon. Attractive photos of interiors and options. Superficial cover rub from file, one soft crease lower right tip, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12405. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat 128 4-Door Sedan full color sales sheet. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., 128, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color. In all, six attractive photos, including interior. Two-inch edge tear, else New Old Stock and fine. Fishkill, N.Y. dealer's handstamp. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 3.25

12406. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat 131 4-Door Sedan full color sales sheet. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., 131, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color. In all, six attractive photos, including interior. New Old Stock and fine. Fishkill, N.Y. dealer's handstamp. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 5.75

12407. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat 131 2-Door Sedan full color sales sheet, stapled to second sheet with small photos and exhaustive specifications of eight additional models. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., 128, 131, X1/9, 124, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color. Six attractive photos, including interior, of 131; eight photos on second sheet of 128 2-Door, 128 4-Door, 128 Hatchback Coupe, 131 2-Door Coupe, 131 4-Door Sedan, 131 Station Wagon, X1/9, and 124 Sport Spider. New Old Stock and fine. Fishkill, N.Y. dealer's handstamp. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Four sets available; each, 11.50

12408. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat 124 Sport Spider full color sales sheet. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., 124, Sport Spider, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color. Large photo of orange car with wire wheels, on dock, cabin cruiser and lighthouse in background. On verso, seven additional attractive photos, including interior. New Old Stock and fine. Fishkill, N.Y. dealer's handstamp. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 6.75

12409. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat 128 Hatchback Coupe full color sales sheet. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., 128, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color. Large photo of orange car on sand dune. On verso, six additional attractive photos, including interior. New Old Stock and fine. Fishkill, N.Y. dealer's handstamp. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 5.75

12410. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat 128 2-Door Sedan full color sales sheet. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., 128, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color. Large photo of yellow car on marshy sand dune. On verso, six additional attractive photos, including interior. New Old Stock and fine. Fishkill, N.Y. dealer's handstamp. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 5.75

12411. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat X 1/9 full color sales sheet. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., X1/9, X 1/9, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, full color. Large photo of pale green car on elegantly manicured driveway. On verso, seven additional attractive photos, including interior. New Old Stock and fine. Fishkill, N.Y. dealer's handstamp. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 6.75

12412. Fiat automobiles. 1979? Fiat full-color, full-line accessories sales catalogue. Fiat Motors of North America: n.d. but in collection with Volvo literature dated 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Italian Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Fiat, F.I.A.T., 124, 128, 131, X1/9, X 1/9, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9-1/2 x 10-1/4 oblong, (12) pp., full color. Profusely illustrated, with interior and exterior factory accessories of every description, for all U.S.-market Fiats. Including body stripes, engine heaters, center armrests, vinyl gearshifts with cloisonne emblem, wire wheel covers, radio with 8-track, air conditioners, and more. New Old Stock and fine. Much other Fiat and other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 12.75

12413. Volvo automobiles. 1980 Volvo full-line, full-color sales catalogue. Volvo of America Corp.: Sept. 1979. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, European Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volvo, 1980, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 8-1/2 x 10-3/4, (16) pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1980 Volvo, including DL, GT, GL, GLE, Bertone Coupe, and Wagon. Attractive photos of interiors and features. Much on safety, with large photo of the older 244 being crash-tested. Minor file wear, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12414. Volvo automobiles. 1979 Volvo Station Wagon-only full-color sales catalogue. Volvo of America Corp.: Feb. 1979. For U.S. market, but printed in English in Germany! Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, European Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volvo, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1979 Volvo Wagons, 240/260 Series. Attractive photos of interiors and features. Much on safety. New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Three available; each, 12.25

12415. Volvo automobiles. 1978 Volvo air conditioning full-color sales folder. Volvo of America Corp.: June 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, European Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volvo, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (4) pp., full color, on stiff Kromekote. Interesting presentation for Volvo's year-round air conditioning system, "The quality unit for the quality car." Soft edge roll from file storage, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.25

12417. Cooper Tires. 1970's Cooper Tire pair of color catalogue sheets, "For dealer use only." Cooper Tire Co., Findlay, Ohio: n.d. but 1977-80 period. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Muscle Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Tire, Tires, Cooper, Findlay, Ohio, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, printed both sides, on embossed enamel. For Cooper Pro 60 and Pro 70 Radials. Large photo of these high performance fiberglass belted radials, with handsome outline white letters on sidewall, superimposed on idyllic mountain lake and covered bridge, respectively. On backs, cutaway showing tire construction, with specification chart. New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Scarce. Two sets of two sheets available; each set, 6.25

12418. Dodge automobiles. 1979 Dodge Magnum XE full-color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Magnum, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1979 Dodge Magnum XE. Attractive photos of interiors and features. Printed exterior and two-tone paint colors. Numerous photos and details of options, including CB Radio. Light handling evidence, else New Old Stock and fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 7.75

12419. Dodge automobiles. 1979 Dodge Magnum XE full-color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Magnum, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1979 Dodge Magnum XE. Attractive photos of interiors and features. Printed exterior and two-tone paint colors. Numerous photos and details of options, including CB Radio. New Old Stock and very fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12420. Dodge automobiles. 1979 Dodge St. Regis full-color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, St. Regis, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1979 Dodge St. Regis, photographed on the plaza at New York's World Trade Center. Attractive photos of interiors and features. Printed exterior and two-tone paint colors. Details of options, including CB Radio. Engine options still included the venerable slant six, up to 360 heavy duty V-8. Yellow paint speckling on cover, actually enhancing its appearance(!), light wear upper right tip, else very good. Together with: road test sheets, printed by Dodge from report in Mar. 1979 "Car and Driver," and distributed in showrooms. 8-1/2 x 11, 5 leaves, black and white, original staple at top. Light edge toning, else fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two items, 9.75

12421. Dodge automobiles. 1979 Dodge Diplomat full-color sales catalogue. Dodge: Aug. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Dodge, Diplomat, 1979, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 11, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation for the 1979 Dodge Diplomat, with much watercolor artwork showing fashionably tressed guys and gals jogging, taking Polaroid pictures, bicycling, and in other recreation. Attractive illustrations of interiors and features. Printed exterior and two-tone paint colors. Details of options, including CB Radio. Engine options still included the venerable slant six, up to 360 heavy duty V-8. Some marginal file wear, colorless corner cockling, else good. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 5.50

12422. Ford automobiles. 1977 Ford Cars full-color Accessories sales catalogue. Ford: n.d. but probably late 1976. Form No. FPM-1225. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Accessory, Accessories, Granada, LTD II, Maverick, Mustang, Pinto, Thunderbird, 1977, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 4-1/4 x 10, 16 pp., full color. Exhaustive presentation of genuine Ford car accessories for all models, including Granada, LTD II, Maverick, Mustang, Pinto, and Thunderbird. Including sound equipment, exterior accessories, travel accessories, air conditioners, control accessories, interior accessories, mirrors, and safety equipment. (AM-only, and FM monaural radios were still available.) Minor tip file wear, else N.O.S. and fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two available; each, 8.75

12424. Rodco Custom Vans. 1978 Rodco Custom Van full-color sales catalogue. Rodco, Randolph, Vt. and St. Paul, Minn.: Dec. 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Van, Custom, Customized, Rodco, Randolph, Vermont, St. Paul, Saint Paul, Minnesota, St. Jean, Quebec, Canada, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (8) pp., full color. "Excitement on wheels...by Rodco." Unusual presentation of customized vans, with half-page photos of their ten interiors, all in flamboyant late Seventies style, including The Max, Playmate, Pub, Vegas, Bostonian, V.I.P., Super Pub, Royal, Lair, and Miami. Specifications of each, including custom exterior art, suspended velveteen ceiling, sidewinder console bar with ice box, and more. "The paint facilities, supplies and equipment used by the artists at Rodco are the most advanced in the industry. The artwork on the outside of the Rodco van is created by professional artists. Each customer buys a totally personalized, one-of-a-kind vehicle. No two paintings are ever the same. Upon request, a Rodco artist will create a particular individual's choice of subject or scene." Light handling evidence, else very good, and very scarce. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 34.50

12425. Black automobile. Circa 1978 souvenir print showing 1893 Black Gasoline Carriage. Bearing imprint of Joe O'Brien's Auto Stores, Middletown, N.Y.: n.d. but found within literature collection of late 1970's. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Black, Indianapolis, Indiana, Joe O'Brien, Middletown, New York, 1893, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11 oblong, Wedgewood blue on white. Built in Indianapolis by Charles Black, only one was built at the time; Black dabbled in automaking later in the nineteenth century, and in 1901, his car was renamed the Indiana. Remarkably, the 1893 car survives, in the Indianapolis Children's Museum. Minor edge toning and light wear, else very good. An interesting curiosity. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Five available; each, 3.25

12427. Ford and Mercedes-Benz automobile. Circa 1978 dealership sales sheet. Jack Perry Ford and Mercedes-Benz, Goshen, N.Y.: n.d. but found within literature collection of late 1970's. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Ford, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, Jack Perry, Goshen, New York, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 9 x 12, full color on front, black and white on verso. Uncommon dealer-produced piece, with beauty shot of showroom exterior, with six Mercedes parked in front; on back, eight small photos of "Our beautiful carpeted showroom with natural lighting...," a Mercedes-Benz station wagon courtesy car for service customers, and a Lincoln limousine for rent. Some edge file wear, else very good. An interesting curiosity. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 3.50

12428. Porsche automobiles. 1975 Porsche full-color sales folder. Porsche, printed in Germany: for 1975 models. Form No. 1053.21. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Porsche, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 11-1/2 oblong, opening parallel to long dimension to 17-1/2 x 11-1/2, full color. Attractive presentation of 911S and Carrera, both models available as Coupe or Targa convertible. Interesting 11-1/2"-wide photo of auto transporter loaded with eight new Porsches; inside, seven additional photos. Soft curl at right margin, light handling evidence, else N.O.S. and fine. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. dealer's handstamp neatly applied to back. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12429. Pontiac automobiles. 1976 Pontiac Parts Tips magazine for dealers only. Pontiac Parts, Troy, Mich.: Feb. 1976 issue. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Pontiac, Motorcycle, Chopper, Custom, Customized, Harley-Davidson, Honda, 1976, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 11, (12) pp., blue, black and white cover, blue and black text. Articles include, "Service with a Smile," with "1975 Headlight Diagnosis," removable centerfold poster for dealership service department wall, promoting wiper blade replacement, two-page spread on choppers, the customized motorcycles, with photos of a three-wheeler chopper built from 1948 Harley-Davidson police model, and heavily modified Honda 750. Light edge wear, minor cover creases, else very good. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 14.75

12430. Audi automobiles. 1978 Audi supplemental folder, "Passing, Braking and Tire Reserve Load Data." Porsche+Audi: n.d. but c. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, 5000, Fox, Porsche, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 4 x 9, (4) pp., black on stiff white card stock. Inside, four tables for Audi 5000 and Fox, showing safety information. Ironically, it includes acceleration data, in context of low- and high-speed passing. Some cover soiling, else very good. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 3.75

12431. Audi automobiles. 1974 Audi oversize deluxe color sales catalogue. Audi: n.d. but for 1974 models. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Audi, 100 LS, Auto Union, DKW, Horch, Wanderer, 1974, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 10 x 14 oblong, (16) pp., stiff silver foil covers, front with double gatefold, full color text. A handsome presentation for the 100 LS. "For the man who wants everything. Four Silver Rings." Six sepia photos of historically important cars from Audi's heritage, including 1910 three-time Alpine Cup winner, 1932 Auto Union, and massive prewar cars. On next spread, a startlingly contemporary and beautiful photo of the 1974 100 LS, with a modishly dressed couple amidst multicolor stage lights. Three photos of Audi craftsmen, emphasizing handbuilt aspects of car. Interesting period hairstyles and fashions, including big sideburns and wide combovers! Audi catalogues are generally exceptional, with high quality photography, layout, typography, and pressmanship. Soft cover curl at right edge, fine cover rub of silver foil, else internally fine. Much other 1970's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.75

12432. Mercury automobiles. 1981 Mercury Lynx sales sheet. Lincoln-Mercury Division: Feb. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Lynx, 1981, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 9 x 9, printed one side, black on white enamel. "Lynx World of Value," showing 3-door hatchback, "our lowest priced Lynx." Some toning at right edge, one crease blank upper right tip, else very good. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 4.25

12433. Mercury automobiles. 1982 Mercury Lynx GS sales folder, in form of drive report. Lincoln-Mercury Division, reprinted from "Car and Driver": Nov. 1981. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Mercury, Lynx, 1982, 1980s, 1980's, 198*. 8 x 10-3/4, opening to 10-3/4 x 24 oblong, black on white enamel. In all, 12 crisp photos of car, features, and interior. It has been popular practice since the birth of the automobile for manufacturers to reprint favorable coverage in trade magazines. Very minor edge toning, else N.O.S. and very fine. Much other 1980's auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 4.25

12435. Chevrolet Truck. 1972 Chevrolet Service Manual - Heavy Duty Truck Supplement. Series 70-90. Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit: 1972. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Chevrolet, 1972, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/4 x 10-3/4, eccentrically paginated in 20 sections, red and black leatherette cover, black and white text, profusely illustrated with photos, tables, and exploded diagrams. "This supplement has been prepared for use with the 1970 Heavy Duty Truck Shop Manual and the 1971 Heavy Duty Truck Shop Manual Supplement. It covers additional service information peculiar to 1972 Chevrolet Heavy Duty Trucks...." Minor scuff bottom edge cover, light tip shelf wear, else internally clean, very fine, and unused in shop. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 24.50

12438. Chrysler. Chrysler Service Operation Time Schedule, Models C28 '1941], C30, C34, C36, C37, C38, C39. Chrysler Corp., Detroit: n.d. but early postwar. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Chrysler, 1941, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, (44) pp. + leaf of comment slips to be mailed in by dealer, perforations unbroken, black on tan card cover, black and white text. A highly entertaining publication, for dealers only, containing "estimated service operation time allowances based on our experiences, using the special tools and equipment required and Chrysler factory engineered parts...." Divided into 18 sections, covering virtually every system of a Chrysler, it lists mechanical repairs and adjustments, from the trivial to the most extensive, with estimated time needed to do each job, in increments of six minutes. Lengthy labor conversion tables show how much to charge the customer, based on hourly dealer labor rates of $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, and up! Including work relating to installing radios and accessories ("Kool Kooshion - No Charge"), axles, body, fenders, sheet metal, glass, brakes, clutch and flywheel, cooling, electrical, engine, exhaust, frame and running boards, fuel system, instruments, springs and shock absorbers, steering, transmission, universal joints, and wheels. Label removed from upper right corner cover, amber grease stain cover only, else internally clean and about fine. At these rates, labor to replace a rear fender could have been as low as $1.20; to remove and install transmission, $1.60! From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. A wonderful conversation piece. 19.50

12439. Plymouth. Plymouth Service Operation Time Schedule, Models P9 and P10 '1940], P11 and P12 '1941], P14 '1942], and P15 '1946-48]. Chrysler Corp., Plymouth Div., Detroit: n.d. but early postwar. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Plymouth, 1940, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, (34) pp. + leaf of comment slips to be mailed in by dealer, perforations unbroken, black on loden green card cover, black and white text. A highly entertaining publication, for dealers only, containing "estimated service operation time allowances based on our experiences, using the special tools and equipment required and Plymouth factory engineered parts...." Divided into 18 sections, covering virtually every system of a Plymouth, it lists mechanical repairs and adjustments, from the trivial to the most extensive, with estimated time needed to do each job, in increments of six minutes. Lengthy labor conversion tables show how much to charge the customer, based on hourly dealer labor rates of $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, and up! Including work relating to installing radios and accessories ("Kool Kooshion - No Charge"), axles, body, fenders, sheet metal, glass, brakes, clutch and flywheel, cooling, electrical, engine, exhaust, frame and running boards, fuel system, instruments, springs and shock absorbers, steering, transmission, universal joints, and wheels. Label removed from upper right corner cover, moderate cover handling wear, else internally clean and about fine. At these rates, labor to replace a rear fender could have been as low as $1.00; to remove and install transmission, $1.60! From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. A wonderful conversation piece. 19.50

12440. Plymouth. Plymouth Advance List of Parts, Model Series P-17, P-18. Chrysler Corp., Parts Div., Detroit: Feb., 1949. Pub. No. D-12553. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Plymouth, 1940, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, 121 pp. + Notes, black on bright orange leatherette cover, black and white text. Exhaustive, closely-set text list of virtually every part for these durable cars, including parts for axles, brakes, clutch, cooling, electrical, engine, exhaust, fenders, sheet metal, frame, fuel system, hood, propeller shaft, universal joint, springs, steering, tools, transmission, wheels, and body. Including even the most mundane items: "Clutch pedal pad Washer, lock, external teeth, S., cd-pltd., 5/16", part no. 138 485, 1 used per car...Horn Control Ornament, Horn Blowing Ring Retainer, part no. 1138 546, 1 used per car...." Label removed from upper right corner cover, minor cover dust toning, fore-edge soiling, else internally clean and about fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 16.50

12441. Plymouth. Plymouth Service Operation Time Schedule, Models P15 '1946-48], P17, P18. Chrysler Corp., Plymouth Div., Detroit: Aug. 1949. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Plymouth, 1940, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, (114) pp. + 3 leaves "Shop Experience Report" to be mailed in by dealer, index, simulated gold on maroon pinseal leatherette cover, black and white text. Some photographs, including complete car and interior. A highly entertaining publication, for dealers only, containing estimated service operation time allowances, using the special tools and equipment required and Plymouth factory engineered parts. Divided into 24 sections, covering virtually every system of a Plymouth, it lists mechanical repairs and adjustments, from the trivial to the most extensive, with estimated time needed to do each job, in increments of six minutes. Lengthy labor conversion tables show how much to charge the customer, based on hourly dealer labor rates of $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, and up! Including work relating to installing radios and accessories ("View Master Rear View Mirror" No Charge), axles, brakes, clutch, cooling, electrical, instruments, engine, exhaust, fenders, frame, sheet metal, glass, fuel system, hood, propeller shaft, universal joints, springs and shock absorbers, steering, transmission, wheels, bearings, tires, and body. Label removed from upper right corner cover, else clean, little-used, and about fine. At these rates, labor to replace a rear fender could have been as low as $2.40; to remove, disassemble, inspect, reassemble and reinstall transmission, $3.75! From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. A wonderful conversation piece. 19.50

12442. Plymouth. Plymouth Passenger Car Preliminary Parts List, 1938 Model Series. Chrysler Corp., Parts Div., Detroit: Oct. 15, 1937. Pub. No. D-4408. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Plymouth, 1938, 1930s, 1930's, 193*. 8-1/4 x 10-3/4, eccentrically paginated in some 23 sections, black on battleship grey leatherette cover, black and white text, fabric spine, 24 illustrations, some as plates on white enamel. Exhaustive, closely-set list of virtually every part for these durable cars, including accessories, axles, brakes, clutch, cooling, electrical, engine, exhaust, fenders, sheet metal, frame, fuel system, hood, propeller shaft, universal joint, springs, standard parts, steering, tools, transmission, wheels, and body. Including even the most mundane items: "Hot Water Heater Switch Assembly Pilot Light Bulb, Part No. 115273, 1 used per car...Running Board bolt lockwasher, Part No. 138485, 4 used per car...." Old swap meet price tape affixed to upper right corner cover, some cover and spine wear, fore-edge soiling, else internally clean and very good. Such books were often unillustrated; the many plates in this edition enhance its reference value considerably. Essential for the owner and enthusiast; a trove of obscure Plymouth information lies within. Including Plymouth Limousine and export models. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 44.50

12443. Plymouth. Plymouth Commercial Car Preliminary Parts List, 1940 Model Series. Chrysler Corp., Parts Div., Detroit: Nov. 15, 1939. Pub. No. D-8953. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Plymouth, 1940, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, eccentrically paginated in some 24 sections, black on shell grey leatherette cover, black and white text, fabric spine, 17 illustrations. Exhaustive, closely-set list of virtually every part for Plymouth's somewhat obscure line of commercial cars, including accessories, axles, brakes, clutch, cooling, electrical, engine, exhaust, fenders, sheet metal, frame, fuel system, hood, propeller shaft, universal joint, springs, standard parts, steering, tools, transmission, wheels, body, and cowl. Including even the most mundane items: "Rear View Mirror Arm, Adjustable, on Door Hinge, Bracket, Left, Lockwasher, Part No. 120380, 1 used per car...Trim Material, Imitation Leather, 54" wide, Blue Spanish, for seat trim, Part No. 797969...." Old label evidence upper right corner cover, considerable fore-edge dampstaining, extending up to 1" into margin, else actually an unused copy. Such books were often unillustrated; the numerous illustrations in this edition enhance its reference value considerably. Essential for the owner and enthusiast; a trove of obscure Plymouth information lies within. Among Plymouth's commercial models was a car for rural Post Office deliveries with massive, 20" tires. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Because of staining, much reduced to 19.00

12444. Plymouth. 1942 Plymouth Passenger Car Preliminary Parts List, Model P14. Chrysler Corp., Parts Div., Detroit: Aug., 1941. Pub. No. D-10174. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Plymouth, 1942, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, eccentrically paginated in 24 sections, purple on apricot leatherette cover, black and white text, 46 photographs and illustrations. Exhaustive, closely-set list of virtually every part for Plymouth's short-lived 1942 model year, including accessories, axles, brakes, clutch, cooling, electrical, engine, exhaust, fenders, sheet metal, frame, fuel system, hood, propeller shaft, universal joint, springs, standard parts, steering, tools, transmission, wheels, body and glass. Including even the most mundane items: "Aristocrat Seat Covers, Club Coupe, complete set covers, Part No. 986927...Radiator Grille center section brace bolt to lower cross bar, Part No. 121900, 2 (used per car)...." Old label evidence upper right corner cover, fore-edge (only) dampstaining, average handling wear, else very good. Such books were often unillustrated; the numerous illustrations in this edition enhance its reference value considerably. Essential for the owner and enthusiast; a trove of obscure Plymouth information lies within. 1942 literature for all American makes, especially the more obscure, low-press-run publications, are understandably uncommon. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 49.50

12446. Thompson Products Inc. The New Thompson Repair and Tune-Up Manual, Passenger Car Series: Studebaker, 1939-48. Compco Publications, Cleveland: 1948. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Studebaker, 1930s, 1930's, 193*, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 6 x 9-1/4, (64) pp., black on yellow card covers, black on enamel text, profusely illustrated with photographs. Pictorial service procedures and specifications for all Studebakers between 1939-48, combining collage-style photos with typewritten captions, with closely-set text. Considerable waterstaining with some bleaching of density, cover soiling and wrinkles, three leaves once removed at gutter but present and complete, else a satisfactory reading and shop copy, and an excellent adjunct to more commonly encountered service literature, compiled by this leading manufacturer of auto parts. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Much reduced because of condition, 7.75

12447. Plymouth. Introducing the Great New Plymouth Special De Luxe (and) De Luxe, Models P-17 and P-18 - A Serviceman's Preview. Plymouth Div.: (1949). Form No. D-12616. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Plymouth, 1949, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, 46 pp., rich magenta and black covers with theatrical curtain, black and white text, numerous crisply airbrushed photographs. Interesting dealer-only publication on servicing the new 1949 Plymouth, probably issued before a new shop manual was ready. Some unlikely - and highly interesting - photos, including a car turned sideways to show floor pan, underside of new seat cushion, cutaway of engine, vertical format centerfold spread showing lubrication points, with 24 miniature photographs, and more. Light fore-edge soiling, old piece masking tape at upper right corner cover, else very good, and an uncommon item. Superbly engineered cars, a surprising number of these Plymouths are still on the road, in the hands of hobbyists. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 47.50

12448. H.K. Porter, Inc. 1948 catalogue of their auto body-shop tools. H.K. Porter, Inc. Somerville, Mass.: Jan. 1948. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Body, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, Porter, H.K. Porter, Porter-Ferguson, Somerville, Massachusetts, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1948, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp., attractive alternating orangetone and redtone with black on white enamel, profusely illustrated. Comprehensive presentation of their tools and products for the modern auto body shop. Interesting photo on cover of a body shop, with two wall displays of Porter frame and master hand tool sets, plus equipment shop board, tool holder, conveyer, and work base, "to perform every major body and fender repair." Exhaustive descriptive text of their "Hydro-Method" tools, from massive 20,000 pound presses to small specialty tools and attachments. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two hole punch by recipient for binder, else N.O.S. and very fine. Two available; each, 19.00

12449. H.K. Porter, Inc. 1948 catalogue of their auto body-shop tools. H.K. Porter, Inc. Somerville, Mass.: Jan. 1948. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Body, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, Porter, H.K. Porter, Porter-Ferguson, Somerville, Massachusetts, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1948, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp., attractive alternating orangetone and redtone with black on white enamel, profusely illustrated. Comprehensive presentation of their tools and products for the modern auto body shop. Interesting photo on cover of a body shop, with two wall displays of Porter frame and master hand tool sets, plus equipment shop board, tool holder, conveyer, and work base, "to perform every major body and fender repair." Exhaustive descriptive text of their "Hydro-Method" tools, from massive 20,000 pound presses to small specialty tools and attachments. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Dampstaining lower right portion first two leaves, some soiling front and back, else N.O.S. and satisfactory. 9.25

12451. Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. 1948 sales folder for their auto body Fender Iron. Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co., Chicago: Aug. 1948. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Body, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, Chicago, Illinois, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1948, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/4 x 10-3/4, (4) pp., yellow, cream and black on white enamel text. Interesting presentation of their CP-528 fender iron, for the modern auto body shop. Four large photographs of body man using fender iron on fender and turret top of what appears to be a 1940's GM two-door coupe. "Note that the work goes on without removal of wheel or fender...No tell-tale marks of a fender repair job, and the metal has not been stretched in obtaining the new-like smoothness...." Also shown using fender iron with turret top yoke and extension die. Additional photos showing parts and features of fender iron. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Light postal handling, else N.O.S. and fine. Two available; each, 8.75

12452. Black & Decker. Use and Care Handbook for Valve Reconditioning Equipment. Black & Decker Mfg. Co., Towson, Md.: Apr. 20, 1953. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Machine Shop, Engine, Motor, Valve, Poppet, Diesel, Marine, Truck, Tractor, Aircraft, Farm, Lighting, Motorcycle, Black & Decker, Black and Decker, Towson, Maryland, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1953, 1950s, 1950's, 195*. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 36 pp., orange and black throughout, profusely illustrated. "These instructions apply to valve and valve seat reconditioning for all types of internal combustion engines. (Including) all poppet valve engines - Diesels, marine, trucks, tractors, passenger cars, aircraft, farm lighting plants, motorcycles, etc." Including information on use and care of electric motors, vibro-centric valve seat grinding equipment, valve refacers, valve stem and rocker arm regrinding, and more. Wrinkle at lower margin from postal handling, else N.O.S. and fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 8.00

12453. Black & Decker. Use and Care Handbook for Portable Electric Polishers. Black & Decker Mfg. Co., Towson, Md.: Sept. 1, 1953. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Polish, Polisher, Auto Body, Paint, Lacquer, Black & Decker, Black and Decker, Towson, Maryland, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1953, 1950s, 1950's, 195*. 5-1/4 x 8-1/4, 16 pp., black and white, illustrated with photographs and line drawings. Cover bird's-eye photo of complete two-door Buick, its top being polished. Interesting storyboard of five photos showing Black & Decker power tool repair process. Some soiling outside covers, else very good. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 9.25

12454. Independent Pneumatic Tool Company. Pair of Thor electric tool items: Catalogue, Thor Portable Electric Tools, and folder, Packy Thor 3/8" Impact Wrench. Independent Pneumatic Tool Co., Aurora, Ill.: Oct. 1949 and near date, respectively. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Thor, Independent Pneumatic Tool Company, Aurora, Illinois, Tools, Electric, Electric Tools, Power Tools, Hardware, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1949, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. Catalogue: 8-1/2 x 11, 12 pp., red, black and white, profusely illustrated with thumbnail photographs. With extensive technical description and prices of each tool. Including drills, tappers, nibbler, screwdrivers, nut setters, hammers, saws, grinders, bench grinders, sanders, polishers, valve refacers, valve seat grinders, mutlimatic kit, and accessories. Dramatic cover design; interesting parade of post-Deco industrial design from this period of powerful, streamlined machinery; some of the tools are of startling beauty. N.O.S. and fine. ¥ Folder: 8-1/2 x 11, (4) pp., red, blue, and metallic silver on white embossed text. "Tool of 1000 Uses! Applies and removes nuts, Drivers and removes screws, Drills in steel, wood, and masonry, taps, wire brushes...The All Purpose Thor Silver Line Tool - King of the Sluggers!" Photos of array of accessories. N.O.S. and fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two items, 26.50

12455. Ingersoll-Rand. Amazing Electric Impact Tool - A New All-Purpose Electric Tool. Ingersoll-Rand, New York, N.Y.: n.d. but c. 1949. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Ingersoll-Rand, New York, Tools, Electric, Electric Tools, Power Tools, Hardware, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1949, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. Folder, 8-1/2 x 11, opening to 11 x 20-1/2, red and black on white enamel. Bold graphics accentuate this presentation of their superbly streamlined power tool. "It's New - It's the Size 4U Electric Impact Tool." Eight photographs of workmen in varied fields using the tool, including removing wheel, carbon cleaning cylinder head, removing cylinder head screws, drilling in cinder block, and more. On back cover, array of standard equipment sockets and equipment. A masterpiece of post-Deco industrial design. Some edge wrinkling from original postal handling, else N.O.S. and about fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 16.50

12456. Skilsaw Inc. Automotive Skil Tools. Skilsaw, Inc., Chicago, Ill.: May 1948. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Body, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, Skilsaw, Skil, Chicago, Illinois, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1948, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp., pumpkin orange and black throughout. Extensive catalogue of their automotive power tools and heavy duty equipment, profusely illustrated. Including valve refacer, Skil valve shop, valve seat grinders with carrying cabinet, oscillating sander, drills, auto polisher, disc sanders, blowers and suction cleaners, bench grinders, and a plethora of accessories and special attachments. Parade of post-Deco industrial design from this period of powerful, streamlined machinery; many of the tools are of startling beauty, and are art objects in and of themselves. Some cover soiling, one soft vertical fold from original mailing, else very good. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 23.50

12457. F.J. Hauschild Manufacturing Co. Improved Rams-Head Fender and Body Machine. F.J. Hauschild Manufacturing Co., Oneonta, N.Y.: n.d. but c. 1948. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Body, Fender, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, F.J. Hauschild Manufacturing Company, Oneonta, New York, Barre, Vermont, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp. catalogue, black on sulfur cover, black and white text, well illustrated. "Improved Rams-Head Fender and Body Machine - Patented bell guide and vise-action...Wrinkles, dents and waves disappear, original shape returns, results unbelievable...." Detailed shop photos of machine in actual use. With 4-pp. sales folder, well illustrated, "Three New Rams-Head Fender and Auto Body Tools! Drip Moulding Straightener, Flange Plow, (and) Reverse Curve Ram." Trivial file wear, else N.O.S. and very fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two items. Two such lots of two items available; each lot, 29.50

12458. Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. Pair of auto body products catalogues. Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co., St. Paul, Minn.: n.d. but c. 1949. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Body, Fender, Auto Body, Body Shop, Collision, Used Car, Lacquer, Paint, Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, 3M Company, 3-M, St. Paul, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Industrial Design, Streamline, 1940s, 1940's, 194*. 1: "The 3-M System for Appearance Reconditioning Automobiles." 8 x 10-1/2, 16 pp., red, yellow and black stiff cover, black and orange on enamel text, profusely illustrated. Interesting combination catalogue and primer for the professional auto bodyman and used car dealer, with pictorial instructions on cleaning up surface, removing paint and rust, welding broken metal, pounding out dents, applying solder, cutting down welds, conditioning metal, discs and their use, featheredging, scuffing old paint, applying undercoat, blending overspray spots, and much more. Large photo of c. 1940 Ford four-door sedan before and after application of 3M appearance reconditioning products. Black and silver label on cover of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. supply house. Numerous spine creases, but internally very good and clean. With, 2: "3M Company Autobody Reconditioning Methods - Time saving ideas and suggestions for all phases of appearance reconditioning." 8-1/2 x 11, 16 pp., red and black on enamel, well illustrated with photographs of products in use in body shop. Including comparative methods of disc sanding, metal preparation, and sanding surfaces and old paint, sanding hard-to-get-at places, disc grinding technique, and descriptions of 3M masking tapes and adhesives for attaching weatherstripping, sealing glass, upholstering, caulking body seams, and sound deadening. Minor handling evidence, else fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Two items. 39.00

12459. Chrysler. Packet of parts literature for 1954-63 MoPar automatic transmissions, and other MoPar parts. Chrysler Motors Corp., Parts Div.: Mar. 1963. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Repair, Restoration, Transmission, Automatic Transmission, Powerflite, Torqueflite, MoPar, Chrysler, De Soto, Dodge, Imperial, Plymouth, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Edsel, Ford, Frazer, Henry J, Hudson, Kaiser, Lincoln, Mercury, Nash, Oldsmobile, Packard, Pontiac, Rambler, Studebaker, Willys, 1950s, 1950's, 195*, 1960s, 1960's, 196*. Six items in all: 1: Illustrated parts catalogue, MoPar Torqueflite (and) Powerflite Transmission Parts Packages, 1963 edition, with exploded views, specifications, applications, and retail prices transmission parts for 1957-63 Valiant, Dart, Plymouth, Dodge, Chrysler, Imperial, Lancer, and De Soto, variously. 8-1/2 x 11, 36 pp., blue and black throughout. Showing complete overhaul gasket, seal and ring packages, as well as numerous individual parts and assemblies. 2: Illustrated "Genuine MoPar Fast-Moving Parts with Universal Application - 1963 Catalog with Indexed Service Guide." Essentially a Chrysler-issued master interchange parts book for American cars of all makes, 1946-63 variously. 8 x 10-3/4, 176 pp., black and yellow covers, black and white text. A valuable reference work, embellished with many exploded diagrams, closeup photographs, technical line drawings, and beauty shots of MoPar car care products. Including MoPar new and remanufactured parts of every description for brakes, cooling, electrical, engine, exhaust, fuel, lubrication, power train, steering and suspension, and transmission. Showing interchangeability, where available, between MoPar and Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Edsel, Ford, Frazer, Henry J, Hudson, Kaiser, Lincoln, Mercury, Nash, Oldsmobile, Packard, Pontiac, Rambler, Studebaker, and Willys. This item alone can pay the first time it is used, as it shows commonality across years, model estoration, while adhering to true factory specification. 3: "MoPar Transmission Parts Packages Check List," single-sheet factory order form, listing products. 8-1/2 x 11, black and white. 4: Diecut circular "Diagnosis Dial" for A-727 Torqueflite (Eight), with shift abnormalities and other problems, and fourteen possible solutions to each listed in a window on inner wheel. 6-1/2" diameter, red and black on varnished white board, grommet in center, holed tape for hanging in shop. 5: Diecut circular "Diagnosis Dial" for A-904 Torqueflite (Six), as preceding, but blue and black. 6: All in original MoPar envelope, specially printed in blue. Envelope dusty and worn, contents N.O.S., the two Diagnosis Dials pristine, and three printed items fine. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. In all, six items. 79.50

12460. Hunckler Products, Inc. Extensive file of literature for their automotive fasteners for 1949-76 American cars and trucks. Hunckler Products, Inc., Huntington, Ind.: 1976. Transportation, Automobile, Car, RV, Truck, Van, Parts, Auto Parts, Fasteners, Nuts, Bolts, Plugs, Studs, Seals, Terminals, Clamps, Hardware, Fittings, Accessory, Accessories, Gas Station, Service Station, American Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette, Chevrolet Truck, Chrysler, Imperial, Dodge, Dodge Truck, Ford, Ford Truck, GMC Truck, G.M.C. Truck, Lincoln, Continental, Mercury, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Pontiac, Hunckler Products, Huntington, Indiana, Repair, Restoration, Reference. Comprising: Trade catalogue of automotive fasteners, 8-1/2 x 11, 48 pp., full- and multi-color throughout on enamel text, profusely illustrated. A major resource of automotive fasteners of every description, including nuts, bolts, plugs, studs, seals, terminals, clamps, and other related hardware and fittings. Numerous photos of boxes, large cabinets, and display stands available to dealers, parts stores, and garages. Includes applications for wheel bolts and expansion plugs for American cars 1949-76, variously (and Chevrolet back to 1928, Plymouth back to 1933, and Studebaker back to 1929!). * With: "Name Cross Reference" sheet; Suggested Dealer Price List, 24 pp. plus three revision leaves; three supplemental leaves, for Packaged Nuts and Bolts, Threaded Rod, and Crankcase Drain Plugs; Suggested Jobber Price List, 24 pp. plus five jobbers' supplemental leaves, for Self Service Floor Bag Display, 1977 price revisions, and other items. In all, 15 items. Significant reference material for the antique car hobbyist and restorer; these items could pay for themselves the first time you use them. Some edge creasing single leaves from file storage, else all N.O.S., clean and very fine. Three identical lots available; each lot, 26.50

12462. Medallion Automotive Products. Catalogue of Automotive Accessories and Tools. Medallion Automotive Products, Kansas City, Mo.: July 15, 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Car, RV, Truck, Van, Parts, Auto Parts, Accessory, Accessories, Gas Station, Service Station, Chevrolet, Camaro, Medallion Automotive Products, Kansas City, Missouri, Speed, High Performance, Race, Racing, Drag Racing, Dragster, Repair, Restoration, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11, 24 pp., brightly colorful covers, greentone and black on white enamel text, profusely illustrated, indexed. Comprehensive range of automotive accessories and tools "with new non-expiring warranty." Including transistorized car engine testers, with posterized greentone photos of first-generation Camaro dragster and Porsche 911, halogen lamps, fog lamps, spotlights and revolving light, jacks, tachometers, compasses, panel gauges, maintenance and driving accessories, hand tools, socket sets, wrenches, bench vises, and more. The Camaro dragster appears four times throughout catalogue. With four-page wholesale price list inserted. Minor edge wear on price list only from original postal handling, else N.O.S. and fine. Two items. Two such lots available; each, 19.50

12463. Medallion Automotive Products. Catalogue of Automotive Accessories and Tools. Medallion Automotive Products, Kansas City, Mo.: July 15, 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Car, RV, Truck, Van, Parts, Auto Parts, Accessory, Accessories, Gas Station, Service Station, Chevrolet, Camaro, Medallion Automotive Products, Kansas City, Missouri, Speed, High Performance, Race, Racing, Drag Racing, Dragster, Repair, Restoration, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11, 24 pp., brightly colorful covers, greentone and black on white enamel text, profusely illustrated, indexed. Comprehensive range of automotive accessories and tools "with new non-expiring warranty." Including transistorized car engine testers, with posterized greentone photos of first-generation Camaro dragster and Porsche 911, halogen lamps, fog lamps, spotlights and revolving light, jacks, tachometers, compasses, panel gauges, maintenance and driving accessories, hand tools, socket sets, wrenches, bench vises, and more. The Camaro dragster appears four times throughout catalogue. With four-page glossy folder, red and black on white, presenting their Benchmark Tools, "hardened steel, chrome plated, new non-expiring warranty," including socket sets, sockets and accessories, wrench sets, wrenches, screwdrivers, and pliers. Also with modern photocopy of four-page wholesale price list inserted. N.O.S. and fine. Two items plus price list copy. 21.50

12464. Marshall W. Grove, Editor. Automotive Chain Store magazine. Babcox Publications, Akron, Ohio: Sept., Oct., and Dec. 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Car, RV, Truck, Van, Parts, Auto Parts, Tires, Battery, Batteries, Accessory, Accessories, Chain Store, Gas Station, Service Station, ACS, A.C.S., Automotive Chain Store, Magazine, Babcox Publications, Akron, Ohio, Sears, Hicksville, New York, Repair, Restoration, Reference. 8 x 11, 58, 58, and 48 pp., respectively, color covers, black and white text. "A trade magazine written for and sent to chain and discount store personnel involved in the buying, advertising and merchandising of automotive parts, accessories, chemicals, services and directly related products." Interesting and fairly low-circulation specialty auto title, its advertisers including Thrush mufflers, Bendix, Dupli-Color, Jensen Car Stereo, Stant, Holley Carburetor, and others. Articles include, "Action Auto - Opening nine outlets in less than two years in the Michigan market," "Family-Owned Business - The changing relationship between public and privately-held businesses," "The Sears Flagship - A 60-bay center in (Hicksville) New York leads the chain in sales of tires, batteries," "Selling Service - A visual display can help improve front end service sales," "Hand Tools - How to fulfill DIY repair needs with a complete line of hand tools," "Clean Air Act - ...sees potential problems," "Bay Service - Selecting the proper equipment could spell the difference between profit and loss," "Switching Horses - After 24 years of retail merchandising, Dale Green tries the tire/service business," "The Electronic Era - Prestolite has jumped into the electronic accessories market, including radar detectors," and more. Actually, an exceptionally well-written magazine, far above average for any business title, plus '70's hairstyles and bathing suit models posing with sundry auto products. Very minor original postal handling, else all fine and clean. Three issues, 17.50

12465. Trico. Group of sales literature for Trico wiper blades and arms for cars of trucks. Trico Products Corp., Buffalo, N.Y.: Apr. 18, 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Car, RV, Truck, Van, Parts, Auto Parts, Arm, Blade, Wiper, Windshield Wiper Arm, Windshield Wiper Blade, Windshield Wiper, Windshield Wiper Refill, Accessory, Accessories, Chain Store, Gas Station, Service Station, Trico Products Corporation, Buffalo, New York, Domestic Car, European Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Old Truck, Autocar, Brockway, Chevrolet Truck, Diamond T-Reo, Dodge Truck, Ford, GMC, G.M.C., International, Jeep, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, White, Repair, Restoration, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11. Nine items: 1: Trade catalogue, "Trico - The Raining Champions," 32 pp., red and black on white enamel text, profusely illustrated. Showing windshield wiper blades, arms, and parts to fit virtually every popular make of import and domestic car and truck, variously, plus windshield washer reservoirs, hose, wiper motors, and specialty items. Application tables list correct parts for 1958-76 Audi through Volvo, variously, and 1962-76 American Motors through Pontiac, plus 1950-1973 Autocar, Brockway, Chevrolet Truck, Diamond T-Reo, Dodge Truck, Ford, GMC, International, Jeep, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, and White, variously. * 2.-4.: Inserted update sheets for 1974-76 car and truck applications. * 5. Stiff folder, red and black, with master application list, all makes, domestic and import, car and truck, 1958-76 variously. * 6. Numerical price list, 18 pp., black and white. Closely-set master compilation of all products, with prices, from a 13¢ gasket to 75.00 motor. * 7. Dealer Net Cost Schedule, 7 pp. * 8.-9. Jobber Net Cost Schedule, 7 pp. Two copies. New Old Stock, very fine and clean. Significant reference material for the hobbyist, restorer, or reseller with unidentified stock. In all, nine items. 44.50

12466. Aris Products Co. Trade catalogue of automotive accessories. Aris Products Co., Des Plaines, Ill.: n.d. but 1977 or 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Car, RV, Truck, Van, Parts, Auto Parts, Accessory, Accessories, Lamp, Light, Driving Light, Fog Light, Head Light, Roof Light, Quartz Iodine, Halogen, Chain Store, Gas Station, Service Station, Aris Products Company, Des Plaines, Illinois, Domestic Car, European Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Old Truck, Motorcycle, Repair, Restoration, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11, 39 pp., simulated gold and black on white enamel text, profusely illustrated. An exhaustive line of accessory lights and related electrical accessories for cars, trucks and motorcycles, including driving lights, fog lights, headlights, and specialty auto lamps in a bewildering array of styles: amber, clear, quartz iodine, halogen, aircraft landing, louvered, motorcycle, hand held, and much more, all approved in all 50 states. Interesting photos of store displays of lights, individual kit packaging in "visual boxes," extensive offerings of rocker and bat handle switches, lamp socket assemblies, trailer connectors, specialty tools, miniature replacement bulbs, and more. N.O.S. and very fine. Two available; each, 18.50

12467. Jeffrey-Allan Industries. Trade catalogue of automobile accessories and seat belts. Jeffrey-Allan Industries Inc., Evanston, Ill.: 1970-76, variously; as received in 1977. Transportation, Automobile, Car, RV, Truck, Van, Parts, Auto Parts, Accessory, Accessories, Seat Belt, Chain Store, Gas Station, Service Station, Jeffrey-Allan Industries, Evanston, Illinois, Domestic Car, European Car, Foreign Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Muscle Car, Old Car, Performance Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Old Truck, CB Radio, Dragster, Hot Rod, Hotrod, Repair, Restoration, Reference. 8-1/2 x 11, (24) pp., simulated-color throughout on white enamel. Combining muscle-car era accessories with striking period graphics on every page. Offering a diverse range of items, from woodgrain handy tray for padded or metal dashboard to CB static eliminator (showing the rubber straps installed on what looks like an AMC Hornet), clothes rods "to fit most any car...," custom chrome wheel nuts, rear lifter kit "provides that drag-strip look...finished in the new 'Lustre-Glow' coppertone enamel," stainless steel and chrome hood latch kit "for the custom, racing look...same hood pins used on competition racing cars," seat belts to retrofit pre-1968 cars and trucks, and more. With: 12-page splash guard catalogue, orangetone and black; 6-panel splash guard folder, orangetone and black; and CB static eliminator catalogue sheet. A prime portfolio of period hard-sell art direction. One folder with postal wrinkling, else all N.O.S. and very fine. In all, ensemble of four pieces. Two such ensembles available; each, 32.50

12468. (Mark McGwire.) New York Post. Complete, original newspaper, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1998, "Sports Extra." Front page photo with unusual effect, depicting McGwire's upraised arm passing through giant "62." "McWow! McGwire's 4th-inning blast tops Maris' HR record." Large back page photo, "McGwire watches line-drive home run leave park...vaulting him past Roger Maris." Inside, a wealth of coverage of this significant event by some of America's best news and sports writers. Sports, Baseball, Mark McGwire, Mark Mc Gwire, Babe Ruth, Roger Maris, Home Run, Record, St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis, Missouri. As new. Issues covering McGwire's 60th, 61st, 65th and 66th home runs also available. Eleven copies this issue available; each, 9.95

12469. Dixie Flyer automobile. Original factory sales literature for 1921 Dixie Flyer automobile. Kentucky Wagon Mfg. Co., Inc., Louisville, Ky.: (1921). Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Special Interest Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Orphan Car, Special Interest Car, Vintage Car, Dixie Flyer, Kentucky Wagon Manufacturing Company, Louisville, Kentucky, Sales Literature. 5-3/4 x 8-1/2 oblong, 12 pp. One of the prettiest auto catalogues of the era, with full-color artwork in corners of all spreads, to embellish black and putty line drawings of complete cars. Thin area at upper left from old water, repaired with tape, staple rust, else complete and satisfactory. Important provenance, from one of the foremost private collections of auto literature in America; when possible, he had literature for every year and every make. Very large inventory of other auto material, including the odd and obscure, most not yet listed on Internet; advise your interests. Because of condition, 95.00

12471. Lt. Col. Mark M. Boatner III The Civil War Dictionary Reference, Civil War, Confederate, Union, Military, Battle, Ship, Warship, Army, Navy, General, Admiral, Officer, Soldier, Sailor, Gun, Sword, Weapon, Americana, History The basic Civil War reference. Revised, latest edition, 5-3/4 x 8-1/2, 974 pp., cloth, d.j., map endpapers. Over 4,000 entries, 86 maps and diagrams, cross-references. Including 2,000 biographical sketches of civilian and military personages, entries for all major battles and campaigns, 120 armies, departments and districts, naval engagements, weapons, statistics, and much, much more, including a wealth of obscure data. Brand new, publisher-fresh. 30.80

12472. Charles A. Lindbergh related. Original cloth banner, boldly printed "Welcome Lindbergh" in large white letters on fire-engine-red. Genuine souvenir of the historic 1927 ticker tape parade up New York City's Broadway, honoring the Lone Eagle upon his triumphant return from Paris. Triangular, 10-1/4 x 14-1/4 in. Aviation, Flight, Lindbergh, Charles Lindbergh, Charles A. Lindbergh, Lindberg, Lindy, Lone Eagle, Spirit of Saint Louis, Spirit of St. Louis, First, Record, Trans Atlantic, Transatlantic, Paris, Ticker Tape, Broadway, Manhattan, New York, New York City. Sturdy linen. Some waterstains, else very good. Found in a Manhattan warehouse in the 1960's, and unconditionally guaranteed authentic. A wonderful, highly displayable souvenir, relating to a parade still fresh in history's mind. Scan of representative banner at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Lindbergh_Banner_Red_300dpi.JPG 55.00

12473. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "76th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, (Keystone Zouaves), 1861-1865." Plate No. 503 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting five soldiers, one in "pirate" pants with vest decorated in lilac. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1980. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Civil War, Pennsylvania, Infantry, 76th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Keystone Zouaves While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 9.99

12474. Cohasco, Inc. HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS AND DESIRABLE COLLECTIBLES. Send for our 96-page catalogue of collectibles: Autographs, Documents, Americana, Antiquarian Maps, Authors, Aviation and Auto, Baseball, Black History, Cartoons, Checks, Civil War, Confederate, Ephemera, Exploration, Financial, First Ladies, Incunabula, Judaica, Legal, Letters and Diaries, Lincoln, Maps, Medical, Medieval, Military and Naval History, Movies, Music, Nazi, Early Newspapers and Periodicals, Old Books and Manuscripts, Photographs, Political, Postal History, Posters and Broadsides, Presidential, Prints, Railroad, Relics, Revolutionary War, Royalty, Science, Signed Art, Signed Books, Signed Covers, Space, Theatre, Western, World, State and Local History, World Wars I and II, and a diverse range of interesting, rare and unusual paper and other items, and more ... over 30 collecting specialties! Mail, Phone, Fax Auction, plus Fixed-Price section and Reference Books.**** Yonkers, NY: 2000. 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12475. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "2d Pennsylvania Regiment, Spring 1780." Plate No. 469 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Private, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Infantrymen on the march, Col. Walter Stewart, and Drummers. A masterful work by D(on) Troiani, suitable for display. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (including the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Revolutionary War, 2nd Pennsylvania Regiment, Infantry, Col. Walter Stewart, Drummers, Don Troiani. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 24.50

12476. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "The Danish West Indian Gendarmerie Corps, 1917 - Transfer of the Danish West Indies, 31 March 1917." Plate No. 465 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Lieutenant, Staff Sergeant, Captain, and Private, all standing on a bluff overlooking the jade tropical water. A splendid work by R. Marrion, suitable for display. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (others were by Don Troiani, and the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Drum, Danish West Indies, Danish Navy, Denmark, Caribbean, Black, Black Troops. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. This is one of a suite of four different depicting the transfer of the Danish West Indies in 1917. Occasional minor storage evidence, else fine or better. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 19.00

12477. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "The Militia Corps - Transfer of the Danish West Indies, 31 March 1917." Plate No. 466 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting black Drummer, Lieutenant, Sergeant Major, Private, and Drum Major. A little bare-footed boy with his own drum has infiltrated the ranks as well. A splendid work by Roy Manser, suitable for display. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (others were by Don Troiani, and the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Drum, Danish West Indies, Danish Navy, Denmark, Caribbean, Black, Black Troops. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. This is one of a suite of four different depicting the transfer of the Danish West Indies in 1917. Occasional minor storage evidence, else fine or better. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 19.00

12478. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "The Danish Navy - Transfer of the Danish West Indies, 31 March 1917." Plate No. 467 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Chief Gunner, three Danish Seamen, Commodore Konok, and 1st Lieutenant. A splendid work, suitable for display; the Commodore is resplendent in his dark blue uniform, with red and gold trim. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (others were by Don Troiani, and the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Drum, Danish West Indies, Danish Navy, Denmark, Caribbean. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. This is one of a suite of four different depicting the transfer of the Danish West Indies in 1917. Occasional minor storage evidence, else fine or better. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 19.00

12479. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "The United States Navy - Transfer of the Danish West Indies, 31 March 1917." Plate No. 468 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Chief Petty Officer Boatswain, Lieutenant, Seaman, Commander Pollock, and Bandsman, the latter with French horn, all shown in foreground on stone fortress. A splendid work by noted artist H. Charles McBarron, suitable for display; the Commodore is resplendent in his dark uniform, with gold trim. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (others were by Don Troiani, and the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1978. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Drum, French Horn, Danish West Indies, Danish Navy, Denmark, United States Navy, Caribbean. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. This is one of a suite of four different depicting the transfer of the Danish West Indies in 1917. Occasional minor storage evidence, else fine or better. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 19.00

12481. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "The Silent Search," showing Seminoles in Florida Everglades. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting two tribesmen, their canoe afloat in a magical setting with lush tropical growth, a pair of pink flamingos, and an alligator basking on a log. A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1956. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Seminole, Everglades, Florida, Spain, Spanish, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12482. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Primeval Paradise," showing Ah-wah-nee-chees in the Yosemite Valley. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting a family, from baby to grandmother, in a stunning meadow beneath the Bridal Veil Falls, a rainbow forming over the water. "Walled in by nature and difficult to reach, their home was undiscovered by white men until the Gold Rush days of 1851...." A very beautiful young woman is grinding acorns into flour in the foreground, as an elder puts finishing touches on a basket. A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1956. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Ah-wah-nee-chees, Po-ho-no, Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, California, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12483. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Out of the Past," showing the Cliff Dwellers, forebears of the Pueblo Indians. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting vast array of activities: men building walls, women decorating pottery, and small children gathered around a white-haired elder. A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1954. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Cliff Dwellers, Pueblo, Southwest, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12484. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Primitive Drama of the Sea," showing Indians of the Pacific Northwest. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting eight Indians on a deep sea hunt, their elaborately decorated dugout canoe amidst crashing waves, about to harpoon a whale. A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1956. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Pacific Northwest, Dugout Canoe, Whale, Whaling, Harpoon, Harpooner, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12485. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Followers of the Flock," showing Navaho Indians. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting group of Navaho in Springtime: a young boy carries a cute lamb to be sheared as others graze nearby, a woman cards the wool as her infant watches from his papoose, and an elder grinds corn. "...An artist, too, the Navaho woman prepared the necessary dyes, created her own designs..and wove the blankets...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1953. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Navaho, Lamb, Sheep, Wool, Blanket, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12486. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "The First Thanksgiving," showing the 1621 harvest celebration, the fiery autumn leaves framing the gathering. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting Indians and Pilgrims joining for "a harvest feast and celebration, with the Indian and Pilgrim hunters supplying deer, duck and geese...Samoset, an Abnaki Indian...helped them by acting as ambassador between the Pilgrims and Massasoit, the Wampanoag Indian Chief...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1954. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Thanksgiving, Harvest, Pilgrims, Samoset, Abnaki, Massasoit, Wampanoag, Tisquantum, Hobomok, Massachusetts, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12487. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Message in the Sky," showing the smoke signals in the twilight sky of the Southwest. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting an Indian responding to distant smoke signals, by withdrawing his hide blanket from the fire, allowing a puff of smoke to escape. "Thus, the early Indians were able to get important news to their tribes quickly despite vast distances." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1953. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Smoke Signal, Communication, Southwest, Plains, Great Plains, Prairie, Prairies, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12488. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Fine Art for a Day," showing Navaho sandpainting. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting an Indian, with tribal shaman looking on, creating an intricate design using colored sands. "They are traditional to the Navaho Night Chant, a nine day ceremony celebrated after the first frost of the season...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1955. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Navaho, Navajo, Sand Painting, Sandpainting, Southwest, Art, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12489. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Mounted Hunters of the Plains," showing Indians in pursuit of buffalo. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting an Indian about to shoot a huge buffalo with his arrow. "The Indian buffalo hunters possessed great riding skills, stamina and courage. Their hardy mustangs were trained only for the chase where exceptional speed and endurance were required. Both the horse and rider seemed to move as one...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1960. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Plains, Great Plains, Buffalo, Buffalo Hunt, Buffalo Hunter, Buffalo Hunting, Mustang, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12490. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Circle of Fire," showing fire-hunting by Timucua Indians of northern Florida. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. "With torches they would fire the dry vegetation over a wide area...The Circle of Fire would trap deer, rabbits, wild ducks and other fowl...Then expert bowmen and spear-throwers, stationed around the perimeter of the circle and in its center, would kill the quarry...." A splendid work, perhaps the most vivid of the entire suite, drenched in fiery oranges, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1961. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Timucua, Florida, Fire Hunting, Fire-Hunting, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12491. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "The Cherokee Alphabet," showing tribal chieftains approving use of Sequoyah's alphabet. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting the 1821 gathering of Cherokee chiefs, as Sequoyah displays his new written alphabet. "In the following few years, Sequoyah's people were transformed into educated, industrious land-owners, with the Bible and newspaper in their language...He was ridiculed by his own people, who thought the strange marks he was putting on paper were some form of witchcraft...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1962. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Sequoyah, Sequoya, Cherokee, Alphabet, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, Seminole, Five Tribes, Tennessee, Arkansas, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one av

12492. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "The Wool Dog," showing fleece-bearing dogs kept by Indian women of the Pacific Northwest. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting women shearing the unusual, tame dogs with mussel shell, while others carry the wool in baskets to a canoe. "They were pampered and fussed over like special pets and their wooly coats were stripped off as often as three times each summer...to produce a warm, thick fabric. The origin of this extraordinary dog is lost to history...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1962. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Pacific Northwest, Puget Sound, Straits, Washington State, Dog, Wool Dog, Extinct, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually; for most, only one available. 39.50

12493. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Stampede at Dawn," showing Indian horsemen of the Southwest. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting expert Indian vaqueros. "He had no saddle and seldom used his hands, guiding his mount entirely with his knees...His pedestrian days over, the Indian never again submitted to Spanish oppression and sovereignty. The horse released him from his dreary, immobile life and made the plains Indian the nomadic independent whom history best remembers." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1958. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Southwest, Plains, Horse, Horsemen, Equine, Equestrian, Rancherias, Vaqueros, Spanish, Mission, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually. Two available; ea., 39.50

12494. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Legend of the Storm," showing the Quapaws of Alabama and Mississippi. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting legend of Indians crossing the Mississippi River in skinboats as a fierce storm approaches, said to have resulted in the breakup of the Quapaw, Omaha, and Iowa tribes. "The tribe remained forever divided, with nothing to connect them but a common legend of the perilous crossing." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1958. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Quapaq, Alabama, Mississippi, Mississippi River, Iowa, Omaha, Nebraska, Minnesota, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually. Three available; ea., 39.50

12495. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "The Medicine Man," showing a "priest-doctor" or Indian physician at work. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting medicine man in his tent, wild plants and herbs at his feet, as he prepares a fire beside an ailing comrade. "...Many of their remedies were surprisingly effective. They used lotions, steam baths, massage and extracts from the wild plants they found in nature...The treatment, which amazed Europeans, consisted primarily of keeping the wound clean and protected from air...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1958. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Medicine, Medicine Man, Doctor, Physician, Priest-Doctor, Herbs, Plants, Homeopathy, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually. Three available; ea., 39.50

12496. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Keokuk, 1780-1848," showing the celebrated leader of the Sauk and Fox Tribes. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting Chief Keokuk in discourse with other Indians. "...Keokuk was a rare exception to most of the great chiefs of Indian history because he sought justice for his people through wisdom and oratory, and through friendship with the white man, fully recognizing the futility of opposing the United States government, unfair though it may have been in too many instances." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1958. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Keokuk, Chief, Sauk, Fox, Peoria, Black Hawk, Sioux, John C. Calhoun, War of 1812, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually. Three available; ea., 39.50

12497. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Son of the Sun," showing religious ceremony of the Natchez of Mississippi bayou country. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting majestically attired Natchez leader, "an absolute monarch...called the Sun," being carried by select warriors from the Temple of the Sun to the maize feast. "Their culture and customs bore a striking resemblance to the pre-Columbian Mayans and Aztecs of Central America...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1959. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Natchez, Mississippi, Sun, Corn, Maize, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually. Three available; ea., 39.50

12498. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Daniel Boone and Big Turtle," showing the celebrated explorer's adoption into the Shawnee Tribe as Big Turtle. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting well-attended ceremony at Chillicothe on Ohio's Little Miami River, which "began with the plucking of Boone's hair until he was left with only a scalp-lock, which was dressed with ribbons and feathers...." Boone, with some thirty other whites, had been captured by the Shawnees in 1778 near the present city of Lexington, Ky., then adopted by Chief Black Fish as his own son. A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1958. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Frontier, Daniel Boone, Big Turtle, Chief Black Fish, Shawnee, Blue Lick, Lexington, Kentucky, Tennessee, Chillicothe, Little Miami River, Xenia, Ohio, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice ted individually. Three available; ea., 39.50

12499. Pontiac. Full-color art lithograph, "Nomad by Nature," showing an encampment of the Plains Indians. From Pontiac's Indian history series of the 1950's and 1960's, the originals believed painted in oil by celebrated fine artist Arthur August Jansson. Depicting busy camp, with children playing, and men and women at work. "The wheel, which had been in use in other parts of the world for thousands of years, was never discovered by the Plains Indians. As a substitute in transporting their goods, they developed the travois, an A-shaped device, which was fastened over the backs of both horses and dogs...The squaws...could dismantle and pack all movable gear in an hour of less...." A splendid work, suitable for display; his work renowned since the 1920's, Jansson did all of the paintings for the North American Indian Hall (long dismantled) of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. On heavy art enamel stock. 11 x 16-1/4 oblong. Fascinating text sidebar. Limited printing, sold by Pontiac for framing, the only mention of their name in an inconspicuous imprint byline, in miniature type. Pontiac: 1958. Indians, American Indians, Native Americans, Anthropology, Ethnography, Tribes, Plains, Nomad, Nomads, Nomadic, Travois, America, American, Americana, Fine Art, Oil Painting, Arthur August Jansson, American Museum of Natural History, Pontiac, Pontiac Automobile. The series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. The accuracy and scholarship of Jansson's work was unsurpassed, as it was researched and scrutinized by Museum anthropologists and experts. Indeed, many of the artifacts, tools and weapons in his works were painted from actual specimens in the Museum's collections. Produced with great care from beginning to end, Pontiac's "Indian Chief" ad theme ended around 1964, and with it, their decades-old Indian corporate theme. Occasional trivial tip wear from storage, else choice and bright. Twenty different Plates listed individually. Three available; ea., 39.50

12500. Polo Grounds. Original section of wooden seat from old Polo Grounds, Manhattan, home of baseball and football Giants, 1962-3 Mets, as well as innumerable major prizefights and other events; its hallowed grounds witness to Willie Mays' "basket" catch, Thomson's "Shot Heard Round the World," the "Four Horsemen of Notre Dame," Jim Thorpe, et al. The Polo Grounds was home to the New York Yankees prior to completion of Yankee Stadium, and saw Babe Ruth's first at-home home runs as a Yankee. Demolished 1964. Sports, Baseball, Football, Boxing, Automobile Racing, NASCAR, N.A.S.C.A.R., Count Basie, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Jehovah's Witnesses, Rodeo, New York Giants, New York Jets, New York Mets, New York Titans, New York Yankees, Four Horsemen of Notre Dame, Willie Mays, Babe Ruth, Casey Stengel, Bobby Thomson, Jim Thorpe. Somewhat scarcer than Ebbets Field relics. With modern photo. A complete seat slat, approximately 19 x 4 x 3/4". Original green over grey primer visible at ends; balance curiously painted white by a later arena which purchased Polo Grounds seats at time of demolition. (Seat slat sections also available, listed separately.) 210.00

12501. Webster's. Webster's New Geographical Dictionary. G. & C. Merriam. Reference, Geography, Geopolitics, Places, Names, Place Names, Placenames, History, Ancient History, Middle Ages, Modern History, World History, America, Americas, North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Oceania, Australia, Polar, Hemisphere. Latest (Third) edition, 1998, enlarged, with over 48,000 places, 252 maps, 15,000 cross-references, 1,361 pp., cloth, d.j. Including alternate and former place-names, and foreign-language variants. In addition to countries of the world, major administrative subdivisions, cities, natural features, populations, sizes, and economic and historical information is provided in many cases. An essential reference tool for home, office, school or library. Brand new, publisher-fresh. 29.95

12502. Company of Military Historians. Full-color art print, "U.S. Coast Artillery, NCO Full Dress Uniforms, 1899-1917." Plate No. 491 in their Military Uniforms in America series. Depicting Principal Musician, 1907-1913, Electrician Sergeant, Full Dress, 1899 and 1902-1917, and Sergeant Dress (Old Uniform Coat), 1902-1912. Three insignia enlarged across top. On acid-free white linen-embossed cover stock. 11 x 14. Limited edition; sold at time of printing in suites of four for twenty dollars. Prominent historical artists were commissioned for these unique plates (others were by Don Troiani and the inimitable George Woodbridge of "Mad" Magazine); the series was noted for its painstaking attention to accuracy. Company of Military Historians: 1979. Military History, America, American, Uniform, Costume, Soldier, Accoutrement, Cap, Hat, Helmet, Weapon, Gun, Pistol, Sword, Decoration, Medal, Sash, Spanish-American War, World War I, W.W. I, WWI, Coast Artillery, Artillery, Musician, Electrician Sergeant. While the styles of the artists do vary, the plates share scholarship and careful research; no liberties were taken in depiction of accoutrements or other material details. From color separation, through presswork at some of Manhattan's finest four-color houses, these were produced with great care from beginning to end. Occasional minor storage evidence, else very fine to excellent. Small numbers of each Plate available; many different Plates available. (Discounts for assortments or quantities.) 13.99

12503. Dodge Truck. Attractive Dodge Truck lubrication and service chart for 1938 model, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1938 Series RK and RL, 3 and 2 Ton, respectively, 6 cylinder; on back: photos of dipstick, air cleaner, and draining cylinder block, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Dodge Truck, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge toning, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12504. Dodge. Attractive Dodge lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1939 Model D-11, 6 cylinder; on back: photos of oil filler pipe and drain plug, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge toning, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12505. Dodge. Attractive Dodge lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Luxury Liner DeLuxe Model D-14 and Luxury Liner Special D-17, 6 cylinder; on back: photo of oil dipstick, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12506. Dodge. Attractive Dodge lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1941 Model D-19, 6 cylinder; on back: line drawing of oil dipstick, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pale grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12507. Dodge. Attractive Dodge lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1941 Model D-19, 6 cylinder; on back: line drawing of oil dipstick, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pale grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12510. Franklin. Attractive Franklin lubrication and service chart for 1933 model, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. Olympic Series 18, 6 cylinder; with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Franklin, Olympic, Syracuse, New York, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.50

12511. Graham. Attractive Graham lubrication and service chart for 1932-33 models, with bird's-eye views of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: Model 58, 6 cylinder; on back: Standard Eight Model 64 and Standard Six Model 65, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Graham-Paige, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.50

12512. Graham. Attractive Graham lubrication and service chart for 1934 models, with bird's-eye views of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: Standard and De Luxe Six Model 68, 6 cylinder; on back: Standard Eight and Special Eight Model 67 and Custom Eight and Special Eight with Super-Charger Model 69, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Graham-Paige, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.50

12514. Graham. Attractive Graham lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye views of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Eight Model 72 and Supercharged Eight Model 75; on back: 1936 Crusader Series 80, 6 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Graham-Paige, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.50

12515. Graham. Attractive Graham lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. Cavalier 90 and Supercharger 110; with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Graham-Paige, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 5.50

12516. Graham. Attractive Graham lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Crusader Model 85; on back: 1937 Cavalier Series 95 and Supercharger Series 116 and 120, 6 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Graham-Paige, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.50

12517. Graham. Attractive Graham lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Standard and Special Six Series 96, and Supercharger and Custom Supercharger Series 97 , 6 cylinder; on back: photos of fuel pump and brake supply tank, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on goldenrod. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Graham-Paige, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.50

12518. Hudson. Attractive Hudson wheel lubrication instructions, for 1940 (and probably earlier) models. Photos of front wheel lubrication points, and rear wheel bearing cap nuts, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge toning, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 5.50

12519. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Super Six, Series 1300501 and up, 6 cylinder; on back: 1933 Eight, Standard and Major Series, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12520. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1934 and 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1934 Eight, 116" and 123" wheelbase; on back: 1935 Six, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12521. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Eight; on back: 1936 Six, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12522. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. 1936 Eight, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 5.50

12523. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Six; on back: 1937 Eight, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12524. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. Four pages (two leaves): 1938 Model 112, 6 cylinder, and Hudson-Terraplane 6 and 8. Eight photos of distributor, starting motor, brake cables, throttle linkage, and other parts. With much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on goldenrod. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Terraplane, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12525. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 112, Six, Country Club 6, and Country Club 8; on back: photos of fuel pump (two variants) and clutch, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12526. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Six (Traveler, 40T), DeLuxe Six (40P), Super Six (41), Country Club Six (43), Eight (44), and Country Club Eight (47); on back: photos of dipstick, fuel pump (two variants), and clutch, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12527. Hupmobile. Attractive Hupmobile lubrication and service chart for 1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Series 321, 6 cylinder; on back: Series 322 and 326, 8 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hupmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12528. Hupmobile. Attractive Hupmobile lubrication and service chart for 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1934 Series 421-J, 6 cylinder; on back: Series 417-W, 6 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hupmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12530. Hupmobile. Attractive Hupmobile lubrication and service chart for 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Series 521-J, 6 cylinder; on back: 1935 Series 527-T, 8 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hupmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12531. Hupmobile. Attractive Hupmobile lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Series 521-O, 8 cylinder; on back: 1936 Series 618-G, 6 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hupmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12532. Hupmobile. Attractive Hupmobile lubrication and service chart for 1936 model, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Series 621-N, 8 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hupmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 5.50

12534. Hupmobile. Attractive Hupmobile lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Series H-825, 8 cylinder; on back: cross section of master cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hupmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12535. International Trucks. Attractive International Truck lubrication and service chart for 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this vehicle. On front: 1935 Model C-1; on back: Models C-10 and C-20, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, International Truck, International Trucks, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12536. International Trucks. Attractive International Truck lubrication and service chart for 1930's models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: Models D-2 (1/2 Ton) and D-15 (3/4-1 Ton); on back: exploded diagram of fuel filter, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, International Truck, International Trucks, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge toning, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12537. International Trucks. Attractive International Truck lubrication and service chart for 1930's models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: Model D-5 (1/2 Ton); on back: exploded diagram of fuel filter, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, International Truck, International Trucks, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge toning, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12538. International Trucks. Attractive International Truck lubrication and service chart for 1930's models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: Models D-30 and DS-30 (1-1/2 Ton); on back: exploded diagram of fuel filter, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, International Truck, International Trucks, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge toning, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12539. International Trucks. Attractive International Truck lubrication and service chart for 1930's models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: Models D-35 and DS-35 (1-1/2 - 2 Ton); on back: exploded diagram of fuel filter, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, International Truck, International Trucks, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge toning, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12541. La Fayette. Attractive La Fayette lubrication and service chart for 1934 and 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: Standard and Special Models, 110 Series; on back: 1935 Standard and Special Models, 3510 Series, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, La Fayette, Lafayette, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12542. La Fayette. Attractive La Fayette lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 3610 Series, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, La Fayette, Lafayette, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 6.25

12543. La Salle. Attractive La Salle lubrication and service chart for 1933 and 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 V-8 (345-C); on back: 1934 Model 350, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12544. La Salle. Attractive La Salle lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Model 35-50; on back: 1936 Series 50, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12545. La Salle. Attractive La Salle lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Series 50, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 6.25

12546. La Salle. Attractive La Salle lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Series 50; on back: scratchboard illustration showing how to raise hood, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12547. La Salle. Attractive La Salle lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Series 50 and 52; on back: much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, La Salle, LaSalle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12548. Lincoln. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 V-12-136; on back: V-12-145, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12549. Lincoln. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1934 and 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1934 V-12-136 and V-12-145; on back: 1935 V-12-136 and V-12-145, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12550. Lincoln. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Lincoln Zephyr V-12; on back: 1936 Lincoln V-12, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Lincoln Zephyr, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12551. Lincoln Zephyr. Attractive Lincoln Zephyr lubrication and service chart for 1936-1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936-37 Lincoln Zephyr V-12, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Lincoln Zephyr, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.50

12552. Lincoln Zephyr. Attractive Lincoln Zephyr lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Lincoln Zephyr V-12; on back, four photos of oil level indicator, air cleaner, generator belt, and vacuum brake, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Lincoln Zephyr, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12553. Lincoln. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Lincoln V-12, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.50

12554. Lincoln Zephyr. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Lincoln Zephyr V-12; on back, photos of oil gauge, cooling system, and distributor, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Lincoln Zephyr, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12555. Lincoln. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Lincoln V-12; on back, photos of oil level indicator and starting motor, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12556. Lincoln Zephyr. Attractive Lincoln Zephyr lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1939 Lincoln Zephyr V-12; on back, five photos of oil level indicator, air cleaner, cooling system, fuel pump, and distributor, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Lincoln Zephyr, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Trivial edge toning, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.50

12557. Mercury. Attractive Mercury lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1939 Mercury; on back, five photos of oil level indicator, air cleaner, cooling system, fuel pump, and distributor, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., Mar. 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Trivial edge toning, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. Scarce item from early in Mercury's first year. 19.50

12558. Mercury. Attractive Mercury lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Mercury; on back, four photos of oil level indicator, air cleaner, cooling system, and distributor, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., Feb. 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Trivial edge fingerprints, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. Scarce item from early in Mercury's second year. 8.50

12559. Mercury. Attractive Mercury lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1941 Mercury; on back, three photos of air cleaner, cooling system, and distributor, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., Jan. 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Trivial edge fingerprints, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. Scarce item from early in Mercury's third year. 7.25

12561. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Nash Advanced Eight Series 1180; on back, Ambassador Eight Series 1190, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12562. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1934 Nash Big Six Series 1220 and Advanced Eight Series 1280; on back, Ambassador Eight Series 1290, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12563. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Nash Advanced Six Series 3520 and Advanced Eight and Ambassador Eight Series 3580; on back, 1936 400 Series, 6 cylinder, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12564. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Nash Late 400 Series 3640 and 3640A; on back, 1936 Ambassador 6 Series 3620 and Ambassador 8 Series 3680), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12565. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Nash LaFayette 6 (Series 4010), Ambassador 6 (4020), and Ambassador 8 (4080); on back, two photos of dipstick and oil level indicator, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, LaFayette, La Fayette, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12566. Nash Lafayette. Attractive Nash Lafayette lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Nash LaFayette 400 (Series 3710); on back, 1937 Nash Ambassador 6 (3720 and Ambassador 8 (3780), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, LaFayette, La Fayette, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12567. Nash and Lafayette. Attractive Nash and Lafayette lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. Four pp. (two leaves front and back): 1937 Nash and LaFayette, "all Series," with 28 photos in all of lubrication points of cars, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, LaFayette, La Fayette, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 16.50

12570. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1941 Nash Ambassador 600 (4140); on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pale grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, LaFayette, La Fayette, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12571. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1941 Nash Ambassador 6 (4160) and Ambassador 8 (4180); on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pale grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, LaFayette, La Fayette, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.25

12572. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart for 1933 and 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Oldsmobile Six F-33 and Eight L-33; on back, 1934 Six and Eight, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.25

12573. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Oldsmobile Six F-35 and Eight L-35; on back, 1936 Six and Eight, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.25

12574. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Oldsmobile Six and Eight; on back, photo showing lubricating rear spring with tool, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.25

12575. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart specifically for 1937 automatic transmission. Exhaustive text, with line drawing of steering wheel, two photos of transmission fluid dipstick and drain plug, and large exploded diagram. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white, printed both sides. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Automatic Transmission, Hydra-Matic, Hydramatic, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. Very early automatic transmission; such cars must have elicited considerable interest when pulling into a gas station for service! 19.50

12576. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Oldsmobile Six and Eight; on back, two photos showing oil level gauge and automatic transmission dipstick, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Automatic Transmission, Hydra-Matic, Hydramatic, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12577. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Oldsmobile Six (60 and 70) and Eight (90); on back, two photos showing oil level gauge and radiator and engine block drains, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Automatic Transmission, Hydra-Matic, Hydramatic, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12578. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1941 Oldsmobile Six and Eight; on back, three photos showing oil level gauge, fuel pump, and radiator and engine block drains, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pale grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Automatic Transmission, Hydra-Matic, Hydramatic, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12579. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Packard Eight (Models 1001, 1002) and Super Eight (Models 1003, 1004); on back, Packard Twelve (1005, 1006), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.25

12580. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1934 Packard Eight (Models 1000, 1001, 1002) and Super Eight (Models 1003, 1004, 1005); on back, Packard Twelve (1107, 1108), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.25

12581. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Packard Model 120; on back, Packard 8 (1200, 1201, 1202) and Super Eight (1203, 1204, 1205), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12582. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Packard 12 (Series 1206, 1207, 1208); on back, 1936 Packard Model 120, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.25

12583. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Packard 8 and Super 8 (Series 1400 through 1405); on back, 1936 Packard 12 (Series 1406, 1407, 1408), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.25

12584. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Packard Six; on back, 1937 Packard 120 (Models 120C, 120CA, 120CD, 138CD), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12585. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Packard Super 8 (Series 1500, 1502, 1502); on back, 1937 Packard 12 (Series 1506, 1507, 1508), with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.25

12586. Volkswagen automobiles. 1978 Volkswagen Limited Champagne Edition II full-color deluxe novelty sales catalogue. Volkswagen, printed in U.S.: Mar. 1978. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Foreign Car, German Car, Import Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Volkswagen, VW, Rabbit, Scirocco, Dasher, Beetle, Convertible, Bus, Campmobile, 1978, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8 x 9, an unusual construction comprising pastel blue leaves, with full-color enamel sandwiched between, in alternating signatures. In all, (24) pp. Formal script, "...Champagne Edition II" revealed at top of each spread on underlying blue paper. Presenting special Rabbit, Scirocco, Dasher, Beetle Convertible, Bus, and Campmobile, all in Limited Champagne Edition trim. Minor cover edge toning and surface rub from bindery, else New Old Stock and very fine. Much other auto literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. 13.75

12587. Cadillac automobiles. 1975 Cadillac full-line, full-color oversize sales catalogue. Cadillac Motor Car Division: Aug. 1974. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cadillac, Fleetwood, Fleetwood Brougham, Limousine, Nine Passenger Sedan, Eldorado, Coupe, Convertible, Sedan de Ville, Calais, Special Edition, Talisman, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 12 x 12-1/4 oblong, (24) pp., metallic gold leaf on white vellum cover, crest-shaped die cut window revealing full-color Cadillac emblem beneath, full color text on premium enamel. A deluxe, elegant presentation for GM's flagship marque. Featuring Fleetwood Brougham, with very Seventies shirred paisley velour upholstery, Limousine and Nine Passenger Sedan, Eldorado Coupe with op-art black-and-white Mosaic check trim, Eldorado Convertible, Sedan de Ville with Maharajah brocade, Coupe de Ville, Calais with unusual Morgan plaid, and various Cadillac Special Editions. With their Firemist paints, the Sixties look remained alive. Very light edge toning white cover, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 19.00

12588. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Packard Six; on back, line drawing of oil bath cleaner and silencer, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12589. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Packard Eight; on back, line drawings of oil bath cleaner and silencer, and distributor, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12591. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Packard Six (110) and Eight (1801, 1801A); on back, retouched photograph showing oil levels in transmission, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12592. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Packard Super Eight Model 160 (1803, 1804, 1805) and Custom Super Eight 180 (1806, 1807, 1808); on back, retouched photograph showing oil levels in transmission, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12593. Pierce-Arrow. Attractive Pierce-Arrow lubrication and service chart for 1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Pierce-Arrow Straight Eight Model 836; on back, Twelve Cylinder Model 1236, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pierce-Arrow, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.75

12594. Pierce-Arrow. Attractive Pierce-Arrow lubrication and service chart for 1933 and 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Pierce-Arrow Twelve Cylinder Model 1242-1247; on back, 1934 Eight Cylinder Models 836-A and 840-A, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pierce-Arrow, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.75

12595. Pierce-Arrow. Attractive Pierce-Arrow lubrication and service chart for 1934 and 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1934 Pierce-Arrow Twelve Cylinder Models 1240-A and 1248-A; on back, 1935 Eight Cylinder Model 845, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pierce-Arrow, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.75

12596. Pierce-Arrow. Attractive Pierce-Arrow lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Pierce-Arrow Twelve Cylinder Models 1245 and 1255; on back, 1936 Eight Cylinder Model 1601, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pierce-Arrow, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 16.50

12597. Pierce-Arrow. Attractive Pierce-Arrow lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Pierce-Arrow Twelve Cylinder Models 1602 and 1603, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pierce-Arrow, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 14.75

12598. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1932-1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1932-33 Plymouth Six, Code PC; on back, 1933 Plymouth Standard Six, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12599. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1933 and 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Plymouth De Luxe Six, "For Cars After Serial No. 2,000,001"; on back, 1934 Plymouth De Luxe Six, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor edge fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12600. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Plymouth Six, Code PJ; on back, 1936 Plymouth Six, Codes P1, P2, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12601. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Plymouth Six, Codes P3, P4, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 7.75

12602. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Plymouth Six, Codes P5, P6; on back, photo of oil level gauge rod, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12603. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1939 Plymouth Six, Road King (P-7) and DeLuxe (P-8); on back, three photos of carburetor air cleaner, crankcase ventilator outlet pipe air cleaner, and transmission plugs, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Considerate oil staining on verso, else good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12604. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Plymouth Six, Road King (P-9) and DeLuxe (P-10); on back, photo of oil level gauge rod, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1940 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12605. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1933 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Pontiac Straight Eight; on back, radiator anti-freeze text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12606. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1934 Pontiac Eight, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor fingerprinting on front, more so on blank verso, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.25

12607. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Pontiac Eight, De Luxe Six, and Standard Six; on back, large, full-side photo of complete car, door wide open, with fourteen smaller, round photos showing lubrication details. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 10.75

12608. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Pontiac Eight, Six, and De Luxe Six; on back, large, full-side photo of complete car, door wide open, with fourteen smaller, round photos showing lubrication details. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some oil staining on front only, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 10.75

12609. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Pontiac Six and Eight; on back, exhaustive text. On second sheet: large, full-side photo of complete car, door wide open, with thirteen smaller, round photos showing lubrication details. 8-1/4 x 11, black on blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor oil staining, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 17.50

12610. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Pontiac Six and Eight; on back, exhaustive text. On second sheet: exhaustive text, and large, full-side photo of complete car, door wide open, with thirteen smaller, round photos showing lubrication details. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. In all, four pages (two leaves). 18.50

12611. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1939 Pontiac Quality Six, DeLuxe Six, and DeLuxe Eight; on back, large, full-side photo of complete car, door wide open, with fifteen smaller, round photos showing lubrication details. On second sheet: exhaustive text, with three small illustrations of oil level gauge, "gaselector," and radiator and engine block drain plugs. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor fingerprinting, else very good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. In all, four pages (two leaves). 18.50

12612. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Pontiac Special Six, DeLuxe Six, DeLuxe Eight, and Torpedo Eight; on back, large, full-side photo of complete car, door wide open, with fifteen smaller, round photos showing lubrication details. On second sheet: exhaustive text, with three small illustrations of oil level gauge, "gaselector," and radiator and engine block drain plugs. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Plus third sheet: "Richfield All-Point Lubrication Index, Bulletin," June 6, 1940, black on white, with illustrations of Pontiac oil filler cap and clutch countershaft felt washers. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Minor fingerprinting, else very good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. In all, five pages (three leaves). 26.50

12613. Reo. Attractive Reo car lubrication and service chart for 1934 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: (1934) Reo Royale N2 Standard, N1, and N1 Custom Long Wheelbase; on back, 1934 Flying Cloud, 6 cylinder, Models S3 and S4, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Reo, Royale, Flying Cloud, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor fingerprinting, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12614. Reo. Attractive Reo car lubrication and service chart for 1935 and 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1935 Reo Flying Cloud model 6A and Royale model 7S; on back, 1936 Flying Cloud, 6 cylinder, Models 6D, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Reo, Flying Cloud, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. From Reo's final year of automaking. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12616. Terraplane. Attractive Terraplane lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Terraplane Six, De Luxe and Custom, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Terraplane, Hudson, Essex, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.25

12617. Terraplane. Attractive Terraplane lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Terraplane Six, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Terraplane, Hudson, Essex, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Very minor fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.25

12618. Willys. Attractive Willys lubrication and service chart for 1933 and 1935 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1933 Willys Model 77; on back, 1935 Willys Model 77, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12619. Willys. Attractive Willys lubrication and service chart for 1936 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1936 Willys Model 77, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on lemon yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.25

12620. Willys. Attractive Willys lubrication and service chart for 1937 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1937 Willys Model 37; on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pastel blue. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1937 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12621. Willys. Attractive Willys lubrication and service chart for 1938 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1938 Willys Model 38; on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pumpkin. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1938 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12622. Overland. Attractive Overland lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1939 Overland Model 39; on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12623. Overland. Attractive Overland lubrication and service chart for 1939 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1939 Overland Model 48; on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pistachio. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12624. Willys. Attractive Willys lubrication and service chart for 1940 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1940 Willys Model 440; on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on daffodil yellow. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1939 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12625. Willys. Attractive Willys lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1941 Willys Americar Model 441; on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Americar, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield. Some fingerprinting, else good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12626. Stanley W. Ellis. Smogless Days - Adventures in Ten Stanley Steamers. Howell-North Books, Berkeley, Calif.: 1971. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Stanley Steamer. 8-3/4 x 11-1/4, 104 pp., pea-green cloth, color d.j., pictorial endpapers, 94 photographs (5 in color), diagrams and drawings. Fascinating and delightful story of one man's romance with not one, but ten Stanley Steamers, each with its own personality. Filled with anecdotes of his own motoring experiences with these cars, together with history, insight, and photos not seen elsewhere. Minor d.j. light wear and edge tear at each of top of spine and back cover, light toning of front endpapers from nested newspaper article, else internally excellent, showing little use. With period two-sheet article, "Mr. Stanley's Steamer," from Carmel, CA newspaper, containing large photo of 1913 Stanley Mountain Wagon in museum, written by a local resident and friend of F.O. Stanley. Now very scarce, and especially in this superior condition. Two items. With provenance. 119.50

12627. Ford. Ford Truck lubrication bulletin for 1936-1941 regular and cab-over-engine models, issued by Richfield Oil. 8-1/4 x 11, black on white. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., issued July 9, 1942. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Classic Truck, Old Truck, Vintage Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941. Announcing change of lubricant recommendation for universal joints. "Make the following corrections. Do it now!" Considerable edge dust staining, else satisfactory; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. With accompanying sheet "To all bookholders," instructing them where to place new bulletin in their binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. Two sheets. 3.25

12628. Cadillac. Attractive Cadillac lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Cadillac Series 61, 62, 63, 60S, 67, 75, 62 Commercial, and 75 Commercial; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12629. Chrysler. Attractive Chrysler lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Chrysler Royal 6 and Windsor 6, C-34; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12630. Chrysler. Attractive Chrysler lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Chrysler New Yorker 8, C-36; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12631. Chrysler. Attractive Chrysler lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Chrysler Crown Imperial 8, C-37; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12632. Crosley. Attractive Crosley lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Crosley CB-42 and CB-42-Z; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Crosley, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Without question, the simplest lubrication system of any car of the era! Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12633. De Soto. Attractive De Soto lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 De Soto Custom and DeLuxe, S-10; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, De Soto, DeSoto, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12634. Dodge. Attractive Dodge lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Dodge Custom and DeLuxe, D-22; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12635. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Packard 6 (2020), 8 (2021), and Super 8 (2023, 2004-5-7-8); on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12636. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Packard Clipper 6 (2000), 8 (2001), and Super 8 (2003, 2006); on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Clipper, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else very fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12637. Willys. Attractive Willys lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Willys Americar Model 442; on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Willys, Americar, Willys-Overland, Willys Overland, Overland, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, clip stain on verso, else fine, bright and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12638. Buick. Attractive Buick lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Buick Special (40), Special (40A), Super (50), Century (60), Roadmaster (70), and Limited (90); on back, exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, some soiling, else very good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12639. Lincoln. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Lincoln Zephyr, Continental, and Custom; on back, three photos of air cleaner, cooling system, and vacuum brake, with exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Continental, Zephyr, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else fine, bright, and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12640. Mercury. Attractive Mercury lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Mercury V-8; on back, three photos of air cleaner, cooling system, and vacuum brake, with exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else fine, bright, and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12641. Oldsmobile. Attractive Oldsmobile lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Oldsmobile 6 and 8; on back, three photos of oil level gauge, cooling system, and tire rotation, with exhaustive text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else fine, bright, and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.75

12642. Pontiac. Attractive Pontiac lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Pontiac DeLuxe Torpedo and Streamliner Torpedo, Sixes and Eights; on back, large, full-side photo of complete car, doors wide open, with seventeen smaller, round photos showing lubrication details. With second sheet of exhaustive text specifically for 1942 Pontiac, embellished with seven small illustrations. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Light tip wear, else fine, bright, and clean; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. Two sheets (four pages). 22.50

12643. Chevrolet. Attractive Chevrolet lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Chevrolet Fleetmaster and Stylemaster; on back, two illustrations of octane selector and tire rotation diagram, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Some tip wear, marginal dust toning and soft creases, else good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12644. Hudson. Attractive Hudson lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Hudson Sixes (Traveler, DeLuxe, Business Car, Super Six, Commodore Six, and Big Boy Business) and Eights (Commodore Eight, Eight Custom Coupe, and Eight Custom Sedan); on back, two illustrations of clutch and vacumotive drive, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Commodore, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. One soft corner crease from original postal handling, else fine, clean, and bright; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12645. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Nash Ambassador 600 (Model 4240); on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Ambassador, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. One soft corner crease from original postal handling, else fine, clean, and bright; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12646. Nash. Attractive Nash lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Nash Ambassador 6 (Model 4260) and 8 (4280); on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Ambassador, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. One soft corner crease from original postal handling, else fine, clean, and bright; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12647. Plymouth. Attractive Plymouth lubrication and service chart for 1942 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this car. On front: 1942 Plymouth P-14; on back, line drawing of oil level gauge, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on pink. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1942 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1942. Considerable edge creasing and wrinkling, else good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Possibly the last model-year for which Richfield issued such individual charts. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12649. Chevrolet Truck. Attractive Chevrolet Truck lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Chevrolet 1-1/2 Ton Heavy Duty, Conventional and Cab-Over-Engine; on back, illustrations of oil level gauge and octane selector, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Antique Truck, Old Truck, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. Wrinkling two tips, else fine, clean, and bright; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12650. Buick. Attractive Buick lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Buick Series 40A Special; on back, much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. Minor soiling, else very good; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12651. Cadillac. Attractive Cadillac lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Cadillac Series 61, 62, 63, 60 Special, 67, 75, 62 Commercial, and 75 Commercial; on back, line illustration of tire rotation, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Fisher, Fleetwood, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. Trivial soiling, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.50

12653. Chrysler. Attractive Chrysler lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Chrysler Royal 6 and Windsor 6 (C-28); on back, line drawing of oil gauge, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Royal, Windsor, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. One old soft fold from original mailing, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12654. Chrysler. Attractive Chrysler lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Chrysler New Yorker 8 (C-30); on back, line drawing of oil gauge, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, New Yorker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. One old soft fold from original mailing, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 8.25

12655. Chrysler. Attractive Chrysler lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Chrysler Crown Imperial 8 (C-33); on back, line drawing of oil gauge, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Crown Imperial, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. One old soft fold from original mailing, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12656. Lincoln. Attractive Lincoln lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Lincoln Zephyr V-12, Continental, and Custom; on back, four photographs of oil level indicator, air cleaner, cooling system, and vacuum brake, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Lincoln, Zephyr, Continental, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. One old soft fold from original mailing, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 12.25

12657. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Packard 6-110 and 8-120; on back, drawing of transmission and Econo-Drive unit, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. One old soft fold from original mailing, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 9.75

12658. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Packard Super 8-160 and Custom Super 8-180; on back, drawing of transmission and Econo-Drive unit, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. One old soft fold from original mailing, else fine; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 11.50

12659. Packard. Attractive Packard lubrication and service chart for 1941 models, with bird's-eye view of rolling chassis, and individual instructions for exhaustive lubrication of every conceivable part of this truck. On front: 1941 Packard Clipper 8, Model 1951; on back, two drawings of dipstick and tire rotation, with much text. 8-1/4 x 11, black on grey. Richfield Oil Corp., N.Y., 1941 printing. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Oil, Petroleum, Petroliana, Richfield, 1941. One old soft fold from original mailing, paper clip stain, soiling on verso, else satisfactory; original 7-hole punch for Richfield binder. Printed in low numbers, for exclusive use of pump jockeys and mechanics in gas stations handling this lesser-known brand. Very scarce thus, and attractive for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1933-42 era in stock. Much other automobile material in stock. 10.75

12666. Automobile Quarterly. Automobile Quarterly. "The Connoisseur's Magazine of Motoring Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow." Automobile Quarterly. First Quarter 1979. Vol. 17, No. 1. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Coachbuilt Car, Custom Car, Dream Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Race, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Reference, Dodge, Dodge Brothers, MG, MGA, MG-A, MG A, M.G., Morris Garages, Ford, Lagonda, Aston Martin, Aston Martin Lagonda, George Rand. 8-1/2 x 10-1/2 oblong, (112) pp., red cloth, full-color Dodge Brothers onlay on front cover, color d.j., profusely illustrated, enamel text. A typically engrossing issue of this supreme periodical, with feature articles on Dodge Brothers ("beautiful full-color portfolio, 20 portraits of models from 1915 to 1928"), MGA ("models from 1955 to 1962, including 1500, 1600, 1600 Mark II, Twin Cam, and Sebring Coupe," with nine color plates), the 1950's Ford retractable convertibles, Lagonda ("from 1904 Tricar to the brand-new 1979 Lagonda, 45 magnificent full-color photos"), and charismatic driver/dealer/personality George Rand. One tear at d.j. front flap, some edge curl, tiny cloth nick at shelf edge back cover, else very fine, with original subscription reply envelope nested in front. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 17.50

12667. Automobile Quarterly. Automobile Quarterly. "The Connoisseur's Magazine of Motoring Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow." Automobile Quarterly. Second Quarter 1979. Vol. 17, No. 2. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Coachbuilt Car, Custom Car, Dream Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Race, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Reference, Ferrari, Scuderia, Alfa Romeo, Benjamin Briscoe, Argo, Briscoe, Hackett, Jackson, Michigan, Rolls-Royce, Phantom III, Barker, Brewster, DeHavilland Aircraft, Freestone & Webb, Hooper, Inskip, Mulliner, Thrupp & Maberly, Mercedes-Benz, C-111, Austin-Healey, Le Mans, Karl Martin, Wasp, Lincoln, Torino. 8-1/2 x 10-1/2 oblong, (112) pp., grey cloth, full-color Rolls-Royce Phantom III onlay on front cover, color d.j., profusely illustrated, enamel text. A typically engrossing issue of this supreme periodical, with feature articles on Scuderia Ferrari ("Enzo's racing days with Alfa Romeo in the 1930's, 25 rare historic photos"), Postwar Lincolns ("Capri, Cosmopolitan, Premiere, Mexican Road Race Tears, 21 color plates"), History of Rolls-Royce Phantom III ("Portfolio of 20 breathtaking color plates of Phantom III motorcars"), the Austin-Healey Fours ("sports cars of the Fifties, 1955-56 Le Mans, 1955 100S, 1956 100/4, 7 color plates"), and more. (Among Phantom III coachbuilders pictured in color are Barker, Brewster, Freestone & Webb, Hooper, Inskip, Mulliner, and Thrupp & Maberly; the Phantom III with body designed by DeHavilland Aircraft is one of the most spectacular automobiles we have ever seen.) A superior copy, in excellent condition. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 19.50

12668. Anthony Harding, General Editor. Classic Cars in Profile, Volume 1. Profile Nos. 1-24. Doubleday and Co. Inc., Garden City, N.Y.: 1967. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Dream Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Race, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Reference, Mercedes, Rolls-Royce, Hispano-Suiza, Jaguar, Lanchester, Duesenberg, Bentley, Vanwall, Auburn, Bugatti, Alvis, Ferrari, Ford, Model T, Alfa Romeo, MG, M.G., Jowett, Napier, Delage, Invicta, Frazer Nash, Vauxhall, Bentley, Fiat, Ford, Mustang. 7 x 9-3/4, (296) pp., wheat over maroon cloth, 48 full-page full-color plates, especially commissioned for this important work, nearly 600 black and white illustrations, color d.j. "The world's leading authors and artists have combined their talents to produce the first volume...." Comprising: 1908 and 1914 G.P. Mercedes, Rolls-Royce Phantom I, V-12 Hispano-Suiza, Jaguar XK-Series, Lanchester 38 & 40 H.P., Duesenberg J & SJ, Bentley 3-1/2- & 4-1/4-Litre, Vanwall Grand Prix Car, Auburn Straight-Eight, Type 35 Grand Prix Bugatti, Alvis Speed 20 & 25, Ferrari Tipo 625 & 555, Model T Ford, Type RL Alfa Romeos, M.G. Magnette K.3, Jowett Javelin and Jupiter, 40/50 H.P. Napier, 1926-27 1-1/2-Litre Delage, 4.5-Litre S-Type Invicta, Le Mans Replica Frazer Nash, 1914 Grand Prix Vauxhall, 6-1/2 Litre Bentley, Fiat Tipo 508S, and Ford Mustang. Ex-lib. markings neatly removed from fore-edge and title page, some crinkling d.j. at top of spine, light tip wear, else very good. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 47.50

12670. Anthony Harding, General Editor. Classic Cars in Profile, Volume 4. Profile Nos. 73-96. Doubleday and Co., Inc., Garden City, N.Y.: 1968. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Dream Car, Foreign Car, Imported Car, Old Car, Race, Racing Car, Sports Car, Vintage Car, Reference, Gran Prix, Grand Prix, Peugeot, Isotta Fraschini, "Bloody Mary," Riley, Jensen, Maserati, Renaults, Trojan, Miller, Meadows, Lea-Francis, Tourist Trophy, Frazer Nash, Ferrari, Alfonso, Hispano-Suiza, MG, M.G., Alfa Romeo, Lincoln Continental, BMW, B.M.W., Ford G.T., Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, AC, A.C., Ballot, Packard, Traction Avant, Citroen, BRM, B.R.M.. 7 x 9-3/4, (288) pp., wheat over British Racing Green cloth, 48 full-page full-color plates, especially commissioned for this important work, nearly 600 black and white illustrations, color d.j. "...Written and illustrated by the world's leading authors and artists...." Comprising: 1912-1919 Racing Peugeots, Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 Series, "Bloody Mary," Touring Riley Nines, 1935-49 V-8 and Straight-8 Jensen, Maserati 250F Grand Prix Car, 1906-08 Grand Prix Renaults, Trojan Utility Car, Miller Straight-Eight, Meadows-Engined Lea-Francis, Tourist Trophy Replica Frazer Nash, Ferrari Tipo 340 and 375 Sports Cars, Alfonso Hispano-Suiza, 18/80 M.G., P2 Grand Prix Alfa Romeo, 1940-48 Lincoln Continental, B.M.W. Type 328, Ford G.T., Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, 2-Litre A.C. Six, 2-Litre and 8-Cylinder Ballots, 1923-42 8- and 12-Cylinder Packards, Traction Avant Citroens, and V-6 B.R.M. Some light fraying d.j. at top of spine, few minor d.j. spots, else a fine copy of this last - and most valuable volume - of the series. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 95.00

12671. W.E. Butterworth. Wheels & Pistons - The story of the automobile. Four Winds Press, N.Y.: 1971. Transportation, Automobile, Ancient Car, Antique Car, Dream Car, Electric Car, Foreign Car, Horseless Carriage, Imported Car, Old Car, Race, Racing Car, Sports Car, Steam Car, Vintage Car, Reference, Benz, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, Daimler, Dodge, Durant, Duryea, Ford, Henry Ford, General Motors, Kettering, Packard, Pennington, Peugeot, Rolls, Sloan, Winton, Zeder. 7-1/4 x 8-1/4, 191 pp., 1920's V-windshield Franklin sedan maroon-stamped on golden-yellow cloth, black on ivory text, illustrated with crisp halftones, index, d.j. A pleasant chronicle of the horseless carriage, written for the older teen, tracing its origins from Cugnot's 1769 machine, to William Lear's 1969 600-horsepower external combustion engine. "...a lively, informative, and altogether fascinating history of how the automobile and its component parts were developed...In the process, the author provides revealing portraits of the ingenious, often eccentric, men whose names are part of automotive history: Daimler and Benz, Peugeot and Rolls, Ford, Durant, Kettering, Sloan, and many others...." Coverage of gas, electric, and steam, with mention of most of the pioneers and namesakes of the great marques. Original gold publisher's label denotes "Reinforced Binding." Some tattering and tears lower edge d.j., very light fore-edge and marginal handling soiling, else good. Offering a conciseness not usually found in books of the genre, together with especially fine halftones. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 12.25

12673. Author not shown. Automotive Body Reconditioning. McGraw-Hill, but c. 1951. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Reference, Body, Auto Body, Body Panel, Collision, Reconditioning, Tools, Hand Tools, Welding, Metal Work, Metalwork, Metal Straightening, Chassis, Frame, Paint, Auto Paint, Auto Painting, Upholstery, Damage, Estimating, Used Car, Oldsmobile. 7-1/2 x 10, 157 pp., chocolate brown buckram, black and white text, profusely illustrated with line drawings and photographed, index, bibliographies. Highly interesting, evidently an advanced textbook for students, some of its photos using a 1940's Oldsmobile as an example. Chapters: Basic Hand Tools and Their Application, Welding Equipment and Methods of Application, Basic Metal-Straightening Techniques, Types of Body-Panel Aligning, Use of Hydraulic Body Jacks, Body-Panel Straightening, Body-Panel Removal and Replacement, Painting Equipment and Techniques, Upholstery Replacement, and Damage Estimating. An important reference work for the automotive hobbyist, restorer, or enthusiast. Some of the progressive photos are remarkable, showing the gradual transition from a severely damaged car that has rolled over, through evaluation and repair. Ex-library, title page removed, superficial spine rub, Plymouth-Dodge-De Soto-Chrysler door panel repair instructions mounted on blank rear endpaper, else good. Notwithstanding its defects, the many photos are fascinating, and give much insight and instruction. Ex-William Todd Library, Mack Truck engineer in 1940's, G.M. Senior Foreman to 1960's, and avid automotive literature collector and enthusiast. 6.75

12675. Norman Thelwell. Belt Up. Thelwell's Motoring Manual. Eyre Methuen, London: 1974. Second Impression. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Cartoon, Humor, British Car, English Car, Rolls-Royce, Mini. 6 x 8-1/4, 128 pp., apricot embossed boards, full color d.j., black and white text. Distinctive, original automobile cartoons in the style of "Punch." The author humorously asserts, "...the only way to produce an unbiased book on any subject is to know absolutely nothing about it....The car will become the preserve of a vast army of devoted experts and collectors and the demand for books on the subject will become insatiable." Several cartoons feature Rolls-Royce and Minis (one showing the two cars together, racing, painted "His" and "Hers," hers being the Mini). Original English bookseller's label on inside price-clipped d.j., light foxing blank endleaf, a child's misspelled signature "Nichlis Jons" erased, else fine and clean. 6.25

12677. Neal Weiner and David Schwartz. The Interstate Gourmet - New England. Summit Books, N.Y.: 1983. First Edition. Transportation, Automobile, Driving, Travel, Vacation, Food, Restaurants, Highways, Interstates, Roads, New England, I-84, I-86, I-89, I-90, I-91, Route 55, Route 10, Route 3, I-93, I-95, I-195, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Quebec. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 249 pp., soft cover, black and white text, map, index. "Never get stuck at a chain restaurant again! The exit-by-exit guide to local restaurants, cafes, diners, inns, and pubs where you can find anything from a homemade hamburger to haute cuisine - all within minutes of the highway!...The ultimate guides to quality eating on the road...Filled with detailed descriptions of each restaurant and easy-to-follow directions from exit to restaurant and back again...." Chapters by highway: I-84, I-86, I-89, I-90, I-91, Routes 55 and 10, Route 3, I-93, I-95, and I-195, in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Quebec. Aside from its wealth of information, the writing is highly entertaining (as are the prices!). Minor shelf wear, short closed tear at front outside hinge, light fore-edge handling soiling, else internally clean and very good. 7.25

12678. Neal Weiner and David Schwartz. The Interstate Gourmet - Mid-Atlantic. Summit Books, N.Y.: 1983. First Edition. Transportation, Automobile, Driving, Travel, Vacation, Food, Restaurants, Highways, Interstates, Roads, Mid-Atlantic, Mid Atlantic, I-70, I-76, I-78, I-79, I-80, I-81, I-84, I-87, I-90, I-95, New Jersey Turnpike, New York Route 17 (Quickway), Taconic State Parkway, Saw Mill River Parkway, Atlantic City Expressway, Garden State Parkway, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 252 pp., soft cover, black and white text, map, index. "Never get stuck at a chain restaurant again! The exit-by-exit guide to local restaurants, cafes, diners, inns, and pubs where you can find anything from a homemade hamburger to haute cuisine - all within minutes of the highway!...The ultimate guides to quality eating on the road...Filled with detailed descriptions of each restaurant and easy-to-follow directions from exit to restaurant and back again...." Chapters by highway: I-70, 76, 78, 79, 80, 81, 84, 87, 90, 95, NJ Turnpike, NY Route 17 (Quickway), Taconic State Parkway, Saw Mill River Parkway, Atlantic City Expressway, and Garden State Parkway, in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, and Maryland. Aside from its wealth of information, the writing is highly entertaining (as are the prices!). Decorative blind-embossed owner's seal on front flyleaf, else evidently unused, clean and near new. 9.25

12679. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Monte Carlo full-color sales catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: Sept. 1974. Form 3012. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Monte Carlo, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 8-1/2 x 11, (12) pp. "...Chevrolet's offering for the discriminating side of you...as personal as your signature." New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 8.25

12680. Chevrolet automobiles. 1975 Chevrolet Passenger Car Accessories full-color catalogue. Chevrolet Motor Division: 1974. Form RS-27. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Automobile, Old Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chevrolet, Caprice Classic, Impala, Bel Air, Monte Carlo, Laguna, Malibu Classic, Malibu, Camaro, Nova, Vega, Monza, Corvette, Fleetside Pickup, Blazer, Sportvan, Suburban, Accessory, Accessories, Fashion, Hair, Hairstyles, 1975, 1970s, 1970's, 197*. 4-1/2 x 8-1/2, 16 pp., full color. Showing "the many accessories that can be purchased from your friendly Chevrolet Dealer." Including CB radios and choice of antennas, 8-track, a wide range of specialty lights, and more. Some soft file ripples, else New Old Stock and in excellent condition. Many other variants of 1975 Chevrolet literature listed separately. From library of William Todd, former Senior Foreman, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant. With letter of provenance. Multiple copies available; each, 6.25

12681. Henry Austin Clark, Jr. and Beverly Rae Kimes, compilers. Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805-1942. Latest, Third Ed. Every make and model. Including (where applicable): identification data, code explanations, serial number location, bore and stroke, horsepower, displacement, carburetor type, wheelbase, body types and their numbers, shipping weights, original prices, model production totals, options, 1-to-5 grading system with current values. Transportation, Automobile, Antique Car, Brass Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Electric Car, Steam Car, Reference, Chrysler, De Soto, Dodge, Imperial, Plymouth, Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, General Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oakland, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Baker, Duryea, Nash, Rambler, Stanley. 8-1/2 x 11, 1,598 pp., softbound, over 5,000 photographs! Including invaluable geographical index of automakers, broken down by state and city or town. Whether used for reference, a guide to collecting, or just enjoyment, this is one of the quintessential works for the automotive hobbyist. "Probably the most valuable single work on American automotive history to date..."--"Society of Automotive Historians Journal." Brand new in publisher's original clear shrink wrap. Below list, 52.95

12682. (Rare Autographed Limited Edition). Doenitz at Nuremberg: A Re-Appraisal. War Crimes and the Military Professional. Limited edition of only 250 copies bearing choice, bold blue signature of Nazi Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz, who became Supreme Commander of the Third Reich when Hitler committed suicide. Understandably now very scarce. Amber Publishing Co.: 1976. First American Edition; numbered in red, 198 pp. Profusely illustrated. Dustjacket, portrait of Doenitz in glossy gold, glassene protector, rich blue cloth. World History, World War II, WWII, Military History, Germany, Nazi, Third Reich, Holocaust, Hitler, Karl Doenitz, Nuremberg, War Crimes Proceedings, Limited Edition, Autographed Edition, Signed Edition, Signed Book. With hundreds of never-before-published opinions of famous military men, lawyers, artists, thinkers, and public figures, giving their views on the legitimacy and effects of the Nuremberg War Crimes Proceedings of 1945-46. A surprising number of people maintain that Doenitz was innocent. The only book of its kind. In addition to bearing a superb autograph of one of WWII's leading personalities, it offers some sobering, controversial, and poignant views on war in this twentieth century. Mint condition. 370.00

12683. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Buick Series 40, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12684. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Buick Series 50, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12685. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Buick Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12686. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Buick Series 90, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12687. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Buick Series 40, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12688. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Buick Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12689. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 and 1937 Buick Series 80, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12690. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 and 1937 Buick Series 90, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12691. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Buick Series 40, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12692. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Buick Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12693. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Buick Series 40, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12694. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Buick Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12695. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Buick Series 80, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12696. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Buick Series 90, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12697. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Buick Series 40, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12698. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Buick Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12699. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Buick Series 80, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12700. Buick automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Buick Series 90, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Buick, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12701. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Cadillac Model 355-D Series 10, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12702. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Cadillac Model 355-D Series 20, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12703. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Cadillac Model 355-D Series 30, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12704. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Cadillac Model 370-D, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12705. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 and 1935 Cadillac Model 452-D, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12706. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Cadillac Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12707. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Cadillac Series 70 and 80, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12708. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Cadillac Series 75 and 85, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12709. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Cadillac Series 65 and 70, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12710. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Cadillac Series 75 and 85, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12711. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Cadillac Series 90, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12712. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Cadillac Series 65, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12713. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Cadillac Series 75 and 90, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12714. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Cadillac Series 60 Special, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12715. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Cadillac Series 61, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12716. Cadillac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Cadillac Series 75 and 90, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12717. Chevrolet automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Chevrolet Master Conventional, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12718. Chevrolet automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Chevrolet Master and 1936 Chevrolet Knee Action, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12719. Chevrolet automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12720. Chevrolet automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Chevrolet Master, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12721. Chevrolet automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Chevrolet Master 85, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12722. Chevrolet automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chevrolet, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12723. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Chrysler Model C6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12724. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Chrysler Model CZ, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, some soiling on blank verso, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12725. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Chrysler Model C-1 and 1936 Chrysler Model C-9, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12726. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Chrysler Model C-2 and 1936 Chrysler Model C-10, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12727. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Chrysler Model C-7 and 1936 De Soto Model S-1, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, De Soto, DeSoto, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12728. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Chrysler Model C-8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12729. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Chrysler Model C-3 and 1936 Chrysler Model C-11, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12730. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Chrysler Model C-17, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12731. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Chrysler Model C-14, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12732. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Chrysler Model C-15, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12733. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Chrysler Model C-16, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12734. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Chrysler Model C-16, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, wrinkled, blank verso soiled, else very satisfactory; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 5.75

12735. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Chrysler Model C-18 and 1938 DeSota (sic), with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, De Soto, DeSoto, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12736. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Chrysler Model C-19, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12737. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Chrysler Model C-20, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12738. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Chrysler Model C-22, Royal and Royal Windsor, 119" wheelbase, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12739. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Chrysler Model C-22, Royal, 136" wheelbase, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12740. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Chrysler Model C-23, Imperial, Saratoga, and New Yorker, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12741. Chrysler automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Chrysler Model C-24, Custom Imperial, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Chrysler, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12742. De Soto automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 De Soto Airflow SG, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, De Soto, DeSoto, Airflow, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12743. De Soto automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 De Soto Model SF, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, De Soto, DeSoto, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12744. De Soto automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 De Soto Airflow S2, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, De Soto, DeSoto, Airflow, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12745. De Soto automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 De Soto Model S-3, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, De Soto, DeSoto, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12746. De Soto automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 De Soto, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, De Soto, DeSoto, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12747. De Soto automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 De Soto 7 Passenger, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, De Soto, DeSoto, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12748. Dodge automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Dodge Six, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12749. Dodge automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Dodge, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12750. Dodge automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Dodge Model D-5, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12751. Dodge automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Dodge, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12752. Ford automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Ford Model 48 and 1936 Ford Model 68, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12753. Dodge automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Dodge, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12754. Dodge automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Dodge 7 Passenger, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Dodge, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, fingerprinting on blank verso, else fine; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12755. Ford automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Ford, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12756. Ford automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Ford, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Ford, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12757. Graham automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 and 1936 Graham Models 74, 80, and 80A, and 1937 Model 85, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12758. Graham automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Graham Models 90, 90A, and 110, and 1937 Models 95 and 116, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12759. Graham automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Graham Model 120, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12760. Graham automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Graham, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Graham, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12761. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Hudson Models HHU, HTL, and HUL, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12762. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Hudson Models HT and HU, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12763. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Hudson Model 63, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12764. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Hudson Models 64 and 65, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12765. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Hudson Models 66 and 67, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12766. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Hudson Model 73, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12767. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Hudson Models 74 and 75, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12768. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Hudson Models 76 and 77 and 1938 Hudson Model 87, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12769. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Hudson Model 83, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12770. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Hudson Models 84 and 85, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12771. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Hudson Model 80, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12772. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Hudson Model 92, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12773. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Hudson Model 93, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12774. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Hudson Model 95, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12775. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Hudson Model 97, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12776. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Hudson Model 98, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12777. Hudson automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Hudson Model 112, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12778. LaFayette automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 LaFayette and 1935 LaFayette Model 110, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, LaFayette, La Fayette, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, fingerprinting on blank verso, else fine; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12779. LaFayette automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 LaFayette Model 3610, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, LaFayette, La Fayette, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12780. LaFayette automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 LaFayette, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, LaFayette, La Fayette, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12781. LaSalle automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 and 1936 LaSalle Series 50, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, LaSalle, La Salle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12782. LaSalle automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 LaSalle Series 50 and 1937 Cadillac Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, LaSalle, La Salle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12783. LaSalle automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 LaSalle Series 50 and 1938 Cadillac Series 60, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, LaSalle, La Salle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12784. LaSalle automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 LaSalle Series 50, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, LaSalle, La Salle, Cadillac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12785. Mercury automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Mercury, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Mercury, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Easily the most complex of all frames of the era, with the possible exception of the Chrysler Airflow! Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 12.25

12786. Nash automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Nash Six, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12787. Nash automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Nash Eight, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12788. Nash automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 and 1936 Nash, All 400 Series, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12789. Nash automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Nash 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12790. Nash automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Nash 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12791. Nash LaFayette automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Nash LaFayette, 117" wheelbase, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, LaFayette, La Fayette, Nash LaFayette, Nash La Fayette, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12792. Nash automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Nash Ambassador 6, 121" wheelbase, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12793. Nash automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Nash Ambassador 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Nash, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12794. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Oldsmobile 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12795. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Oldsmobile 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, fingerprinting on blank verso, else fine; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12796. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Oldsmobile 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12797. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Oldsmobile 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12798. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Oldsmobile 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12799. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Oldsmobile 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12800. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Oldsmobile 6 F-39, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12801. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Oldsmobile 6 G-39, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12802. Oldsmobile automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Oldsmobile 8 L-39, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Oldsmobile, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12803. Packard automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Packard Model 120B, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12804. Packard automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Packard Model 120C, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12805. Packard automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Packard 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12806. Packard automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Packard Junior 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12807. Packard automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Packard 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12808. Packard automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Packard Junior 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Packard, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 7.25

12809. Plymouth automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 Plymouth PG and 1935 PJ, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12810. Plymouth automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Plymouth, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12811. Plymouth automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Plymouth Models P-3 and P-4, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12812. Plymouth automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Plymouth Models P-5 and P-6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12813. Plymouth automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Plymouth, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12814. Plymouth automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Plymouth 7 Passenger, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Plymouth, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12815. Pontiac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 and 1936 Pontiac Six, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12816. Pontiac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 and 1936 Pontiac Eight, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12817. Pontiac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 and 1936 Pontiac Deluxe 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12818. Pontiac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Pontiac 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12819. Pontiac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 and 1938 Pontiac 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12820. Pontiac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Pontiac Deluxe 6 and 8, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12821. Pontiac automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Pontiac Quality 6, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Pontiac, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12822. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Studebaker Commander 1-B and President 1-C, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12823. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Studebaker Dictator 2-A with Independent Front Wheel Suspension, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12824. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1935 Studebaker Dictator 1-A, Conventional Front Axle, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12825. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Studebaker President, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12826. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Studebaker Dictator with Planar Front Wheel Suspension, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12827. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Studebaker Dictator with Conventional Axle, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12828. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Studebaker Dictator with Conventional Axle, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12829. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Studebaker Dictator with Planar Front Wheel Suspension, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12830. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1937 Studebaker President, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12831. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Studebaker Commander and 6 Cylinder, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, mousechew at one blank margin, else fine; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12832. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1938 Studebaker President, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, very minor mousechew at one blank margin, else fine; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12833. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Studebaker Commander and 6 Cylinder, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12834. Studebaker automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1939 Studebaker President, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Studebaker, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12835. Terraplane automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 Terraplane Model KU and 1935 Hudson Model GH, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12836. Terraplane automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 Terraplane Models K and K5 and 1935 Terraplane Models G and GU, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12837. Terraplane automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1934 Terraplane Models K and K5 and 1935 Terraplane Models G and GU, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.25

12838. Terraplane automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Terraplane Model 61 Commercial, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 9.75

12839. Terraplane automobiles. Attractive, unusual vintage plate detailing frame of 1936 Terraplane Models 61 and 62, with blueprint-style bird's-eye and full side views of bare chassis, and extensive measurements. 8-1/4 x 11 sheet, with frame drawings and manuscript specifications reverse-printed on one side of porcelain white stock, lithographed in solid reflex blue. Tatham Sales Co., Detroit, Mich., 1939. Transportation, Automobile, Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Antique Automobile, Classic Automobile, Vintage Automobile, Antique Car, Classic Car, Old Car, Vintage Car, Chassis, Frame, Restoration, Body, Body Shop, Collision, Coach, Coach Builder, Coachbuilder, Coachbuilding, Coachbuilt, Custom, Custom Body, Airport Car, Ambulance, Commercial Car, Fire Chief, Fire Chief's Car, Flower Car, Funeral Car, Limousine, Professional Car, Resort Car, Sedan. Privately printed in low numbers at the time, from purpose-made drawings. For exclusive use of custom coachbuilders, automotive engineers, and body shops. Interesting information, not typically found in sales literature, owner's manuals, or lubrication charts. In this period, a number of specialty coachbuilders still flourished, using production cars as the starting points for ambulances, limousines, flower cars, airport and resort service, commercial sedans, fire chief's cars, and a myriad of other custom and novelty models. (Some of the commercial cars had up to twelve doors!) Authoritative frame drawings were the essential first step for such work. Trivial tip wear, else fine, bright and clean, evidently never used; original multi-hole punch where removed from wire binder, collectively titled "Blue Prints of Automotive Frames." Suitable for display. Charts for most other American marques of the 1934-49 era in stock. Representative sample at http://home.earthlink.net/~cohascodpc/Frame_Blueprint_Sample.JPG (bottom of image only, may be cropped by browser). 6.75


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