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  • Description: Fenders
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    • Auto Testing

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    • Nation's First-Intended to show the rigid interior bracing and such features as the working mechanism of the no draft ventilation system employed in the "unisteel" turret top body by Fisher, the first transparent motor car ever constructed in the...
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1932]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Looking back at 1931; A marvel of economical operation; George Washington prints; A few transparent Cellophane jokes in cartoons and stories; Now you can spray the fenders; Scenic highways in the Colorado Rockies; The Venturafin...
    • Lincoln Zephyr

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    • Introduced in 1935, the Lincoln Zephyr was a product of the new styling department organized by Edsel Ford. Its sleek design, highlighted by a wedge shaped grille, headlights that blended into the fenders and virtual elimination of running boards,...
    • Post war custom coupe

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    • The 1949 model Ford was Ford Motor Companys first significant post WWII car. From a styling standpoint, its smooth sides paved the way for total integration of fenders and body. From a sales standpoint, the car gave the company momentum to recover...
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1920]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Paint industry; Farming;
    • Table of Contents: Business situation; Hunting the man-eater; Washing pay dirt; Magic of coal tar; Topcoat for your car; Defending the fenders; Ivory Pyralin production increased;
    • DuPont Magazine [February-March 1951]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Television industry; Textile industry; Railroad car industry; Plastics industry; Nylon;
    • Table of Contents: What's in a name; They get in your hair; New explosives for oil men; Detective story; The vanishing taboo; Television is changing your life; Something new in rugs; The product nobody wanted; Useful urea; Boon for fabrics; Better...

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