Private Varnish, 135 (July 2012)

Regular price $7.50

    40 pages
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      Requiescat in Pace: Dean McCormick Jr., Fred M. Springer, and Peter Tilp


      Chapel Hill; Kitchi Gammi Club, Warrior Club, Warrior Ridge, Pennsylvania 120; Evelyn Henry; Warren R. Henry; Wenonah; Nahamis; Lake Pepin; Franklin Inn; Braddock Inn; NYC No. 38; Scenic View SLRG 511; Cedar Rapids


      Chapter 2: The Shakedown Cruise  by Tom Coughlin.
      After the rebuilding of the car was completed, the next step was the shakedown cruise. Bob Willett's of the Lancaster & Chester Company accompanied owners Jeannie and Kevin Moore on the Berlin's first trip. Traveling from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Miami, Florida, gave all the on-board systems a good workout. Author Tom Coughlin was amongst the ten passengers on board. His narrative is informational and informative. There are quite a few great photographs accompanying this article.

      Gettin The Hot Box Blues by Burt Hermey.
      The hot box blues are easy enough to get. How to get rid of them is the subject of this step-by-step photo essay. Silver Rapids's Burt Hermey and photographer David Brown teamed up to produce an insightful look at a private car owner's nightmare.

      AAPRCO Mid-Year Member Meeting in Miami, Florida, April 2012  by Tom Lanahan.
      The Association Secretary's abridged account accompanies photos from the event in Florida.
      Also includes photographs of Amtrak's new Hialeah Mechanical PMF building.


      Climax Cocktail Smokers by Rudy Morgenfruh.
      Filled with photos, descriptions and history of these ubiquitous salon fixtures. Includes historical Pullman photography from the William F. Howse Jr collection.

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      BOB WILLETTS of LANCASTER & CHESTER COMPANY highlights their projects on the Berlin, Wisconsin, Cannon Ball, Dearing, Poplar Summit, Hollywood Beach, Golden Tower and the J. Pinckney Henderson.

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