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06 Feb 2008 00:04 #9429 by balinwire
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A hearty digital handshake to anyone who can ID these suspects and any interesting dealings you may have had with them.

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06 Feb 2008 01:15 #9431 by RandyEma
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Hello Without pulling the file and identifying the captions I would say you have the boys at Dallas Winslows A>C>D> co of Auburn Indiana the early 1950s. Randy

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06 Feb 2008 02:16 #9433 by DJT
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Not sure who they are... but the many times I've walked the halls of the ACD Museum alone after the museum has closed; I'd say they could be ghosts. <!-- s:shock: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_eek.gif" alt=":shock:" title="Shocked" /><!-- s:shock: -->

As a dealing with them....

Al Leamy's light came on one night as Matt Short and I were standing outside after turning off all the lights in the building.

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06 Feb 2008 15:34 #9439 by balinwire
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Good going Randy! ID correct, now without looking, what was the supervisors name and the tailors, etc. These guys names should be as well known as Buehrig, Cord and Jenkins. There should be a walk of fame in front of the ACD museum with there names in marble club logos.

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06 Feb 2008 15:55 #9440 by Bill Hummel
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Why?

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06 Feb 2008 16:05 #9442 by balinwire
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Why? There were many that contributed to the manufacture, but if these men had not been where they were there, would not be nearly as many survivors as there are today. They would rebuild Speedsters and Blown 812 Cords at the rate of 10-12 a year. They could supply parts for an ailing car. They rebuilt 60-70 engines a month at $310. They were forgotten except for Dallas Winslow.
I was hoping someone was on the repair floor during that time, they would be 70+ years or more in 2008 as this was 50 years ago.

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