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Archive for November, 2010

Howard Percival Johnson and His Old Time World by Allison Blake

November 20th, 2010 Comments Off on Howard Percival Johnson and His Old Time World by Allison Blake

Howard Percival Johnson Jr. stood at the end of his stunningly well-organized workbench holding a Chock Full of Nuts coffee can labeled “knobs.” Knobs of every description spilled forth: an old MG stick shift knob, a chrome button of indeterminate origin, and a white plastic knob scavenged from an old fan. After all, when you restore old mechanical stuff for a living, you never know when a spare knob might come in handy. Attention to detail is one skill Johnson


Why We Love Our Lymans

November 19th, 2010 Comments Off on Why We Love Our Lymans

by Howard Percival Johnson It must be the rich blend of aromas that are released when the cover is first removed. Or the way the mahogany and paint comes alive when lighted by the sun. It could be the way the curves of the sheer, the line of the bow or the lapstrake sides just take your eye and move it along. It’s almost in motion, while sitting still. You never tire of looking at it. There are memories of


The Story of Outboard Man

November 19th, 2010 Comments Off on The Story of Outboard Man

It all started when a few of our members, who were going to buy a Hickman Sea Sled, decided to find their way through the back roads of Pennsylvania without using the interstate. The trip was very scenic and quaint at first but after interminable hours of steep hills and sharp curves they became very tired and finally stopped at a tiny town with a bar and grille, for some refreshment. The bartender, who was not used to people from


The New Packard

November 19th, 2010 Comments Off on The New Packard

by Howard P. Johnson Jr. This summer I had the good fortune to be able to buy a nice original 1950 Packard Eight, 4 door sedan. The car came at an especially busy time and although I looked it over carefully, there was more to it than I could see. One evening I was tired from work and decided to go out and sit in the new car. I rolled back the big garage door and admired the luxurious curves


Why We Love Our Packards

November 18th, 2010 Comments Off on Why We Love Our Packards

It’s the proud, grand styling of the big thirties models, that makes everyone stand up and take notice, saying, this is the finest automobile ever made. The fabulous grill, hood, and fender lines that just take your eye and move it along; it says power, speed, distinction, and wealth. Those fantastic contours, the robust shape of every body part, and the harmonious way they all fit together. It’s the dazzling wheels and tires, the outstanding chassis engineering, the massive running

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