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More Wild About Whirlwinds

November 24th, 2010 Comments Off on More Wild About Whirlwinds

They were years of hard work, 1946 to 1956. Charley Wingo, Ed Hewitt and Charles Abramo transformed the remains of Allied Aviation into Molded Products, Inc. They moved all the equipment 3 times, put 35 friends and family to work, built pontoon bridges, medical boxes, air rescue boats, canoes that weighed 37 pounds, small sailboats in fleets, for the Navy, larger 24’ sailboats for Luders, in Mass. and Navy lifeboats.

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Old Time World News

November 23rd, 2010 Comments Off on Old Time World News

Winter is for restoration work and getting ready for spring and summer fun. Quite a few new customers have found projects to fill their indoor hours with fascinating challenges. Last fall our 60 Chrysler went to Denver, Colorado and a`60 comet went to Long Island, New York. Last summer, Stephen Rossoff, the carpenter off Sophie, Greta Van Sustren’s fabulous Trumpy Yacht, decided to take on the restoration of our 1939 Chris Craft 17’ standard utility. This model was a favorite

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Wild About Whirlwinds

November 23rd, 2010 Comments Off on Wild About Whirlwinds

It is November of 1945 and the war is over. The United States Navy decides it no longer wants the molded plywood glider airplanes, being made on the assembly line at Allied Aviation, in Dundalk, MD. The managent and workers stand, looking at the five finished and tested ones they had made and the fifteen more along the way. No further money will be available for operations, now; not even severance pay or rent on the big building.  They decide

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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

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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

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