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A Henney Story

A Henney Story By Louis C. Farah With Special thanks to Thomas A. McPherson. The Henney Motor Company started life as a carriage and buggy builder in the late 1800’s. As the automobile began to take shape in the early part of the 20th Century, the company operated as the John W. Henney Company. Their…

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Its supposed to be Fun!

It’s supposed to be fun people! The Professional Car Hobby has fought an uphill battle since it began. The cars we love and admire are usually looked at by the masses as strange, morbid, or just plain creepy most times. Our vehicles are curiosities at the best of times and a reminder of traumatic times…

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History: Vintage Medical Devices

Did Those Old Medical Devices Really Work? by Louis Farah Many years ago I attended a Los Angeles County paramedic update class. These are a part of my yearly continuing education that introduces new medical procedures for field use and/or any changes to county protocols. Sitting with a bunch of old salts like myself that…

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Technical Info: Proper Wire Selection

Proper Wire Selection. By: Kevin O’Connell, B&M Siren Here’s a scenario that is all too often repeated: I get a phone call from a perplexed person; “I just put a beacon on my ambulance, and it hardly turns!” “The bulbs are dim, aren’t they?” I ask. “Yeah, the bulbs are really dim! What’s wrong?” Or,…

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