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Nash-Kelvinator Propeller Division
Nash-Kelvinator Propeller Division. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1944) Nash-Kelvinator Aircraft Engines. Here at Nash-Kelvinator we're building Pratt & Whitney engines for the Navy's Vought Corsairs and Grumman Hellcats... Hamilton Standard propellers for United Nations bombers... governors, binoculars, parts for ships, jeeps, tanks and trucks... readying production lines for Sikorsky helicopters. All of us devoted to winning this war... to speeding the peace when our men will come back to their jobs and homes and even better futures than they had before... to the day when together we'll build an even finer Kelvinator, an even better Nash! Artist: Fred Ludekens. Between 1939 and 1945, the complete manufacturing facilities of the factories' group was turned over to the manufacturing of military supplies. In England, Kelvinator of London contributed to the field of testing airplane components at ultra-low temperatures, and instruments under high altitude conditions, research that was credited as saving the lives of many Allied aircrews. The company pledged to introduce the scientific discoveries gained during the war production into its appliances to make them more useful and efficient. On January 4, 1937, the company merged with Nash Motors to form Nash-Kelvinator Corporation as part of a deal that placed George W. Mason at the helm of the combined company. Enjoy these vintage ads for Nash-Kelvinator Propeller Division while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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