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Stewart-Warner Auto Accessories
Stewart-Warner Auto Accessories. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1953) Motor Minder. De luxe custom model. Lets you see as you drive how to get more miles per gallon. Gives early warning of engine trouble, of faulty valves, rings, spark plugs, carburetor or timing. (1965) Stewart-Warner Tachometer. It tracks every rpm change instantly, accurately. No lag, no overrun. Three classic dial styles in electrical and mechanical tachometers" New Custom, Standard Black & White, and Twin Blue. The company was founded as Stewart & Clark Company in 1905 by John K. Stewart. Their speedometers were used in the Ford Model T. In 1912 John Stewart joined with Edgar Bassick to make vehicle instruments and horns. Bassick owned Alemite Co and Stewart had bought the Warner Instrument Company, thus the name was changed to Stewart-Warner Corporation. In early 1998 Stewart-Warner Instruments Corporation was sold. Its instruments assets were later bought by Datcon Instrument Company (later renamed to Maxima Technologies), which sells some of its products under the Stewart-Warner brand. Stewart-Warner was a US manufacturer of vehicle instruments (a.k.a. gauges and lubricating equipment) and many other products. Enjoy these vintage ads for Stewart-Warner Auto Accessories while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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