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From Cars to Planes and Back Again, Part Five

The prior installments of this series about car companies that have also produced aircraft looked at divisions of GM and Ford. This latest article explores Nash-Kelvinator, the corporate entity that was the result of the merger of the venerable Nash automotive company and the appliance maker Kelvinator and which later became American Motors.

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From Cars to Planes and Back Again Four

Ford Motor Company’s monumental effort that resulted in its completion and delivery of a record number of B-24 bombers during World War II (WW II), along with their pre-war history as a builder of the legendary Tri-Motor airliner, has resulted in its being the most recognized car company that also produced aircraft.

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We’ll Take Manhattan

The New York International Auto Show dates back to 1900, when it first took place at the original Madison Square Garden, and in a city that is notoriously not car-friendly the annual exhibition of automobiles continues to thrive in Manhattan’s newly-expanded Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

The show opened on April 15 this year and the two press days that precede the ten-day show have long been a must-do for members of the team. This year was no different.

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