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Steering Device for Automobiles (Patent No: 214707)

Inventor: Bowers, Roy L.

Location: Picture Butte

Comments: N/A

Description: Roy L. Bowers and Erwin P. Kane, co-inventors, both of Picture Butte, Alberta, Canada, 20th December, 1921. Filed 5th February, 1920. Receipt No. 322,329.

Claim.—In combination with an automobile of steering mechanism of the character described, comprising a shaft in co-operation with the steering column of the said automobile, an auxiliary collar positioned on the upper terminal of the said steering column, a pinion on the upper terminal of the said shaft, a slidable rack positioned in a casing and meshing with said pinion, a handle on the said rack, a bracket integral with the said casing for attachment to the dashboard of the said automobile, substantially as described.

Claim allowed, 1.


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