Heavily Armored Police Car Is Immune To Bandit Bullets (May, 1935)

Heavily Armored Police Car Is Immune To Bandit Bullets

IT WOULD take the most daring bandit in the world to put a bullet through the new armored car built by an American manufacturer for police work in a foreign country— for in doing so, he would have to let the auto run over him and shoot up through the floorboards. In other words, the automobile is entirely bullet-proof.

The whole body is covered with a sheet of bullet-proof steel; the windows are of inch-thick, shatter-proof glass with rubber lined gun ports on the front, sides and rear.

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  1. [...] Of course, not all of the website’s dedicated to car stuff – most of it’s vintage nerderrific ads and other sundry articles, but every now and then, they reproduce something like the Heavily Armored Police Car from 1935, the auto-engined 300 mph motorcycle, the You Drive a MILLION DOLLAR Automobile article, the SKOOT-MOBILE ad or the prediction of a bubbletop windshield from 1939. [...]

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