Skeleton Made of Auto Parts Warns Motorist to Oil Up (Nov, 1938)

This looks like a giant prototype for the game Operation.

Skeleton Made of Auto Parts Warns Motorist to Oil Up

In front of a Green Bay, Wis., garage and service station is a startling display— a skeleton made of worn automobile parts. A mechanic, Bill Graunke, conceived the idea and collected old parts that could be assembled in the form of a human skeleton which would stand as a warning to motorists to take care of their cars by proper lubrication.

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