Worn Auto Parts Skeleton Shows Need For Lubrication (Nov, 1938)

Worn Auto Parts Skeleton Shows Need For Lubrication
WORN parts from a discarded automobile mounted on a board to represent a skeleton as a lesson in the need for correct lubrication for automobiles) reminds patrons in a Green Bay, Wisconsin, gas station not to overlook the value of oil and grease in their cars.

3 comments
  1. Toronto says: June 19, 20128:42 am

    Geeze, but that looks like an “Operation” game!

  2. Hirudinea says: June 19, 20123:20 pm

    I don’t think this is anatomically correct. (Just like a Ken doll.)

  3. ckelly10 says: September 25, 20126:53 am

    Toronto: That really does look like a operation game :) Quite a clever concept – I like it. I suppose nowadays however cars don’t need as much lubrication as much as they used to for example like the suspension and steering parts. Just taking your vehicle to get serviced every now and then will make sure your car is in good working order and well lubricated.

    Chris
    a href=”http://www.potteries-fuels.co.uk/lubricants”>http://www.potteries-fu…

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