Three of about 11,500 built.
Sunday, March 18, 2018
A reader sent me these pictures a while back, other than the cast "Made in England" and the diamond shape on the front face of this pretty ordinary vise, there are no identifying marks and I've been unable to find who the manufacturer was. Anyone have any ideas?
Saturday, March 17, 2018
The Pontiac Sedan Delivery shared the all steel body of the station wagon in 1949. Delivered only in standard trim- though the white sidewalls don't fit that description- it was the rarest of the models that year. I think it's a well proportioned good looking vehicle.
Friday, March 16, 2018
GM of Canada incorporated Canadian Products Limited in 1920, when they established two big factories in Walker Road, Walkerville, in 1919 but although the company existed it never traded although the Walker Road plant and two nearby 'Fisher Body' Plants became the 'Canadian Products Division' of GM of Canada and then CP Ltd was dissolved by 1933. In addition there was General Motors Products of Canada Limited which was the sales organisation, though they did play a part in the CMP development story from 1936. Canada Motor Products manufactured replacement parts for starting, lighting & ignition. The company had locations in Toronto, Winnipeg and Montreal.