Page:Popular Science Monthly Volume 90.djvu/103

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���Above: A finger signal light which secures its current from the main headlights. The driver uses it to signal to fol- lowing vehicles when he wants to stop or turn

���At right: An eye- glass wind shield which may be ad- justed to any angle desired. It is as strong as a liner's porthole, which it resembles somewhat

��At left : A vibration- proof clock encased in hard rubber. It is attached to the dashboard. A recent invention consists of a clock in a rub- ber case attached to the steering wheel

��At right: The easiest riding seat a baby ever had. The bas- ket is suspended by a strap and springs attached to the rear cover rib of the car

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