Bells and wheels

13 Nov

Now that the Baker is in the shop, Sean Crimmins had the opportunity to take a closer look underneath the floorboards:

While taking a look  underneath, Sean was able to locate the bell and relay, which was used like a modern day car horn. The anti-slip foot-step with the Baker logo molded in place is made from rubber.

Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum board President, Mike DiGiacomio was at the Aerodrome this weekend helping out at one of our fall volunteer work parties to button up the Aerodrome for the winter.  He also visited the Baker Electric with his family while at the museum.  Here he is with his wife JoAnn and their son Anson, who recently celebrated his first birthday and already loves old aeroplanes and cars…smart kid!

Last photo for today…One of the Baker hubcaps with the Baker logo stamped in place.

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