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Griffin Henry W: Motor vehicle window molding. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, December 3, 1974: US3851432 (39 worldwide citation)

A molding for concealing the juncture between a flanged window opening defined by flanges of body members and a window glass adhesively secured to the flanges defining the body opening. The molding is a plastic extrusion having a decorative trim portion which bridges the space between the edge of th ...


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Hathaway John G: Grommet sealing arrangement. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, January 29, 1974: US3788655 (21 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for sealing an apertured panel through which a member is inserted utilizes a grommet of a generally flexible material. An annular edge of the panel defines the aperture and the member has an annular outer surface received in spaced relationship to the annular edge of the panel after i ...


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Kramer Friedhelm, Brunk Klaus: Energy-absorbing vehicle body end structure. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, September 30, 1975: US3909058 (19 worldwide citation)

Elongated hollow structural energy-absorbing parts lying in a fore-and-aft direction are disposed closely adjacent and parallel on the engine hood or luggage compartment lid, and on the body, so that under impact conditions these parts collapse in associated manner, so that the hood or lid contribut ...


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Rudaitis Edward J, Ulrich Lowell Ray: Vehicle hood retention device. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, July 8, 1975: US3893207 (17 worldwide citation)

A retention device for retaining the rear corners of a vehicle hood which is hinged to the body at its rear corners. The hood retention device includes a pin extending upwardly and forwardly from a body bracket at the rear corner of the hood opening so as to be received within an aperture of a hood ...


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Podolan Edward G: Vehicle window stabilizing mechanism. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, March 4, 1975: US3868788 (12 worldwide citation)

A stabilizing mechanism for a vehicle body window includes a stabilizer bracket non-rotatably attached to the lower edge portion of the window panel and a stabilizer stop adjustably attached to a body panel. The lower edge portion of the stabilizer bracket is reversely bent to provide a retrorse fla ...


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Nantau Wayne E: Retractable roof closure. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, October 7, 1975: US3910628 (6 worldwide citation)

A retractable roof closure for a vehicle body having a windshield header spaced from a fixed rear roof panel to provide an unobstructed roof opening. A body reinforcement bar includes vertical legs which parallel the roof pillars of the roof panel and a base which extends transversely of the body in ...


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Johns Harold W: Garment hook and garnish molding retainer. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, November 5, 1974: US3845890 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a garment hook having an integral retainer for attaching a garnish molding to the vehicle body. The garment hook has a body portion which extends through a rectangular opening in the garnish molding and into engagement with a vehicle body panel. A central aperture in the body ...


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Krom Lynn C, Milton Thomas J: Key indicating switch. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, April 2, 1974: US3801756 (1 worldwide citation)

The casing of a lock assembly has a slot which slidably receives and radially restrains a dielectric housing. Laterally spaced upstanding electrical contacts are mounted in the housing. A switch arm pivotally mounted in the housing carries a contact pin movable between a normal open position and a c ...