Michael J Suman, Russell L Clark, Richard M Ferrell: Reflective display at infinity. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, November 21, 1995: US05469298 (377 worldwide citation)

A vehicle includes a mirror mounted near the roof for reflecting an image generated by a display source. The display source and mirror are shaped and positioned to provide a virtual image of the image generated by the display source which is focused at infinity.

Jay M Frankhouse, Ryan S Anair, Michael B Vanden Elzen, Russell L Clark: Vanity console. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, August 17, 1999: US05940120 (282 worldwide citation)

A vanity console is provided with a housing having a mirror mounted therein made of a material providing both reflectivity and transmissivity characteristics. A source of illumination such as a peripheral fluorescent tube extends behind the outer periphery of the mirror and directs light through the ...

Russell L Clark, David E Nestell: Magnetic sensor mounting system. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, March 19, 1985: US04505054 (61 worldwide citation)

Mounting structure for a flux-gate sensor used in electrical digital compass for a vehicle includes a cradle assembly for pivotally mounting the sensor for adjustable movement in a vertical plane aligned with the longitudinal axis of a vehicle. A housing includes an arm engaging the cradle assembly ...

Russell L Clark: Temperature compensated rotary damper. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, May 18, 1993: US05211267 (49 worldwide citation)

A temperature compensated fluid filled damper is provided which in a preferred embodiment is a rotary damper which includes a housing for receiving a rotor having a surface for engaging a viscous fluid sealed within the housing. The housing includes a temperature compensating member positioned adjac ...

Russell L Clark: Adjustable visor. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, May 15, 1990: US04925233 (39 worldwide citation)

A visor includes a visor control for coupling the visor panel to the visor pivot rod for slidable movement along the pivot rod and for snap-up storage of the visor on the pivot rod against the vehicle headliner. In the preferred embodiment, the visor control includes a torque control fixed to the vi ...

Michael J Suman, Stewart D Reed, Dale J Frye, Russell L Clark: Universal vehicle accessory mounting system. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, January 19, 1993: US05180089 (33 worldwide citation)

A universal connector mechanically couples any one or more of a variety of accessories to a vehicle. The universal connector comprises a first mounting member, which can extend along a section of a vehicle such as a door panel, instrument panel or the like and can be mounted in recessed relationship ...

Michael J Suman, Kim L Van Order, Russell L Clark, Ted W Haan: Headrest control. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, July 15, 1986: US04600240 (32 worldwide citation)

A headrest includes a unidirectional clutch permitting adjustment of the headrest from a reference position to any desired selected position and resists motion in a rearward direction except upon release of the clutch. In one embodiment of the invention, a spring return mechanism is provided to auto ...

Michael J Suman, Russell L Clark: Visor pivot mount. Prince Corporation, Prince Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, July 16, 1985: US04529157 (29 worldwide citation)

A visor mounting structure includes a visor rod having a locking member secured to the rod to provide a predetermined rotational torque between the rod and the locking member. The locking member includes tabs extending outwardly for engaging one side of the sheet metal roof of a vehicle when install ...

Jay M Frankhouse, Russell L Clark, Michael B Vanden Elzen, R Scott Anair, Chester R Wisniewski: Track visor. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, July 23, 1996: US05538310 (27 worldwide citation)

A sliding visor includes a visor body with a slide extending within a track extending along the upper edge of the door frame and downwardly into the A-pillar. A storage pocket located at the end of the track receives the visor body for the unobtrusive storage of the visor when not in use. In an alte ...

Wesley D Mersman, Russell L Clark: Pivoted slide-out visor panel. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, February 5, 1991: US04989910 (27 worldwide citation)

A visor system includes a visor panel which is concealed in a vehicle headliner and can be extended from the headliner and pivoted downwardly to an adjusted use position. The visor includes an auxiliary pivoted panel which as the visor is extended from its stored position, pivots outwardly to provid ...

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