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1954 Dodge Station wagon with push button shifter.  The Dart had this feature also.

oxmoorchrysler: “ Which two 1954 Dodge models offered this push button shifter?

1954 Mercury dashboard.

Close up detail of the 1954 Mercury Monterey dashboard

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Interior details on a custom Chrysler Imperial. In the mid Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, and de Soto all had push button automatic transmissions.

My aunt's car was like this!

1959 Plymouth Belvedere — Push-Button Transmission We had one of these cars. I used to love to watch daddy push the buttons!

1956 Chevrolet Trucks Ad.

New 1956 Chevrolet Task-Force Trucks .

dodge dart slant6 no engine compares..

dodge dart with slant 6 -- no engine compares

Pushbutton transmission shifting.

Plymouth, Savoy, Max Wedge Maintenance/restoration of old/vintage…

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1952 Pontiac Maintenance of old vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce

1955 DeSoto Firedome station wagon

1955 DeSoto Firedome station wagon Appreciated by Motorheads Performance

55 Dodge Royal Lancer

55 Dodge Royal Lancer

'60 Cheby

'60 Cheby

Checker Taxicab, 1952-1986 More people use mass transit in New York than in any other American city. But no other city is so dependent on taxis. From 1952 to 1986, Checker Motors in Kalamazoo, Mich., manufactured the A8/Marathon. Thousands of the bulky cabs clogged New York’s streets. They came in all colors until 1970, after city officials required in the 1960s that taxis be painted yellow. During the Depression, when drivers outnumbered  read more

A History of New York in 50 Objects

The history of the taxi industry: this article recounts the advances in the cab industry since

Our 64 Wagon!

Our 64 Wagon!

62 Rambler

1962 Rambler with push button gear shift Ahhhhhhh gotta love that stearing wheel.

1960 Pontiac Catalina Safari Station Wagon

1960 Pontiac Catalina Safari Station Wagon

1960 Rambler with left-handed, push-button, gear shifting.

push button transmission - I had this in my first car - 1964 Plymouth Belvedere

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