Who was the Time magazine of the year 1952?

Who was the Time magazine of the year 1952?

Mohammed Mossadeg, Man of the Year | Jan. 7, 1952.

Is there an online version of Time magazine?

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Are any old Time magazines worth anything?

Most any older periodicals can have some value depending on how many people want it. As an example, to those who gather sports memorabilia, finding a copy of the first Sports Illustrated magazine published in 1954 can be a real treasure. They easily retail for thousands in excellent to mint condition.

How many Pontiac Chieftains were made in 1952?

In 1952, Pontiac was number five in the sales race with 277,156 cars built. An examination of the mechanicals and other ins and outs of these cars shows that, just as these Chieftains were solid, reliable cars in their day, they’ve remained so through to the present.

What kind of clock did the Pontiac Chieftain have?

Dual-range Hydra-Matic was a favored Pontiac option. Clock, residing in a big, round speaker grille, highlights the strong all-metal dash.

When did power brakes come out on the Pontiac Chieftain?

The system can be somewhat tricky to work on, especially when bleeding the brakes, since the master cylinder is mounted under the floorboards. Power brakes were not offered until 1954; a retrofit kit was available from Pontiac for dealer installation on the 1953 models, if desired.

What kind of oil did the Pontiac Chieftain use?

The recommended oil in the 1953-’54 models was 20W-20, which is still available today. TRANSMISSIONS A three-speed column-shifted Muncie manual transmission served as the standard unit in all three model years.