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Fritz demanded that his WC Testimony be re-written before he would sign it784 views
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Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine Customization, Testing Adjustable Hydraulic Seat, 1961562 viewsThe Hess & Eisenhardt Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, transformed a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible into the presidential limousine. Among the unique modifications was a hydraulic lift installed on the rear seat. At the touch of a button, the president could raise the seat 10 1/2 inches to make himself and his passengers more visible to crowds watching the limousine pass.
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Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine Customization, Chassis Testing on a Jig, 1961551 viewsThe Hess & Eisenhardt Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, transformed a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible into the presidential limousine. The firm stretched the car by 3 1/2 feet, added steps for Secret Service agents, and installed a siren, flashing lights, and other special accessories. The customization took approximately six months and the car arrived at the White House in June 1961.
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1444 viewsNewspaper article from the Dallas Times Herald titled "Another Kennedy Assassin?" The article states that Ricky Don White has revealed that his father was the one who assassinated President Kennedy in November of 1963. A second article is titled "Experts: Latest JFK claim 'fairy tale.'"
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Ballistics Test on Glass Used for the 1961 Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine "Quick Fix," 1964637 viewsAfter President John F. Kennedy's assassination on November 22, 1963, the Hess & Eisenhardt Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, rebuilt the 1961 Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine into an armored car. The most obvious change was the addition of a permanent top. The bullet-resistant windows, produced by Pittsburgh Plate Glass, included up to five layers of glass sandwiched with polycarbonate vinyl.
 
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