How Powel Crosley Jr. Got His Start -10
- by Michael A. Banks
Sears Roebuck also picked up another Crosley invention, a steering aid for the Model T called the Lit'l Shofur.
The Lit'l Shofur was brilliant in its simplicity. It was basically a flat spring that connected the Model T's front frame rail to its steering tie. When a car equipped with the device hit a chuckhole, the spring pulled the wheels back to a straight path.
Next: Powel Crosley makes his fourth try at car-building/ the flag-holder.
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The opposite of bravery is not cowardice, but conformity. Robert Anthony