Here's an exhaust powered heater register for the passengers in the back seat. Notice the asbestos gasket used to seal the unit.
Here's a photo of one in the back seat of a Packard phaeton that was at the McPherson car show yesterday. I can't say I ever saw one before.
Jay, you continually amaze me. I haven't even seen an advertisement for one of those, let alone an original. Of course, that can be said for most of your treasures! Keep 'em coming! Dave
A friend builds masonry heaters for houses and has offered me a chunk of soapstone to make a heater. He literally has a ton of it lying around. He said in the horse and buggy days, soapstone was heated in a fireplace, wrapped in cloth, and used as a heater. Anybody ever try this for a T?
HEY! That's cool!!!