Some articles on side windows, windows, window:
... The first batch had side windows on the driver's cab and cylindrical or funnel-shaped chimneys ... illustration of ORLANDO DI LASSO) lost the side windows again ... delivered in 1871, were peat-fired with funnel smokestacks and no side windows and rounded corners to the cabs ...
... design had a windscreen (and matching rear windows) of the same height as the side windows ... windscreen, rectangular headlights and a flat rear window ... The Dominant III had shallow, parallelogram-shaped side windows ...
... Packard introduced the first power windows (along with automotive air-conditioning systems) in the 1940 Packard 180 series ... In 1941, the Ford Motor Company followed quickly with power windows on the Lincoln Custom (only the limousine and seven-passenger sedans) ... Cadillac had a straight-electric divider window (but not side windows) on their series 75 limousines immediately prior to World War II ...
Famous quotes containing the words windows and/or side:
“But let my due feet never fail
To walk the studious cloisters pale,
And love the high embowed roof,
With antic pillars massy proof,
And storied windows richly dight,
Casting a dim, religious light.”
—John Milton (16081674)
“Joyce for all his devotion to his art, terrible in its austerity, was a lad born with a song on one side of him, a dance on the othertwo gay guardian angels every human ought to have.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)