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Pettingell’s long-lost custom bodies | Hemmings Daily In the 1920s and 1930s, every self-respecting American coachbuilder and autobody manufacturer used metal-forming tools made by Pettingell. The Pettingell Machine Co. of Amesbury, Massachusetts, supplied large power hammers, bead formers, metal rollers and panel trimmers to customers like Fisher Body, Briggs, Murray, Biddle & Smart, Judkins, Fleetwood, Locke and Derham. Click on link above to read more.
Pettingell’s long-lost custom bodies | Hemmings Daily