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    Posted: Aug 09 2019 at 4:28pm
This is the trigger housing from my 1943 Inland.  Is this Inland's mark on the side of the housing?



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Originally posted by BER911 BER911 wrote:

This is the trigger housing from my 1943 Inland.  Is this Inland's mark on the side of the housing?


Yep Bruce, that is the Inland marking.
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Thanks Wayne.

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This is the original Dayton Wright airplane factory. During the Great War General Motors produced airplanes here


Later these buildings became occupied by the Inland division of General Motors.


Note the curvature of the roof and you will see where the Inland logo came from.


These pictures are from our resident Inland employee Ron Dalhamer.
Thanks for sharing Ron.



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Very cool!  Thanks Dan for bringing new meaning to the unique Inland mark. Smile
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