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16mm film: E FOR EFFICIENCY - 1950 vintage Jam Handy Chevrolet promotional RARE For Sale


16mm film: E FOR EFFICIENCY - 1950 vintage Jam Handy Chevrolet promotional RARE

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16mm film: E FOR EFFICIENCY - 1950 vintage Jam Handy Chevrolet promotional RARE:
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16mm OriginalJam HandyLab Print

"E" FOR EFFICIENCY (1950)

Produced by Jam Handy for the Chevrolet Division of General Motors

OK... we found another one in the vaults... Here is some awesome automobile advertising offered up for offer... Produced in 1950 by the Jam Handy Organization for Chevrolet Motors, "E For Efficiency" shows how Chevy engines are serving in various roles. The film proudly points to the American system of transportation as the best in the world, and shows how the components of the system -- air, water, land -- are all linked by their engines. In the film ittouts the efficiency of Chevrolet’s valve-in-head engine. This type of engine is only found in Chevrolets when it comes to sedans, such as the 1949 or 1950 Chevrolet Styleline...The film begins with an animation to briefly explain the general idea of efficiency. Continuing with animation, the film looks at a simplified model of the valve-in-head engine and how it maximizes power and fuel economy, piston strokes, and heat loss. It compares the efficiency of the valve-in-head model to the L-head type. Part of the success of Chevrolet’s engine is making the pistons and cylinder block from the same cast alloy...The film shows how Chevrolet’s valve-in-head engine has perfected engine lubrication by lubricating cylinder walls and bearings. Chevrolet isn’t the only company to utilize the valve-in-head type: some of the fastest race cars in the world use it, as well as airliners, like Eastern Air Lines and what appears to be its Douglas DC-4 jet... The film concludes by showing several Chevrolet models with the valve-in-head engines, including what appears to be a 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe and a 1950 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible... how exciting...

PLUS it comes in it's original can... as shown in the photos....

A slice of time gone by,never to return again....

Not many of these EVER turn up very often... so good luck and happy offerding...

This would make an EXCELLENT addition to any film fan's collection...

This is NOT a dupe...it's the bonafide ORIGINAL print...

About the print:

b/w sound film print.... about9 minutes long...NOT on a reel or core... just the film itself rolled up...NO vinegar smell and is NOT nitrate!

Condition: great... The film runsnicely...This print contains some minor random jumps at various times...incredible BOOMING sound... sold AS-IS!!!!


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