Episode 8 – History of the Diner
On this installment Kendra and Autumn discuss the history of diners and the role they played in American culture. The ladies also touch on our 1938 Fegely’s Reading Diner – a Museum staple.
Episode 7 – Henry Ford and the Assembly Line
Was Henry Ford the first to use the assembly line? Find out on this episode of Bumper to Bumper! You can see the antique automobile Gods shine down on us about halfway through.
Episode 6 – You’ve Got a Friend in PA
On this episode Kendra and Autumn touch on the history of license plates, specifically Pennsylvania porcelains! Did you know Pennsylvania had two leading porcelain license plate manufacturers?! You’ve got a friend in PA! *EDIT* Since airing this video we have discovered (thanks to our wonderful listeners) the meaning of the metal strip/stars. The silver strip indicates that this is a truck license plate. The stars represent how many tons the truck weighs. One star = one ton. You really DO learn something new every day. Thanks for the support! Please subscribe to our YouTube channel!
Episode 5 – Eat My Dust; Women at the Wheel
We hope you enjoy our fifth episode of Bumper to Bumper! This time, Kendra and Autumn discuss women who were pioneers of the automobile industry, while it was still in its infancy. Watch out- women are at the wheel!
Episode 4 – Duryea: The Car with the Funny Name
On this episode of Bumper to Bumper Kendra and Autumn discuss Duryeas. What and who IS a Duryea… and how the heck do you pronounce it?! Volume up on this one- it is a bit low. Sorry- still learning!
Episode 3 – Books on Wheels
On this third installment of Bumper to Bumper, Kendra and Autumn discuss books on wheels and the history of libraries. Did you know the Boyertown Auto Body Works built bookmobiles?!
Episode 2 – Christmas in July
On this episode Kendra and Autumn discuss the history of snow travel in the United States, as well as local PA sleigh builders! It’s Christmas in July!
Episode 1 – The Sundowner
Our first episode touches on the history of camping and how the Boyertown Auto Body Works helped propel campers from primitive to luxurious!