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' Patented Feb. 8, 1938
4 Haskell Irwin, Oklahoma City, Okl?.
Application May-19, 1936, Serial No. 80,623
(Ci. 'zo-264›
This invention relates to multiple locking
rack bar, said bolts will be projected outwardly,
Vsliding through guide openings I 8 of the post M
and entering keepers Is of'the front and re'ar
means for automobile doors of the character'of
that shown in my co-pending application
66,097, ?led _February 27, 1936, now matured into
5 Pat, No. 2,079,018, dated May`4, 1937,'
The object 'of the invention is to provide a very
simple and inexpensive means through the me
doors at one side of the car-body.
A Bowden or other type of ?exible wire 20 is 5
connected to the upper end of the rack bar and
its sheath is, suitably supported along a top bow
2| of the car body. At the far side of the car,
the said wire is attached to a block 12-, which
dium of which all of the doors of an automobile
maybe simultaneously locked or unlocked un
10 der control of a single manually operable mem „ corresponds to the block I! in that it has a pair 10
ber, such as a key, for example.
of curved bolts Il' plvotally connected thereto,
which bolts lie in crossed relation to each other,
as shown; and the free ends of_ which enter
keepers IS" oi' the front and rear doors at said
It is a further object of the invention to pro
vide a device of this character which cannot
readily be unlocked from the interior of the car
vbody, so that even if a thief should break a win
dow and get access to the interior of a car;
far side'of the car body.
However, it will be observed that whereas the
i. he could not reach in and unlock the car doors. curved bolts are .at. the u'pper side ofthe block
Further objects and advantages of the invention _ !2 they are at the lower side of the block ?z?,
will be set forth '?n the detailed description which so that they will function upon downward move
'20 now follows.
ment of said block. By virtue of this arrange- 20
In the accompanying drawing:
ment, the looks upon one side of the carbody
Figure 1 is a fragmentary perspective view of
an automobile body having the device of the
function _upon a downward movement of the_
rack bar at the 'same time that the bolts, upon
the opposite side are functioning upon upward
present invention applied thereto;
25 I › Fig. 2 is a transverse sectional view of the auto
mobile body illustrating one of- its top bows and v
the looking means associated therewith;
Fig. 3 'is a transverse sectional view illustrating
the looking means at one side of the car body;
Fig. a like view illustrating the 'looking
means at the opposite side of the car body, and
Fig. 5 is_ a detail view of the lock controlled
movement of said rack bar.
In other words, when the rack bar moves
downwardly and-block 12. is thrust down'wardly,
the bolts I" will be withdrawn from the keepers
!9. This same movement will cause the rack bar
to draw upon the_'Bowden wire 20 and elevate 30
block ?z?. .It is clear that this will result in
withdrawing bolts I'I' from the keepers.
pinion, hereinafter described›
` Reverse movement of. the rack bar will result
Like numerals designate corresponding parts in simultaneously looking the doors upon both
' sides _ot the car body. Thus I am able to dis- 35
_' In the particular form of the inventionwhich pense with all rotative connections between the
- I have chosen for purposes of illustration, 'a pinion 8 and the mechanism uponthe far side ~
conv'entional form of key controlled cylinder lock_ of the _car body and accompllsh all necessary
6 carries upon the inner end of its rotative part'
40 1, a spur gear 8. Partia] rotation of the gear
occurs when the key (not shown) is turned in
The gear meshes with the teeth 9 .of a vertical
rack bar III.- The lower end of this rack bar is
looking _movement by a mere end thrust of the
transverse connecting member.
limited to_ the precise arrangement shown, but
that it includes within its purview whatever
changes fairly come within either the terms or
connected, through the medium of a `connecting ` the spirit of the appended claim.
rod or cable l-l, witha block !2. 'mie rack bar
and block are movable ~vertically in a hollow
portion i! of the meeting post ll, 'which con
In a locking mechanis'm for automobilesof the
stitutes a part of the car fram'e and isthe'mem
50 ber against which the free edges of' the front
doors !5 and rear doors IS. abut when said doors
The block_ |2 has two curved bolts l'l pivotally'
connected thereto in such manner that as the
I › .
- It is to be understood that the inventionis not
block is drawn upwardly by the movement of the
, type having a pair of meeting posts and pairsof
.doors which abut upon said posts at each side of _50
the car body, a'locking mechanism'comprising a
pair of' verticall'y slidable blocks, one at each
side of the car body and located in ,said posts,
an endwise movable ?exible' member ' engaged
with~said blocks, key controlled means_ for shift- 55
ing said member endwise in such manner that one paircurving downwardly and outwardly be?
when the member is shifted 'one of said blocks neath their supporting blocks and the bolts of
will beelevated and the other will be lowered, v the other pair curving_ upwardly _and outwardly
a pair of curved volta pivotally connected .to of their supporting blocks, as and *for the pur-?v
each of said blocks, the bolts of the pairs lying poses set forth.
in cr'ossed relation to each other, the bolts of
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