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Aug. 30, 1938.
w. L. ,MORRISON
2,128,260
DOOR FOR AUTOMOBILES
Filed June 30, 1935
3 Sheets-Sheet l
Aug. 30, 1938.
W. l.; MORRISON
2,128,260
v DOOR FOR AUTOMOBILES
Filed June 5o, 1953
5 Sheets-Sheet 2
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Aug. 30, 1938.
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DOOR FOR AUTOMOBILES
Filed June ".50, 1935
5 Sheets-Sheet 3
Patented Aug. 30, 1938
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PATENT OFFICE
2,128,260
DOOR FOR AUTOMOBILES
Willard L. Morrison," Chicago, Ill.
Application June 30, 1933, Serial No. 678,399
6 Claims.
This invention relates to doors for automobiles
and process of making same and has for its` ob
ject to- provide a new and improved device and
process of this description. The invention has as
‘ a further object to provide a door for automobiles
which shall have a space below the window ar
ranged so that an arm rest may be easily and
quickly attached thereto after the door has been
manufactured, so that the automobile can be
sold without the extra charge of the arm rest,
but anyone who wants an arm rest afterwards
can buy it and put it on. The invention has as a
(o1. 29e-44)
non-metallic section in position to be attached
together.
Like numerals refer to like parts throughout
the several figures.
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anReferring
automobile
now
I provided
to the drawings,
with a door
I have
embodying
shown
this invention. In this construction the. auto
mobile is provided with the front doors 2 and
the rear doors 3.
'I‘he front doors are provided
with the front pivoted deflector section Il and '1515
the rear pivoted deflector section 5. The front
deflector section is pivoted at 6 and 'l in the
window opening, and the rear deflector section
is pivoted at 8 and 9. The door below the window
invention vhas other objects which are more par
is hollowed out so as to- form lthe space I0. The 1:5
ticularly pointed out in the accompanying de
door is formed out of two stamped metal sections,
scription.
the outside section II and the inside section I2.
Referring now to the drawings, Fig. 1 is a view The outside section is cut away at the top to
of one form of automobile having doors embody
form the window opening I3 and the metal
20 ing the invention;
around the window opening is forced inwardly go
Fig. 2 is an inside view of the front door illus
to form the ledge I4. 'I‘he section I2 is also cut
trated in Fig. l;
away to form the window opening I3 and the
Fig. 3 is a sectional view taken on line 3_3 of metal is- bent to form the outwardly projecting
Fig. 2;
ledge I5 for the upper part of the window open
25
Fig. 4 is a sectional view taken on line 4-4 ing. The portion of the inner section I2 below g5
of Fig. 2;
'
the window opening is bent inwardly to the posi
Fig. 5 is an enlarged sectional view similar to tion shown in Figs. 3 and 5, and just below the
Fig. 3 with parts broken away;
window it has the outwardly bent portion i6, see
Fig. 6 is an enlarged View of the portion of Fig. 12. At the sides the inner section I2 has
' the door where the arm rest is attached;
the inwardly bent flanges I'l and I8 and at the g@
Fig. 7 is an enlarge-d sectional view taken on bottom the inwardly bent flange I9, so as to
line ‘I-1 of Fig. 6;
form the outer frame of the door. The two sec
tions when formed are pressed together, there
Fig. 8 is a sectional view taken on line 8_8
of Fig. 7 ;
being between »them a section 2i! of non-metallic
Fig. 9 is a perspective View of the arm rest material, see Fig. 1'7. When the two sections §35
II and >I2 are pressed together the parts above
separated from the door;
Fig. 10 is an enlarged View showing a portion and `below the window opening are as illustrated
further object to provide a cheap and effective
process for manufacturing automobile doors. The
of the inside of the door where one arm of the arm
in Fig. 15. y The upper edge 2i of the section vI I
rest is to be attached;
is bent around the upstanding edge 22 of the
ledge I5 of the section` I 2, as shown in Fig. 12. 40
The projecting portion 23 of the ledge I5, shown
unbent in‘Fig. v15, is rbent around over the portion
24 of the ledge I ¿lof the section II, as shown in
Fig. 11 is a sectional view taken on line I I-I I
of Fig. 10;
Fig. 12 is a sectional view taken on line |2-I2
of Fig. 2 with‘parts broken away;
Fig. 13 is a sectional view taken on line I3-I3
of Fig. 2;
Fig. 14 is a sectional view taken on line I4-I4
of Fig. 2;
'
Fig. l5 is a view of the upper part of Fig. 12
g before the connecting flanges are bent to over
lap;
Fig. 16 is similar to Fig. 13 before the con
necting iianges are bent to overlap;
Fig. 17 is a perspective View showing the two
55 metal sections of the door and the intermediate
Fig. 12.
.
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Below the window opening the outer section ¿1_5
II has the inwardly bent portion 25 with the
upstanding portion 26, and the portion I6 of
the sectionI I2 has the upstanding portion 21,
and this upstanding portion 2l is brought to the
position shown in the lower part of Fig. l5. This 50
upstanding part 21 is then bent varound >the up
standing part 26, as shown in the middle portion
of Fig. 12.
Referring to the rear portion of the window
opening, sections of which are shown in Figs. 13 55
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and 16, the outer section II is bent inwardly at
28 and has the angular portion 29. The inner
section I2 has the projecting edges 30 and 3I,
while the outer portion has a projecting edge
32. When the parts are brought together they
I claim:
1. A door for automobiles comprising an outer
wall, a window in said wall, said outer wall made
of two sections, each having a window opening
therein, the part of the inner section below the
window being outside of the vertical plane
through the Window, a part of said section at
are in the position shown in Fig. 16. The part
36 is then bent over the part 29 and the part 32
the window being bent inwardly and extending
over the part 3|, as shown in Fig. 13. At the
across under the window to the other side there
rear edge of the door below the window opening
of, the sections being placed. together and at 10
tached one to- the other to form the door
10 the inner section I2 has the outwardly V-shaped
portion forming the flange I1 with the laterally
bent portion 34, and the outer section II has structure.
2. A door vfor automobiles comprising an outer
the projection 35 which is bent over the flange wall, a window in said wall, said outer wall made
34, as shown in Fig. 14. At the bottom the 'o1 two metallic sections, each having a window 15
inner
section II is bent to form the flange I9. opening therein, the part of the inner section
15
This flange has a laterally bent portion 36, see below the window being outside of the vertical
the bottom of Fig. 12, and the outer section II v plane through thewindow, a part of said sec
has the portion 31 which isbent ,therearound
tion at the window being bent inwardly and ex
It will be seen that this forms a strong durable
tending across under the window to the other 20
side thereof, the metallic sections being placed
20 door with the proper outstanding flanges I1, I 8
and I9 about it. It will further be seen that together and attached one to the other to form
this door is made out of two stamped pieces with the door structure, and ak non-metallic section
the edges properly bent and clamped together between said metallic sections.
to form a secure, strong and durable structure.
3. A door for automobiles comprising an outer 25
The inner sectiony I2 may be arranged so that
wall, a window in said wall, said outer wall made
25
an arm rest can be easily attached thereto.
of two metallic sections, each having a window
When the door is made up and the auto-mobile opening therein, the part of the inner section
assembled the inner section I2 is covered with below the window being outside of the vertical
cloth or suitable upholstery. This inner section plane through the window, a part of said section 30
30 l2 is provided at suitable distances apart with at the window being bent inwardly and extend
theopenings 38, see Figs. 6 to 10. These open
ing across under the window to the other side
ings have contracted portions at their lower thereof, the edges of o-ne of said metallic sections
ends, as shown at 39. The openings are nor
being bent laterally to form. the door frame, the
mally covered by the cloth or upholstering ma
35
two sections being connected’together.
terial
4I),
see
Fig.
l1.
The
arm
rest
4I
is
pro
4:. A door for automobiles comprising an outer
35
vided with the fastening devices 42 which have wall, a window in said wall, said outer wall made
enlarged headsand a contracted neck >43. Back of two metallic sections, each having a window
of these openings the non-metallic section 20 is opening therein, the part cf the inner section
cut away to form the openings 44, see Fig. 7. below the window being outside of the vertical 40
When it is desired to attach the arm rest 4 I, it is
40 only necessary to- locate these holes with the plane through the window, a part of said section
at the window being bent inwardly and extending
ñngers and then either cut away the upholster
across under the window to the other side there
ing material 49 at these points, or simply place of, the edges of one of said metallic sections be
the fastening devices 42 into the upper enlarged ing bent laterally to form the door frame, the 45
ends 38 of the openings and then move the arm
45 rest downwardly until the contracted necks 43 edges of one section being bent around portions
of the other section to fasten the two sections
enter the contracted portions 39 of the openings,
as shown in Fig. 8. It will therefore be seen that
the arm rest can be easily and quickly inserted
in position as an accessory after. the automobile
50 is manufactured, and this may be either at the
time of sale or at any other later time.
It will be seen that I have here a door made
up of two metallic sections with the edges of the
sections bent to form the frame of the door, the
55 two sections being connected together by bend
ing the metal of one section around portions of
the other sections.
It will further be seen, that in this door the
metal of the two sections forms the window
60
reveal.
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i
It will further be seen that I _have here a door
with a wall having concealedmeans for attach
ing an arm rest thereto.
I have described in detail a particular con
65 struction, but it is of course-,evident that the
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parts may be varied in many particulars with
out departing from the spirit of the invention as
embodied in the claims hereto appended, and I
therefore do not limit myself to the particular
construction shown.
f
together.
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5. A door for automobiles comprising an outer
wall, a window in> said wall, said outer wall made 50
of two metallic sections, each having a window
opening therein, the part of the inner section
below the window being outside of the vertical
piane through the window, a part of said sec
tionI at the window being bent inwardly and ex 55
tending across under the window to the other
side thereof, the edges of one of said metallic
sections being bent laterally to form the door
frame, the metal of the sections being bent lat
erally around the window opening to form the 60
window frame, the edges of one section being
bent around portions of the other section to
fasten the two sections together.
ì
6. A door for automobiles having a vwindow
therein, comprising two metallic sections formed 65
into shape, each having a window opening there
in, the metal of the sections around said window
opening extending entirely across the window
opening, a portion thereof being in the plane of
the
window.
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WILLARD L. MORRISON.
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