July 1925 - December 1970

Gus Wilson's Model Garage

DEDICATED TO MY SON, TONY HAMMERBERG    1974-2009

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New! Gus Wilson's 25th Anniversary Celebration

Site re-construction begins 3/20/2014

All story pages and yearly indexes reformatted 5/30/2014

Illustration Galleries reformatted 7/12/2014

Cover Galleries and Cover pages complete 8/14/2014

No More FrontPage.  Thanks for your patience.

 

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SPECIAL THANKS

to 

 Popular Science Monthly

for bringing Gus to Life.

and also to

 Don Miller-

First Gus Site-arcpress.com

Joe Way- Our First Host

Mary Viramontes- transcription

Ray Tackett- proofreading

Dave Mantor-

Service Station Expert

Edgar Hammerberg (My Dad) -

Who gave me my first PS

subscription at age eight and indirectly introduced me to Gus

(links)

Stewart Rouse Drawings

 Ray Quigley, illustrator

Quigley's Gus Illustrations

more Quigley Art

Jim's Collection

Popular Science Press

do it yourself

CAR BOOK -1955

Your Car-1950

A Real Treasure-The Stelford 56 Packard

1950's Car Quiz

NEW!!!

The Last Martin Bunn

A New Contributed Story

Frank L. Hubbard-

illustrated Gus Stories 1929-1947

 

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