Reply to post: Re: Start Button

I could throttle you right about now: US Navy to ditch touchscreens after kit blamed for collision

Mark Ruit

Re: Start Button

A 1936 Austin Seven of my acquaintance had a very lage button with very large cables attached to it. There must have been something like a Bendix gear involved because there was no other physical action involved. In operation the whole thing jangled like a set of crazy church bells - you certainly knew it was working.

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