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1963 New York World’s Fair & American Furniture Mart

The company proudly displayed its Cocktail Bar and Stereo System at the 1963 New York World’s Fair.  Unfortunately, production was discontinued since the company’s quality standards made the price prohibitive.

 

 

History of the Company—-In 1942, with just 5 employees, Arnold Stock started Stock’s Machine Company. On October 1, 1947, Stock’s Machine Company incorporated as A. H. Stock Manufacturing Corp. Little did Arnold realize when he first started making aircraft parts for the Navy in 1943 the many changes that would take place over the years — from having a watch tower for spotting planes during the Korean War to housing the Newton Fire Department from 1947 to 1963. Most of the original equipment for the fire department was manufactured here and, in 1957, when a new fire truck was necessary A. H. Stock Manufacturing met that need. Because of that association with the fire department, the company remains very involved with fire apparatus and equipment today and still has the capacity to empty a 3,500 gallon tanker filled with water in less than 1 minute.

 

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  1. Frank! You’re BACK! And I hope we’ll be seeing you often. I absolutely adore and appreciate your wealth of knowledge – it is great to learn from a “master” & I mean that! Education is the key to good business & I am a very willing student. It was such a pleasure to finally get to meet you last week – especially with such a very special purpose & I cannot thank you enough. PLEEZE stay with it! And I hope to see you again soon!

    BTW – aren’t Shane & Melly just THE luckiest to have one of these incredible bar-cocktail tables!

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