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name Mechanical Development Company. The Medeco Security Lock was the largest and most talked about high-security lock. In the early 1970s the company offered a reward for anyone who could pick open one, two, or three of its cylinders within a set amount of time. In 1972 Bob McDermott, a New York City police detective, picked one open in time and collected the reward. That feat didn t slow the demand for Medeco locks. Much of the general public never heard about the contest and still considered Medeco locks to be invincible. In 1986 Medeco won a patent infringement lawsuit against a locksmith who was making copies of Medeco keys. That ruling stopped most other locksmiths from making the keys without signing up with Medeco. The patent for the original Medeco key blank ran out, and now anyone can make keys for those cylinders. In 1988 the company received a new patent for its biaxial key blanks. The big difference is that the biaxial brand gave Medeco a new patent (which can be helpful for preventing unauthorized key duplication). The company s newest lock is the Medeco3. Early American Lock Companies In 1832, the English lockmaker Stephen G. Bucknall became the first trunk and cabinet lock manufacturer in America. He made about 100 cabinet lock models but didn t sell very many. After his company folded, Bucknall went to work for Lewis, McKee & Company. William E. McKee was a major investor in the company. In 1835 Bucknall left and received financial assistance from McKee to form the first trunk lock company in America, called the Bucknall, McKee Company. A couple years later, Bucknall sold the business and went to work for North & Stanley Company. One of the greatest successes and failures of the American lock industry was the Eagle Lock Company, formed in 1854. It was the result of a merger between the James Terry Company and Lewis Lock Company. Eagle Lock had money to burn and was quick to buy out its competitors, such as American Lock Company, Gaylord, and Eccentric Lock Company. In 1922 the company had 1800 employees and several large warehouses. In 1961 the company introduced a popular line of locks and cylinders called Supr-Security. They were highly pick-resistant, and their keys couldn t be duplicated on standard key machines. The company was sold to people who didn t know a lot about locks, and many bad decisions were made that sent the company on a downward path. Profits were being siphoned off without considering the long-term needs of the business. Top management quit. By the early 1970s, the company was barely holding on. In 1973 a businessperson bought it from Penn-Akron Corporation, which had gone bankrupt. In 1974 Eagle Lock lost a bid to the Lori Corporation for a large order for cylinders for the U.S. Postal Service. A few months later the company folded. The Lori Corporation bought the Eagle Lock equipment at a public auction, and the Eagle Lock plants were burned, ending 122 years of lockmaking. For historical information about current lockmakers, see Appendix A.
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A Brief History of Automotive Locks in the U.S. While the car has been with us since the beginning of the 20th century, the automobile lock was adopted slowly. By the late 1920s, however, nearly every vehicle had an ignition lock, and closed cars had door locks as well. Current models can be secured with half a dozen locks. This section gives an overview of the history of automobile locks in the U.S. The information is especially useful when you re working on older vehicles. [For in-depth information on servicing and opening all types of automobiles, see chapters 15 and 16.] 1935 1959 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 General Motors began using sidebar locks. There was only one keyway, with 6 cuts and 4 depths. Chrysler began using sidebar trunk locks. Chrysler stopped using sidebar trunk locks, and began using pin tumbler locks that were the same size as the door locks. General Motors added a 5th depth to their codes and introduced two new key blanks P1098A and S1098B. General Motors introduced two new key blanks, P1098C and S1098D. General Motors began using steering column mounted ignition locks and introduced two new key blanks P1098E and S1098H. American Motors, Chrysler and Ford began using column mounted ignition locks. General Motors stopped putting codes on door locks and introduced two new blanks P1098J and S1098K. Chrysler began using General Motors' Saginaw tilt steering columns with sidebar ignition locks. Chrysler began using trunk locks retained by large nuts. General Motors began keying locks so that the primary key fit the ignition lock only and all other locks on the vehicle used the secondary key. Ford stopped putting codes on door locks. General Motors stopped putting codes on glove compartment locks. General Motors changed ignition locks from being spring tab retained to screw retained. Ford began using fixed pawls on door locks. General Motors began using fixed pawls on door locks. Ford began keying locks so that the primary key fit the ignition and the secondary key fit all other locks. The company stopped putting codes on glove compartment locks. American Motors began making the Alliance, using X116 ignition key and X92 door key, both previously known as foreign auto keys.
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