INFocus: TP Tools
TP Tools of Canfield specializes in manufacturing and selling abrasive blast cabinets, used to remove rust and restore steel. The company catalogue shows classic cars, restored using their company’s products, equipment, and employee knowledge, from former owner Fred Zwicker and his son, the current owner, Robert Zwicker.
The Vindicator: Sara C. Tobias A 1955 Chevy Nomad Wagon in the TP Tools auto Museum in Canfield. The free museum is open Saturdays and features a dozen classic cars.
The Vindicator: Sara C. Tobias A collection of trophies from various car shows in the back of a 1941 Ford F-4 Stake Truck.
The Vindicator: Sara C. Tobias The tails of a pair of 1955 Pontiac Safaris at the TP Tools Auto Museum in Canfield. The two-door, General Motors station wagons share similarities with another GM two-door wagon in the collection, the Chevy Nomad.
The Vindicator: Sara C. Tobias Manager Rich Seaman poses with one of his personal favorite cars, a 1966 Corvette. The Corvette, along with many of the cars in the museum was restored by employee Bob Darney, who previously worked for GM for 30 years before joining TP Tools.