Hi, I'm hoping someone here can direct me to a good home, marketplace, or something for a weird bit of auto history. My parents are going into senior living and my dad has a bunch of his father's things in storage -- one of which is the original, first electrojector for Bendix -- which my grandfather Robert Winfield Sutton invented. He had 32 patents on electronic fuel injection, worked at Bendix his whole career (40 years) in South Bend, IN, Elmira, NY, and then Detroit. My dad has the first electrojector (a brass nossle thing) and all of my grandfather's notebooks, and illustrated patents. And a bunch of other stuff, God only knows what. It's in bins in their senior center storage room. My grandfather was an engineer at Bendix and started out in aviation. He converted something from airplane carburetors for use in automobiles. He drove concept cars, tinkering with EFI for years. My dad can tell a lot of Bendix EFI, early Chrysler stories. (Apparently my grandfather was fond of drag racing on Woodward Ave. with cars no one knew had EFI.) I found this forum by googling Bendix electrojector. Whoever @Gotgas is showed up on a thread when I searched, apparently people collect this stuff. What to do with these things? My dad would love to donate it to an automotive museum. Or find a home with someone who would appreciate the significance of his dad's work. Would love any suggestions.