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J. C. Agajanian’s Stetson
JCAagajanian 1000

Origin

J. C. Agajanian

Type

Stetson

Effects

Creates a protective barrier around any automobile

Downsides

Leads to constant oil leakage which can cause cars to crash

Activation

Wearing the hat in an automobile and drawing the number ‘98’ somewhere on the automobile

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

680335-6218

Shelf

27617-6627-128

Date of Collection

January 12, 1972

[Source]


OriginEdit

J. C. lived in Southern California in the 1930s and desired to be a racecar driver. However, his father decided against it, as racing had a high casualty rate. They compromised, with J. C. getting to keep his new car as an owner and later becoming a successful organizer.

During the Indianapolis 500 of 1963, his driver Parnelli Jones had a serious oil leak the supposedly caused one driver to crash. Agajanian managed to convince the race officials not to disqualify Jones, who held the lead for the remainder of the race.

Agajanian usually wore a Stetson hat during his work and had a particular liking for the number 98, which he placed on all his cars, including his three Indy 500 wins.

EffectsEdit

Any automobile it is worn inside becomes protected by an invisible protective skin. The vehicle can still be hit by objects, but will suffer little to no damage when struck. The user must write the number 98 somewhere on the car’s surface for the effect to activate. The car will also constantly leak oil, which can cause nearby cars to lose traction and crash.

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