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Lucky George

Nothing is known about “George” other then he was fortunate to have a new 6 cylinder Mitchell in California in 1912. The location is evidenced by the trees in the background and the California pre-state license plate on the front of the car.

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Standard of the World Making Deliveries

This is a 1911 Cadillac chassis under the delivery body. Cadillac’s in this time period were and are durable, reliable automobiles, using a medium-sized four cylinder engine (4 1/2″ b&s) and a three speed sliding gear transmission. This light-weight truck probably served the owners of Pfister’s Bakery in Rahway, New Jersey quite well for a number of years.

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Detained…

This not-so-flattering shot of a troubled motorist is captioned “I’m detained, will write soon”. This postcard is part of a series all featuring the same 1905 Queen – a two-cylinder car from the short-lived company.

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Winter fun

With the weather getting warmer and summer right around the corner on this side of the globe, we may soon be wishing we could take a ride like this. These four young women look like they are getting ready to set off in their 1910 Ford Tourabout. The Tourabout is an usual body style on a…

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