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.
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.
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.
These two gentlemen look quite content on the running board of their circa 1918 Dodge Brothers Roadster. It must be the service vehicle for their relative humble, yet successful Electrical business.
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…
Here’s a 1914 Oakland Touring in front of a garage advertising Fords. The banner implies it may be a new addition to the existing business.
And who wouldn’t be happy behind the wheel of a 1912 Pierce-Arrow Model 36?