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The Fitch-Whitmore Le Mans Special

John Fitch is quite an incredible man who has done many things well during his life and career.  Along the way he has been a WWII pilot, a professional racing driver with many important victories around the world, car constructor and a crusader for safety on racetracks and highways. The Fitch-Whitmore was constructed in Fitch’s…

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A Boy Scouts Dream

Tim Martin showed us the electric version of the Auto Red Bug yesterday, so we thought you would enjoy seeing the gasoline version today. “The Auto Wheel” as it is first known was produced as the Wall Motor Wheel. A.O. Smith then bought the rights to manufacture them and sold them for both bicycles and…

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Up Against the Wahl….

The Wahl automobile like so many others at the time, was just another under capitalized maker from Detroit. They were only in business during 1913-1914, things were very slow which lead them to even sell their cars without any name on them so a buyer could install their own.  One of the owners George Wahl, evidently…

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Three Rockwell Classic Covers.

Norman Rockwell was a master at capturing the essence of life in small town America. Three of his Magazine covers with an automotive theme are shown here. Norman captured the desire to lead the parade as the father in the Model T puts the pedal to the metal to pass the larger expensive machine. The…

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Cycle Dreams

A young boy posing in what appears to be a photography studio, perhaps in the UK. The motorcycle engine has a vertical cylinder configuration and is either a single or possibly a twin and has the appearance of being a mid 1920s British machine. We hope one of our viewers can identify the maker.

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