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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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Baby Bugatti

No pedal car, this “baby Bugatti” is one of about 450 built and survives to the present. This particular one was owned by the royal family in Belgium. They were powered by a 12v motor geared to the rear axle.

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A Mile A Minute….

This 1910 Oldsmobile Limited Roadster was one of the makers most impressive automobiles ever. The Limited in 1910 featured a 130 inch wheel base and a large 505 c.i. t-head, six cylinder engine and rode on huge 42 x 4.5 inch tires. The limited in the postcard photo above is shown with the very interesting Royal…

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Lugar’s Ford Sales And Service

This is Lugar’s Ford Garage, somewhere in the state of Nebraska. It appears to be just your average Ford Garage with imitation brick tin siding, over a simple, wooden frame construction. Out front we see two Reo touring cars, possibly a Star touring and four Model T Fords. What is interesting though is what the…

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Nashua New Hampshire, 1911…

An interesting postcard sent on April, 19 1911, showing a very rare Maxwell Roadster. The sporty looking car is on a rough, possibly paving brick street, out in front of The Steam Dye House. The postcard was sent back home to Maine reading the following; Hello Sister, Here I am, what do you say, for a…

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