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A Clown Car In Louisville, Kentucky

The Monarch Auto Co. which was located in Louisville, Kentucky, has the company’s shortened Model T Ford clown car, posed here out in front of their used car sales room. It was equipped with a custom built cowl and body, a sign complete with a helmet form including a finial on top, custom lamps and…

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Air Freighting Automobiles in 1957

A scene from Oct. 6, 1957, showing a Studebaker coupe being loaded onto an airplane, which appears to be headed for South America. The location is the Pinellas Airport in the St. Petersburg, Fla. area. This is back in the time when they used to load smaller cargo airplanes through the side. Today it is…

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Custom Wheels in 1923

We obtained this photo recently and have seen others in the past, all of different brands of cars, wearing this style of cast accessory wheels. The car appears to be a near new Pierce-Arrow, which we will let you P-A experts ID and date. The big question is we would like to know, is if…

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Phone Eickenhors “636”

A very interesting photo which Dan Strohl discovered and posted over on the Hemmings Motor News Blog. He has posted this photo and many more, which originate from the Portal to Texas History photo archive. They are a series of very interesting photos of parade floats from Brenham, Texas, where  for over a century they have…

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