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Vintage Women and the Automobile No.2

We last featured Vintage Women and the Automobile No.1 back in January so it long overdue to to bring you a new installment of photos of the the fairer sex and the car. The dictionary definition of fairer is: of pleasing appearance, especially because of a pure or fresh quality. In contemporary usage, this term may be…

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Time For Lunch in Washington, D.C.

Shorpy just posted this great pair of images that were taken in Washington, D.C., in 1919. A women using a Model “T” Ford converted for food vending with a table supported by a pie rack, sells to her lunchtime clientele. The Ford is wearing a few accessories including: a front bumper, Hassler Shock Absorbers and…

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Vintage Women and the Automobile No.1

A circa 1910 Alco Seven Passenger Touring car. Today being a quite Sunday is the perfect time for something a little different than our everyday car coverage. It has been a while since our post last fall covering women’s involvement with the automobile, both driving and accompanying them. At that time we covered the Concours D’Elegance in…

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