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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 Winter Front.

In the winter of 1928 a fashionable Lady prepares to board her Packard Sedan . The Packard is equipped with a Winter Front on the grille. The winter front controls the amount of cold air entering the radiator to aid in bringing the engine up to operating temperature. This was from the time before thermostats…

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Louisville, Kentucky

This photo taken in 1927 shows a young man from the Louisville Automobile Club. He is using his Model T Ford service car to help a women with her Auburn sedan. The second photo from Louisville taken in 1929, shows the Aetna Oil Service station on Third and Oak Streets. They featured Pennzoil and Benzol-Gas under an…

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