And safe motoring.
In 1910 Blanche Scott became the second woman driver to cross the U.S. from New York to San Francisco. The trip was taken with a female reporter in this very stout appearing 1910 Overland. Blanche took along a container of Atlantic Ocean water to pour into the Pacific. The trip took a little over 2…
At least you would think it wouldn’t be a problem with six people aboard and tire chains on the back. The car is a 1904 Autocar with a two-cylinder engine. Notice the left-hand drive; an unusual feature in automobiles this early.
Does that mean he’s ready to jump? Is this a driving lesson? The car appears new-note the shiny paint. It is a 1915 Buick Model C-36-the larger of two four-cylinder offerings from Buick that year. They also made a six-cylinder. It has a 1915 NJ license plate on the front.
I imagine in 1907 it might take a pretty girl or a Pope-Hartford Model L to get some people to visit Neodesha, Kansas. This is an original postcard that you could have made with any location printed on the bottom with the same photo at the top.
Here’s a 1901 Packard Model C with a 183 cubic inch single cylinder engine. It has tremendous torque, but six people is quite a load, even if at least four are women.