Here’s a 1914 Oakland Touring in front of a garage advertising Fords. The banner implies it may be a new addition to the existing business.
A post card of Bronson’s Ford garage in Shaftsbury, VT, a tidy establishment without a car in sight. In the front window, you can see what looks like a Model T steering wheel and a candlestick telephone. The sign leaning against the building at right reads “Maxwell.”
An interesting photo of a couple of young gentleman, one of which has what appears to be a Cadillac cylinder and head assembly in his lap. Can an early Cadillac expert tell us if it the car behind them is in fact a Cadillac? The car has an L-head engine, as it only has one camshaft….
A photo showing the Smith Model T Ford Agency in Indianola, Iowa with seven new Fords in their building. Photo 1913.
A woman is shown in this photo taken in New York during 1915, working on an early Chevrolet four cylinder. I have a feeling this may possibly be a promotional photo for suffragette movement, when women were working to get the right to vote. Note the posters in the windshield area of the car. The 19th Amendment…