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Early service

In the earliest days of motoring, options for repair service were quite limited. Blacksmiths often worked on early cars (and made license plates before state issued plates came out). Here are a couple of smithys that probably worked on a few autos, and a repair shop that welcomed steamers. Note that the steam repairman still…

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A Modern Ford Garage

A fully equipped Ford garage containing engine rebuilding machinery which can be seen against the back wall. Some or all of it maybe K. R. Wilson equipment, which was by the maker who produced the best that could be had at the time. Many Ford garages purchased this brand of equipment and did their own…

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