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Coming And Going

A very colorful and attractive postcard from back in the time when taking a bus trip was a big event. This card from the Colonial Lines in New York State, was showing one of the many attractions on its different routes in the state of which totaled 750 miles. c.1930 Kit Foster commented and thinks…

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Lugar’s Ford Sales And Service

This is Lugar’s Ford Garage, somewhere in the state of Nebraska. It appears to be just your average Ford Garage with imitation brick tin siding, over a simple, wooden frame construction. Out front we see two Reo touring cars, possibly a Star touring and four Model T Fords. What is interesting though is what the…

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Railroad Tycoons….

This press photo shows an engineer for this small railroad which used  a late 1920s Model L Lincoln for all of their operations. The road which was ten miles long, operated between Victoria and Wataga in Knox County, Illinois  It carried the mail and did general freight and passenger duty. They were able to turn…

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Knox…..The Pride Of Springfield.

The Knox was manufactured in Springfield, Ma to very high standards. Knox first got his start with an air-cooled three wheeler and stayed with air cooling on the early models continuing with the four wheeled cars he next built. His first truck unit was a big three wheeled tractor for pulling a trailer. He continued…

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The Ford Delivers…..

The Ford TT one-ton truck was one of the most used trucks in the US from its intro-duction until probably some point in the early 30’s. At that point they were being replaced as they were slow but reliable with more modern designs that could do the job better and quicker. This late 20s example…

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