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Teeth Don’t Fail Me Now…..

A women pulling an automobile with her teeth in publicity stunt in San Jose, California, 1926. I have a different photo of a man preforming the same stunt in the early 1930s. I have the feeling that these athletes toured the country and would preform this stunt for any car dealer willing to pay their…

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The Doble Steam Car

Two photos showing the Doble brother at that dynamometer. Behind the control panel he is standing at is his burner and boiler assembly. The second photo shows the complete power train set up for testing purposes. We will return to Doble at a later date and explore his incredible automobile in detail.

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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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Pacific Auto Works

It must have been a whole different scene in the auto repair business back in the late 20s, when this photo was taken in Los Angeles. Automobiles needed so much more care and repairing than they do today. I am assuming, judging by some of the photos of elaborate repair shops and garages, that at…

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