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Hydro-Motor Car: Auto-Boat Investments That Couldn’t Hold Water

Today’s lead photo of a Model “T” Ford-based “Hydro-Motorcar” was found by Steve Murphy while researching military files from World War I at the National Archives, he later posted it at Cars of the 1900’s to 1930’s.  This image inspired us to take another look at this Hydro-Motorcar Company’s amphibious automobile which apparently was a different effort than “Delia The Motor Duck” designed…

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Attractive and Sporty Early Mystery Machine

This attractive circa-1912 seven-passenger touring car crossed our radar screen, and since we have not had an early mystery car recently, it appears to be a perfect candidate. After spending some time viewing images and US manufacturer’s photos of four popular brands of cars of the period with a similar appearance, all of them of…

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