Charles Tumbridge Of Kensal Rise, England could not be without his Saymoyed, Susie, when he went on lengthy jaunts. So – He built her a custom side car body with all the comforts of home including water and food. Photo dated Oct, 21 1962.
After seeing the photo of this English Model T Ford taxi cab it brought to mind this short silent movie that you just have to see. It is call driving around New York City 1928 and it stars Babe Ruth. Watch it, you will be glad you did.
Our very own Chris Paulsen back in an earlier life when he used to pump gas and work on automobiles. Now he is a professor at the McPherson College Restoration Program.
Ray Seher in a C-type Jaguar trying his hardest to keep all four on the ground at Sacramento. California, in 1955.
Here are three brand new 1913 Coles lined up on Main Street. The depot bus on the right is from the Hotel Sotoyome, which was in northern California.
This group of well dressed gentlemen are seated in a 1906 Pierce Great Arrow. Unfortunately, the details surrounding the photo have been lost. It is a posed photo on a lightly travelled road, judging by the position of the car.
Friend F. Baker, Sr. poses with his 1913 Stanley model 78 in California (probably Hollywood) in 1917. Mr. Baker owned the car in 1917 and 1918. He wrote this interesting account, attesting to the car’s hill climbing abilities and his wife Annabel’s capabilities piloting the car. “In 1917 Cahuenga Pass was crooked and steep and…