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Mountain Wagons

Post card view of two 1915 Stanley mountain wagons owned and operated by Cross State Transportation Company, based out of Rochester, VT. The location is the Bardwell Hotel in Rutland, VT. The date is not known, but from the buntings, we might assume a parade or patriotic event had been in the works. When these…

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A Big Six Cylinder Cole

The Cole was a quality assembled car that was made in Indianapolis, IN, between 1909 and 1925. This appears to be the Sixty and it was a good sized 132″ w.b. six cylinder. During 1913 the firm also produced  40 h.p. and 50h.p. fours. In 1914 they narrowed it down to the Sixty and one…

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DePalma At The First Indy 500

Ralph DePalma and his mechanic Charles Bury, are shown in this photo before the race, posing near the Indianapolis Simplex dealers building. The two of them went on to finish in sixth place, in the first 500 mile event there, 100 years ago in the red and white mach-ine. The Simplex was manufactured in NYC…

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