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The GJG Racing Car

The GJG was an automobile that was manufactured in White Plains, NY, during the early teens. Like many cars at the time, it was an assembled car that featured a Wisconsin 389 c.i. t-head engine. It carries a three speed transmission amidships and a conventional drive shaft and rear axle along with semi-elliptic springs. This…

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Pre-Barn Fresh

Bearing a 1915 New York plate is a Studebaker touring.  From this angle, can anyone discern whether this was a model SC (four cylinder motor) or EB (six cylinder)?  Up through 1913, Studebakers had side lamps on the cowl.  After 1914 the radiator and hood contours were rounded off, hence my pegging this one as a ’14…

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New Tires

This is an interesting photo in a couple ways. Notice the condition of the tires (or at least the right front), and compare it to the fenders. And now notice the condition of the road (or alley) where the photo was taken. The car is a 1910 Buick Model 10.

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