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A Very Sporty Lozier Briarcliff

A very handsome Lozier Briarcliff , circa 1910, pauses briefly to be photographed in 1912 on the road to the lake, in South Poland, Maine. This Lozier is featuring a set of Solar-clipse magnifying lens headlamps. Might this be Mr. Ricker, whose earlier Lozier we looked at filled with young women? The Briarcliff was and remains a…

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A Springfield Rolls-Royce

A very nice set of photos of what appears to be a 1923-26 four-wheel brake Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost. These pictures originated from the Springfield, MA area, which would lead us to believe this LHD Rolls was a product of the R-R plant there. The company started producing cars there around 1920 and ceased production in 1931….

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A Brand New Mack

A nice press photo of a freshly lettered, chain-drive Mack, evidently before it went into service. This type of Mack was a work horse for years and helped to build much of the infrastructure of this country. The Old Motor photo.

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