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I had “Bean” wrong, this is a Perry!

In my original version of this post (photo courtesy of the Ayton Family in England), I thought this to be a late 1920s Hadfield Bean model 14.  Frequent site commentator “Vintman” (Mr. Bozi Mohacek) of the Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society in England knew more that beans about these cars and identified this as a 1914…

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The Kissel Gold Bug

The Kissel Gold Bug was a “Roaring Twenties” speedster that was made famous by it’s good looks and Amelia Earharts ownership of one of the attractive machines. The Gold Bugs were manufactured in Hartford, Wisconsin by a maker with much experience and were a high quality mid-priced car. They were a comfortable and extremely sporty…

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