An unknown sedan that has been equipped for rail travel, note the set of flanged and rubber shod iron and steel conversion wheels. We are counting on you readers to tell us all about this sedan.
A crew preparing for the 1960 Indianapolis 500. This car may possibly be equipped with a stock block V-8, judging by the length of the header tubes we can see. Hopefully a reader can ID this racing car and crew for us.
A wonderful view of a chauffeur with c. 1908 Pierce Arrow limousine, with Illinois plate no. 10291. The same number appears on the cowl lamps.
Babe Stapp in a Duesenberg above in 1931 at Indianapolis, preparing for the 500 and below in a Alfa Romeo practicing for the 500 on May,19 1939.
Impressive looking double pumps are seen at this Sterling Filling station. We are hopeful a pump expert can tell us more about these large machines.
The 1941 Studebaker which was a very clean and timeless design by Raymond Lowey in a press photo dated 10-15-40.
A pretty woman sitting on a Harley-Davidson OHV Knuckle-Head with a windshield and saddle bags that have been added. Is it a pre or postwar model? The car behind it appears to a 1941-1942 Ford.