Mary C. Folwell at the wheel of the Folwells’ 1906 Model 24 Packard, the first car purchased by her husband P. Donald Folwell. P.D Folwell was an early car enthusiast who participated in the Philadelphia to Atlantic City Reliability Runs, served as a representative to the AAA Contest Board for many years, and was President…
Here is a Mercer Toy Tonneau. It features the same engine and chassis as the fabled raceabout. It is just a bit more practical with the ability to carry four people.
A handsome 1910 Stanley model 60 with an equally good looking crew aboard.
A very sharp appearing c.1930 Harley-Davidson, which appears to be a police special. It is shown in this dealer promotional photo for a West Coast Dealer.
We would like you, our readers to tell us all about this 1935 Ford (?) Box Car along with its owner, who must have traveled to a different drummer.
A postcard showing the Fizell Ranch in Hanston, Kansas who used this huge gasoline or kerosene tractor on their acreage. The car appears to be a 1915-1916 Ford.