This photo shows 3rd series Twin Six Packard chassis (1918-23) on the assembly line. Packard experts consulted, have determined that the three men working on the first chassis are assembling it for an enclosed car.
This is one of my favorite photos that was taken in the Forestport, New York area. It shows what looks like two brothers posing with a very impressive trophy and their t-head Mercer roadster which appears to be a 1913 model. There is a banner on the hood from possibly some form of a tour…
A Stutz eight cylinder convertible coupe c. 1930 posed in a park-like setting, with distinctive Ryan headlamps.
A 1928 photo of a BLM, manufactured by Messrs. Breese, Lawrence and Moulton in Brooklyn, NY between 1906 and 1907. Their first cars, like this one from 1906, were rated at 85hp, and offered at $12,000 which probably explains why the venture’s future was so short.
A street scene taken in St. Louis, Missouri at the Northwest corner of Eighth and Pine Streets, c.1913 or later. The car behind the early small roadster is a Hupmobile.