We looked at a photo of one of a cross engined Franklin towing a boat on a trailer a few days ago. The same basic car is shown in this photo for the Wallace Coach & Carriage Works of Minneapolis, MN. The firm had this photo taken to show their skills with trimming, as the photo…
A fleet footed 1906 Stanley model H. This car had the 20hp dry sump engine. At rest, the fine attire makes for a nice photograph. At speed, one would be well advised to wear different clothing and protective eye wear!
A very well composed photo of a rider finishing his run at an unknown hillclimb c. 1930.
An artist puts the finishing touches on a painting on a touring car body during 1923. The state of Oregon had plans to send the car abroad to publicize the beautiful scenery in the state as a way of boosting tourism.
A 1927 photograph by Mario von Bucovich on a French road, showing some very unique portable gasoline pumps. In this country we had similar pumps without the towers.
A 1941 photo of the newer River Rouge plant which was the worlds largest manufacturing operation at the time. You can also look at an earlier photo from 1932 Of the River Rouge here.