Morehead Motors in Aberdeen, Washington shown in a photo taken circa 1955. They look like a successful dealership who sold Studebaker and Packard. The sign in the front window is announcing that this is their new home. Perhaps one of our readers knows more about them ?
Handsome looking Stanley model F (20 hp) circa 1905, the first year F’s were built. Location not known, but could well be in New England where sales were strong.
American tourists in an early twenties horse collar Franklin sedan visiting Ottawa, ON, Canada. This 1925 photograph has been hand colored (this was done with transparent dies) and really give you the feeling of what traveling in an automobile was like in the twenties. From the looks of all the duffle bags and the canoe…
*Update * According to the weekly newspaper published in Woodstock (the Vermont Standard), Arthur Wilder (manager of the Woodstock Inn) and Wilfred Smith went to Boston in May, 1913 and saw this vehicle displayed at the Mechanical Building, and subsequently acquired it. The paper states that it was made by General Motors Truck Co. I hope…
An oil field hand in Texas posing in his late Model T Ford roadster. It is equipped with a rack on the back for carrying tooling. In the background is what appears to possibly be a pair of FWD trucks with oil field equipment on the back.
A great original photograph of the Arverne Garage, Rockaway Queens, NYC. The car is a 1912-14 Cadillac touring car. One can assume these gentleman were connected with the organization.
An early circa 1910, Rambler, Jackson and Indian dealer located at 513 Lincoln St. Clay City, Kansas.