Ralph DePalma shown in a promotional photo with a new LaSalle pace car that he drove at the Indianapolis 500 in 1937. DePalma was also active about this time with the various clubs that were just getting the antique automobile collecting hobby started.
The Carroll Six was an assembled car produced in Lorain, Ohio during 1921-1922. At the time it was a very distintive car which was really set off by the radiator being set back 7.5 inches behind the axle. It also featured a non-detachable California style top with port hole windows in the sides. One place…
There is quite a combination of technologies in this photograph. We have a handsome biplane, a 1927 LaSalle phaeton, and some interesting radio apparatus in the tonneau. Plate is 1927 California.
Two interesting views of how cars were moved between the docks and ships in the 1920’s.
It looks like the boys are ready for a chilly ride in their 1909-10 American Traveler- a well built, 4 cylinder, 50 hp machine, with big wheels and a small body. The stuff dreams are made of.