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Winter driving

Winter driving is not for everyone, but it has been around since cars first hit the roads. Here’s a 1912 Stutz touring that’s come back in after what looks like a good winter run. There is muck on just about every surface visible except the driver’s seat. And imagine trying to steer with those loaded…

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Super Service California Style

Check out these photos of the Wilshire Super Service in Santa Monica, California and be sure to click on them to see the great detail in the enlargements. With the automobile boom there was much income to be derived by large scale and professional auto care. This firm had that all figured out and had…

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Youngest Winner.

Troy Ruttman was in all probability the youngest winner of the Indy 500. Troy was 22 years old when he took the victory in 1952. Troy began racing in 1945 at the tender age of 15. In those days drivers were supposed to be over 21. Troy used a forged birth certificate to get going…

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Flower Car

Automobiles were ornately decorated  for early parades and the majority of them were covered with either flowers or greenery. This one is quite well designed and unique. I am guessing that they may have a shovel-nosed, early air-cooled Franklin hiding under all of the decorations or possibly a Renault. This thought is based on the curved front…

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