Every Saturday our friends at Prewarcar.com have an interesting brain teaser. This week the quiz is a very interesting racing car at the Brooklands track in England. Stop by and visit them to learn more.
This is a showroom photo of a new Model 48 1914 Marmon. It was quite sporty for 1914, if not a little outdated by then. Below is the one of the cars posed for a publicity photo in Washington DC.
When the new 1934 Ford V8s for 1934 were announced, acting mayor of Detroit John W. Smith was first on hand to get one. The first one off of the line was delivered to him by Mr. Hettche, of the Hettche Motor Sales Co. Mr. Mack on the right was a Ford Motor Co. branch…
A Modern Art cover on the New Yorker Magazine shows the the Automobile is an integral part of High Society. On a lighter note artist John Held Jr. pokes fun at the driving skills of one of the liberated “flappers” of the 1920s.
A splendid White steamer c. 1903-04.
A steam locomotive is shown below, that has crashed thru the back wall of the engine house in this photo captioned as being from Hartford, Connecticut. A crew has built up cribbing under the engine so that it can be jacked up to get it in back in the house. There is a widely circulated photo of…
Just one horse was more powerful than this early Wagner motorcycle.