There is not much chance of missing the signage on the front of Morgan’s Service Station.
A fully equipped Ford garage containing engine rebuilding machinery which can be seen against the back wall. Some or all of it maybe K. R. Wilson equipment, which was by the maker who produced the best that could be had at the time. Many Ford garages purchased this brand of equipment and did their own…
Two youngsters in a 1913 Abbott-Detroit Touring. It is a colored postcard and if you look, you can see where the road under and in front of the car was brushed in as well.
Here’s a 1911 Oakland parked for the photo on a wood-plank bridge somewhere in Iowa. The car has a 1911 Iowa plate on it, but appears to be a slightly used car.
Here are a couple photos of a dashing young man in his apparently brand new 1907 Ford Model K Roadster. The Model K was built in both Roadster and Touring form. Both employed a large six cylinder engine, but only a two-speed planetary transmission. Production lasted only a couple years.
Three Gentleman posing with their with their early 1910’s Indian Twins in a city park. You can see many more interesting motorcycle photos here on The Old Motor.
In 1910 Blanche Scott became the second woman driver to cross the U.S. from New York to San Francisco. The trip was taken with a female reporter in this very stout appearing 1910 Overland. Blanche took along a container of Atlantic Ocean water to pour into the Pacific. The trip took a little over 2…