A Press Photo showing a concept drawing of the 1946 Tucker Torpedo. June 13, 1947, Stanley Johnson and Joseph Pagan operate a drill press in Chicago working on drilling and tapping holes in a Tucker Torpedo cylinder block. Chicago, June 19, 1947, R. H. Armstrong explains that new car has engine mounted in rear with…
Two views of US border crossings, from long ago when things were a bit different than today. Above, the crossing between Derby Line, VT and Stanstead, Quebec in 1924. Below, location and date unknown but probably California/Mexico also in the 1920’s.
Actor Tyrone Power, shown here in England with his magnificent Duesenberg, fitted with a full set of wheel discs and extra lighting.
We previously had a piece about racer Cliff Bergere and his Duesenberg road car. Here is a photo of Cliff in his Miller rear drive racer at the Culver City CA board track in 1927. A very interesting and expensive Cunningham V-8 roadster can be seen sitting right behind the pit wall.
The Eagle Fruit Store and the Hotel Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska circa 1940 above. A Chevrolet in front of Shulman’s Market on N St. at Union St. S.W., Washington, D.C. circa late 1930’s.
This photo shows women working on two different engines in Los Angeles. The engine in the foreground is an EMF four circa 1910-12. The engine in the background and the story behind this image are unknown but I it find it to be a very intriguing photograph.