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Gettysburg

Gettysburg has drawn people for well over a century, for so many reasons. Early motorists were no exception. Here are glimpses of some tourists in their automobiles. The first is a White roadster c. 1914-15 at the Devil’s Den. The next, also at the Devil’s Den, is one we have not been able to identify….

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An Automotive Mona Lisa

Old 16, as she is known, is a 1906 Locomobile and is without a doubt the most famous American racing car ever. It was one of a pair of racers Locomobile built that year and is shown above with Joe Tracy who drove it in the 1906 Vanderbilt Cup race. One of the two cars set the…

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A Rapid Roamer.

This is a Rochester-Duesenberg powered Roamer which was high quality assembled car. The Roamer cars were styled very similar to the Rolls Royce and are a very striking auto-mobile. In 1921 the 105 MPH for a stock based car that they set was really flying. Also see this earlier post for more four cylinder Duesenberg information.

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