A pretty woman sitting on a Harley-Davidson OHV Knuckle-Head with a windshield and saddle bags that have been added. Is it a pre or postwar model? The car behind it appears to a 1941-1942 Ford.
A press photo dated March, 2 1941, showing the attractive Continental for the upcoming season.
A very unique photo which is showing a man and woman who took this radio equipped Dodge(?) sedan on a tour of the country to promote a very early car radio installation. Photo captioned as being taken on June, 9 1922.
What did one do when crossing the border to Tijuana nearly a century ago? Check the boundary monument, or buy banners.
A couple of well appointed limousines doing their duties in winter: a Stevens Duryea above, and a Panhard below, circa 1908.
A nicely equipped accessories shop selling horns of all shapes and sizes, tires, lights and what looks to be a stack of magnetos. The motorcycle is a 1911 one cylinder NSU.
The limousine to end all limousines was this 1910 Pierce-Arrow equipped for serious traveling. This fantastic $8200 machine featured a wash basin with hot and cold running water along with plenty of room for trunks. This car would let a serious captain of industry travel in style for business or pleasure. This Pierce-Arrow was either a…