An interesting early hose car that is on a converted automobile chassis. This maybe a chemical unit which used a chemical reaction to build up pressure in the tank. It has an appearance that is quite close to that of a 1911-14 Cadillac chassis and perhaps one of our readers will be able to positively…
An great car and driver are seen in these two photos, the car above is Ralph DePalma’s famous 90 hp Mercedes. Below the master driver is seen on his way to winning the 1914 Santa Monica Road Race which was held on February, 26 1914.
A photo showing a family ready to head west during the great depression in their Model A Ford coupe.
An interesting photo showing the inside of the Post Garage in Middletown, New York. Two early Model T Fords are visible, the nearest one is lettered with the garage name. In the foreground are two Ford engine assemblies on saw horses.
This is not the image Jordan used when it launched their great ad bearing the oft quoted “Somewhere west of Laramie!” This looks all too familiar and timely for those of us in New England as “mud season” officially opens.