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.
These clever and hardy folks figured out how to get another full season’s use out of their Harleys.
This Stanley a 1912 Model 88 is lettered Royal Gorge, which is a tourist attraction in Canyon City, Colo. I wonder if it was pressed into service in Mexico during the cooler months ?
Slow day at a car dealership somewhere in Ohio during 1938.
This steam powered engine #39 leaves the fire hour in NYC for the last time on Feb. 20, 1912. Back down the street is posed its replacement which we can also see in the photo below. This unknown brand of pumper has the most unusual radiator I have ever seen. The shape of this radiator…
President Calvin Coolidge and his radio equipped Buick in 1924, both looking quite conservative.
A color postcard and a photograph from the Gene Ingram collection show us where the Maxwell racing car that was posted previously was assembled. The 1909 Model KA assembly area at the Newcastle factory. All of the chassis after being assembled in bare metal were then tested and sent to the paint shop. The completed…