A dashing young man on his motorcycle by an unknown maker posed in front of an Excelsior dealers shop. The tank insignia under magnification appears to spell Jefferson. It is a very attractive and sporty looking machine that I hope that someone can give us a positive ID on. Note the gasoline sign on the…
Miss Ester Stevens of Newark, New Jersey poses on her Harley-Davidson motorcycle with a sidecar. She was in Rochester for a motorcycle meet. RMSC Photo. 100s more motorcycle photos can be seen here on The Old Motor.
An early fifties Ford at a typical of the period gas station. This unknown newspaper archive photo is showing an attendant checking the gas level during gas station strike at a station on Greenfield St., Detroit. Photo dated as Apr 30,1952.
An interesting photo of driver Toland Nicholson at Ascot Speedway in LA, taken during November of 1919 with his Hudson factory team car. If I recall correctly there were two or three team cars and smiling Ralph Mulford drove one of the others.
Dave Lewis who went on to a sucessful racing career is seen on this postcard after winning the 100 miler on the beach. This was the first production year for Stutz with their famous Bearcat, which shared the same chassis as this racer. The factory race cars had the radiator and engine set back about…
Morehead Motors in Aberdeen, Washington shown in a photo taken circa 1955. They look like a successful dealership who sold Studebaker and Packard. The sign in the front window is announcing that this is their new home. Perhaps one of our readers knows more about them ?
Handsome looking Stanley model F (20 hp) circa 1905, the first year F’s were built. Location not known, but could well be in New England where sales were strong.