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European mystery

I have no idea what make this is, but it is a wonderful car and family portrait. The acetylene generator sure looks like the square Rushmore unit found on American cars of this era. Let’s hope one of our viewers recognizes the make and shares it with us.

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Quite a view

It appears everyone is looking at the lake. Apparently just a posed photo. Car is a one-year-old 1905 one-cylinder Cadillac with a 1906 Pennsylvania license plate on the front. The occupants are dressed in their finest driving attire. That must be old mud on the front of the rear fender.

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Simply the Fastest-Leon Duray

By Ivan Požega: 1928 was a memorable year in the racing career of Leon Duray. For Indianapolis Leon had a Miller 91 cu in Front Drive car that had been reworked from his 1927 mount. The addition of a very large intercooler, and the use of methanol fuel were instrumental in Leon setting a qualifying record that…

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