This photo shows the Trans-Continental Lincoln Highway in eastern Pennsylvania in 1922. Many roads in the 1920s were still unpaved, as the road to the right shows. Even though it is a dirt road, it still merits a billboard advertising the thoroughbred Mercer Automobile.
This photo shows a White Steamer sitting out in front of a photgraphers shop as an advertising piece in Marine City, Michigan. Postcard photographers were at many spots were early motorists enjoyed their new machines and touring. The picture postcard was the perfect thing to send home or to friends to show off your car…
Jack Mattes in his racing car which is based on a Model T Ford with an overhead valve racing head. Mattes won the 1923 State Championship in Wisconsin with the help of Dow Metal Pistons which were of a light alloy.
Undeterred by the snow, these guys proudly show off their homemade speedster, which looks like it began as either a Chevy or Dodge c. 1927.
A very nice image of a Rumely 15-30 Single Cylinder kerosene burning tractor taken during 1912. This photo appears to be take somewhere out in the Plains States during the big expansion westward. I have seen one of these running in person and they literally shake the ground.
A couple of Coppers on a near new Harley-Davidson and sidecar with a very distintive windshield. Photo from 1924
A 1906 or early 1907 Stanley model F touring, with a 1907 VT plate registered to John S. Patrick of Burlington, VT. Mr. Patrick did not have the car steamed up when the photo was taken (by Mr. Homer Locke), because we can see the throttle is wide open — the lever on the steering…