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A Gould Topped White Bus

A very nice and sharp image of a White bus carrying a Gould top probably taken for Gould in San Francisco. The photo is courtesy of Tom Jakeway who earlier treated us to a series of photos of attractive Gould-topped automobiles. The Camas Stage company may have been located in Camas, Washington which is northeast…

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Sporty Roamer Touring Cars

The photo above shows us three 1919 Roamer touring cars with Rochester-Duesenberg engines next to the factory. The 1921 touring car below is wearing a heavily padded California top featuring octagonal quarter windows and landau irons. It also is wearing wheel discs over its wire wheels.  Photos from the Fred Roe Collection, courtesy of Racemaker Press.

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A Mystery Automobile With A Gould Top

A very interesting pair of photos of a car with a California top, which were promotional photos for The Gould Top Company. This automobile is an unknown but it has a resem-blance to the Lewis automobile which was last produced in Wisconsin in 1916. We are hoping that our readers can tell us more about this…

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A Gould Topped Pierce-Arrow

Another fine photo from the Gould Top Company showing a 1913 or earlier Pierce-Arrow wearing one of their California tops. Note the privacy curtains visible thru the rear quarter windows and the attractive curve just to the front of it. Photo courtesy of Tom Jakeway.

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