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The B.L.& M Speedster

This photograph is from the Peter Helck Collection, showing us the B. L. & M car, appears to have been taken early in 1906. The car which was built by Breese, Lawrence and Moulton, who were young Long Islanders, is shown in front of the Colonial Bank, on 66th St. in NYC. There is very…

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Lozier Speedster

This photo was kindly sent in Lozier enthusiast Mike Turner who believes this is a Model H from 1908.  It was sent to him by a women whose grandfather was the business manager for the Lozier Company and he is shown in the middle of the photo. The car is identified as being  J. G….

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Glasscock Speedster

This custom Packard speedster is a 6th series (1929) creation known as the Thompson Special, and also as the Glasscock Speedster, named for its owner Major Glasscock (presumably the driver). Thompson was a custom body maker in California. Woodlites add to the futuristic look.                       …

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A Colorful Mercury Speedster

A very nice colorized photo of a Mercury bodied Model T Ford speedster. The Mercury was one of the finest conversion bodies that also came with lowering equipment like the special drop forged front axle you can see. In the rear were lowering brackets that raised the rear frame crossmember and spring. The photo is…

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