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The 1906 Frayer-Miller Racing Car

This photo shows a 1906 Frayer-Miller that was one of three that were entered in the Vanderbilt Cup Elimination race that year on Long Island. The Frayer was on a 94″ w.b. with a crankshaft-driven fan that cooled the engine. The engine itself was 7 1/4″ bore x 6″ stroke which works out to a 990.78…

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The Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Company

Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck

Recently we featured a photo of a street scene taken in Los Angeles, California, in the mid-twenties. A truck in that photo has been identified as being a Kelly-Springfield, which was built by the Kelly Motor Truck Company of Springfield, Ohio. The Company was started in 1910 when E.S. Kelly, the owner of the Kelly-Springfield Tire…

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1907 Point Breeze 24 Hour Race

A series of photos from the Peter Helck Collection show the Lozier team at the second Point Breeze 24 hour race in Philadelphia, on June 28-29, 1907. Above are on the left Harry Michener and Ralph Mulford in their winning car. On the right are Monty Smelzer and Linknoum in the other team Lozier. The…

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