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The 1910 Pope-Hartford racing team cars

The Pope-Hartford company being an early auto manufacturer, had a long history of competition that reached back to at least 1904. We are very fortunate to be able to show you what may very well be the best photo to survive of one of the Pope-Hartford racing team cars. This four-cylinder racing car appears to…

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An early Cameron automomobile mystery

This is the second in a series of very clear and interesting Cameron photos that are being posted here on The Old Motor. Information on the make is scarce, so it is not known exactly what purpose this early Cameron was built for. Based on the stripped-down appearance of the unique early four cylinder with…

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The interesting Cameron Air Cooled Car

The Cameron car was was built between the years of 1903 and 1920 and during its production span, the car was produced in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Michigan and finally in Ohio. Everett and Forrest Cameron first produced a steamer, but then soon moved to having the first air-cooled gasoline car (below left), produced by…

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