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The McFarlan – The Pride of Connersville, Indiana

1915 or 1916 McFarlan Series T Seven-Passenger Touring Car The McFarlan Motor Corporation, located in Connersville, Indiana, like many other early automobile manufacturers first started out in the carriage business in 1856. 1910 brought the introduction of the first car, a large high-quality six-cylinder automobile that set the stage for all future vehicles the firm built. The…

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The Westinghouse Gasoline Car and very interesting 1904 forging and welding films from The Library of Congress

The Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co. had a long early history of industrial manufacturing in the areas of electrical equipment, electric motors, generators and railroad air brakes. Many are not aware that the company also made a gasoline-powered automobile between the years of 1905-1907. The car was designed in Pittsburg, PA., but was reported to…

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