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The 2013 HCCA New England Gas and Brass Tour

A Model “T” Ford, Model 18 Packard, Model 30 Locomobile and a Model “K” Ford. Although the weather was less than perfect, drivers of around 125 pre-1916 cars recently participated in this year’s Horseless Carriage Club of America’s New England Gas and Brass Tour sponsored by the Autoneers chapter. Held every two years in the…

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Reo’s Streamlined Royale

Relatively unknown to many younger car enthusiasts today, in the early 1930’s Reo built some outstanding, high quality luxury cars. The big sedan seen in this factory photo from May, 1932 is their top-of-the-line Royale. Every bit the equal of similar offerings by Cadillac, Packard and Pierce-Arrow, the Royale became a style leader the year before…

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Street Scene….Rutland Vermont, 1908

A busy street scene, from 1908. The location is Wales Street in Rutland, VT looking north, just south of Center Street. It appears to have been a one way street, and today it is, but in the opposite direction. Over the years, Rutland Machine & Auto Co. were agents for Buick, Franklin, Chalmers, Studebaker, EMF…

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Off To The Races

Above and below are an incredible pair of glass plate negatives that turned up recently with some other photos that were related to new car dealers from the San Francisco bay area. The photos give us great insight into the moving of two Duesenberg straight-eight racing cars and what was involved in the days before the…

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