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JOSEPH  SANDERS  COATES - GOSHEN - 1909

JOSEPH SANDERS COATES - GOSHEN - 1909

Spaulding (automobile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Spaulding (automobile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1910 Simplex 50HP Toy Tonneau by Holbrook - (Simplex Automobile Co. Inc. New Brunswick, New Jersey  1907-1917)

1910 Simplex Toy Tonneau by Holbrook - (Simplex Automobile Co. New Brunswick, New Jersey

'69 Torino

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Torino, built for George Poteet by Troy Trepanier at Rad Rides by Troy.

The Halladay Motor Car company founded 1905 in Chicago, Illinois, moved to Ohio in 1917.The company originated Erie Motor Carriage & Manufacturing Company in Anderson, Indiana, bought out in 1902 by Lou P. Halladay.He spent a year earning $30,000 in capital, then renamed the company the Streator Automobile & and Manufacturing Company. The company kept this name until 1913The first Halladay was a large Touring Car powered by a 4 cylinder 35 horsepower Rutenber engine.

The Halladay Motor Car company founded 1905 in Chicago, Illinois, moved to Ohio in 1917.The company originated Erie Motor Carriage & Manufacturing Company in Anderson, Indiana, bought out in 1902 by Lou P. Halladay.He spent a year earning $30,000 in capital, then renamed the company the Streator Automobile & and Manufacturing Company. The company kept this name until 1913The first Halladay was a large Touring Car powered by a 4 cylinder 35 horsepower Rutenber engine.

Forest (1900 - 1907) Production info  (1900 - 1907); Ste des Automobiles Gillett-Forest, (Gillet, Forest, Bocance et Cie); St Cloud, Seine; France

Forest (1900 - 1907) Production info (1900 - 1907); Ste des Automobiles Gillett-Forest, (Gillet, Forest, Bocance et Cie); St Cloud, Seine; France

Herreshoff (automobile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Herreshoff (automobile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1907 Touring Car.. Klink automobile- Manufactured in Dansville, NY..

Klink automobile- Manufactured in Dansville, NY.

In 1911 The American Motor Car Co introduced the “Traveler” that was equipped with four cylinder 50 horsepower engines and 40 inch wheels and tires.

In 1911 The American Motor Car Co introduced the “Traveler” that was equipped with four cylinder 50 horsepower engines and 40 inch wheels and tires.

1905 Dolson Touring Car-J.L. Dolson & Sons (Elmore & Elton) Co. was a popular Charlotte, Michigan manufacturer of horse drawn carriages in the early 1900s. Like so many makers of wagons and carriages of the time they entered the American Automobile market in 1904-1907.The J.L. Dolson & Sons Co. first automobile was a 5 passenger Touring Car that was equipped with a Westerfield two cylinder water cooled engine that developed 15 horsepower.

American Automobiles - The Dolson Automobile and The Dolson Automobile Co. of Charlotte, Michigan

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Image result for elkhart car

1957 Dual-Ghia D-500 - Dual-Ghia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1957 Dual-Ghia - Dual-Ghia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1910 Babcock Model 30 Touring Car

1910 Babcock Model 30 Touring Car by Jeff Settle, via - Babcocks were gasoline powered cars (not the Babcock Electric) made by H. Babcock Co. of Watertown, NY only from 1909 - Henry Holmes Babcock started Watertown’s first carriage factory

1912 Lion Touring Car Lion  The Lion Motor Car Co.  Adrian, Michigan  1909-1912 The Lion was a popular and successful American Automobile produced from 1909 to 1912 by the Lion Motor Car Co. of Adrian, Michigan.  The Lion was produced in two body styles, Both models of the Lion were equipped with a four cylinder 40 horsepower engine.

American Automobiles - The Lion Automobile and The Lion Motor Car Co. of Adrian, Michigan

Ajax (American automobile) - The Ajax was an American automobile brand manufactured by the Nash Motors Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin, in 1925 and 1926. The Ajax was produced in the newly acquired Mitchell Motors Company plant in Racine, Wisconsin.Three models were built, a 4 door sedan, 4 door touring and a 2 door sedan. All models sold for about $1,000.00. In 1926, all Ajax models were converted into Nash Light Sixes.

Ajax (American automobile) - The Ajax was an American automobile brand manufactured by the Nash Motors Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin, in 1925 and 1926. The Ajax was produced in the newly acquired Mitchell Motors Company plant in Racine, Wisconsin.Three models were built, a 4 door sedan, 4 door touring and a 2 door sedan. All models sold for about $1,000.00. In 1926, all Ajax models were converted into Nash Light Sixes.

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