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1922 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout  - (Mercer Automobile Co. Trenton, New Jersey 1910-1925)

1922 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout - (Mercer Automobile Co. Trenton, New Jersey…

America's first sports car, the 1907 American Underslung Roadster

Proud To Be An American - 1907 American Underslung Roadster

1928 Chrysler CG Imperial 8 Roadster - (Chrysler Corp Auburn Hills, Michigan, 1925-present)

1931 Chrysler CG Imperial 8 Roadster Body By LeBaron Design By Ralph Roberts Carl W Van Ranst Black Fvl - Cars Wallpaper

1906 Cadillac Model K Light Runabout ~ Miks' Pics "Era Automobiles l" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/era-automobiles-l/

Cadillac Model k Light Runabout 1906 Cadillac Model k Light Runabout 1906 Photo 04 – Car in pictures - car photo gallery

1926 Kissel 8-75 Speedster ~~ The Kissel Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturing company founded by Louis Kissel and his sons, George and William, on June 5, 1906 in Hartford, Wisconsin....Brought to you by #OregonInsuranceagents at #HouseofInsurance in Eugene, Oregon

1926 Kissel Speedster ~~ The Kissel Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturing company founded by Louis Kissel and his sons, George and William, on June 1906 in Hartford, Wisconsin.Brought to you by at in Eugene, Oregon Mais

1902 Cadillac's first car ... #https://www.pinterest.com/bartlesville740/cadillacs/

In 1901 Henry Ford forms the Henry Ford Company but quits in a dispute. The company becomes known as Cadillac and in they produce the first Caddy.

1910 Whiting Model A Roadster - James Whiting, president of Flint Wagon Works, built his first car in 1910 after having bought Buick in 1903. William C. Durant, of early GM fame, bought the Whiting line in 1911 and discontinued its production in 1912. He then revamped the Whiting model into the Little Automobile, then took the best features of that Little and combined them w/ a prototype by Louis Chevrolet to create the new Chevrolet Light Six. This car has a 4 cyl., 20hp, 116ci. engine.

1910 Whiting Model A Roadster-(Flint Wagon Works, Flint Michigan 1910