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Photos of Early Automobiles from 1895-1920

Bernard Hultstrand in a Jackson car in The Jackson Automobile Company of Jackson, Michigan was a brass era auto manufacturer that produced the Jackson from as well as the Jaxon steam car during and the Orlo in

New HUPMOBILE COUPÉ - San Francisco 1926 - 5x7 Glass Negative

New HUPMOBILE COUPÉ - San Francisco 1926 - 5x7 Glass Negative

San Francisco circa 1920. "Locomobile touring sedan." Sporting the so-called "California top." Christopher Helin

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Let It Slide: 1920 high-resolution photo

1902 Morse Runabout Model A No.1 with Passenger seat in front and the engine in the rear. The only rear engine Morse built and is still extant in Easton.

1902 Morse Runabout Model A with Passenger seat in front and the engine in the rear. The only rear engine Morse built and is still extant in Easton.

*PEDAL CAR ~ Custom

*PEDAL CAR ~ Custom

March 1920. "Republic motor truck at Letterman Hospital, San Francisco, with cargo of oranges." 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin.

March "Republic motor truck at Letterman Hospital, San Francisco, with cargo of oranges." glass negative by Christopher Helin.

A Panhard-Levassor car winning the First Prize, 1891

A Panhard-Levassor Car Winning the First Prize, 1891

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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

1914 Simplex Speedster - Simplex automobiles were made from 1907-1917 starting in New York City and ending up in New Brunswick, New Jersey. This 2-seater has a 4 cylinder 597cid 50hp engine.

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1914 Simplex Speedster - Simplex automobiles were made from starting in New York City and ending up in New Brunswick, New Jersey. This has a 4 cylinder engine. (Another Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!

San Francisco circa 1919. "Cadillac touring car and sedan." http://j.mp/1J1MUMf…

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: A Couple of Cads: 1919 high-resolution photo

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