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Berliet_.jpg
Berliet_.jpgBerliet149 views1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 18:27Frank: Berliet was a French manufacturer of automobiles, ...
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Austin_.jpgAustin 1911172 views1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 18:12Frank: Herbert Austin (1866–1941), later Sir Herbert, the...
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Clement_Bayard.jpgClement Bayard125 views1907 Clement Bayard VCCA NSW1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 12:03Frank: Adolphe Clément was an important man in the first ...
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BSA_.jpgBSA 1910 15/20151 views1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 11:56Frank: BSA was founded in 1861 in the Gun Quarter, Birmin...
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Brush.jpg1908 Runabout153 viewsNote the wooden front axle!!1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 11:53Frank: Brush Motor Company based in Detroit, Michigan, wa...
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Grant_.jpg Grant Six Model G Touring 1918135 viewssee comments1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 08:41Frank: Of all the new automobile ventures establishing th...
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Anderson_Electric_NPCB_2_A.jpgAnderson Electric197 views The hubcap is marked: "DETROIT, ANDERSON CARRIAGE CO. DETROIT, MICH." In researching "The Standard Catalog of American Cars" one will find several historical marques called "DETROIT", but only one produced by The Anderson Carriage Co., this was the successful: DETROIT (ELECTRIC)!! As the brass center insert for this hubcap reads "ANDERSON CARRIAGE CO." I am led to believe it could be from a very early, and low production car of 1907 - 19111 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 08:38Frank: The hubcap is marked: "DETROIT, ANDERSON CARR...
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Standard_Car.jpgStandard 1911122 views1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 08:30Frank: The original meaning of the word "Standard&qu...
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Studebaker_.jpgStudebaker 1917149 viewsFound in western NSW. Restored by Roy Wheeler. A great vehicle1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 08:23Frank: Studebaker experimented with powered vehicles as e...
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swift_.jpgSwift 1912117 views1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 08:15Frank: The Swift Motor Company made Swift Cars in Coventr...
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Talbot.jpgTalbot 1915124 views1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 08:06Frank: Talbot was originally the British brand name used ...
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Vauxhall.jpgVauxhall 1911 E-Type Prince Henry131 views1 commentsfrank08/16/07 at 07:54Frank: Alexander Wilson founded the company in Vauxhall, ...
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White_Steamer.jpgWhite Steamer133 views1 commentsfrank08/15/07 at 18:05Frank: White Sewing Machine Company was a manufacturer of...
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Oakland_.jpgOakland 1912130 views1 commentsfrank08/15/07 at 14:27Frank: The Oakland was a brand of automobile manufactured...
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Minerva.jpgMinerva Type EE 192 views1913 Minerva Type EE Sedan - Australian.

Up to 1910, Minerva concentrated on big four-cylinders, including models of 3.8 and 5.9 litres: then they became the first marque in mainland Europe to adopt the Knight sleeve-valve engine, announcing a 38 hp dual-ignition 6.3 1itre four (King Albert was an early patron) followed shortly by models of 2.3 and 4.25 litres. By the outbreak of World War One, the 38 hp had grown to 7.4 litres. There was also a 2.3 litre Fourteen.

The first post-war model was the 1919 NN 20hp four, joined in 1921 by a 5.3 litre 30 hp six, which acquired four wheel brakes in 1923. The TT of 1923 had a sleeve-valve engine of under 2 litres and central gear-change.

The 30 hp was succeeded by the Type AK 32/34 hp, with a proven sporting image, joined in 1930 by the Type AL straight-eight of 6616cc, but the 1930s saw a gradual decline into oblivion for "the Goddess of Automobiles", which merged with Imperia in 1936.
1 commentsfrank08/15/07 at 14:16Frank: The Minerva was an important Belgian luxury automo...
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