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Smith_Flyer.jpg
Smith_Flyer.jpgSmith Flyer183 views1915-181 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 16:06Frank: The Smith Flyer was an American automobile manufac...
Spyker.jpg
Spyker.jpgSpyker127 views1905 18HP1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 15:48Frank: Spyker was a Dutch car manufacturer, started in 18...
Napier_T28_Colonial_Tourer_1911.jpg
Napier_T28_Colonial_Tourer_1911.jpgNapier 1911133 viewsT28 Colonial Tourer1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 15:41Frank: David Napier, whose family were originally from Sc...
Morris_1914.jpg
Morris_1914.jpgMorris 1914133 viewsOxford
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1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 15:39Frank: William Morris (1877-1963) operated a cycle shop i...
Valveless.jpg
Valveless.jpgValveless138 viewsThe example on show at the Tolson Museum, Ravensknowle Park, Huddersfield was rescued from a scrap heap in Australia and is the only fully-restored example of the Valveless in the country.1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 11:15Frank: The Valveless was an English automobile manufactur...
Sizaire_Naudin.jpg
Sizaire_Naudin.jpgSizaire Naudin 1909125 viewsVCCA NSW1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 11:06Frank: Sizaire-Naudin began around 1905 with basic single...
Humber_1912.jpg
Humber_1912.jpgHumber 1912139 views1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 07:34Frank: The first car was produced in 1898 and was a three...
Humber_CastFe_3_A.jpg
Humber_CastFe_3_A.jpgHumber210 views• DESCRIPTION: Cast iron threaded hub cap with a brass insert for a Humber automobile built in Great Britain at Coventry between the years of 1898 and 1946. The motif in the center is known as the “Wheel of Life” and was used by Humber for several years. There are traces of nickel on the cap.
• SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 4 7/16” and is 2 5/8” high with internal threads.
1 commentshubcapco08/21/07 at 07:29Frank: Your E Mail asking various questions on hub caps h...
Stellite_1914.jpg
Stellite_1914.jpgStellite 1914131 viewsElectric and Ordnance Accessories Company Ltd
Aston
Birmingham

1913-1914;1919

1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 07:08Frank: Arthur McCormack, Joint Managing Director of the W...
RR_1913.jpg
RR_1913.jpgRolls Royce 1913127 views1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 07:03Frank: In 1884, Frederick Henry Royce started an electric...
Roamer_1919_C6.jpg
Roamer_1919_C6.jpgRoamer 1919316 viewsC6 Roadster1 commentsfrank08/20/07 at 21:40Frank: Barley Motor Car Co. was a manufacturer of automob...
Republic.jpg
Republic.jpgRepublic Six 1913133 views1 commentsfrank08/20/07 at 21:34Frank: Republic Motor Car Company. "Hamilton to have...
Paige_1916.jpg
Paige_1916.jpgPaige 1916167 views1916 Paige 51 commentsfrank08/20/07 at 21:21Frank: Paige was a Detroit, United States based automobil...
Mercedes_1904.jpg
Mercedes_1904.jpgMercedes 246 viewsMercedes 1901 1926 Daimler-Motoren-Geshellshaft, Cannstadt
1904 Mercedes Sport Touring
1 commentsfrank08/20/07 at 21:12Frank: Mercedes-Benz was originated in the 1880s by two m...
Little.jpg
Little.jpgLittle 1912147 viewsVCCA one of two known.
Built in Flint Michigan between the years of 1912 and 1913 at the Flint Wagon Works by William Durant, following his ouster from General Motors. The Little and the Chevrolet were announced at about the same time, both being Durant ventures. The Chevrolet was expensive and well built and the Little inexpensive and poorly built. The Little outsold the Chevrolet and Durant, in an effort to build a better more inexpensive car, combined the individual virtues of both cars into the Chevrolet and discontinued the Little in May of 1913.

1 commentsfrank08/20/07 at 21:02Frank: Little USA 1911 1914 Little M. C....
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