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    1904 Eldredge Runabout - The Eldrege automobile was a product of the National Sewing Machine Co. in Belvidere, Illinois from 1903-1906. This car has a horizontal 2 cyl. , 8hp engine and cost 750 when new. Note the lack of windshield and top that usually were only available as aftermarket items in the early days of the automobile.

    1899 Nesselforf 2 seater President

    1904 Pope Tribune - (Pope Mfg. Company, Hagerstown, MD 1904-1907)

    1903 Crestmobile Model D Two Passenger Runabout

    The tires of this 1904 Oldsmobile Model N Touring Runabout were not chosen for their color. Until B.F. Goodrich introduced “carbon black” into the vulcanizing process in 1910, automobile tires were white.

    1954 Allard - a thing of beauty

    1905 Queen Model E Touring - Queen automobiles were made in Detroit from 1904-1906. This model has a 2 cylinder, 18hp engine.

    1953 Studebaker At Barrett-Jackson's

    '36 Auburn Roadster

    Cars - 1897 Phaeton from

    1917 Case 7-Passenger Touring. Case, the same manufacturer that also built agricultural equipment, made automobiles in Racine, Wisconsin from 1911-1925.

    1909 peerless raceabout

    1919 Pierce-Arrow 66 A-4 Tourer Known as the "Arbuckle Pierce-Arrow," this magnificent automobile is one of the only custom-bodied Pierce-Arrows ever built and is a true example of the Golden Age of automotive art and elegance. The car was designed and built at Don Lee Coachworks of Los Angeles, Calif. for the film star Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle.

    2005 Holden Efijy

    1950 Nash Soooo cool

    Duesenberg Neo

    1915 Van Blerck Special Speedster

    1931 Marmon Sixteen, one of only two known.

    1913 AC Sociable Runabout - Car Pictures

    1934 Duesenberg