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  • Bob Zetnick

    1904 Eldredge Runabout - The Eldredge 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.

  • Kevin Morrison

    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.

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