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Author: Gaute Sunday, 28 August 2016Photo from a long gone hot summer of 1915... Norway. Picture of my great, great aunt and her unknown friend. The plate shows the number A563 (Oslo), but I can't find any info before 1922 - and then this number are clearly placed at another car. So, have anybody a clue what car we see here?
Gaute Öiseth (owner of 2pc 1923Star - yes, american made, not very fashionable, but they are good enough for me!)
Author: Sarah bettsworth Friday, 15 July 2016
Author: Roger R Brown Wednesday, 24 August 2016I am researching the back ground to the RedeX product prior to 1940. Ideally I would like to know who made the RedeX instrument which were on sale in the late 30's; was RedeX made on the premises of Wayne V Myers in London SE1 and finally, how did the Wayne V Myers distribute RedeX thro'out the UK because, according to an ad. published 'Practical Motorist' in July 1939 RedeX had 12000 outlets?
Thank you, Roger Brown
Author: RIOU Wednesday, 24 August 2016Promenade de ma Belle Famille en 1930 dans un véhicule pour moi inconnu
Author: alex Monday, 22 August 2016
Author: Horacio Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Author: Chris CB Tuesday, 16 August 2016
An avid follower of our site - Chris CB - is looking for the collective thoughts on this photo. His great grandparents were in the continent. their driver at the wheel and his grandmother the dapper young lass aboard.
He thinks it is a Sunbeam, given the Rotax lamps but he is not sure.
Author: Walter Miller Tuesday, 09 August 2016
Author: Karel Vermeer Friday, 05 August 2016
here is a picture of a few girls sitting in en on an MG.
what I don't know is when is this picture taken, right after or during the war or is it taken while making a movie?
Tuesday, 02 August 2016
Pictured is a GAUMONT PARIS dashboard switch. I would like to obtain information on it's operation and features.
Top centre is an amber window behind which sits a festoon globe. I belive this has something to do with ignition, but don't know when it should show light and when the light should be off.
Below is a small knob with pointer that can be turned to the letter O or F.
Central on either side are brass caps under which I think may be fuses.
Centre below that is a 4 - position knob for lights.
And in the base are two apertures for connection of a lead for a trouble light or some other accessory.
Any further information on operation or wiring would be appreciatred.
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