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After a week with Model T's and Thanksgiving why not a Truck? And that's what it is. For those who have visited the museum it may be easy. On the other hand it's not one of those museums seen by 'everybody'. According to sender, the truck seems to be an orginal, not a later conversion. The US manufacturer was active in producing wagons and carriages nearly half a century before the first automobile came on the roads.
Their own first car had an aircooled engine. Later on they had a french engine designer and they even produced a V8 for a short time. The radiator speaks for itself so we will leave you with this. To have a chance winning the infamous PreWarCar T-shirt, give us the very best descxription of the above car in terms of make, year and type. Before posting your answer, please read carefully The Rules under Read More.
(photo source will be revealed next Saturday, December 7)
Hardly a comfy position to land your behind on the sharp top of the bumper, just to have a nice pic. The sweet dog seems wiser having chosen for the soft curves of the mudguard. Photo collector and car historian Eduard Hattuma sent us this photo depicting Simone Steen for our 2014 calendar. She didn't make it in the selection. Possibly as the editors were in doubt which car Simone is presenting? We thought of Ford, Willys, yet the lower part of the radiator shell made us doubt. 1925 Chrysler?
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