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Wanted: the right tires for fabulous HPOF 1910 Reo

1910 Reo

David Coco, a long time Hershey friend is asking your help for this incredibly original REO : "The size Michelin we're looking for (and what's on the car now but worn out) are as close to original size as he can get (editor: we wonder which make of tires and which exat size was used originally..?). Car runs and drives great, all original, never restored.  The tires on it now were installed by owner and me about 15 years ago, took 8 hours, lots of curse word, and a little blood. The fact we're still best of friends after that ordeal says a lot!"

Editor: to contact David Coco, go here.

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 Attention: open in a new window. Print E-mail

A Bentley-London 'Muppet' Mystery?

Anyone know if this is a radiator cap?- Seriously

Louise Browne sends this picture and adds: "This has been sitting on our heart for the last fifty years or so. My father was an engineer and in the past he was a racer and stuntman. I have no idea what this is. I had thought it must be a radiator blanking cap, but I can't seem to find any brass ones. Is this the real McCoy and did it come from a very early model? It's probably really easy so sorry if I'm a muppet but I would love to know."

Editor: Well if you're a muppet, we are the same. We have no idea how to place this Bentley-London cap, no matter if it's a radiator blank of a hubcap, this one being the closest example we found. So like usual the truth should come from our loyal readers who basically know everything!

Monday, 27 April 2015 Attention: open in a new window. Print E-mail

A great day at Beamish Steam fair

Beamish Steam fair

James sends his report on the recent steam fair:
"I have enclosed a selection of pictures taken at the Great North Festival of Transport at Beamish Open Air Museum which took place over the weekend 9th – 12th April, a thoroughly enjoyable weekend will a great selection of vehicles on display. These ranged from my 1925 Morris Oxford through to a 1912 Silver Ghost once owned by Harland & Wolf the famous ship builder from Belfast which constructed the Titanic. Many other vehicles were on display these included a 1905 Star, A First World War Battle Bus which had been brought up from the London Transport Museum for the weekend. Also at the event all the way from Aberdeen was a spectacular Dennis Fire Engine."

Sunday, 26 April 2015 Attention: open in a new window. Print E-mail

What is it? Quiz #393

What is it? Quiz #393

It's will be the first truly sunny & warm weekend, so we decided to give you an easy one. A very nice havana shaped racing car with not too much engineering efforts on the front part. For those who hate the use of white wall tires (or tyres) this early 1920s racing photo must be an unpleasant revelation... In fact the history of white wall tires is going back to 1914. Anyway don't expect any more clues fromm us. What you see what you get. Tell us what you know about the car. Marque. Year. Model and maybe what you know about this specific photo. Adding trivial knowledge which is not readily available onm the web, may give you an edge to other competitors. 

Answers in the comments below (please do not e-mail) and be sure to read The Rules under Read More. This may be your chance to win the infamous PreWarCar T-shirt and wear with with pride at this season’s events! Results and photo source will be published next Saturday.

Saturday, 25 April 2015 Attention: open in a new window. Print E-mail

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