The Jalopy Journal
Russian Built Zis automobiles. Very cool photo.
Thank you for showing.
Interesting advertisements that are only a few months apart.
The Sedan is a Fourth Series Eight and the last to carry the drum headlights. The...
I do have The Complete Encyclopedia of Motor Cars, 1885-1968 by G.N. Geordano!
......and yes it did have a picture.
Great posts, HJ. I had no idea Porsche was involved. You can see the Porsche personality and strong yet lightweight design basis coming out in...
Port Kent to B-ton? Just out of Port Kent. Looking south-southwest.
It looks like the vehicle of choice for the day is the WC-56 and WC-57. Not much beats the tough look of that type of Command Car.
I believe I have found a car worthy of this thread. I hope.
It is called a "MAJA", pronounced "may-a", from about 1908. It is a "sister" car...
There was an adaptor for the Packard V8 to the hydromatic.
The best candidate for fit may be a fifties Packard Caribbean.
Check the hub center too. May be larger than the GM big car wheel from that...
I'll have to pick up that book too.
There is more irony.
Before A.L.A.M. was formed, the...
Thanks for sharing these.
Searchmont Motor Company
I was just reading about them, last night. Searchmount was one of the initial members of...
Nothing, on this except that a car called the "Disbrow Special" was advertised in classifieds between 1918 and 1919 at 1700 Broadway. It was...
Good eye SUNROOFCORD.
Kit Fosters website posted a photo of a similar Silver Kinight at Hershey (2009?).
Quite an interesting automobile and...
Heads up, slightly used Fiat for sale. New York Herald October 2, 1910 .
I have been away for a while, but busy is good.
Sunroof, AJ, HJ, and Jimi-Shemi thanks for keeping the old S-K V-8 discussion going.
All this talk of sleeve valve engines.
Stearns Knight SK-8 V8 1916 to 1918, sleeve valve technology.
Are any of these automobiles left?...
It has been awhile since I have come across something worthy.
Here is an unusual car featuring a reversible powerplant.
The Watt Motor Car...
I have fond memories of going there as a kid. It was bustling as I remember it.
We did go on the steam powered excursion.
I really appreciate...
Trimph1, Offset, and Sinister.
It is indeed good to see these boats preserved.
I wonder where the original V16 Miller is from TempoVI. A work...
Model A Duesenberg custom.
Comedian Ben Blue posing. According to Floyd Clymers Cars of the Stars (1954).
Schenectady NY Gazette May 20 1911 Ray Harroun.
Ray Harroun “Daring race driver who will pilot the Marmon Wasp in the...
There was a truck tandem suspension on White trucks from the sixties that used torsion rods pivoting at a huge rubber bushing. The name was...
Guy Lombardo and his Miller V16 powered race boat.
Random clipping from newspaper.
Tony Capanna's v16 Marmon
Yes, a Marmon. Tony was thinkin.
Blessed. V16. Aluminum. Big cube Marmon.
Here is another Marmon...
Vinyl roof covering being added to one of about 250 1956 Packard Carribbean Hardtops built. This model was powered by...
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