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ID this car

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by patrick66, Jul 4, 2012.

  1. Not a hot rod, just a cool pic of a 'Teens car that I've never seen before. Can anyone ID this beast?

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  2. Mopar Jack
    Joined: Jan 24, 2010
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    Mopar Jack

    Whippet maybe...
  3. The37Kid
    Joined: Apr 30, 2004
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    1913 Rambler, great tour car, the curved bars in the radiator are the first clues. Bob
    Last edited: Jul 4, 2012
  4. a50merc
    Joined: Apr 20, 2008
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    it looks like a 1916 Briscoe touring Car USA

    just my 3.5 cents
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  5. henry29
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  6. Flatman
    Joined: Dec 20, 2005
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    Right hand drive?

  7. Mr48chev
    Joined: Dec 28, 2007
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    A lot of the early American cars were. They took on the same driving position as a wagon drawn by horses as most of them were set up to drive the team from the right hand side.
  8. Most vehicles built from 1885 to around 1913 were right-hand-drive, no matter where they came from, for the reason described above. Just prior to WWI, most US builders went to LHD, because it was easier to see oncoming traffic from the driver's (left) side of the car. The US adopted the practice of driving on the right side of the road very early on, in most states. About 60% or so of the world these days is left hand drive, the other 40% RHD. Right-hand drive is the rule in Great Britain and the vast majority of what was once the British Empire (India, Australia, etc), along with South Africa, Japan, Burma, and other countries.
    Last edited: Jul 5, 2012

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