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  1. A nice write up from the @hemmingsmotornews blog on the AACA Library Bookmobile https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2018/04/16/aaca-library-wraps-up-restoration-of-bookmobile-puts-it-back-on-the-road-full-of-books/#comments View the full article
  2. Hi John, I think you meant to type "but" and accidentally typed "put". However, I was able to understand what you meant and I thank you for the correction regarding the use of Eastern Times. I'm sure many of our potential customers were very confused by our reckless use of "EST". See you in less than a week! -Chris
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    Cadillac ad from 1955

    Cadillac ad from 1955 View the full article
  4. The AACA Library is selling a 1950 Chrysler Windsor Club Coupe on Ebay right now. All proceeds will go directly to the library. You can see the auction by clicking here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1950-Chrysler-Windsor-Club-Coupe/142951648161?hash=item2148950ba1:g:nVwAAOSw7oZbqOd2 We've loaded extra pictures of the car here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ifgeguuhh5w0q86/AADy-ITGH6JKagd1lTC4DbgTa?dl=0 We invite any interested bidders to come see the car in person at the AACA Library, 501 W. Governor Road, Hershey, PA 17033. Questions can be emailed to critter@aaca.org or simply call us at 717-534-2082 Finally, you can see video of the car running here:
  5. The AACA Library is auctioning off a 1950 Chrysler: Looking for a fun fifties driver? This lovely 1950 Chrysler Windsor Club Coupe could be yours! The AACA Library is auctioning off this historic vehicle on eBay right now, with proceeds benefitting our organization. It comes in a beautiful Racine Blue, the same color used to advertise the car in period sales literature. Speaking of sales literature, we will also be throwing in some vintage 1950 Chrysler catalogs and brochures, which make for great conversation starters during car shows! For more details, please view the listing: https://www.ebay.com/itm/142951648161 View the full article
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    Graham 1937 brochure excerpts

    Graham 1937 brochure excerpts View the full article
  7. 1933 Cadillac illustrations from a sales brochure View the full article
  8. (#19) What is it? Identify that car! We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! This one is a truck, loaded with patriotic men, women, and children in support of the soldiers driving it. View the full article
  9. What is it? Identify that car! We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! Based on the radiator badge, this appears to be a Paige. Can you guess the year? A note on the reverse side indicates the photograph was taken during the summer of 1916, so it can’t be a model later than 1916. View the full article
  10. What is it? Identify that car! We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! These three pictures appear to feature the same car. Bonus points if you can identify any of the locations. View the full article
  11. (#11) What is it? Identify that car! We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! The couple is covering the front end, but the back end of the car is visible - including the rear window. View the full article
  12. (#12) What is it? Identify that car! We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! An adorable picture of a little boy sitting on the running board of a coupe. This one features disc wheels. View the full article
  13. (#14) What is it? Identify that car! We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! This one’s an electric vehicle. View the full article
  14. What is it? Identify that car! We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! There is an inscription on the back of the photo that indicates that this image was taken in Sabino Canyon near Tucson, Arizona. View the full article
  15. (#16) Traveling through Yosemite’s Wawona Tunnel Tree: These five photographs were taken at different times in the same location. The Wawona Tunnel Tree was a popular tourist attraction at Yosemite National Park. The entrance was carved out of a giant Sequoia in 1881. The tree lived to be over 2,000 years old but ultimately fell to the ground in 1969. The cars in these photographs currently remain unidentified. Feel free to send us your guesses. We will check your work and let you know if you are correct! View the full article
  16. (#22) What is it? Identify that car! Ranier National Park Edition: We recently received a massive collection of prewar car photographs. We are equipped to identify cars in photographs. Due to the volume of unidentified images, we decided to try something new….and something that is hopefully fun for you! Do you think you have what it takes to ID the vehicle(s) in the image? If so, please give us the make and model year and, whenever possible, the reasons why you believe your identification is correct. Some vehicles will be easier to identify than others, but we will share them all with you regardless. After we receive some guesses, we will check our available resources to see how you did. Good luck! This photo was taken at Ranier National Park. View the full article
  17. Excerpts from a 1970 Chevrolet Accessory Booklet View the full article
  18. Some Stearns-Knight images of a 1912 model View the full article
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    The Crosley Sports Utility

    The Crosley Sports Utility View the full article
  20. Franklin Olympic brochure excerpts from 1933 View the full article
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    Bronco lineup for 1966

    Bronco lineup for 1966 View the full article
  22. Steering wheel clocks from MOPAR 1953-54 View the full article
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    Jeep Cherokee ad from 1974

    Jeep Cherokee ad from 1974 View the full article
  24. Hupmobile sales brochure excerpts from 1934 View the full article
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    Some Hudson ads from 1951

    Some Hudson ads from 1951 View the full article