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  1. This is a fabulous car, restored in the 1960s as part of the almost legendary Deemer-Seeley project. This photo came from a 2012 piece in Hemmings - https://www.hemmings.com/stories/article/proud-to-be-an-american-1907-american-underslung-roadster It was still wearing that restoration, and owned at the time by Van Horneff. It has since been re-restored, and I think it looks even better now. I don't know who owns it, but here it was at its most recent auction, last year - https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25719/lot/187/
  2. I've been very pleased with the work I've had done on my 1913 Paige by a shop in southeastern PA. If that's good for you geographically, PM me.
  3. A neat photo of a Scout and a Tourist. I wish the Archive would post in in higher resolution. Here's some reporting on that show.
  4. 1913 Type 56A Traveler - the wheelbase itself is over 11 feet long. We're fortunate that this fabulous car has survived.
  5. This is a 1913 Type 22A Scout. Type 22B of the same year would have electric headlights. Thanks for the tip! I added it to the web page - AU Period Images - 1913 Type 22A Scout (stanleyregister.net) At this point, the site has over 200 period images of American Underslungs - thanks to everyone for your help so far!
  6. The picture in the snowy ditch was used in an advertisement in Motor World for Jan. 26, 1911.
  7. This is a really nice shot of a 1911 American Traveler, available from the Detroit Public Library at https://digitalcollections.detroitpubliclibrary.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A225958 . Remarkably, they have 4 additional images of what appears to be the same car, located here - https://digitalcollections.detroitpubliclibrary.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A169264 https://digitalcollections.detroitpubliclibrary.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A169404 https://digitalcollections.detroitpubliclibrary.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A225980 https://digitalcollections.detroitpubliclibrary.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A225981 More period photos of the American Underslung are available here - American Underslung Repository
  8. This is a great photo of a 1910 roadster from the Detroit Public Library - Edward Goodman in American Underslung automobile | DPL DAMS (detroitpubliclibrary.org) . There aren't many photos of this model, and no survivors. Thanks!
  9. Beautiful photo of a 1911 Traveler. There was one on the site that was taken at the same time, but from a slightly different angle. I have added this one - thanks, Bob.
  10. All these period photos and more are now available on the American Underslung Repository, at American Underslung Repository (stanleyregister.net) You can quickly review period photos for every year and model, as well as get an overview of specifications, at AU Year and Model (stanleyregister.net)
  11. All of the pages for existing cars are finished. Period image pages for all models have been populated. Catalogs for every year are either available or linked. Enjoy!
  12. Thanks! Check out a larger version of this photo here - AU 1913 Scout ex Powers (stanleyregister.net)
  13. It's actually pretty simple. 1. I contributed solid research, information and photos to a forum thread. 2. I followed forum rules and protocol. 3. An administrator or moderator destroyed my contribution. The name of the person who destroyed it is immaterial, as well as which other forum members needed punishment. The rules and procedures that caused the destruction of my work are still in place. Any future contribution has the potential to be subjected to the same treatment. Why would I contribute any more?
  14. Thanks very much, I added that link to the Catalogs page.
  15. The AACA forum universe is not a democracy - no one has a vote. Decisions are centralized in a single individual. Destruction of forum content created by people who are NOT misbehaving is exceedingly poor stewardship of public trust.
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