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  1. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Remington advertised his 1909 in the Mar-Apr 1985 issue of the Antique Automobile, asking $95,000.
  2. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Thanks for establishing the attribution!
  3. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Here is Ed Zelinsky in his Stanley 740 sedan in 1965, firing up a cold burner, judging by the reaction of the crowd. Reported as either a 1922 or 1923, he owned it from at least 1962 to 1983. My roster only shows a handful of sedans from this period, and I'm not sure which one this is. Any help with earlier or later owners would be appreciated.
  4. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    These photos were taken in the very early '40s. The owner was Sheriff Jesse Z. Feese, of Alma, Nebraska. The 1909 White on the right side of the group photo is known today The Stanley Mountain Wagon was initially snagged by James Melton, and in modern times it won a Best In Class at Amelia Island last year. But the 1910 White in the middle of the group, and in the individual photo, remains a mystery. Any ideas?
  5. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Someone must have a copy of the Bulb Horn that reported on that meet?
  6. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Who would have thought there'd be another photo available, of the same car at the same event?!? This one was printed in the program for the June 11-18, 1949 Antique Auto Show in Philadelphia.
  7. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    The still is Cameron Bradley's Mercer Raceabout, now living in California - with that same paint!
  8. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Here's a flock of '14 (?) Loziers - maybe some of them are the same car? An unrestored car in 1954 - A. R. Cheek in Denver in 1964 - A car that was at MovieWorld in the '80s - A car that was on the HCCA National tour last year -
  9. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Here's another mystery Lozier - not much to go on in the photo. referred to at various times as a 1910, 1912, or 1913, Whitney Snyder drove it on the 1951 & '52 Glidden tours.
  10. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    According to a 1967 newspaper article, Parker purchased the car in 1950 from the Moodie estate - presumably referring to Frank Moodie, Alberta oilman. It would be really interesting to read something from the teens about a car that still exists. And only two family owners in 105 years!
  11. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    At the moment it may be undetermined - http://www.vintagemotorcarsusa.com/vehicles/details_new.php?id=444
  12. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    I think the Hunsberger car still looks like it did when restored - here's the 1967 Antique Automobile cover photo. What a magnificent car. Not sure where it is now - maybe still with that family?
  13. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Re the color Alberta photo - C. N. Parker of Red Deer, Alberta drove this car on the 1958 tour from Fernie to Vancouver. He experienced magneto trouble which put him behind the other participants for a while, but he eventually caught up. Maybe this photo is from part of the troubleshooting. He also entered the car in a cross-Canada centennial tour in 1967, but the license plate was different at that time. There's a small clue that this car moved to California in 2009, destination there unknown.
  14. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Here's the Henry Austin Clark Pierce-Arrow wagon on the 1951 Glidden Tour. It appears to be different from the Al Hood car. No help in figuring out where either of them is today...
  15. StanleyRegister

    Then and now: where did these prewar cars go?

    Thanks Lozierman! I was wondering how there could be 2 different big Loziers attributed to Mr. Huntington. The touring car looks sharp, but my goodness, the limo had a stunning and unique (and historical) presence.