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  1. Hi all, I'm completely new to this and honestly overwhelmed with info. I just recently inherited 3 cars from my late grandfather 1906 to 1912. All have been on loan to a museum in Hebersprings, AR til recently. One of which is a 1912 Hupmobile 'run-a-about.' First engine i remember working on with my granddad. It's how he taught me a about combustion. I just want some more info from enthusiast. I'm happy to share pictures brodrick1009@outlook.com. and if any one knows my grandfather (Louis T. Brodrick,) please contact.
  2. Hi all, I'm completely new to this and honestly overwhelmed with info. I just recently inherited 3 cars from my late grandfather 1906 to 1912. All have been on loan to a museum in Heber Springs, AR til recently. One of which (from researching his PC,) is a 1906 Brush package cart? His claim is that it is one of three in existence. I want to know if there is any truth to the claim, given that I've only found the original Brush Company to have operated from 1907 to 1909. I'm 30 now and I remember rebuilding the car with him and a few others, but I was only 10 at the time. Still amazing memories, and great insight into the internal combustion engine. Any information would be appreciated and I'm happy to share pictures upon request. brodrick1009@outlook.com. If any of you might have known my grandfather (Louis T. Brodrick) please contact me.
  3. Hi all, I'm completely new to this and honestly overwhelmed with info. I just recently inherited 3 cars from my late grandfather 1906 to 1912. All have been on loan to a museum in Heber Springs, AR til recently. One of which (from researching his PC,) is a 1906 Brush package cart? His claim is that it is one of three in existence. I want to know if there is any truth to the claim, given that I've only found the original Brush Company to have operated from 1907 to 1909. I'm 30 now and I remember rebuilding the car with him and a few others, but I was only 10 at the time. Still amazing memories, and great insight into the internal combustion engine. Any information would be appreciated and I'm happy to share pictures upon request. brodrick1009@outlook.com. If any of you might have known my grandfather (Louis T. Brodrick) please contact me.
  4. Hi all, I'm completely new to this and honestly overwhelmed with info. I just recently inherited 3 cars from my late grandfather 1906 to 1912. All have been on loan to a museum in Hebersprings, AR til recently. One of which (from researching his PC,) is a 1906 Brush package cart. His claim is that it is one of three in existence. I want to know if there is any truth to the claim, given that I've only found the original Brush Company to have operated from 1907 to 1909. I'm 30 now and I remember rebuilding the car with him and a few others, but I was only 10 at the time. Still amazing memories, and great insight into the internal combustion engine. Any information would be appreciated and I'm happy to share pictures upon request. brodrick1009@outlook.com
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