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  1. also similar to a 1909 Cadillac "30" demi-tonneau..?
  2. There was an old photograph posted containing a "Mystery car" on the MTFCA board a while ago- after some spirited back and forth the general consensus was that it was a Gale. That discussion turned up at least one Gale (and possibly two more) still in existence, with pictures! http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/822076/869692.html?1528068680
  3. looks like a 1950 Desoto "custom" between the house and barn, and a 1950-52 Dodge "wayfarer" semi-fastback sedan on the lawn.
  4. It is an after market knock-off wire wheel adapter and cap, probably not terribly old.........https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz7mFU4955Y
  5. 1908 Stearns is chain driven, with bassackwards spring shackles on the front frame horns. Both have those flimsy front mud gaurds and the steering whell angle and type seem to match.
  6. possibly an 1910-11 Overland? More flag trivia, via Homer and Apu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAy3J1vlGKs
  7. its one of those fiberglass kit cars that proliferated in the late 1960's- 1970's. Kelmark, Fiberfab, Manta, Sterling and a few dozen more built GT coupes like that, ROUGHLY based on the LeMans dominating Ford GT40. Here's a similar appearing Fiberfab Avenger/Valkyrie. Notice the abundance of smooth lines and volumputious curves---- now look at the CAR!
  8. All U.S. market Buicks were RHD until 1914, when they followed Ford's (and a few others) lead and adopted the LHD configuration. Most other U.S. automakers quickly followed suit, but the last stubborn holdouts didn't do so until the early 1920's.
  9. Here's a 1909 Buick model 17. Notice the unique placing of the rear door handle to the rear of the door- that must have made exit/entry a bit awkward!
  10. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurel_Persu