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  1. Thank you! I am planning to post on other Studebaker forums as well.
  2. Thank you for your help, kmstrade. Unfortunately the old auction disappeared from ebay archives and I stupidly never saved a photo. The attached photo is identical to the Motometer I saw, except it had the dealership name printed under the Studebaker logo as they sometimes do. He also had another dealership so it might also be "T.W. & L.O. Naylor Co." Another ad attached. Thanks again for your help. It is greatly appreciated.
  3. Hello Studebaker enthusiasts, My great great grandfather started out building Studebaker wagons in Salt Lake City in the 1870s. Eventually he sold Studebaker cars. My great grandfather, L.O. Naylor, later operated a Studebaker and Nash dealership as L.O. Naylor & Company in Idaho Falls circa 1916. An ad featuring my great grandfather from a 1916 issue of Horseless Age is attached. I am searching for a Boyce Motometer bearing the name of his dealership, L.O. Naylor & Co. I found an ended auction for one on eBay about five years ago and have been looking ever sin
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