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  1. I think it could be a Dagmar automobile.
  2. I see it now. There is no body on this car past the cowl! Going back to the original post and looking through the windshield, there are no seats or upholstery showing The taillight and rear license tag are also clearly visible through the windshield. The lack of body may help determine who owned it in these pictures.
  3. In the parade picture, there appears to be no body past the windshield / cowl and no doors. It also looks like the passenger and driver are standing because the tops of their heads are showing above the windshield and the passenger is holding on to the windshield for support!
  4. Wayne, In looking at the photo again, the car to the right of the Pope Toledo is another Pope Toledo. The hood shape and raised area for the hood louvers look to be identical. Dan
  5. The car to the right of the limo (with front wheel, fender, headlight, hood, etc. showing) is a Pope Toledo.
  6. I think it is a 1914 Model 79 Overland. Overlands have a radiator fill spout that is oval in shape and you can barely see that in the photo. Also, the hood and cowl, the electric lights and the sweep of the front fender help identify it as Overland.
  7. The tall radiator spout, the rounded cowl and the hood access doors point to it being a Royal Tourist of about 1907.
  8. The blue touring car is the one that was in an antique car museum in Stone Mountain, GA for many years.
  9. I would also guess an Overland based on the radiator cap and the shape of the radiator.
  10. I'm pretty sure that the "Heave" photo is a 1909 or 1910 Model 36 Pierce Arrow.
  11. Jim, Tell us the manufacturer of the sonic pest repellent you are using. Thanks!
  12. I think it is a KisselKar. The radiator is very distinctive with the rounded shape at the top and the angled lines at the lower corners. I don't think the radiator or hubcaps are consistent with an Oldsmobile.
  13. The shape of the hood and radiator look a lot like an Overland. The shape of the radiator cap also looks oval, so I definitely think it is an Overland.
  14. I agree that the second picture is of a Buick, most likely a 1910 Model 17. Dan
  15. I agree with Varun on the identification. Here is another picture of a 1911 Marion Model 30-A (also identified by Varun). It looks like the picture in the OP above.
  16. George Schuster was a driver / mechanic and the only one of the American team who went the entire distance in the Thomas. "The Longest Auto Race", is the book he wrote about his experience. On page 18, on the morning of the race (Feb. 12, 1908), he went to the Harry S. Houpt Agency (Thomas dealer) and states, "in the garage I found a shining new gray Thomas Flyer". Based on his book, the racer was a new 1907 Roadster (with some modifications), not one previously raced by Monty Roberts.
  17. Car # 4 is a 1905 or 1906 Winton and Car #5 is a 1911 Pierce Arrow. Dan
  18. I don't think it is a Model A Taxi either. That particular car looks to be larger than a Model A Ford.
  19. I believe the second picture is a 1914 or 1915 Chevrolet Baby Grand. The radiator emblem looks to be the well known Chevrolet "Bow Tie". Dan
  20. Regarding the second group of photos: the second and third ones are of the same car and look to be a Panhard Levassor. Photo 5 shows a Chalmers and a Maxwell. I'm not sure what photo 7 is, but it is not a Model K Ford. The engine, hood, steering wheel and column to name a few are not similar to early Fords.
  21. I think it is definitely an Overland. The radiator shape, the distinctive oval radiator filler, the cross bar between the frame horns and the shape of the fenders all lead me to believe it is an Overland, around 1910.
  22. That last picture looks like about a 1911 or 1912 American Underslung.
  23. Has it been determined when and where the 2020 Reliability Tour will be? Thanks, Dan
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