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I recently acquired these two sales brochures which date from about 1915 to 1925. One is for the Stutz Motor Car Company, featuring 25 pages of photos, diagrams, specifications and racing history for Stutz Bearcats and Runabouts. The cover has separated from the inner pages and some pages have stains but are still very legible. The other is for the Mercer Automobile Company, model 22-73, with 24 pages of photos and descriptions of their various models. The cover of this one has also separated but the pages are pretty clean. Both brands were very successful in racing during the "brass cars" er
1911 Mercer, Type 35, race about sports car replica: it is an all steel replica built many years ago by a very skilled craftsman. This car will start anytime even after its been sitting and with good brakes is very dependable. It is the ultimate fun driver and parade car. It is full size exact replica of a 1911 Mercer Race about equipped with a 1953 Chevy truck 235" 6 cylinder engine and rests a 1940 chevy truck frame, manual transmission, and rear end. Gear ratio has not been changed in the rear end. Rear end has new bearings. Mileage unknown on the engine but it performs we