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We are debarning a 1914 Saxon that has been the family for 50 years or so. Has anyone got information or photos that they could share with us. This one is quite original and was ran successfully on road just 5 or 6 years ago. We would appreciate any information or directions to sources of information that could be returned to us.<P>Thanks.<BR>Don

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I assume you have done web searches on Saxon. But just in case, here are some sites I found that might help you on your car.<P>There is a Saxon car history at a <a href="http://members.tripod.com/~roaring_twenties/car_questions_at_roaring_twenties_antiques226.htm">roaring twenties</a> web site. There is a photo of a 1916 Saxon at the <a href="http://www.mbautomuseum.com/Tour/Saxon%201916.htm">Manitoba Auto Museum</a>. A little interesting snippet from a <a href="http://www.car-nection.com/cadillacdatabase/dbas_txt/Lasalle.htm">La Salle history</a>:<blockquote>The La Salle cars were assembled in a plant located at Ford Road and Wyoming in Detroit in what had once been a plant owned by the Saxon Motor Car Company. That plant had been taken over by Chrysler Motors and formerly used to assemble DeSotos.</blockquote>A story and a photo of a 1916 Saxon Photo by <a href ="http://www.angelfire.com/ny/carrotpatch/page5.html">the owner of one</a>. A blurb on 1915 Saxon in the <a href="http://www.southward.org.nz/exhibition/cars/q_t/">Southward Car Museum</a> in New Zealand. And, finally, the list of available literature about Saxons from <a href="http://www.autolitshop.com/shop/searchresults.asp?ProdManList=ALL&ProdTypeList=1%2DUSA%2FSaxon&inexid=4UOCNKCK4K">AutoLitShop.com</a><p>[ 10-12-2001: Message edited by: ply33 ]

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hello, Yes i might be able to help a little but first can you send us some photos if possible of the 14 saxon because we have one that we know is a saxon but not exactly the correct year. thanks

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