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Sightseeing in 1926 - Car to ID

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You may well be right, though the similarities are pretty close. Locomobile has 30 louvres on the bonnet sides, which seems more than in the photo. Body, headlamps, wheels and fenders are exact match; but I have never seen a radiator badge or good picture of one of either car.

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I recognize Keiser's book as "Antique Automotive Collectibles" by the late Jack Martells, a great ref. for badges, early hub caps, hood ornaments and the like. It has everything. His quest was insatiable. He was peddling his book at "Carlisle PA" about 1981 I purchased a copy and he purchased a NOS brass cap off my table.

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