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Stuyvesant Garage circa 1914?


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Keiser's correct. I think Brush is the only company that used that type of suspension/coil spring set-up. The Packard appears to be around 1909, and still looks fairly new, so I'd guess the photo was taken prior to 1915, if not a few years earlier.

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This shot was taken from an old glass negative and was posted on the "I'm from Kingston, NY" page on Facebook. The Stuyvesant Garage was at 223 Clinton Avenue in Kingston NY. No one knows for sure when the photo was taken. Can anyone ID the cars?

I think the car on the right is a circa 1909 Stoddard-Dayton.

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Car on right is definitely NOT a Stoddard, know that only because I sent the picture to my resident early car expert (who owns a 1912 Stoddard speed car), and his guess is the car on the right is European, probably Mercedes......

He also states the Brush is a very, very early one........

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