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Does anyone have any information on the Twombley. I have done a search on the net and got some information but never found anything on how many was built or about what are they worth? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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When I first became interested in old cars, when I was 12, I collected pictures of antiques from magazines. I believe it was Popular Mechanics that had an old car every month and they called it, "Name that oldtimer" or something to that effect. One was a Twombly. I thought that was a hilarious name for a car (I still do). I recall it being a tandem seat cycle car. When I left for Vietnam, my mom saw fit to throw out all that old useless stuff

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Std Cat says the 1913 was on a 98 inch whelbase with a 7HP V-twin, the 1914 was 100 inches with a 10HP 4, and the 1915 was a light car with a 16HP 4, but no production numbers are mentioned.

Srd Cat estimated prices (1987?) (my copy says "First Edition, First Printing" but looks like a cheap knock-off) would br sadly out of date, and I have no idea if they were remotrly reliable at production.

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