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The double front-opening doors makes it really confusing, as that is a very unusual feature on such a car.  I'm thinking European too, it just doesn't have the feel of an American car.....

That is why I mentioned Essex. Hudson and Essex both had doors like those.

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1921 Dixie Flyer. Here's an ad from 1920:

http://www.earlyamericanautomobiles.com/images/amer1661.jpg

At least not 1922 as the car in AACA's museum with its portholes in the hood sides. Newer than the 1919 Icelandic example, no center bar there and wooden spokes. 

BTW Leif, there were seven Dixie Flyers registered in the province of Halland only in late 1924. Quite a lot according to me.

dixie flyer site:runeberg.org/autregha/1924nov/

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Simple fix.  If you notice you probably move the cursor down across the "Reply to this topic" and across the toolbar that bolds underlines etc. This will cause your message to use whatever you have high lighted.  I find that sometimes just the weight of my finger on the mouse will high light something on the tool bar.  I find that if I highlight my message I can go up and unclick the underline or highlight or whatever.

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