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Locomobile 4 Cylinder Gathering Place


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  • 2 weeks later...

I noticed a nice dash picture of the White  1913 Model M car shown on the Locomobile 38 and 48 gathering place forum.  This gauge shown above is used on the pictured white Locomobile. 

Al

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I have just received another Locomobile document, EBAY purchase,  that relates to this 4 cylinder Locomobile Gathering Place.  I will share a page a day for your Locomobile  education and enjoyment, regarding the full Locomobile production lineup that I think is for the years 1905 and 1906 and will have some similarities with 1907 also.  I welcome any comments you care to share.

Al 

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Here is page 2 of the Locomobile book for 1905  This one is the page for proof of the date.  Sorry about the clarity, the print is small and I tried several times to get a better print.  Copyright 1905 by the Locomobile company..  The book was printed by  the H.Banchard Co, NY 413907466_AF1QipNSSgQnhNDVk5Tn04ZElmtu3FJ9ivjI1kPKkGF-s512-p-qvp9vf8spofknq3260frcoe0aer08fcncc3m81dbfb1a1ef31da27e85eef301a32a5cxt25-iv6712.jpg.e04caaf3028546130ff971c72febf532.jpg

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Here is the last page of the "Show and Tell" of the original 1905 Locomobile sales Brochure.  If I run across any additional pieces of interest I will show them here.  Maybe if you have some unmarked early automobile parts, maybe the information I have share here will help to identify your pieces and maybe end up helping to restore another early Locomobile.

Al

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I would like to revisit this Locomobile in the light of the pictures posted from this brochure.

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The length of the hood makes me think model F but the rear hub is nothing like the hub of the F. The shaft drive type L had rear hubs like this so I wonder if this car has type L rear wheels.

 

 

 

 

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