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The 1922 Hanover cycle car actually looked pretty good as far as cycle cars do.

 

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

This is just plain beautiful, very pleasing lines.  The side mount fenders are the cat's meow.

 

IMHO.

 

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Did I miss something.  Was this vehicle identified?  That Briscoe-type cyclops headlight is a bit much.  I increased the photo's brightness in photo shop to try to see better what is written on the top side of the radiator shroud.  The word appears to start with a stylized "H", and the word appears to be long enough to spell "HUPP".  Is this a Hupmobile?

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1 hour ago, LCK81403 said:

This is just plain beautiful, very pleasing lines.  The side mount fenders are the cat's meow.

 

IMHO.

 

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The trim down the belt molding is sweat soldered on and some had matching sweat soldered trim around the fender edge bead too - a 1933 V-16 is an outstanding automobile ("when good labor was cheap" is an expression that comes to mind - like a comparable Packard Twelve and a few other marques you were buying one of the best of the best cars on the road)

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53 minutes ago, LCK81403 said:

Did I miss something.  Was this vehicle identified?  That Briscoe-type cyclops headlight is a bit much.  I increased the photo's brightness in photo shop to try to see better what is written on the top side of the radiator shroud.  The word appears to start with a stylized "H", and the word appears to be long enough to spell "HUPP".  Is this a Hupmobile?

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Think it is an Austro Daimler, this turned up on a Google search. Bob 

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3 hours ago, John_Mereness said:

This may be buried earlier on in page 50 to 100 - 1935 Auburn Van Vooren

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where is this now?

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5 minutes ago, alsancle said:


where is this now?

Cleveland - a collection Ed frequently references.

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On 5/19/2020 at 10:46 AM, John_Mereness said:

Frl. H. Weiss in ihrem Parkard Roadster (Zweisitzer)

(Eingeschränkte Rechte für bestimmte redaktionelle Kunden in Deutschland. Limited rights for specific editorial clients in Germany.) Frl. H. Weiss in ihrem Parkard Roadster (Zweisitzer) im Berliner Tiergarten; i.H. der Reichstagerschienen Dame 3/1928Foto: Zander & Labisch (Photo by Zander & Labisch/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

Frl. H. Weiss in ihrem Parkard Roadster (Zweisitzer) : News Photo

 

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On 5/19/2020 at 10:46 AM, John_Mereness said:

Frl. H. Weiss in ihrem Parkard Roadster (Zweisitzer)

(Eingeschränkte Rechte für bestimmte redaktionelle Kunden in Deutschland. Limited rights for specific editorial clients in Germany.) Frl. H. Weiss in ihrem Parkard Roadster (Zweisitzer) im Berliner Tiergarten; i.H. der Reichstagerschienen Dame 3/1928Foto: Zander & Labisch (Photo by Zander & Labisch/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

Frl. H. Weiss in ihrem Parkard Roadster (Zweisitzer) : News Photo

I am looking for a canvas top boot as in this photo for a Packard. 6 or 8 cylinder Packards from  1926,1927,1928, early 1929 would be the same. Any condition for my survivor Packard roadster. Thanks. Jim

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We have seen that Cadillac/Model T wreck before.

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9 hours ago, keiser31 said:

We have seen that Cadillac/Model T wreck before.

How about a Pontiac/Model Train accident ?

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Memorial Day is coming up, thoughts turn to our service men and women (and parades with nice vehicles for this thread).

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Pershing in what might be a Lozier.

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Unfortunately nothing real old or exotic but some press photos I just got in with the first couple being the most interesting. 

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Wow, this photo takes my memory back a long way.  When I was a kid in the '40s I played with a hand pulled wagon similar to the one in the photo,  it had wood spokes and rims.  It wouldn't stand up to much use and abuse.  Because of dryness and age it eventually began falling apart, as did grandma's old wooden tub, primitive washing machine.

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