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April 15 in What is it?
What is it?
No guesses anyone ? The small 30 HP Locomobile ? Did any of the very early 30's use the slightly smaller hubs of the Model E ?
Not sure what this automobile is but it is not any Locomobile type. Wrong hubs, steering wheel, running board brackets, radiator configuration, fenders. I am wondering about Chalmers?
So many of these "Speedsters/Roadsters" were being marketed at the time, here is a 1912 Hudson "Mile a Minute" Roadster for example, has the eyebrow fenders, 12 spoke front wheels, may suggest a relative? The non-streamlined dash may suggest pre 1910.
Electric sidelights and gas headlights suggest 13/14. Notice the bustle on the back. I thought to start with it was a Palmer Singer but I believe the hood is too short. Below is a Palmer Singer.
Everyone made these, like this one, not sure just what it is, never heard of Havers 6-44 Knickerbocker?
Here is a factory Speedwell. Pretty close.
Car in question lacks the Speedwell's upturned rear fenders and curving dash/cowl panel.
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