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1899 Winton Phaeton Winton Motor Carriage Co. Cleveland, OH  1897-1924

1899 Winton Phaeton Winton Motor Carriage Co. Cleveland, OH 1897-1924

1906 Success - The Success was a high-wheeler motor buggy made in St Louis, Missouri only in 1906. This car has a gas powered, air cooled, 2 cylinder, 10-12hp. engine w/ chain drive and sold for 250. ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓ Gᴀʙʏ﹣Fᴇ́ᴇʀɪᴇ ﹕ Bɪᴊᴏᴜx ᴀ̀ ᴛʜᴇ̀ᴍᴇs ☞  http://www.alittlemarket.com/boutique/gaby_feerie-132444.html ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓

1906 Success - The Success was a high-wheeler motor buggy made in St Louis, Missouri only in 1906. This car has a gas powered, air cooled, 2 cylinder, 10-12hp. engine w/ chain drive and sold for 250. ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓ Gᴀʙʏ﹣Fᴇ́ᴇʀɪᴇ ﹕ Bɪᴊᴏᴜx ᴀ̀ ᴛʜᴇ̀ᴍᴇs ☞ http://www.alittlemarket.com/boutique/gaby_feerie-132444.html ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓

On November 6, 1899, James Ward Packard test-drove his first Packard automobile.

On November 6, 1899, James Ward Packard test-drove his first Packard automobile.

1904 Searchmont Type VI Tonneau - Searchmont evolved in 1900 from the Keystone Motor Company of Philadelphia (1899–1900) when that company had been bought out by Theodore C. Search, head of the Stetson Hat Company, and other local businessmen. Due to the financial problems of one backer and the car's high cost the automaker went out of business in 1904 after 4 years. This is the only Searchmont in existence. It has a 2 cyl., 10 HP chain-driven powertrain.

1904 Searchmont Type VI Tonneau - Searchmont evolved in 1900 from the Keystone Motor Company of Philadelphia (1899–1900) when that company had been bought out by Theodore C. Search, head of the Stetson Hat Company, and other local businessmen. Due to the financial problems of one backer and the car's high cost the automaker went out of business in 1904 after 4 years. This is the only Searchmont in existence. It has a 2 cyl., 10 HP chain-driven powertrain.

O Ford mais antigo do mundo que se tem notícia será levado a leilão nos EUA. Com 109 anos de idade, o modelo T será uma das estrelas do leilão realizado pela casa de arremates RM Auctions nesta semana e pode ser vendido por até US$ 500 mil (R$ 1.0129.750), segundo estimativas da empresa.

O Ford mais antigo do mundo que se tem notícia será levado a leilão nos EUA. Com 109 anos de idade, o modelo T será uma das estrelas do leilão realizado pela casa de arremates RM Auctions nesta semana e pode ser vendido por até US$ 500 mil (R$ 1.0129.750), segundo estimativas da empresa.

The First Packard Car….The Model A 1899-1900 | The Old Motor

The First Packard Car….The Model A 1899-1900 | The Old Motor

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