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So you want to see some Pictures of 1910 E-M-F Automobiles? Well, you have found the right page

Select the body style of the car you would like to see from the quick links in the menu on the left, or the selections below, or just scroll down. Click on the small picture to see the full size picture. ENJOY THE PHOTOS!!!

If you have a picture of an EMF you would like included here, please send it to me either via e-mail or US-mail at the address' below. If you choose to use the US mail to send me a photograph, and wish to have the photo returned, please also send a Self Addressed Stamped envelope along with the photo. Include important data such as Year, body style, owners name and any other data you would like included such as serial number etc. THANKS!!!

Five Passenger Tourings Roadsters Demi-Tonneaus Misc


1910 Five Passenger Touring Cars
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1910 Touring car from factory literature.
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1910 Touring car photo.
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1910 Touring car photo.
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1910 Touring car photo.
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1910 Touring car with a group of men out for a site visit.
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E-M-Fs lined up at the starting line of the Savannah race in 1910.
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A 1910 E-M-F 5-Passenger Touring participating in a road rally in 1910.
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A lineup of 1910 E-M-Fs(Actually the one on the left is a 1909) that was used on an advertising postcard. Note the children in the driving positions.
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This photo appeared on the AACA discussion forum with the owner, Ben Holt, looking for an ID on the car. We identified it as a 1910 E-M-F. Ben says of the photo: "This is a photo of Jacob Siegelman and his wife, with his relatives (including my grandmother) in his 1910 E-M-F Touring Car outside the Murphy house in Eldorado, Illinois." Thanks for Ben for allowing it to appear here.
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This picture was sent to me by Bill Sterling in hope that he could track down the current where-about. I do not have this car listed in the E-M-F Registry DB, but there are many cars in the DB that do not have serial number info. If you know of the where abouts of this car, Please let me know and I will get you in touch with Bill. The car is serial number 14372.

He says of the car: "The car belonged to my great uncle. Note that the number on the license plate is the same as that of the registration. To your knowledge, is the car shown in the attachments still in existence (listed in your database)?"

CLICK HERE for a picture of the original registration
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This picture of 1910 E-M-F 5 Passenger touring is supplied by William Crestwell. William collects period photos of early automobiles. Thanks to William for allowing it to appear here.
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A nice picture of what looks to be a 1910 E-M-F 5 Passenger Touring. Note the lack of a windsheild and the roll up storm front.
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The Fourth Annual Midsummer Automobile Tour of the Royal Templars of Manitoba occupied 72 days in June, July and August of 1911. It covered over 3000 miles and entered every electoral district an included 232 public meetings. In addition to local helpers, no less than 56 speakers and singers took a turn in the auto. The photograph shows Albert Stewart and W.W. Buchanan in the front seat. In the back seat, from left to right, are C.F. Czerwinski, Grand Councilor; Rev. Andrew Moffatt and Herman Telke, Grand Trustee. This image was on a period post card. Notice the front doors. Very interesting. Front doors were a 1911 Feature, but this cars rear fenders are more in style with the 1910 models.
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This photo of a 1910 E-M-F 5-Passenger Touring was submitted by Jim Loos. He says of the picture:

The driver is Chester W. Clow, of Backoo, N. D., and I think the photo was taken there in 1910 or 1911. His daughter, Maurine, is in his lap; she was born in 1908 and appears to be 2-3 years of age. The woman seated in the middle of the back seat is Chesterís wife, my great aunt Ellen Terrill Clow. The other three women are probably Chesterís relatives, but I do not know the exact relationship. Chester was a banker. Around 1916 he and his family moved a few miles from the hamlet of Backoo to the town of Cavalier, ND (county seat of Pembina County), where he remained in the banking business until he retired in 1941.

Thanks to Jim for allowing it to appear here.
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A very nice picture of Michael & Paula Germane on their wedding day in their 1910 E-M-F Touring affectionately known as "Sydney", overlooking the bay in Bristol, Rhode Island.
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1910 Touring owned by Bud van Nordheim at the time the picture was taken. This picture was found in an article on the EMF in an issue of "Automobile Quarterly", Volume 17, number 4 (1979) on page 353.
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1910 Touring owned by Carles Reylek at the time the picture was taken. This picture was found on a post card that my mom had hidden away. She was cleaning out her old things and noticed that it was an E-M-F, so she set it aside for me.
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1910 Touring owned by Larry Jarman at the time the picture was taken. This car is serial number 15016. This car is now owned by Jochen Johann zur Rocklage in Germany. Here are some other pictures of this E-M-F: E-M-F from the Side and E-M-F with top down
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This is a nice picture of Walt Grove's 1910 5 Passenger Touring, serial number 16122. This picture was taken in front of the Mount Washington Hotel in New Hampshire on a New England Brass and Gas Tour. Thanks to Walt for the Great picture.
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This picture was sent to me by Bob Reeves of his 1910 5-Passenger Touring. This is a Canadian built E-M-F from the Walkerville plant. Thanks to Bob for this great picture.
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This is the 1910 E-M-F 5-Passenger Touring on display in the Studebaker Museum in South Bend, IN. It is owned by one of the members of the E-M-F Registry, and he placed his tour banner for the 2006 E-M-F Factory Outing Tour on his car in the museum.
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1910 Roadsters
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1910 Roadster owned by Gordon Langeneger in Sarasota, FL. When this picture was taken the car was owned by "Bellm's Cars and Music of Yesterday". This picture was found in an article on the EMF in an issue of "Automobile Quarterly", Volume 17, number 4 (1979) on page 344.
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1910 Roadster owned by Mac McAnlis in Wadsworth, Ohio at the time of this entry (04/05/01). As of 05/16/01 it is owned by Art and Margaret Morra of Burgettstown, Pa. Here are some additional pictures. Photo_1, Photo_2, Photo_3, Photo_4, Photo_5
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This picture was sent to me by John Ferreira of his 1910 E-M-F Roadster. Thanks to John for the great photo.
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This car was formerly owned by Anthony Astorgano and was for sale on this site when this entry was added.

CLICK HERE for picture of rear of car.
CLICK HERE for picture of Drivers area or car.
CLICK HERE for last picture of car.


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1910 Demi-Tonneaus
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None listed at this time. If you have a picture of a 1910 Demi-Tonneaus , please send it to me.


1910 Misc
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This is a picture of Wesley Sargent who bought this E-M-F Second hand in about 1914 and drove it until a year before he died in 1950. You can see that the body has been bult custom and the top is from a much later car. Thanks to Susan Cody for sending in this picture and allowing it to appear on this site.
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