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Your Name: Rick Brown    
Your Location: You know
Date: 2016-09-04 15:50:48


Nice seeing Amy and you Sat. Nice site!

Your Name: Alex Cauthen    
Your Location: Texas
Date: 2016-09-03 19:05:44


You are putting a lot of work into this page. Thanks, E-M-F's are true orphans and you rarely see much about them outside of sites like this. Thanks for the effort, it is appreciated!

Your Name: Larry Linder    
Your Location: Clovis CA
Date: 2016-05-03 01:16:02


Looking at buying a 1912 EMF Touring,but have lots of questions since the only two cars shown manufactured in 1912 on your Technical Info page was a Coupe and a Roadster. Also noted the head lamps and rear tail lamp are the same as the 1914 Model T. (Not all brass, half tin) This seems incorrect when ooking at the other members 1912 EMF where everything is two tiered sold brass. Not sure where I should be on the purchase price. This is car on scale of of 1-10 is a number 3 with a much older restoration showing faded paint and wear. Larry Linder

Your Name: Larry lombard    
Your Location: Colorado
Date: 2016-03-10 20:19:14


This was program St Colorado ghost town club tonight on March 10.

Your Name: Philip Faller    
Your Location: Cleveland Ohio
Date: 2016-02-23 10:55:53


I work for Vintage Moror Cars in Cleveland Ohio. We have the "Smallest Perfect Car" is a miniature EMF 30 touring car built by Swanson Bros of Stromberg Neb.It is being restored right now as I write you. I will send pictures to you.

Your Name: lina    
Your Location: indonesia
Date: 2016-02-08 18:43:49


This website is very interesting to see, the article is very interesting to read. I hope that in posting articles useful for readers.

Your Name: Steve Redelman    
Your Location: Kouts Indiana
Date: 2016-01-06 06:47:47


I just bought a 1909 E-M-F that has been apart for 60+ years. It appears to have not been driven much at all. I found your web site to be a Fantastic Site. I hope to meet you and other members of the E-M-F following. I want to thank you for your fine work on this site I know how much work you have put into it. Thank you Steve Redelman

Your Name: barry dawson    
Your Location: shasta ca
Date: 2015-10-26 00:14:32


Found your site while researching an E-M-F 30 headlight I recovered from a creek bank 20 years ago while kayaking. Great to see the origin of this old light.

Your Name: Scott Salamango    
Your Location: Detroit
Date: 2015-10-14 20:09:40


My wife and I live in a house previously owned by William Metzger. We are very interested in learning more about his life and would be interested in finding higher resolution pictures of him to display in the home as a way to honor him. Please respond if we may be able to have a dialogue.

Your Name: Walt Kaufman    
Your Location: Colgate WI
Date: 2015-08-25 17:56:00


Very nice website, Thank you!

Your Name: Walt Kaufman    
Your Location: Colgate WI
Date: 2015-08-25 17:50:44


Very nice website, Thank you!

Your Name: Monty Eades    
Your Location: Arlington, TX
Date: 2015-08-12 08:22:09


I just learned that my great grandfather, Dr.M.H.Eades drove an Everitt in Sweeny,TX. in 1917. Glad to find this website. Would be super to find his Everitt. I don't yet know anymore about it: year,model,if he brought it from MO.on the train as others brought their cars??? Thanks

Your Name: david leitner    
Your Location: michiganlik
Date: 2015-05-17 14:15:04


i would like to know more about my car studebaker flanders 20

Your Name: ray pitt    
Your Location:
Date: 2015-05-08 06:12:07


nice site

Your Name: Frank Castella    
Your Location: pleasant valley NY
Date: 2015-04-28 16:19:55


Looking for a brass car 1915 or earlier affordable , drivable, not necessarily restored.

Your Name: duane lyon    
Your Location: Redding,CA
Date: 2015-04-19 16:10:07


This is my first time visit of this web site..........prompted by a letter from Joe and Betty Swann who are planning their next adventure. Their letter directed me to their 2012 EMF adventure which you host on this web site. I'm very impressed with this web site........very informative and easy to navigate. Thank you for all the effort you've devoted to it! Duane Lyon, Vice President Redding Shasta Cascade Group HCCA

Your Name: Derek DeGrate    
Your Location: NC
Date: 2015-02-13 19:03:58


Great site!

Your Name: Bob Hale    
Your Location: Claremont, CA now
Date: 2015-02-01 11:26:28


Greetings, John. Yesterday in San Dimas, CA, near the Ace Hardware store an EMF 30, Racing Number 36, was parked. Great looking machine - several of us wondered who the owner is, who didn't seem to be in the immediate area at the time. I don't think it was at the Grand National Roadster show the previous week, at least I didn't see it there. Please let me know if you have info about it. Thanks.

Your Name: Gary Fiske    
Your Location: Enosburg Falls, Vermont
Date: 2015-01-05 13:37:02


Nice web site. With Flanders from Vermont, I might get lucky someday and own one. I have been able to find no price guides for EMF vehicles, can you direct me? GCF

Your Name: johan schaeverbeke    
Your Location: Belgium
Date: 2014-11-15 10:34:49


hallo, I have big interest in the Flanders cie, because I live in Flanders the upper part of Belgium, where 60% speaks Flemish is the same as Dutch what they speak in Holland,and we are neighbours. I have a motorcycle museum at the coast close to Bruges and Ypres(Ieper) I have a photo of a V cilinder Flanders motorcycle, and now just discovered where the name comes from....I visited Detroit long time agoo, and have been singing in Michigan, and visited allso the Ford factory, but in that period unfortunately I didn't allready collect vintage motorcycles. Thanks for all your info and if you come to Europe, don't forget to come to Bruges, one of the most beautifull places on earth, small but lovely.My museum is in the biggest motorcycle hotel of, museumsite

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