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Your Name: Big Mike    
Your Location: Fallbrook, California
Date: 2011-06-06 09:58:34


Just saw an EMF 30 at a car show near me. I also enjoy the early technology of the cars. Am a Chevrolet guy myself (35, 37, 39), but do enjoy others. I have a picture of the EMF on my blog @ I may be looking for an resto project as therapy for the military down the road. Bet parts are almost impossible to find.....Michael

Your Name: jw everitt    
Your Location: seneca oregon
Date: 2011-05-25 17:25:37


I'm a bit of a motor head but did not realize there was a car called the everitt.

Your Name: Dick Bober    
Your Location: Willington, CT
Date: 2011-05-16 11:17:48


Attended Horseless Carriage show in Reading, PA on Sunday, May 15. Enjoyed seeing 3 EMF 30 touring cars in beautiful restored condition at this show! Prompted me to revisit EMF history and found your webpage. Was interested to see that Bill Cuthbert authored your spotter's guide - he has been a staunch Hupmobile club member for many years, and wrote the definitive Hupmobile history book. Do you know how he is doing? I have heard that he is in ill health.....

Your Name: goldfishka    
Your Location: goldfishka
Date: 2011-05-09 05:25:13


Thank you, very nice post.

Your Name: Don Cantrell    
Your Location: Billings, Montana
Date: 2011-04-27 11:44:53


My Grandfather, Otis Davis, had the first know Montana car dealership in Rosebud, Montana. He sold EMF cars. I am on the Board of directors for a museum in Billings and we want to do a display honoring Otis and the EMF automobile. I am looking for some ads that EMF might have had that I can copy or display and any information on the cars that I can find. Can you help? Thanks, Don

Your Name: David White    
Your Location: Maine
Date: 2011-04-14 07:33:59


Great site. Loved the "not responsible" section! Currently looking at a 1911 for sale on HCCA and trying to find more about the history. I'm looking for a reliable touring car as I love to drive. Your thoughts on EMF's reliability would be appreciated. Thank you.

Your Name: AndyFletcherg    
Your Location: AndyFletcherg
Date: 2011-04-11 21:14:52


Hey - I am really delighted to find this. Good job!

Your Name: Hendrik Delport    
Your Location: South Africa
Date: 2011-04-03 14:01:24


I am the proud new owner of a 1908 EMF,the tires are a problem.

Your Name: Jim Benjaminson    
Your Location: North Dakota
Date: 2011-03-30 16:33:02


Trying to make contact. Have early Flanders photos to share for the website.

Your Name: japan earthquake    
Your Location: japan earthquake
Date: 2011-03-15 01:21:10


Who would like to support donate to Japan? It's' very sad regarding what is happening in Japan, so help donate! Japan needs your help!

Your Name: Howard DeLozier    
Your Location: Fort Collins, COLO
Date: 2011-03-08 05:47:36


I somehow got Bob Calverts card with hupp website and am looking for a 1912 Hupp radiator emblem Howard DeLozier---970 482 8381

Your Name: Arnold Eck    
Your Location: Essex, MD
Date: 2011-02-14 20:42:56


100 years ago E-M-F and Studebaker merged forming the Studebaker Corporation. Happy 100th!

Your Name: uticuouro    
Your Location: uticuouro
Date: 2011-02-09 21:39:55


This is the best webiste I have seen for antique car information. Well organized and easy to find information. An E-M-F sounds like the car to get.

Your Name: Jennifer    
Your Location: Windsor(Walkerville) Ontario
Date: 2011-01-19 13:28:19


This is an interesting read. I was looking up information about our old print shop at 530 Walker Rd. in Windsor(WALKERVILLE). It is supposedly the corporate office you speak of in your notes. If you would like to see a picture of this building you can go to our newspaper, The Windsor Star, and click on ''vaults V''. You may also find interesting that our family (the Kimmerly's), were responsible for Lincoln Toys. Thanks for the information, Jenny Kimmerly

Your Name: JepWeroSora    
Your Location: JepWeroSora
Date: 2011-01-09 19:52:08


I find myself coming to your blog more and more often to the point where my visits are almost daily now!

Your Name: Peter Gillespie    
Your Location: South Africa
Date: 2011-01-07 22:00:43


You have a great site here and good reading.I have just recently purchased a Flanders 20 but have not yet taken delivery of it.Should be in the next few days.After reading your site it makes me want to go out and buy an EMF30 if I can find one.Well done.Regards Peter

Your Name: David Neagley    
Your Location: Mechanicsburg, PA
Date: 2011-01-06 12:30:57


Very interesting! I was not aware of the E-M-F brand, after decades of dog-earing publications about all things automotive. Thanks for a well-organized and informative site.

Your Name: Arnold Eck    
Your Location: Essex, MD
Date: 2011-01-05 00:36:41


I found your site while researching for the website I'm working on about my car, a 1964 Studebaker Cruiser. I should have a basic page up by mid January, 2011 at I would like to include a link to your site. Good luck with your car. I hope we never run out of people who enjoy keeping these old machines alive.

Your Name: Ben Doverman    
Your Location: USA
Date: 2010-12-31 10:43:24


great work!

Your Name: MIKE ORGAN    
Your Location: vincennes, in
Date: 2010-12-30 03:49:12


i can not get over all that you have done. this is a very very good web page. i am not building a car right now. always thought i would give it a try some day. i do have two old cars, and i will send you some pics some time. you dont make it look easy, but you do make it look like fun. thanks. mike organ

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