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Your Name: Denny Eaton    
Your Location: Council Bluffs, Iowa
Date: 2010-06-14 07:32:52

Comments[162]:

Benton and I returned home Saturday evening with "one" of Bob's purchases at the Sat. auction we attended.....he will be returning to Topeka for the balance and will let him enlighten you further if curious minds want to know. Later, Denny


Your Name: Tristan Bidapool    
Your Location: UK
Date: 2010-05-29 15:23:36

Comments[161]:

Love cars, great site


Your Name: nwa    
Your Location: uwa
Date: 2010-05-24 13:55:15

Comments[160]:

i don land here


Your Name: rose    
Your Location: south africa
Date: 2010-05-24 13:53:24

Comments[159]:

I love this site very much


Your Name: Joe Magnan    
Your Location: Kalispell, Montana
Date: 2010-05-13 01:08:16

Comments[158]:

My mother in law has what we were told is a 1912 Studebaker. It has a Studebaker emblem on the radiator, and it looks a lot like the pictures on your web site of the 1912 Studebaker E-M-F Model 30 Demi Tonneau. The body is a good match. but the lights look different.It is in really good condition for its age, and is reported to have been stored indoors all of its life. We start it up and drive it into town a few times a year just for fun. It is reported to be 100% original, right down to the paint, leather seats, and wood frame foldable top (fabric is gone). It has an electric starter with a battery box mounted on one of the running boards.I will try to email some pictures to John Daly to see if he can help me with the proper identification of this fine old vehicle.


Your Name: Russell Everitt    
Your Location: Toronto, Ontario. Canada
Date: 2010-05-04 11:53:03

Comments[157]:

These cars fascinate me so I come back to your page every once in a while to see how you are doing with this car. Very interesting to follow your progress.


Your Name: Larry Bogan    
Your Location: Waverly , Iowa
Date: 2010-04-09 21:48:39

Comments[156]:

I am 72 yrs old and have pictures of My Grandpas E-M-F. I was trying to findwhat year it was. H bought it new and it came in by rail, and they had to finish putting on the doors, windshield fenders, etc.


Your Name: Andy Wigfield    
Your Location: Hamburg, Mn
Date: 2010-04-03 15:18:26

Comments[155]:

I have a 1911 Flanders I'm currently restoring, and by looking at your site it looks to be about the same vehicle. I'm sure they were all pretty much the same thing back then. I really enjoy your site.


Your Name: Joe A    
Your Location: Somonauk
Date: 2010-04-02 08:10:54

Comments[154]:

So, is this like a support group or something? I have this friend... we'll call him JMD, and he is an EMFer. Tell me straight... is there any hope for him?


Your Name: Gregg Lange    
Your Location: Saginaw, MI.
Date: 2010-03-30 19:32:45

Comments[153]:

Great site! Idon't own an EMF, but I own an old photo of one. I found it in an antique shop in Des Moines IA. on the way to the Chickasha swap meet earlier in MAR. It is post card size of a 1911 Standard EMF 30 with a brass radiator shell I believe. I will get it scanned and enhanced and e-mail a copy to use as you like. According to Cuthberts artical '11's should be painted but your archive of recent EMF photos includes a n '11 Standard with a brass shell? The Kimes-Clark Standard Catalog of American cars does not include a Demi-tonneau or a Standard in the 1911 line up?


Your Name: Larry Arnold    
Your Location: San Gabriel CA
Date: 2010-03-09 20:43:24

Comments[151]:

One of the best Automotive web sites,full of good information.


Your Name: steve clark    
Your Location: new jersey
Date: 2010-02-12 17:44:54

Comments[150]:

i,m a car nut and saw emf at a hershey car show


Your Name: Bob Benton    
Your Location: Omaha,NE
Date: 2010-02-04 16:46:08

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Your Name: Clarence Rutherford    
Your Location: Kentucky
Date: 2010-01-19 13:29:26

Comments[148]:

Great website.


Your Name: Susan    
Your Location: Nebraska
Date: 2009-12-11 18:26:18

Comments[144]:

Hi I am trying to email you some pictures of an EMF that a realtive of mine used to have. I keep getting a failure on your email could you send me a message so I can reply. Cool sight I didn't know there is such an interest in these kinds of old cars.


Your Name: gwen    
Your Location: detroit, mi
Date: 2009-12-05 13:59:26

Comments[143]:

Byron F. Everitt is/was my great uncle. The Henry Ford (museum)in Dearborn, Mi has at least one of the E-M-F cars. Your site is most interesting! We may have some photos, but much pertaining to Uncle Barney's automotive endeavers has been displaced over the years as his nieces and nephews are now all deceased.


Your Name: Bob Kew    
Your Location: Ontario, Canada
Date: 2009-11-29 16:49:51

Comments[142]:

Website is very nicely done, Thanks


Your Name: Stephanie Meck    
Your Location: Mechanicsburg, PA
Date: 2009-11-17 21:20:57

Comments[140]:

Wonderful site! Thank you for creating it.


Your Name: kathy kwiatkowski    
Your Location: california
Date: 2009-11-08 10:58:17

Comments[139]:

I am searching for info about a sedan. It was scavenged extensively. I have a plate from in the wheel well, serial # 1271007.


Your Name: W. King    
Your Location: Detroit
Date: 2009-10-31 19:43:54

Comments[138]:

I am very interested in the early automotive companies, their history and staffs. Looking forward to your website and will comment again. William King



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