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Your Name: Willem van der Horst    
Your Location: Wassenaar The Netherlands
Date: 2009-10-28 14:12:04

Comments[137]:

Excellent web-site. I'm looking for the EMF emblem in ESP (or is it EPS?)format. Can anybody help? Thanks in advance, Willem


Your Name: JOHN MALONE    
Your Location: Ireland
Date: 2009-10-23 12:22:15

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Your Name: George D. Childs    
Your Location: Kennard,Texas
Date: 2009-10-04 12:07:41

Comments[132]:

I grew up in the car business(40/50s)but had never heard of the EMF autos.My father took me to Detroit and South Bend but I guess a person can only absorb so much at a time.This is a nice site and helps keep history alive and I salute you for it.Please keep up the good work for future Gen's.Best-GC


Your Name: Jim Morrison    
Your Location: Michigan
Date: 2009-09-23 00:56:02

Comments[123]:

I was happy to find this page. I found a emblem in my garage 18 years ago when we moved in, though it looked cool and it's been hanging on the wall ever since. I though it had something to do with the Eaton Rapids Fire Dept. Today I though I would see if there was any info on it on the web. I must be stupid, I never knew it was a emblem for a car. Now I know, Thanks Jim


Your Name: Jim Wynne    
Your Location: Chester, VA
Date: 2009-09-06 13:11:31

Comments[122]:

I have really enjoyed navigating through your website and reading about your EMF restoration project. I look forward to your updates.


Your Name: Hijo    
Your Location: # Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CA
Date: 2009-08-03 13:32:56

Comments[121]:

Hola, Padre, I just wanted to let you know how awesome you are and that this website is amazing. I can't wait for the day we can go driving together, me in one car and you in another! We need to work together to get there though! Tu Hijo


Your Name: William H Beeler    
Your Location: Athens, Ohio
Date: 2009-07-24 10:10:09

Comments[120]:

Very nice site! I visit to see how your projects are coming along. I have some stray EMF parts that I don't need and would like to get them to a good home. Again, great site! Bill Beeler


Your Name: Brian Dockery    
Your Location: North Carolina
Date: 2009-07-22 11:30:36

Comments[119]:

Very very interesting. Great stuff. Also checking out studebakerhistory.com and other great sites. Lots of good info! Thanks


Your Name: Kit Maxwell    
Your Location: New Zealand
Date: 2009-07-09 18:46:11

Comments[118]:

An excellent website. I wish one was available for my car;- a 1913 Flanders branded as Maxwell 50/6, as i can not find any others of my model car


Your Name: Alan Pedersen    
Your Location: Orangeville ILL
Date: 2009-06-14 06:46:45

Comments[117]:

John first of all you must have a great wife! I have been involved in some auto projects but not of the E.M.F.s magnitude I admire your courage. Good luck with your project


Your Name: James Whytock    
Your Location: Teeswater. Canada
Date: 2009-06-13 20:03:31

Comments[116]:

I have a postcard, that I think might be an E.M.F. If I e-mailed you a picture would you be willing to try and identify it. Right now I am at a dead end trying to get the proper identification Thank you James Whytock


Your Name: Dennis Tapley    
Your Location: Sebastopol, CA
Date: 2009-06-03 18:06:22

Comments[115]:

My grandmother Grace told me when I was a little boy about the E M F tourer her husband bought. She called it the "Every Mechanical Fault". I believe they traded it for a Willy's Knight saloon. I have the radiator emblem. Is it nickel?


Your Name: Linda    
Your Location: Oregon
Date: 2009-05-28 17:31:39

Comments[114]:

Love your car! I personally don't have a classic car of any type (yet), but do belong to a local car club that does a lot of fund-raising (namely, a big car show in July). I also do a lot of history/genealogy, & have come across this particular car in a lot of the research I do here in Oregon. Seems the locals really liked that car back in the day.


Your Name: Chris G    
Your Location: Windsor Ont.
Date: 2009-05-21 14:34:37

Comments[113]:

Great site, very informative.


Your Name: George McGuire    
Your Location: Hamilton, Ohio
Date: 2009-05-16 21:38:45

Comments[112]:

Your site is terrific! My compliments again! The EMF 30 that I bought from Hugh Holbrock was charred in the fire at Hugh's former museum this past fall. I have now gotten through the issues related to insurance settlement etc and am going to sell the car. it s listed on Hemmings on line and craigslist in Chicago and Cincinnati. The car is still intact although the paint is destroyed and the brass will require replating. The leather top is badly damaged but enough remains to create a pattern to make the replacement top. The wood portions of the car will require refinishing, the windsheild and headlamps are cracked. The engine still turns over easilly. I have determined that I am unable to do a proper restoration, and am offering the car for sale. I will send you a couple of photos just FYI.


Your Name: Damian O'Doherty    
Your Location: Australia
Date: 2009-04-26 08:12:27

Comments[111]:

A very informative site - and the effort and information very much appreciated. I have recently acquired a Flanders 20 (engine no 68487 - chassis no ? where do I look please?) presented as a depot hack (or in English a shooting brake. How can identify the car as US or Canadian built? - Look forward to hearing from you - THanks Damian


Your Name: Henry Muller    
Your Location: 71 Pine Edge Drive, East Moriches, NY 11940
Date: 2009-04-22 17:29:17

Comments[110]:

Enjoyed your very well done collection. In my post card collection I have the very same 24 "pathfinder" post cards. ( about half of mine have the price changed to $1000 in red)


Your Name: Bob Everhart    
Your Location: BIG ROCK of America the Great
Date: 2009-04-18 09:40:03

Comments[108]:

Buy US Built Products!

Webmasters Note: All of our cars were built in the US including our E-M-F which was built in the E-M-F factory on Piquette street in Detroit, MI.


Your Name: Michael    
Your Location: Millington, Illinois
Date: 2009-04-17 16:00:58

Comments[107]:

A very impressive site. Very useful and informative.


Your Name: Cliff Chambers    
Your Location: Australia
Date: 2009-04-08 13:41:47

Comments[104]:

writing a short article for Unique Cars magazine on a 1909/10 model owned by Bruce Wright in Brisbane. You may know of the car. Your selection of old adverts is very useful as background and I will mention your site in the story.



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