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Your Name: Kevin Griffin    
Your Location: New Vernon, NJ
Date: 2009-03-03 15:30:04


Great site - I have a 1911 EMF I have had for 40 years.. orignal owner was a woman from Montclair, NJ.. I got it from her. Keep up the good work and thanks.

Your Name: Lorne Shields    
Date: 2009-03-01 15:50:09



Your site was very helpful. I found 2 little pamphlets called "THE HYPEN" (Vol. 1 #1) printed by THE E-M-F Co. of Canada, Limited. You have given them a proper "history". Thanks - Lorne Shields

Your Name: Jim Stutzman    
Your Location: Lewiston, Idaho
Date: 2009-02-02 19:11:46


Thanks for all the work you did. At the present time I am working on a 1914 Studebaker SC touring car.

Your Name: Bob Calvert    
Your Location: Washington State
Date: 2009-01-17 18:32:01


I found the tip on removing tarnish interesting and will try it. It has been my experience in restoring brass hub caps that trying to remove even the smallest of dents will result in cracking of the brass unless the cap is first annealed by heating it up with a torch to almost a dull red condition and then plunging it in cold water. The EMF was built in Detroit between the years of 1908 and 1912 by the Everitt Metzger Flanders Co. The 1908 - 1910 hub caps are the same size but plain with no name.

Your Name: Frank Ellis    
Your Location: Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Date: 2009-01-17 10:59:07


Enjoyed the item on restoring hubcap - especially the hint on bowl cleaner


Your Name: milton J. Schilde    
Your Location: Sharon springs, N.Y.
Date: 2008-12-28 13:13:42


nice job !!! I am a Rickenbacker car collector. I have been encouraged to gather info to write a more complete history of the Rickenbacker car. It seems that the histories of Eddie Rickenbacker do not contain much about this part of his life. Somewhat like he was embarrassed by the failure and wanted to forget it.

Your Name: Petra New    
Your Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 2008-12-04 16:56:57


Very nice.

Your Name: barry brown    
Your Location: fort jones ca
Date: 2008-11-24 19:11:56


I need pistns @ rings for 1912 emf any help

Your Name: Bill Sterling    
Your Location: Ruckersville, VA
Date: 2008-11-10 01:10:57


After finding a picture of my great uncle's first car (an E-M-F) AND the original registration, I had to check the internet to see what was there. I never heard of an E-M-F before. The web site is great. The car's s/n was 14372, which makes it a 1910 model I believe. Uncle lived in Ridgefield, CT at the time. The registration "Expires December 31st, 1911, at midnight". I wonder if that car is still around.

Your Name: Frank Witt    
Your Location: Cayce, SC
Date: 2008-09-18 20:21:17


Grandfather won 1911 International Light Car Race in the 1911 EMF.

Your Name: Chip Mitchell    
Your Location: Orange Park, Florida 32003
Date: 2008-09-13 18:25:13


John, it was great talking to you today. Good luck on all of your projects. Stay in touch.


Your Name: Warren Webb    
Your Location: Riverside, CA
Date: 2008-08-19 18:27:50


Great pictures & history information. It is too bad that some of these buildings containing so much history have been allowed to fall into such disrepair. For someone like myself who is not familiar with the area, the maps & captions really give a sense of what it is now & how things were before.

Your Name: Glenn Morgan    
Your Location: California
Date: 2008-08-06 23:14:33


I recently found site that listed almost every electric car ever built. It was a huge selection. I own a car not so old. It is a 1951 Studebaker Land cruiser. I know restoring will a breeze compared to your project. I would like to get an EMF auto if I could find one, but it seems that the most electrics made was the Waverly. Is that car easy to get? Thanks for your help and information.
Glenn Morgan Member of the SDC

Your Name: Tanya Bailey Smith    
Your Location: Savannah, GA
Date: 2008-07-21 15:38:45


We are putting on a Centennial of the 1908 American Grand Prize race in Savannah on November 20-23, 2008. Please check out my website. I would love to link to your site from ours. Your information is amazing. Please let me know what you think.

Your Name: Bob Pelletier    
Your Location: Wixom,MI
Date: 2008-07-08 17:57:12


John, I really appreciate your passion as well. As the Great Gradnson of E. Leroy, it is nice to read about the family history. Please let me know if there is any information you are looking for that we may be able to provide.

Your Name: Eric Michael Falk    
Your Location: Bloomfield, NJ
Date: 2008-06-27 22:19:53


hat an amazing website! John, your passion for these vehicles and their history is truly a bright spot on the internet. I have always been a Studebaker fan and a recent article lead me to the E-M-F cars. The initials made me take notice, one thing led to another and here I am. I am blown away by your over-all attention to detail and the history page.

Best Regards,

Your Name: Fred White    
Your Location: Lafayette, Co.
Date: 2008-06-17 20:20:38


There is a 1912 E.M.F. on display at the Dougherty Museum, one mile south of Longmont, Colorado on highway 287.

Your Name: George McGuire    
Your Location: Hamilton, Ohio
Date: 2008-06-07 05:23:15


Still very nice, a great resource. Thanks for making it available!

Your Name: gerry Lieberman    
Your Location: Newbury Park Ca.
Date: 2008-06-02 18:35:14


Just saw a traveling show here in Newbury Park, and was amazed and impressed at the cars and tip top shape they were all in. How fun! I belong to a HOG group (Harley Owener Group) and we also have a similar passion but nothing like what you guys are doing.

Love the show

Gerry Lieberman

Your Name: Doug Schoemaker    
Your Location: Wichita, Kansas
Date: 2008-05-26 22:57:34


Cool web site! I am in the Wichita A's Model A club with Tom Ruggles, and have been to his house to see his 1909 E. M. F. 5 passenger touring, as well as his unrestored Studebaker-EMF touring. He also owns 3 Model A's. These are great cars, and I wish I owned one too!

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