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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!

Your Name: mukesh malik    
Your Location: new delhi- india
Date: 2008-05-24 10:00:50


i have found one emf in rewa madhay pardesh in india and purchase it in 2.50 lakh only its compleate chasis with engine- gear box- rhs fender remain tell me the location of engine no.and chasis no.

Your Name: Gary Vukich    
Your Location: Modesto,Calif.
Date: 2008-05-14 22:30:14


pleasure to brouse

Your Name: Lori Burgess    
Your Location: Conway, NC
Date: 2008-04-19 23:02:12


I have recently found a door that I am trying to find out what it goes to. I bought out an old country store that was known to operate in the late 1800's. There is a wooden door - the door has a thicker inner piece of wood with thinner pieces of wood on each side. There is a window in the door that is in very good condition and a latch and brackets that hold it to the vehicle. There is a screw type thing at the top of the door I believe to hold the window up. The window goes up and down in the track and has a leather strap on it. There are numbers on the brackets and there is a partial sticker on the door that reads Hackney Bros, Inc., Wilson, Nc - I see you know alot about older vehicles, can you help me identify this one. Thank you, Lori Burgess, Conway, NC

Your Name: Wayne Sutton    
Your Location: Amboy, Washington
Date: 2008-04-01 04:13:59


lots of interesting info. i will be calling your dad to thank him for the help on my sears auto buggy. keep up the good work!

Your Name: Anshuman SIngh    
Your Location: Indore,India
Date: 2008-03-14 04:37:58


I was surprised to view so many details of old cars in a single page with so many manuals attachments.

A nice piece of work


I wanna get some technical Information about automobiles

Your Name: Jim Sinclair    
Your Location: Ok
Date: 2008-03-10 04:30:15


Great web site!!! Never new about it!!

Your Name: James Brownlee    
Your Location: White Bluff, TN
Date: 2008-03-03 18:51:55


My brother and my self have been going over some old family photos and trying to put dates to them and allso make and model of cars and trucks. I did not realize there was so many car co. back then. I had gone over car after car, but not found just the right one. When I was just about to give up I happened on to the 1912 EMF. THAT WAS IT!!! Thanks for the greet pics and info!

Your Name: John Buscher    
Your Location: East Amherst NY
Date: 2008-02-25 18:09:33


The wheels on my 1917 Stanley are supposed to be "Stanweld" but they don't look anything like your pictures. They have a solid ring with a diagonal split rim.

I got very tired of pushing the car around on flat tires, thought replacing them with new would be a nice Sat. afternoon job - took about 6 months. You have a very interesting site., Thanks,
John buscher

Your Name: LK McGill Wagner    
Your Location: Bayfield, CO
Date: 2008-02-25 03:48:40


I have an old photo of one of those old touring cars. You can view it at the following URL on my website at - Old Touring Car. I think it was possibly before 1910, because Alva, Oklahoma didn't start paving their streets until 1910 and the street in the photo is dirt. There is information typed on the photo. It is a righthanded steering like in your old car pictures.

Your Name: Marlene Jacobs    
Your Location: Elyria, OH
Date: 2008-02-24 22:15:04


My grandmother's first car (born in 1888) was a 1910 Flanders. I have a photo of her in a car but was not sure if it was the Flanders. Thank you!!

Your Name: Kelli    
Your Location: Michigan
Date: 2008-02-24 02:57:10


I came across your website by accident, looking for information about Walter Flanders. I currently work in what used to be his home, now a nursing home and am interested in learning more about him and the building in which now I work. I enjoyed your site and am learning a little more every day. Thank You

Your Name: JEFF ANDERSON    
Your Location: MI
Date: 2008-02-22 01:53:34



Your Name: Cyndy Henry    
Your Location: Pennsylvania
Date: 2008-02-19 02:52:23


I have a brass eagle with the words "Foss Hughes Company" on the front of the base. The eagle is about 6" high. I cannot locate the make or model of car this came from. I thought I would ask if you do. There is a bolt attached to the base that makes me believe it could have been a hood ornament.
Cyndy Henry

Your Name: Larry Pearsall    
Your Location: Shaver Lake, California
Date: 2008-02-19 01:35:30


Wonderful site! I am slowly restoring a 1912 EMF touring and this is another source of information. Thank you ...

Your Name: Leonard Needham    
Your Location: Bethel Island, CA -- In the California Delta
Date: 2008-02-17 16:16:50


One of my favorite web sites. Should be one of yours.

Your Name: Lissa Guild    
Your Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Date: 2008-02-14 20:13:59


As the great granddaughter of Walter Flanders, I thoroughly enjoyed reading your website! I look forward to passing it on to other members of our family. What made you research and create a website of this information?

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