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Your Name: Dan Price    
Your Location: Westerville,Ohio
Date: 2007-08-24 04:28:00


I found an early EMF and was looking around on your site trying to figure out it's value. Would like to hear from you and maybe you can help me determine what one is worth. thanks, Dan

Your Name: Bruce Baulch    
Your Location: Melbourne Australia
Date: 2007-08-08 05:36:29


Full of useful information. It is a credit to you and people like you who take the time and energy to collate this information for others. Thank you.

Your Name: jess    
Your Location: new zealand
Date: 2007-07-30 04:15:43


please show me some old adds for 1912 news paper

Your Name: mickey mouse.    
Your Location: La Mesa, California
Date: 2007-07-24 22:22:45


Wonderful! Wonderful! Great historical reference. Should be a similar site for each car that is celebrating its centennial. We are an automotive research library for pre-war cars but specializing in the era of the E-M-F 30. Jack R. Garrison, Library Chmn.

Your Name: vicki green    
Your Location: Kelowna, Canada
Date: 2007-07-18 20:22:39


Le Roy Pelletier was my great grandfather. His daughter was my mother's mother.

I am very interested in learning more about his Klondike writing for the New York times

Your Name: Steven Creager    
Your Location: Napoleon, Ohio
Date: 2007-07-15 23:49:43


I own a 1912 Flanders 20 roadster.

Your Name: Diane Moffitt    
Your Location: Puyallup, WA
Date: 2007-06-23 03:49:13


My father, Conley Silsby, who will be 100 years old in January, has been telling us about his family trip when he was 5 years old in their 1912 EMF. The Omaha newspaper printed a picture of the 5 of them in their dusters before they headed to Oklahoma from their farm 2 miles east of Pisgah, Iowa. The "main" roads all ran East and West, so in order to go South, they would get directions from one farm road to another to reach the next East/West road. There were no gas stations. They would get gas out of a barrel in the back of a hardware store. The headlights, tail lights, top, windshield and spare tire were all "extras."Since motels were not yet in existence, they would stop at a farmhouse and ask if they could stay for the night. Later, a number of the families they stayed with came and visited them in Iowa.

Your Name: Robert Kapteyn    
Your Location: Joliet , Illinois
Date: 2007-05-30 02:17:31



I met you at some Illnois car shows.Beautiful site!!!! Hope to attend the meet next year.

Your Name: Glen Jonas    
Your Location: NJ
Date: 2007-05-08 01:19:37


A 1910 Flanders Racer

Your Name: Deborah stanford    
Your Location: Hamilton, TX
Date: 2007-04-30 22:45:23


Love the site, used your data to identify the EMF in an old photo of mu husbands uncle.Very interesting information. I sent you the photo via email.

Thanks for all your work.

Your Name: Paul Flanders    
Your Location: Pasadena, CA
Date: 2007-04-12 18:02:48


We just discovered your web site and are anxious to explore it. We have a 1912 Flanders 20 Touring car, a 1911 Flanders motorcycle, and a 1914 Flanders motorycle. We are not related to Walter Flanders that we know of. We have Flanders Company (motorcycle accessories) in Pasadena, California. We have been making motorcycle handlebars since 1945( I hope that as part of the 100 year anniversery tour you will be going to Chelsea, MI, home of the Flanders motorcycle factory. When I was in Detroit for my first time 3 years ago I was able to go by the EMF plant in Detroit and, later, I think I found the motorcylcle factory building in Chelsea. It was an old brick building by the railroad tracks. A couple blocks away was a street named Flanders.

Your Name: Dan Willemin    
Your Location: Elyria, Ohio
Date: 2007-04-10 17:24:54


What an informative site! It helped me a great deal in learning more about the automobile my grandfather drove from Michigan to South Dakota in 1909. Keep up the good work!

Your Name: Art Schick    
Your Location: Poulsbo, WA (near Seattle)
Date: 2007-03-07 17:53:06


I saw an EMF years ago at a meet in Calgary. I'll look through my slides and see if I can find a photo.

Your Name: Susan    
Your Location: Nemo, Missouri in the Ozarks
Date: 2007-03-05 04:00:27


Outstanding website since I've never heard of EMF cars before. I added a link to this site from our site and emailed you concerning that. Best wishes. Susan

Your Name: Rick Stoeber    
Your Location: Red Bank, New Jersey
Date: 2007-03-01 03:02:16


The web site is fantastic, I recently puchased a 1911 EMF open tourer from your site. I've been able to learn quite a bit from your site and always keep coming back for more information. Keep up the good work.

Your Name: Ray Hillman    
Your Location: Barrhead AB Canada
Date: 2007-02-04 03:44:34


a nieghbor of ours had an EMF car, stored it in a barn for many years.....a ground fire got away one day and burnt barn and car....that was very bad

Your Name: Ray Smith    
Your Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, canada
Date: 2007-01-31 23:13:04


Great website. A lot of work. Thank you for the right to take a couple pics. Very interesting.

Your Name: Greg Rutler    
Your Location: Afton, NY
Date: 2007-01-31 20:42:42


When I read your account of finding the EMF it reminded me 40 years ago when my father said, "I think I know where there's a old car. Wanna go look?" We found in a hanger at the Quakertown, Pa. airport a 1922 Nash Sport Touring. Complete and even drivable. Some of my teenage years were spent going to shows and around antique cars and I remember them with great fondness. Guess what I've been craving to do with my own sons? Time and money can be rare commodities but I'm still looking for the right car at the right time. Good luck with your EMF>

Your Name: Clay Thompson    
Your Location: Milford, Michigan
Date: 2007-01-29 04:28:29


Great website. Very informative. I am happy Dale has take time to build this for the benefit of all EMF collectors. Can anyone help me locate 1910 Flanders brochures. I am doing some research right now and would like information on the 1910 Runabout.

Your Name: Bert Bell    
Your Location: Brampton Ont. Canada
Date: 2007-01-13 16:21:48


I thought I would put in an alternative email address.I have entered an E.M.F. 30 logo on ebay today. The # is 140074358766.

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