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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.

Than you

Your Name: Bert Bell    
Your Location: Brampton Ontario Canada
Date: 2007-01-13 16:15:52


This helped me find what I needed a a touch of the computer. This information provided certainly sparked my curiosity..

Thank you very much.

Your Name: Robert Borman    
Your Location: Clarodon Hills, IL and Elizabeth, IL
Date: 2007-01-12 08:23:33


Just LOVE the web-sight what a great job!!! I seen it at work and it was a good pick-me-up.I belong to the Jordan club, because I have a 1930 Jordan Great Line 90 "G". 5pass 4dr that is all original and untuched at 47.908 miles. And one of "3" 1930 5pass still around that we know of. I wish that the Jordan web sight was more like yours. Keep up the GOOD WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and God bless

Your Name: Tony McKenzie    
Your Location: Invercargill,New Zealand
Date: 2007-01-11 07:22:34


Great site & great to see there are more of these vehicles out there as they are now very rare in New Zealand.

Your Name: Brett Randolph    
Your Location: Chicago , IL
Date: 2007-01-06 18:00:50


John, This should be a book or a movie.I could not stop reading.Would like to know about Metzger.

Has anyone written an autobiography on these men?

Your Name: Ken Wade    
Your Location: Tulsa, OK
Date: 2006-12-25 03:17:47


Great information about the EMF auto and the Glidden Tour.

I have aquired 18 postcards, of which you have images for all of them here on your site. Mine have the $1200.00 stamped out with "Price Now $1000." above it on the front. Do you know what year they lowered the price.

Thanks and you have a great site!

Your Name: Sandra Whalen    
Your Location: Illinois
Date: 2006-12-15 02:42:50


My mother has a picture of her father & mother & friends posed in a 1911 EMF. She also has the front emblem that was on the car. I had never heard of this kind of car before. Your site is very informative. I could e-mail pictures if you'd like.

Your Name: Barbar Hessel    
Your Location: Denver, CO
Date: 2006-12-13 16:16:58


I have a picture of my father's family in Iowa in an EMF. The license plate can be ready. I will send this to you if you would like.

Your Name: Charlie Nichols    
Your Location: Paso Robles, CA
Date: 2006-12-03 17:08:40


Got into you site this morning looking for info on E-M-F Thirty's. We are dedicated garage sailors, and eBay sellers! Also, I've restored several cars over the years (but none since I've moved to CA (25 years) ---- will someday get back into the hobby.

We found a very nice E-M-F Thirty hubcap at a garage sale yesterday - will put up on eBAY later today.

Nice web site!



Your Name: Doug Langevin    
Your Location: 4124 leonard road,grants pass,oregon ,97527
Date: 2006-11-26 01:29:20


I am just making my 1st. steps into the internet world,so of course I had to stop here 1st. This is great! Thanks for all your hard work. A fellow "every maidens favorite" owner, All The Best,

Doug Langevin

Your Name: Grady Puryear    
Your Location: Fredericksburg, Texas
Date: 2006-11-13 20:47:40


Neat old car, I appreciate yor efforts in keeping them going, I am pushing 80, still have a 1925 T Roadster, gew up with these old cars, still love them. Merry Christmas.

Your Name: Herb Iffrig    
Your Location: st. Lous Mo. area
Date: 2006-11-02 04:11:54


Thank you for the inspiration. I'm sur that you will have a beautiful car!!

Your Name: Dennis Koch    
Your Location: vienna, Virginia
Date: 2006-10-19 20:50:29


I found a picture of my grandparents sitting in their 1912 EMF and was curious about the auto.

Your Name: ED SWEENEY    
Date: 2006-09-25 00:27:33



Your Name: Jeff Brown    
Your Location: 775 Pomeroy Rd. Front Royal, Va.22630
Date: 2006-09-15 02:36:38


Enjoyed your brass light article. I visit your webb site often. I have a 1906 Wayne model H. I'd planned to show it at Hershey this year, but I just found a cracked piece of cast iron in the transmission. I'm looking for a set of Gray and Davis bullet back side lights for my Wayne.The car had them on it when my father found it in 1950.The only model H Wayne ad I've found that has side lights also has them. I plan to attend the EMF meeting at Hershey.Thanks for your time

Your Name: Bill Arthur    
Your Location: Seattle, Washington
Date: 2006-08-25 22:19:58


Great Web Page on the EMF !!!

Thanks for taking the time to take my telephone call and passing along all the info about the Wayne engines. I find the connections between the Wayne, Northern, EMF and Studebaker to be very interesting.
Wayne, Northern and EMF

Your Name: Leif Holmberg    
Your Location: Kungsgarden Sweden
Date: 2006-08-16 15:22:51


Thanks for an impressive home page.I was searching for a home page about FLANDERS 1912 mod 20 for a friend of mine and found this insted.Thanks anyway.

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