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Your Name: Jim Warjone    
Your Location: Scottsdale Az
Date: 2013-11-25 09:55:39


Great web page! Do you know if anyone is reproducing E-M-F manuals? I have recently acquired a 1910 Touring and would like any information on the engine and drive train. Thanks in advance! Jim

Your Name: Matthew Everett    
Your Location: Scottsburg,IN
Date: 2013-11-24 18:34:51


Nice site,informative .

Your Name: Donald Lagro Jr    
Your Location: Ludlow,Vt
Date: 2013-11-02 19:38:31


My Mom was talking about an Everet that Grand parents had in a barn. Also found it is tied to Stude. which I still hang on too. 57' Siver Hawk/ Love it/ interesting story of a once great Auto Co.

Your Name: Dale Watson    
Your Location: Maine
Date: 2013-10-20 14:18:48


I wish to purchase a brass care

Your Name:    
Your Location: Ukraine
Date: 2013-10-01 14:01:15


Thanks for the beautiful cars. If you have any other nice pictures, please mail me:

Your Name: Joe DiSalvo    
Your Location: Cranberry Twp. Pa
Date: 2013-07-24 16:09:56


I like your page the brass era cars are few to see. If you are not at a museum very rarely will they will they be seen.

Your Name: Hale Thornburgh    
Your Location: Salem, Oregon
Date: 2013-07-22 12:38:09


Nice page! I just sent in a photo of my mother and my grandfather taken in about 1915, perhaps earlier, in a REALLY decked out touring car. Enjoy!

Your Name: Clint VanRoekel    
Your Location: North Carolina
Date: 2013-07-17 08:33:42


A cousin sent a photo to me of my mother, grandfather and great-grandparents in an EMF taken around 1925. The rear fenders follow the curve of the wheel rather than flaring straight back and up. Can you tell me anything about this model EMF?

Your Name: Richard Goodall    
Your Location: British Columbia
Date: 2013-07-16 21:33:25


A great project. My grandfather owned one and did a lot of the mechanical work himself. His wife used to say that he would take it apart to see why it was running so well! The big problem of course was the differential which was repaired numerous times.

Your Name: Dave Huschke    
Your Location: Morgan, MN
Date: 2013-07-07 07:11:21


My dad (1900 to 1973) was the first to tell me about the EMF brand. I appreciate being able to see the real history.

Your Name: John Garrison    
Your Location: Portage, IN
Date: 2013-07-04 05:30:40


As a very small boy, living in McCool, IN my grandfather had several E-M-F's. He would buy them very cheaply as their build quality dictated that quite a few were available. I remember that he referred to them as 'Every morning fixems'. He also made many tractors from the frames, engines and transmissions. He used Ford truck rear axles. Regards. John Garrison

Your Name: jim dochterman    
Your Location: burlington, iowa
Date: 2013-06-14 16:42:12


Your Dad told me about this activity at the last railroad retiree lunch. He loves tinkering. I believe you inherited an incredible talent.

Your Name: Kevin Parks    
Your Location: North Carolina
Date: 2013-05-24 08:46:05


Hi, I am interested in any info regarding wrenches and any other tools for EMF and early Studebaker cars.

Your Name: Kraig K. (Daly) Hayner    
Your Location: Port Huron / Dundee Michigan
Date: 2013-05-06 14:55:45


Need to discuss who the investors were if you have that info.

Your Name: Edward F. Hyman    
Your Location: Rockville, Maryland
Date: 2013-04-28 07:11:42


Very nice site. Good pictures of the Piquette Street plant. I am still looking for pictures of the original plant at Clark Street south of Fort all the way to the river. I believe this was the De Luxe Motor Car Company facility before EMF bought them.

Your Name: John Haynes    
Your Location: Chadron, NE
Date: 2013-04-26 12:30:04


Very nice John! Keep up the good work!!

Your Name: Teresa Bracamontes    
Your Location: Coos Bay, Oregon
Date: 2013-04-21 22:04:15


I enjoyed browsing your site. I am looking to get rid of a set of DB Wood Rims w/Wards Riverside tires 4.40/4.50-21 2 ply, tread in great condition as well as rims. Rims need some new paint and touch up but in great condition. Thanks

Your Name: ABDUL haseeb    
Your Location: INDIA
Date: 2013-03-10 12:54:07


Hello sir I found one ems car,please give me your e-mail address where I will send you pictures of cars. I just want to know about what model, year etc.about the car.

Your Name: David & Brenda Juby    
Your Location: Cedar Rapids, IA
Date: 2013-02-06 15:26:55


We recently bought a 1912 (we believe) touring car. The title shows it to be a 1911, but we believe that it is actually a 1912 EMF. We are anxious to get this newsletter, having had it forwarded to us by a friend. Hopefully we are typing in the words correctly to prevent spammers so that you receive this and can respond (my eyes just aren't reading the one word well!). We are members of HCCA, but would like to enjoy your newsletter as well. Brenda Juby

Your Name: Gary Jones    
Your Location: Oregon
Date: 2013-02-04 16:29:29


Was totally surprised to see all the info regarding the E-M-F. My aunt sent me an old postcard (Ref. P13) postmarked 1912. I was researching the card when I came upon your site. Was curious about the value of the card.

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