1914 Woods Mobilette

In the early years of the 20th century, automobiles were predominantly large, luxurious vehicles built and equipped for wealthy, adventurous early-adopters. A few imaginative souls, however, conceived of the automobile…

1912 Hudson Model 33 Doctor’s Coupe

Coachbuilders James Young & Co LTD was best remembered for their exceptionally elegant work on Rolls Royce and Bentley chassis.  James Young outfitted six Model 33 chassis with this body…

1911 Eagle

In 1908, Martin Burzynski started inquiring about parts from different manufacturers to build an automobile to test his Pneumatic Mechanical Vehicle Tires that he had patented in 1910. Burzynski’s patented…

1913 Woods Mobilette

In the early years of the 20th century, automobiles were predominantly large, luxurious vehicles built and equipped for wealthy, adventurous early-adopters. A few imaginative souls, however, conceived of the automobile…

1913 American Underslung Scout Type 22A

Of the multitude of early car companies to adopt the name “American” it is the American Motors Company of Indianapolis, Indiana that we feature here. American was a small firm…

1914 Cadillac Military Sports Roadster

As the teens rolled into the twenties, many owners of high quality Brass Era motorcars were facing a dilemma. Their machines were falling out of fashion as automakers introduced new,…

1912 Stoddard Dayton Fire Chief Car

Stoddard-Dayton can trace its roots to well before the turn of the twentieth century. Prior to making automobiles, they made agricultural equipment and tools. In the early 1900s, Charles Stoddard…

1909 Locomobile Model 30 Speedster

Initially founded with the intent to produce steam powered motorcars, Locomobile would eventually find its niche as a purveyor of fine quality, large scale luxury automobiles. The company started life…