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pipopak
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Some more from my stash.
1907 Indian railcar:


1907 rail auto:



1914 Trans-Austrailan Studebaker car:


1922 Citroen B2:


1923 Trackcar (whatever it was):


1924 Southern Ry:


1925 Ford T-bodied monstrosity:

W C Greene
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Man-I love the first one!

Woodie

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Bets are on.... Jose.

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Oh man, that last one sure is ugly! I think that's the first railcar I've seen that I didn't like.

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I can def. see Woodie, pedal to the metal !, in the 1907 Indian model.

The pith-helmet would be useful under scorching Texan sun.

Minus steering-wheel, smoking a quick pipe could work, whilst on the move !


James Cagney woulda luved the 1914 Studebaker !

Running-boards idea, for 'more traditional' drive-by shooting !


If Southern Railways 1924 took on any major beef with that cow-catcher...

...I think the railcar might end up as hamburger-mince !


Ray's right; that auto is fugggerley !!!


Cheers

Si.


I'm going for the Citroen ( must be my French roots; just add water ! )


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