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    I recently came across a copy of the April 1907 issue of Recreation magazine. The Motoring section included a photo of "Col. Studebaker" with some of the other major figures in automobile manufacturing. I'll be posting this to my Flickr photostream as well and including it in the Studebaker - Different by Design group. For those who don't follow Flickr here it is;
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    Cool. Too many of them riding in one car. What if they hit a horse?
    Dave Warren (Perry Mason by day, Perry Como by night)


    • #3
      Well Dave, at least there's sufficient passengers that they can cover the vehicle with a tarp and ring the bell so that no horses will be frightened by their vehicle. Yes, that was required by law at one time. However they stopped the requirement of tarping the vehicle as it seemed to frighten the horses even more.
      Alan, I'd send a complaint to the publisher, were I you. That issue is a hundred eight years late!Click image for larger version

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      Home of the famous Mr. Ed!
      K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Studebaker!
      Ron Smith
      Where the heck is Fawn Lodge, CA?


      • #4
        Brass era car pooling! Do you suppose they all chipped in for gas?


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          One hundred and eight years old but the news articles are current! This from the same issue;
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            It looks like they may be at The White House. That fan window looks familiar.