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Fox Trap: 1915

Fox Trap: 1915

San Francisco circa 1915. "Velie four-passenger coupe at Golden Gate Park." Note the curved side glass. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.

 

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Brakes on the front

At the rear wheel, the brake drums are clearly visible. I wonder what they used up front?

Greenhouse

When auto designers use that term, this image no doubt pops into their heads.

Roller shades

I vaguely remember that my aunt's 1935 Plymouth had roller shades on at least some of the windows.

Future Hot Rod

One chop top coming up!

Well Equipped

It has "air conditioning" and even pull-down roller shades. The young damsel isn't bad either.

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