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Remember: Don't post any hints or answers here. PM me with year, make and model.

The answer: 1899 Columbia Landaulet (electric)

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Nice one, Harry . . . that thing has more beautiful design on it than half of the latter part of the 20th Century vehicles!

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Hmm, gloss black with lots of red pinstriping... it's Victorian Batman's Bat-Buggy!

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Looks like the definition of the term "horseless carriage"! Are you sure that isn't a stagecoach minus its horses? :lol:

I have no idea!

Sam

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That thing got a HEMI?

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Looks like the definition of the term "horseless carriage"! Are you sure that isn't a stagecoach minus its horses? :lol:

I have no idea!

Sam

Stagecoaches don't have steering wheels... ;):D

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Pro Street Stagecoach.........

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Thism is when Coachbuilding was an art . Thanx..

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Real.

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Here is a Hot rodded cousin!

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The Munster Koach Before Barris got ahold of it!

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Hmm, gloss black with lots of red pinstriping... it's Victorian Batman's Bat-Buggy!

Now that's funny! :lol:

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Didnt I see this on an episode of Bonanza when Hoss rode off into the sunset with the girl?

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Hmm, gloss black with lots of red pinstriping... it's Victorian Batman's Bat-Buggy!

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real.... and i'm sticking to it.

ooohhh... you're asking what it IS... i'll be back.

Edited by 62rebel

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Didnt I see this on an episode of Bonanza when Hoss rode off into the sunset with the girl?

I think you're confused. Hoss never got the girl... Little Joe always did! :P

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I think you're confused. Hoss never got the girl... Little Joe always did! :P

And then Hoss took her home.......... :P :P ;)

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The car is an 1899 Columbia (the same Columbia that makes bicycles) Landaulet electric car. Check out these photos... it's a pretty cool car!

http://barchetta.mediacenter.studioline.net/-/Events-by-Year/2010-2019/2011/Auction/RM/Monterey/Day-I-August-19th/Lot-131-c-1899-Columbia-Electric-Landaulet/?Dir=1989807

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i was thrown by the actual steering wheel instead of the typical-for-the-time tiller steering... i was looking a decade later and found Riker and kreuzer electrics.... i knew it had to be electric because of the huge (relatively) rear hubs, which must contain motors.

it's certainly a pretty thing....

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I saw the name on it before Harry PS'd it off......

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Nice. Love the hand lettering.

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See, I knew that it was real!

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