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Auto ID #71 FINISHED!

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

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The answer: 1918 Stanley Steamer Model 735B

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Meanwhile, back in Auto ID

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I have searched, and I have searched, and I have searched. All I can say is it's a 19?? ???? by ????.

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I have searched, and I have searched, and I have searched. All I can say is it's a 19?? ???? by ????.

Exactly! :lol:

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The car in the picture is a 1918 Stanley Steamer:

http://www.stanleymotorcarriage.com/

Who got it right (not many!):

G Holding

wisdonm

Johnny

ChrisR

george53

Kenny

Badluck 13

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I thought Stanley Steamer was the carpet cleaning company?????

Nice one Harry.

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I would have never gotten that! :blink: It has a strong resemblance to an old Mercedes and I kept trying to go down that path.

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great fooler Harry I was surprised !

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Darn! I knew it! That big ol' radiator on the front of a steam-powered car was a dead giveaway! Heck, even my old, 1920's vintage house has steam radiators.

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Darn! I knew it!

So where was your answer? Should have PM'd me... ^_^

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I knew that the only way I would find this one is if I stumbled upon it serendipitously. My knowledge of cars is pretty comprehensive but only back to about the 1940s with some standouts from the 1930s. Before that, it is all guesswork. I figured with this one I'd have an easier time trying to find the house in the background and then reading what it said about the car.

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