Brass Cars at 2013 Hershey

Now back from the AACA's Eastern Fall Meet - better known as Hershey - and the event can be summed up in one word - wet. Regardless of all the rain, the sun did return on saturday, show day, and a good group of brass era cars took the field. The following are few cars that caught my eye. 


1907 Autocar Type XV (from the author's collection) 

1911 Locomobile Model M (from the author's collection) 

1912(?) Mercer Model 35 Raceabout (from the author's collection) 

Series 5 Mercer roadster (from the author's collection) 

Series 5 Mercer engine - L-head 4-cylinder (70hp) (from the author's collection) 

1905 Packard Model N (from the author's collection) 

Chris Paulsen's 1911 Page-Detroit in wonderful vintage patina (from the author's collection) 

1909 Peerless Model 19 - barn fresh (from the author's collection) 

1909 Peerless Model 19 - barn fresh (from the author's collection) 


Beautiful 1903 Stanley (I believe this to be chassis 845, ex-Earle Eckel) (from the author's collection) 


1 comment:

  1. Autocar commenced commercial vehicle production in 1907, which eventually lead to the demise of car production in 1912.

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