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1905 Packard - (Packard Motor Car Company Detroit, Michigan 1899-1958)

1905 Packard - (Packard Motor Car Company Detroit, Michigan 1899-1958)

Napier "Art Deco City" poster campaign

Napier "Art Deco City" poster campaign

Art Deco Glamour by Stephen Fuller, via Behance

Art Deco Glamour by Stephen Fuller, via Behance

French Line CGT Southampton to New York Express Luxury Service Normandie by Artist Unknown

French Line CGT Southampton to New York Express Luxury Service Normandie by Artist Unknown

Pullman Limited Editions

Pullman Limited Editions

Vintage posters, Morocco

Vintage posters, Morocco

1909 Hupmobile Model 20 Two-Passenger Runabout - (Hupp Motor Car Corp. Detroit, Michigan, 1908-1940)

1909 Hupmobile Model 20 Two-Passenger Runabout - (Hupp Motor Car Corp. Detroit, Michigan, 1908-1940)

1911 Huppmobile   ===>  https://de.pinterest.com/imsnogirl2/old-time-transportation/

1911 Huppmobile ===> https://de.pinterest.com/imsnogirl2/old-time-transportation/

1910 Hupmobile Roundabout Hupmobile - (Hupp Motor Car Corp. Detroit, Michigan, 1908-1940)

1910 Hupmobile Roundabout Hupmobile - (Hupp Motor Car Corp. Detroit, Michigan, 1908-1940)

1922 Milburn Electric Light Brougham - The Milburn Wagon Company was incorporated in 1869 and In 1875 moved to Toledo Ohio. In 1910 they started building Automobile bodies for  Ohio Electric cars. In 1915 Milburn built an electric automobile of his own and the company lasted until 1923 when the plant was purchased by General Motors. Though Milburn got a late start in the electric car business they were still preferred by many women over gasoline cars. President Wilson had one too!

1922 Milburn Electric Light Brougham - The Milburn Wagon Company was incorporated in 1869 and In 1875 moved to Toledo Ohio. In 1910 they started building Automobile bodies for Ohio Electric cars. In 1915 Milburn built an electric automobile of his own and the company lasted until 1923 when the plant was purchased by General Motors. Though Milburn got a late start in the electric car business they were still preferred by many women over gasoline cars. President Wilson had one too!