Brass Era Cars - Art

Cars of the turn of the century Between 1907 and 1912 in the United States, the high-wheel motor buggy (resembling the horse buggy of before 1900) was in its heyday, with over 75 makers, including Holsman (Chicago), (Chicago), and Sears (which sold via catalog); the high-wheeler would be killed by the Ford Model T In 1912, Hupp (in the U.S., supplied by Hale & Irwin) and BSA (in the UK) pioneered the use of all-steel bodies,joined in 1914 by Dodge (who produced Model T bodies), While it would be another two decades before all-steel bodies would be standard, the change would mean improved supplies of superior-quality wood for furniture makers,

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