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1928 LaSalle Sport Touring - (LaSalle brand marketed by General Motors Cadillac division, Detroit, Michigan (1927-1940)

1928 LaSalle Sport Touring - (LaSalle brand marketed by General Motors Cadillac division, Detroit, Michigan

1914 Lozier Model 84 Meadowbrook Runabout - Loziers were built from 1900-1915 in Detroit , Michigan. Initially a 6 cylinder luxury car they tried to expand into the mid-priced market w/ 4 cylinders such as this one. Sales fell flat and after a failed merger w/ Ford the marque folded. A Lozier won 2nd place at the first (1911) Indy 500 after much controversy; many felt the Lozier should have won the race.

1914 Lozier Model 84 Meadowbrook Runabout - Lozier Motor Co.

1910 Hupmobile 20 Runabout - (Hupp Motor Car Corp. Detroit, Michigan, 1908-1940)

The Hupmobile Model 20 is a two-seater runabout powered by a Description from…

1931 Packard Eight 826 Sedan - (Packard Motor Car Company Detroit, Michigan 1899-1958)

1931 Packard Eight 826 Sedan - (Packard Motor Car Company Detroit, Michigan

Packard Eight Series 900 Roadster • 1933

1933 Packard Eight Series 900 Roadster - (Packard Motor Car Company Detroit, Michigan

1940 Packard Darrin - (Packard Motor Car Company Detroit, Michigan 1899-1958)

1940 Packard Darrin - (Packard Motor Car Company Detroit, Michigan to you by of for

Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Detroit, Michigan is a Tudor Revival built in 1927. The Grosse Pointe Theater often performs here.

Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Detroit, Michigan is a Tudor Revival built in The Grosse Pointe Theater often performs here.

~1932 Cadillac V-16 452B Madame X Imperial Sedan~

1932 Cadillac Series Madame X Imperial Sedan by Fleetwood for auction and for sale by Gooding & Company in Amelia Island, Florida March 2014

Scripps-Booth. These were produced from 1913-1923, and only came in a 3 person Runabout model. In 1916, they were purchased by Chevrolet, until it was discontinued. It was supposed to be a "sporty" alternative to what the other lower/mid priced brands offered.  It featured a starter, which was quite rare, and it didn't need to have a winding key stuck under the radiator to start the engine. This was a pleasant change, as broken wrists from a backfire when starting were common.

1914 Scripps-Booth Torpedo Roadster- Scripps-Booth Co. made cars in Detroit from The company was founded by artist / engineer, James Booth of the Scripps Publishing family, and was intended as a luxury make.

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