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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2, Page #42
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Replica Of Henry Ford's "Horseless Carriage"

These cars are replicas of Henry Ford's first "horseless carriage" and of a 1903 Model "A" Fordmobile.
  
Both have 5 1/2 hp. Honda engines, lawn mower transmissions and differentials. They have heavy 26-in. bike wheels with sprocket and chain drives. The "horseless" carriage has tiller steering. The 1903 model has rack and pinion steering. Both have bodies made of pine and cypress lumber bonded to steel frames.
(Ed Beck, Box 8, Hartsville, S.C. 29551 ph 843-332-7398)
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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2