The 1901 Toledo Steam Car created by the American Bicycle Company of Toledo. Those wheels do look a bit familiar…
It probably wouldn’t do us any harm to bring this old baby back on the road!!
Only on slow side roads!
Holy Toledo! Sorry, I could not resist. She is a beauty.
Eureka! Somebody said it 🙂
My work is done here. 😊
Truly and horseless carriage.
I wonder how it feels when driving it during the rainy days 🙂 Awesome to see this collection!
They don’t take their cars out in anything but the best of weather. These are not only their investments but their babies 🙂
Now this would be a great for a Sunday drive down the back roads.
Providing they were paved roads 🙂
My first thought was how dangerous to drive around on top — or in front — of a boiler. Then I considered how safe it is to drive around behind an internal COMBUSTION engine seated on top of 20 gallons of gasoline. Tell me, why did electric cars lose favor again?
I blame the gas companies ?
I agree and probably range, too, played a part. Electric cars just don’t go as far on a single charge as gasoline powered ones on a tank of gas. Then, too, a fill-up is hours
faster than a re-charge.
Obviously, transporters are the way to go.
I dunno…not ready to have my molecules scrambled any more than they are already 🙂
Bones? Is that you? 😀
Damn it, man! I’m a photographer not a physician! 🙂
TY TY I’m here through the weekend. Don’t forget to tip your servers….
I’m watching “CBS News Sunday Morning” in which a segment was devoted to “Star Trek”. Among the clips that were shown was this gem:
Kirk: “Ever hear of a Doomsday Machine?”
McCoy: “No, I’m a doctor not a mechanic.”
I almost spit my coffee at the TV screen. 😀
If you get BBC America starting this Thursday they will be showing (I think) all of the original Star Trek episodes. DVR on record!
Well, set my DVR to stunned. 😀
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