OT The only Adams-Farwell left.
I saw that car many years ago when Harrah was still around. I could swear the that there were at least three cars with radial engines. Maybe they weren't all the same make.
George n L.A.
One of the cars with a radial engine was the 1925 Julian.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
The Adams Farwell and Gnome are Rotary engines in which the crankshaft is stationary and the crankcase and cylinders rotate.
Radial engines have the cyls in a circle, but the crankshaft rotates. Those started in aircraft in about 1925, I believe, and became the standard for big recip engines.
Hal, Thanks for sharing that link. That sure is a neat Whirligig engine!
Did anyone notice the lack of any vibration coming from the car. What an engineering marvel!!