]Maxwell Jasper Green’s Auto Repair Shop – The Euclid Garage: Green and his two brothers were adventurers and dabbled in the latest interests of the day; photography, cars, an airplane and auto salvaging. They had an automobile service shop in Euclid, Ohio. They were among the first, if not the first, on the East side of Cleveland to have a junk yard. Learn more and see enlargements @ http://theoldmotor.com/?p=107513
Interesting that they had the body set on backwards. Maybe just for the photo?
"Interesting that they had the body set on backwards. Maybe just for the photo?"
Look closer as you can see the cars front axle just behind the chain-drive axle. They must have been using it to either hold the car up or to move it. The car is a bit of a mongrel that we are trying to identify. We have two enlargements that help to see it on our site.
Interesting old photo of a garage barely 60 miles east of where I live! Thanks David! I wonder now if the building it was in even exists? And who'd have known the "smoking ban in buildings" had already begun!!
Tim, Wait until you see what else they had.....
David...I've bookmarked the The Old Motor site for future viewing. Is that you driving that awesome speedster on the "about us" page?
Tim, It is a 1912 Mercer Raceabout. After 35 plus years of work I am now fortunate to be to care of a few of them for clients.