Just picked this up at the local Swap meet. Has had some repair but still holds water.
Also found some info on the web.
Great find Duane. It would be fun to build a car around that.
Years ago there was a c.1915 T Speedster in Wichita with a Livingston V-Radiator similar to yours. I don't know what happened to the car. It sold at an auction in Wichita in the 1960's. The car was a light yellow with maroon wheels. This photo was taken in Excelsior Springs, MO at the Elms Hotel in about 1964 at the HCCA Midwest Tour. I am curious as to where the car might be now?
Deluxe Davies & Phon bodies in Australia had these Lingstone Radiators fitted standard from new.
Itís interesting that the May 22 1904 patent date shown on the badge
cannot and does not exist. The date is not a Tuesday, and there are no
other patents near that date that would apply.
The other 3 patent dates are covered by existing patents numbered
767905, 824492 and 824493 and issued to D. McRa Livingston.