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Letters: Rambler Comments

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

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Letters: Rambler Comments

Wallace S. Phinney, Sr.
Antique Automobile
March-April 1972


Dear Sir:

I noted the Rambler picture on the inside back cover of the November-December 1971 issue of ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE.

To further identify the car, it is a 1905 Series 1 Rambler.  It is a two-cylinder car with a crank on the side with the running board scooped out to provide clearance.  It has a single chain drive to the rear axle and has a planetary transmission though it uses a cone clutch to disconnect the transmission.  The engine is hidden by a leather oil drop apron instead of the usual metal pans.

Thought you would like to know of this model as almost nothing appears in literature form.

Wallace S. Phinney, Sr., 41 Boyer Street
Springfield, Mass. 01109



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