1947 A.L.C.A. Volpe. Introduced in Italy as an even *smaller* alternative to the Fiat 500, the Volpe (fox) was met with much enthusiasm by the Italian Press. Despite many pre-orders and pre-payments no completed Volpes were apparently delivered. The car was also pre-sold and marketed in Spain as the Hispano-Volpe. While expected to have a 125cc motor, none were probably installed and this car stays true to the Volpe as it was manufactured: It also has No Motor.
"Henry Ford posing with his first car (the 1896 quadricycle) and the 10 millionth Model T Ford. This photograph was taken during the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of the Ford Motor Company." On September 27, 1908, the first Model T automobile was produced. This engineering achievement was due to the vision, ingenuity and risk-taking of Henry Ford. His innovation of assembly line production would make the automobile affordable to the average person.
1902 Westfield Rear Entrance Tonneau - Westfields were built in Westfield, Massachusetts by the C.G. Moore Manufacturing Co from 1901-1903. You could buy body / chassis only or a complete car; somewhat of a kit car. This car is one of 2 that exist and has a 'Remington', 2 cyl. gasoline engine w/ overhead camshaft that displaces 133ci rated at 13hp.