This is a page for silly things that don't fall into any other category.
It is also a page for fun things that the author cannot avoid acquiring just because they are fun.
Photographer T. C. Muller took this series of photographs for Leslie's Weekly's March 31, 1904 issue to show ladies how to enter and alight from her motor wagon.
Our daughter, CJ, found this card at the January Los Angeles Post Card Show. We both agreed it was a fun card, so I wasted $7.50. It is a wonderful comic card put out by the B&O Railroad Company to encourage driver safety at railroad crossings.
This is the prototype of the new Hoke Steam Car. Developed in North Carolina between 2005 and 2009.
The new Hoke Steam Car with our model, Loretta Young.
Prestone Antifreeze created an advertising card for gasoline stations. The first makes reference to a steam car and is postmarked in York, PA.
This wonderful lithographed adverting card appeared at a 2017 post card show. It is in excellent condition. The author was unable to resist the $4.00 expenditure to acquire it, despite its having nothing at all to do with steam cars, watches, clocks, or typewriters. Some things just have to be saved!
Simply Nonsense! But it is a Steam Car!
We've all been to gasoline stations such as this!
This is the Railroad Edition of James sullivan's book, AUtomobile Joker. The VSCM seeks a volunteer to scan it and prepare it for re-publication.
As late as 1929, the State of Arkansas classified cars as Electric, Steam, and Gasoline. If a volunteer wishes to scan and format the rest of this brochure, please contact the Virtual Steam Car Museum.