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One of 19 new makes of steam buggy in 1900, the Howard was typical of its kind. A 2-cylinder vertical engine, single chain drive, tubular frame, tiller steering, wire wheels all these features were found on other designs, including the most successful of the breed, the Locomobile.[1]

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Howard Automobile Company, Howard Steam Racing Car, Automobile and Motor Review Article, P. 10, Photocopy, Conde Collection.

Page 10 of the July 19, 1902 issue of Automobile and Motor Review featured the Howard Steam Racing Car. John A. Conde Collection.

Howard Automobile Company, John A. Conde File Folder, Conde Collection

John A. Conde's Howard Automobile Company File Folder. John A. Conde Collection.

[1]Georgano, G. N., Encyclopedia of American Automobile, (New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1968), p. 100.

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