Queen Model E 1905, The Queen was an American automobile manufactured between 1904 and 1907 in Detroit, Michigan. Built by the C.H. Blomstrom Motor Company, Queens were chain-driven, and were one-, two-, or four-cylinder cars. The 1906 Queen was available as a 14 hp and 18 hp twin or as a 26/28 hp four....
Ever wonder where the phrase "it's a doozie!" came from? Yeah. That would be from the Duesenberg.
1935 Datsun Roadster
A Lozier won 2nd place at the first (1911) Indy 500 after much controversy; many felt the Lozier should have won the race. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
1890 Ransom E. Olds had built his second steam powered car. One was sold to a buyer in India, but the ship it was on was lost at sea. Running by February, 1893 and ready for road trials by September, 1893 the car built by Charles and Frank Duryea, brothers, was the first gasoline powered car in America.