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Japan's LED and HID parts manufacturer LYZER displays a demo car, the Lamborghini Murcielago finished with pink Swarovski crystals on the whole body, at Tokyo Auto Salon 2016 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba on January 15, 2016. The exhibition, one of the largest annual custom car and car-related product show, held here over the three-day period from January 15 to January 17. (AFP Photo/Kazuhiro Nogi)
1916 Cunningham Model V-1 Touring - Cunningham was a manufacturer of high quality carriages and sleighs at the turn of the last century in Rochester, NY. By 1908 they were producing cars. This car is the first year of Cunningham's 442 cid, 45hp, V8 engine. In 1928 Cunningham went into aircraft production and ceased making automobiles by 1931, though they made bodies for other auto manufacturers until 1936.
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The first automobile to be mass produced in the United States was the 1901, Curved Dash Oldsmobile, built by the American car manufacturer Ransome Eli Olds (1864-1950). Olds invented the basic concept of the assembly line and started the Detroit area automobile industry. He first began making steam and gasoline engines with his father, Pliny Fisk Olds, in Lansing, Michigan in 1885. . He produced 425 "Curved Dash Olds" in 1901, and was America's leading auto manufacturer from 1901 to 1904.
Gaitan Auto-Tri, 1953. Manufactured by Gaitán Constructions s.l, (Spain) the Gaitán Auto-Tri was powered by a 125cc engine providing power to the two front wheels. The vehicle had an aluminium body and various versions of the vehicle were made incl
Bernard Hultstrand in a Jackson car in 1912. The Jackson Automobile Company of Jackson, Michigan was a brass era auto manufacturer that produced the Jackson from 1903-23, as well as the Jaxon steam car during 1903, and the Orlo in 1904.