Soap Box Derby Car

Soap box car racing was a popular pastime for American youth. The cars were usually made from scrap materials such as crates and baby buggy wheels, and only needed a steep hill and a skilled driver to race. In 1933, a photographer from the Dayton Daily News in Ohio organized a formal soap box race. […]

1924 Ford T Pick Up

Wooden bodies were often fitted to Model “T” chassis to accommodate a variety of commercial uses. This lovely pick up truck features a roof over the bed for added protection. Many owners chose to upgrade their “Tin Lizzie” with various aftermarket mechanical devices. This example sports folding jump seats in the rear bed, supplemental coil […]