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Keene Brewer
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Now that is a TOOL BOX!

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Posted : December 6, 2021 9:25 am

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 Anonymous

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Yes, but it may not be full length.  There is a vertical line visible about a third of the way in front the rear edge.  Perhaps it was just an attempt to enclose the full space.  Maybe there was a compartment in there to hold those neat tire treads we see in the picture.

This Oldsmobile has a number of differences from the previous ones.  Most significant may be the coil on the dash.  The others have a wooden coilbox but this one has a brass Bosch dual ignition coil switch.  Also, the others appear to have the battery box under the front door step and you can see the cable passing through the opening in the body.  This car doesn't show that, and the cable opening in the body looks to be covered. And the windshield is different, too.  Maybe this is a year newer than the others?

 

Peter


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Topic starter Posted : December 6, 2021 2:26 pm

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This is a 1910 1/2 Model S Mitchell. The earliest "10's" had no front doors. The defunct Mitchell Club knew of 7 survivors, 2 of which are front doorless. The 6 cylinders were F-head and around 450 cubic inches. The wheelbase was 130" and one of the longest cars available in 1910. The Mitchell was 10th in sales that year, not bad for a company that sold nothing but cars in the mid-range price bracket, and that was out of about 137 car manufacturing companies. Mitchells were made in Racine, Wisconsin from 1903 to 1923, by a company that had been building wagons and farm implements forever. For several years, they equipped cars with a 596 cubic inch 6 cyl. I'm owned by a 1910 Model T Mitchell 5 passenger touring four cyl. It has 283 cubic inches, 112" wheelbase, an F-head engine rated at 35HP, and there are 7 left in existence.

Tony Costa


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Posted : December 6, 2021 7:13 pm

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This is a 1910 1/2 Model S Mitchell.

Thanks for the clarification, Tony, but I'm not sure which photo you are referring to as a Mitchell.  The last image posted certainly looks to have Oldsmobile hubcaps.  Maybe the Mitchell is in an earlier photo?


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Topic starter Posted : December 6, 2021 8:09 pm
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