Two highlights I want to share include a Tucker, specifically number 1044, and if you're not familiar with the Tucker story, I suggest you start Googling that right away! Also, a new brand of car to me, in this case, a 1923 Gardner Radio Special!
|Tucker, popular with civilians, Midshipmen, and dogs!
|Central headlight turns with the steering wheel
|Why is there an air intake on the rear wheel quarter panel? Because
it's rear engined!
|Rear lights are very unique.
Also unique at this show was a Gardner. I'll confess I'd never heard of Gardner, and I had to get Googling on this one! You can find more info on the Gardner line at Wikipedia, or this Gardner website: GARDNER MOTORCARS
They were built in St. Louis, and the family had previously been a big builder of wagons, and then Chevrolet's. At one time, a Gardner automobile held the record for driving across the country. They produced cars from 1920-1931.
|This was cool to discover a brand of car that was new to me.
|Gardner 1923 Radio Special
|No frills on the dash in the 1920s!
|Did you notice the solid wheels?