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The first stationary gasoline engine developed by Carl Benz was a one-cylinder two-stroke unit which ran for the first time on New Year’s Eve 1879. Benz had so much commercial success with this engine that he was able to devote more time to his dream of creating a lightweight car powered by a ...
The first closed circuit automobile race held at Narragansett Park, Rhode Island, in September 1896. All four cars to the left are Duryeas, on the right is a Morris & Salom Electrobat. Thirteen Duryeas of the same design were produced in 1896, making it the first production car.
Pictures from the past ... Henry Ford in his first car - a picture from the past Henry Ford was born on this day in 1863. He is seen here in his first car, the Ford Quadricycle, built in 1896. The ...
This photo of cars being assembled on the main assembly line was one of the first pictures to be made in the Ford Motor Company factory at Dagenham, Essex, Eng., which was the largest automobile-assembly plant in Europe at its opening in 1931.
It’s hard to credit a single person with inventing the automobile. Not only did an estimated 100,000 patents lead to cars as we know them, but people also disagree on what qualifies as the first ...
Early Car Pictures This page contains a series of very old car and truck pictures These pictures have been submitted by Jason Morrow They were taken in the early part of the 20th century and up until the early 1920's and show what owning an automobile was all about in those early years. These just don't show cars and trucks of this
It is considered to be the first tramway locomotive. It is designed for use on road, not railroad. 1807 – An internal combustion engine which uses a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen is invented by Francois Isaac de Rivaz in Switzerland. He also designs a car for the engine, the first automobile powered by internal combustion.
The Baushke family were prominent citizens in Benton Harbor, Michigan and carriage makers by trade built America's first car with 4-wheels and seating for 5 people -- a styling very similar to the "standard" sedan that most the world knows today. Powered by a gasoline engine, Baushke's sedan was capable of speeds up to 23.5 mph.
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.