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Published Saturday, September 22, 18 | By PaulvHill

In the early 1890s the Americans entered the automobile scene after some experimenting with steam and gas propelled boats and wagons. Naturally, they learned something from the Germans and French, but they also made contributions of their own.  The first successful American Automobile was constructed by tool and die maker, Frank Duryea and financed by his brother Charles Duryea. On or about September 20, 1893, he successfully drove the first American horseless carriage on the streets of Springfield, Massachusetts. It was certainly better that Daimler’s or Benz’s early productions. Read More 

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