Check out some of the prices on a Saxon roadster or a Jordan Six; where would you find a better deal? Here's a list of Trenton and Trenton area auto dealers who were participating in the 1917 Trenton Auto Show at the Armory.
HI TOM....IT SEEMS I RECALL WE HAD A CAR CALLED "STAR" IN 1926. IT REALLY WAS A LULU, SHADES ON THE WINDOWS, FLOWER VASES ON THE SIDES AND I BELIEVE IT HAD TO BE CRANKED TO START. MY MOTHER WAS THE ONLY DRIVER AND THAT ENDED WHEN SHE GOT INTO AN ACCIDENT WITH A WILNO'S LAUNDRY TRUCK. MY BROTHER LOU WAS JUST OLD ENOUGH TO GET A LICENSE SO HE TOOK OVER. MY MA NEVER DROVE AFTER THAT. THAT'S WHEN WE DROVE TO THE JERSEY SHORE ON A DIRT ROAD AND HAD TO KEEP THE WINDOWS UP. IT WAS THE BEGINNING OF THE GREAT GENERATION. REGARDS.