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Adams Farwell Automobile

Adams Farwell Automobile

> This is a car that I had never seen or heard of before. A fair amount of logic - at least in terms of what they could do at the time - in favor of the radial engine.
>
> For auto buffs!
> http://www.youtube.com/embed/Y0XbqHUAI-0?feature=player_deta...
> This is the ONLY 'Adams-Farwell'
> automobile
> left in existence. They were made in Dubuque , Iowa
> between
> 1890-1913.
> How does a radial engine operate? See it here:
>
> .
http://www.youtube.com/embed/Y0XbqHUAI-0?feature=player_deta...
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