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Automobile (reel 1)

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RXF 7388 (reel 1): Sounds of old cars. 1906 Cadillac -- 1907 Autocar (03:00) -- 1916 Stutz-Bulldog (07:38) -- 1912 Stanley Steamer (10:37). RXF 7389 (reel 2): Sounds of different cars. 1911 Siimplex -- 1928 Ford Model A (05:34) -- 1907 Packard (06:36) -- 1912 Buick Model 35 (07:54) -- 1912 Model T (09:38) -- 1913 National (11:25) -- Parade? (13:25) -- 1925 Mercedes (15:25) -- 1911 Corbin (13:28) -- 1910 Pierce Arrow (16:17) -- Race of the Clouds at Mt. Washington (17:21) -- Crosley (17:30) -- VW (18:10) -- Porsche (19:15) -- Lester MG (20:00) -- Jaguar (20:35) -- Corvette (21:10) -- Jaguar (21:44) -- Ferrari (22:20) -- Maserati (23:26) -- Cooper (25:39).

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Contains samples of "Automobile (reel 1)" by . Retrieved from Tony Schwartz Collection at the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division.