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Cars of 1906
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1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler Surrey Type Four
With a 96-inch wheelbase, this was the last of the Surrey models produced by Jeffery. Its horsepower in 1906 was increased to 18, with speeds "variable up to 35 miles per hour." It sold for $1,350.
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler Surrey Type Three
The Surrey models continued to be popular, this 1906 model sellin for $1,350. Painted an Imperial blue, it seated five passengers, had 30x4 detachable tires (originally invented by Thomas Jeffery in 1882).
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler Truck
From the Moxie World web site. The Truck is posed in front of the New Orleans branch of the Thomas B. Jeffery & Co. Rambler Dealership. Notice Rambler prices for 1906.
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler 147
The catalog was conservative in announcing this model: "A demand exists for a reliable four-cylinder touring car at a moderate price ($1,750) with comfortable seating capacity for five, and sufficient power to permit travel on ordinary country roads. Model 147 meets this demand."
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler 15
This five-passenger touring car proved very popular, especially in the West. It had a 40-horsepower engine, with a 5x5 bore and stroke, sold for $2,500. This model was produced in both 1906 and 1907, with virtually no changes.
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler 16
This was one of the earliest limousines built by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company. The catalog for 1906 extolled it thus: "Every attention is paid to comfort and convenience, and a radiator is provided whereby the desired temperature may at all times be attained, using the water from the cooling system." Its price: $3,000.
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler 19
This two cylinder touring roadster, which sold for $1,250, retained the same 5x6 bore and stroke as had been adopted in 1903. The model pictured was restored in 1953 by Glenn C. Gould, Jr., of St. Petersburg, Fla. He unearthed the antique in Phillips, Maine.
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler Model 15
January 12, 1907 Scientific American.
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler Model 19. Photo provided by Rodney Hengst. Year and model are guesses.
1906 Rambler
1906 Rambler Model 21 and 27
December 1906 Theatre Magazine.