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So got any pics of the “1905” duer, I’d love to see it, where was this car made?
On Apr 27, 2018, at 3:32 PM, Jerriffic via Groups.Io <jer038@...
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Experienced a similar situation with a car title. My father inherited a horseless carriage from his uncles estate. he had the local state rep help him obtain a title for the car. At the time we didn't know the year of the car, only the name (Duer) and a couple of patent numbers. My father wrote to the patent office in Washington D.C. with the info he had, this was1970. They sent him a few patent drawings with a date of 1905 on the page. He applied for the title and registered it as a 1905 Duer. Fast forward 20 years, I rented the car out to a movie set when a gentleman approached me with a book detailing every automobile every made. In the book it described a 1907 Duer manufactured in1907 thru1910. To this day the title reads1905 Duer. I don't have any plans on trying to change the date.
Sorry for highjacking this thread.