1909 Thomas Flyer Flyabout 6-70 : Stock Photo
1909 Thomas Flyer Flyabout 6-70 : Stock Photo

1909 Thomas Flyer Flyabout 6-70

Credit: Car Culture
Creative #: 90441635
Like many car companies, Thomas got it start producing bicycles. Thomas Motor Company produced automobiles from 1902 through 1919. Based in Buffalo, New York, the first cars were mostly small runabouts with seating for two. Fairly quickly, however, Thomas developed a reputation for high-end quality, reliability and endurance. This 1909 Thomas Flyer Flyabout draws directly from the reputation of a 1907 Thomas Flyer that won the famous New York-to-Paris road race in 1908. The Flyer captured world attention through daily newspaper reports filed by a New York Times journalist who launched carrier pigeons from the rear seat of the car throughout the grueling race.

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Collection: Car Culture ® Collection
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