Last week I asked, would you be happy to drive a forward-firing M1895 Colt-Browning machine gun with armored shield between the front wheel and steering tiller, operated by the front passenger? What was this car? It was the Davidson-Duryea Gun Carriage of 1898. Major Davidson converted a passenger Duryea into the armored car. The conversion was devised by inventor Major (later Colonel) R.P. Davidson, of the Illinois National Guard, then commandant of the Northwestern Military and Naval Academy, Highland Park, Illinois.
So to this week. What was different about the power train of a car called Gregory?
For a free beer at the next car Club meeting (August 13) at Jamesons Irish Pub, be the first correct answer to email [email protected] or [email protected] . And in addition, if you are a Pattaya resident, the closest correct answer will win a free voucher for Casa Pascal’s Breakfast BBQ. Good luck!