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1920 Fergus Brochure Advance Specifications
SKU: QA049111
original Non Color Folder, 11 x 8.5 folded, 22 x 8.5 unfolded, Taped at Edges and Folds, Slightly Soiled, Folded.
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1950 Fergus New York Dealer Letter
SKU: WG3837
original letter, 8.5 x 11, also front part of mailing envelope, 9 x 4, concerns literature, signed, "J.B. Ferguson "
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1921 Fergus Automobile Brochure Newark NJ Ireland
SKU: WQ9262
Original non color folder, 5.5 x 8.5 folded, 11 x 8.5 unillustrated. This advanced automobile was exhibited at the New York Auto Show and had Springs at all four corners, an early exhaust to gas heater, automatic chassis, lubrication, its inventor JB Ferguson of Ireland, produced the car in Newark, New Jersey. Total Production was three cars, the chassis were built in Ireland. Produced by Fergus, Newark, New Jersey.
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1916 1921 Fergus Automobile Brochure Lot Newark NJ & Ireland JB Ferguson
SKU: WT6723
Original lot of four items : non color catalog, 8.5 x 11 ,16 pages, 3 file holes at edge ( torn at these file holes ), torn at the binding, This brochure includes a road test of the vehicle and was used by Fergus as sales literature. This catalog describes the 14-20hp Fergus car which was produced by JB Ferguson of Belfast Ireland. This car was displayed at the 1916 New York Automobile show where it caused a sensation. It had springs at all four corners and an overhead cam engine which was mounted on rubber, an exhaust gas heater to maintain pressure in the engine. It also had a complete automatic chassis lubrication system. The car was created by J.B. Ferguson, a body builder and machine shop owner from Belfast. The plan was to build the car in Ireland and import it into the US. IT was then announced that the company would begin production in New York. After World War I, the car was announced again with a 80 horsepower engine and 4 wheel brakes ( possibly a first for 1920 ? ). Total Fergus production was 3 cars. Also included is a non color sheet, 8.5 x 11, printed both sides, torn at file holes, staple holes at the edge. This brochure includes a road test of the vehicle and was used by Fergus as sales literature. Also includes non color folder, 5.5 x 8.5 folded, 11 x 8.5 unfolded, UNILLUSTRATED, this folder is from 1921 and describes the later Fergus car which sold for 10 thousand dollars and featured an aluminum engine, overhead cams and 4 wheel brakes. Original letter, 8.5 x 11, 2 pages, UNILLUSTRATED, stapled at corner and has several staple holes/tears at the corner, otherwise mostly excellent. This was written on the letterhead of Fergus Motors, New York NY and sent to G.C. Arvedson, Automobile Manufacturer's Association, New York NY. This is apparently in regards to a patent dispute, or possibly a dispute about the New York Auto Show Space. It mentions a Dr. Crump and " The Holley Matter ". It is signed in pen " J.B. Ferguson ", possibly the founder of Fergus Motors. Auction is for all four items. This collection of 4 items includes information on a historically important automobile, which was one of the most expensive when new sold in the US in the early 1920s. The autograph of JB Ferguson included in this lot is also an important related item for an important automobile industry pioneer.
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1920 Fergus Automobile Chassis Brochure Newark New Jersey
SKU: WU5949
Original non color folder, 11 x 8.5 folded, 22 x 8.5 unfolded, has a small tear at the center of the folder, has a vertical fold, has two marker notations on rear cover, shows only one illustration of the chassis, also complete description, produced by Fergus Motors, Newark, New Jersey.
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1921 Fergus Ireland Holbrook Sports Touring Automobile US Brochure 1952
SKU: WU9845
Original non color folder, 7.5 x 11 folded, 22.5 x 11 unfolded, this shows and describes the 1916 Fergus sports touring. The Fergus used a 4 cylinder 2.6 litre OHC engine. 3 chassis were made in Ireland but production did not take place so the manufacturer was transferred to the US and a Holbrook body was installed on the one car made. This brochure was printed in 1952 by Fergus Motors, New York, NY. The Fergus company acquired this car and displayed it at the 1952 Grand Central Palace New York International Motor Sports Show where this brochure was handed out.
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