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Welcome to the Unclassified Sears Motorbuggy Photo Page

So you want to see some Pictures of Sears Automobiles? Well, you have found the right page

These are photos which I was not able to classify, so I grouped them all together here. Click on the small picture to see the full size picture. ENJOY THE PHOTOS!!!

If you have a picture of a Sears you would like included here, please send it to me either via e-mail or US-mail at the address' below. If you choose to use the US mail to send me a photograph, and wish to have the photo returned, please also send a Self Addressed Stamped envelope along with the photo. Include important data such as Year, Model Number, Serial Number (both on the frame and on the brass plate on the body), owners name and any other data you would like. THANKS!!!


General Sears Photos
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This is a picture from Sears factory Literature which shows three Sears automobiles on a country dirt road. Shows a nice view of the back of a Sears.
Posted 2009-04-22


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Mr. lones of Elkton, OH, Satisfying Himself that His Sears Can Climb Hills.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Mr. Lones on the Brick Pavement in East Liverpool, OH
Posted 2009-04-23


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Two Sears on a farm scene wait patiently while their owners converse about the weather. I wonder what the cow was thinking?
Posted 2009-04-23


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Two Sears on what looks like a city street wait patiently while their owners converse about the stock market. The closest one is a Model P.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Three Sears Rough Roads on an 85 mile trip in the hottest days of Summer. Going 15-20 MPH on an 80 Mile Trip and Motors Keeping Cool.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Mr. Fleckhamer in New York after Driving from Providence, RI.
Posted 2009-04-23


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All Happy after 75 Miles Driving Over the Chicago Park Boulevard System. Nothing to think of but the pleasure of Driving.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Pleased and contented. Enjoying his car.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Milwaukee to Chicago afer a Heavy Rain
Posted 2009-04-23


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Lenanon, IL

Sear, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, IL.
  The Sears Motor Buggy plowed through deep snow and over glassy ice to the lower farm, where I went hunting rabbits. It stood nicely until I got thirteen rabbits, without breaking loose. I didnt even tie it, and it brought me home faster than my horse could.
    J.PERY SILVER
Posted 2009-04-23


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"The Old Kentucky Home", Ashland, KY

After 28 Miles of Rough Roads,97 in the shade, Long Hills, Following Heavy Rain.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Delivering the Mail near Louisville, KY
Posted 2009-04-23


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On Grand Avenue in Millwaukee Starting for Chicago
Posted 2009-04-23


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Starting for the Summer Resort.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A Sears from the front with the storm front installed.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A Sears from the side with the storm front installed.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A Sears out among the Beauties of Summer.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A group of Sears chassis out on the testing grounds where they work out all the bugs.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Starting for a Picnic. A Fair Load. Not an Overload for the Sears. Nothing to do but Enjoy the Pleasures of Motoring.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Here is a lovely lady in a Sears. Sears used women in many of their ads to show how easy the car was to operate.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A women showing the ease of shifting the Sears.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A women showing how easy it is to start the Sears.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Look how convienently located the throTTle and spark are located.
Posted 2009-04-23


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Even in a fancey dress, the foot controls are easy to manage.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A picture showing the Sears Chassis. Note the carburetor choke wire coming out the side of the frame.
Posted 2009-04-23


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The Reeves 2-Clinder Opposed Air Cooled engine. This is one of at least two different engines used in the Sears.
Posted 2009-04-23


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A picture showing the Batter and Coil area under the seat.
Posted 2009-04-23


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This is a picture of the Sears nameplate on the back of a 1910 Sears. You can see the different style used in 1910 according to the Sears Automobile catalogue. This is an artist rendition though. Does anyone have an actual piture of this style of name tag they could send ,me?
Posted 2009-04-23


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This is a picture of the card that is on the Noxon Coils in the Sears cars. The original size is 4 1/2'' X 2 5/16''.
Posted 2009-04-27


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A picture of the Sears Factory at Harrison and Loomis in Chisago. This factory no longer exists. Sears automobiles were built in this factory starting sometime in 1909. Before that, they were built in Evansville, IN in the Hercules Buggy plant.
Posted 2009-04-23


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This is a picture of Alvaro S. Krotz, the designer of the Sears, with his own personal Sears. This pictures appeared in a fall 1956 issue of the Antigue Automobile magazine published by the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA). Thanks to the AACA for permission to use this photo.
Posted 2009-04-30


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This is a picture of the original style horn used on the Sears. Kind of a different little horn. I do not know if there were any markings indicating a manufacturer, but if I find out I will update this listing. Please let me know if you know any more about this horn. Thanks to Wayne Sutton for the photo.
Posted 2009-05-08


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This is a picture of the first of the 3 styles of switch plate covers used on the Sears.
Posted 2011-01-10


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This is a picture of the second of the 3 styles of switch plate covers used on the Sears.
Posted 2011-01-10



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