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Your Name: Richard Shafer    
Your Location: Ft Myers, Fl
Date: 2016-11-12 16:48:54

Comments[274]:

great stuff to read


Your Name: Rob Dannels    
Your Location: RoseHill Iowa. USA
Date: 2016-07-28 19:04:59

Comments[273]:

Very interested in all AutoWagons and buggy or highwheelers the mechanic's motors trans drive trains restoration parts you name it.


Your Name: ginny shueey    
Your Location: Nebraska
Date: 2016-07-12 07:07:45

Comments[272]:

Thank you for the information. Wonderful history. Only wanted to thank and let you know many of the pictures will not load.


Your Name: Al Leach    
Your Location: Venice, Florida
Date: 2016-07-04 07:37:22

Comments[271]:

Thank you for this great website, it is fast and easy to navigate. Very informative with the links to Alvaro Krotz etc. A week ago I had the pleasure of driving a 1908 Sears which was the highlight of a trip I took. Thank you again. Al Leach


Your Name: Sandy Rose    
Your Location: Arlington, Texas
Date: 2016-06-29 19:17:09

Comments[270]:

I would guess that many Sears owners may not be aware that the 1951 movie, "Excuse My Dust", featured Sears Motor Buggies... Background.. MGM bought 3 Sears, maybe 4, and one was lost during the shooting in the river. Our Sears Registry notes those surviving cars and current owners. A few years ago, the movie became available on CD.. cheap and a great story. Just Google "Excuse My Dust". Sandy


Your Name: Sandy Rose    
Your Location: Arlington, Texas
Date: 2016-06-27 18:13:44

Comments[269]:

Sears wheel bearings are no longer available... from Timken or anywhere so far as I have found. Does anyone have a solution to machining the spindles for modern bearings? Specs...bearing source... part numbers?


Your Name: Peter Yates    
Your Location: Leeds UK
Date: 2016-06-21 17:51:11

Comments[268]:

Most impressive site - thank you. Motor historian David Burgess-Wise suggests the high-wheeler in 'I Married a Witch' (1942) is a Sears (Motor Buggy) Runabaout. I thought it might be a Studio-built Special. Do you happen to know the vehicle(?) of which there's a still image on imcdb.org Best wishes Peter


Your Name: Rob Dannels    
Your Location: Rose Hill Iowa USA
Date: 2016-06-08 14:40:29

Comments[267]:

I'am looking for a Sears light delivery or wagon to restore or power train we have a restoration or presavation shop for trucks and tractors and can make alot of parts but this project is for me.Iam interested in all high wheelers.Thanks alot Please contact me


Your Name: Steve Hall    
Your Location: Live Oak, FL
Date: 2016-05-22 11:28:14

Comments[266]:

Nice site. I have a 1910 Sears model N Light Delivery truck.


Your Name: Nigel Tate    
Your Location: Grand Blanc, MI
Date: 2015-12-25 19:52:31

Comments[265]:

Thank you for posting info about these vehicles. I was looking for info on these vehicles, as a preface for an article on Sears' later foray into the automotive business, the 1952-54 Allstate.


Your Name: David Doherty    
Your Location: Palm Springs CA
Date: 2015-12-07 16:15:15

Comments[264]:

Thank you for posting this page on Alvaro Krotz. I see a couple of my relatives have written to you as well as he was also my Great Great Uncle, the younger brother of my Great Grandfather Alonzo Krotz from Defiance Ohio. Is there any kind of archive or family collection about his life in photos or documents? I know almost nothing about the Krotz family as my Grandmother Mildred Rosalie Krotz rarely talked about it.


Your Name: Regina Thomas    
Your Location: Aurora, CO
Date: 2015-12-05 10:21:55

Comments[263]:

Thank you so much for posting this! I believe this is my grandmothers uncle. So interesting!


Your Name: Carol Gukich    
Your Location: Arbor Vitae, wi
Date: 2015-10-29 11:17:55

Comments[262]:

I have contacted you previously but was unable to comply to yourquestions as we were moving from FL to Wisconsin in spring of 2014. I have a Sears Automobile, believe it was built in 1908, my Father bought it directly from Mr.Krotz in his workshop in Rockton. I was a child and with my Father; it was in the 40's. I have a photo of him with the car but have not found it yet. We will be moving again(in Dec) locally to a home with large garage so we can take photos. One appraiser believes it is a hand built vehicle, before mass production. We are interested in selling the vehicle and will contact you for information regarding this in case you know of someone that may be interested. The vehicle isso rare that we don't want to sell it in usual manner. thank you. Carol Gukich


Your Name: James Thrasher    
Your Location: Lansing, KS
Date: 2015-08-28 07:18:31

Comments[261]:

This is a great web site....well organized and easy (fun) to read. Thanks, Jim


Your Name: Richard Stevens    
Your Location: Kentucky
Date: 2015-08-27 20:06:58

Comments[260]:

An update on the 1908 it has seriel # 1046 and should have it running in about 2 or 3 weeks. The owner wants to get it ready for up coming parades.


Your Name: Richard Stevens    
Your Location: Kentucky
Date: 2015-08-22 18:09:38

Comments[259]:

I saw a 1908 Sears Motor buggy and will identify and let you know the details, thanks for a great web site.


Your Name: Jim Thrasher    
Your Location: Kansas
Date: 2015-07-22 01:07:41

Comments[258]:

Great web site. I would like as many pictures and drawings of component parts as are available. Are there any of these cars for sale that you know of? Thanks, Jim


Your Name: ALLEN M "Bill" DEAN    
Your Location: CHEYENNE, WYO
Date: 2015-07-02 20:58:44

Comments[257]:

My grandmother's brother on my mother's mother's side, was this man "Uncle Krotz" This is a very well-designed website


Your Name: Russell Thornton    
Your Location: Duncan Oklahoma
Date: 2015-05-06 08:51:13

Comments[256]:

My dad bought a Sears in 1968. The title shows it to be a 1908. I saw one run at the Pate swap meet this weekend and thats how I found this website.This is a very helpful website! Thanks


Your Name: Tom Ronnberg    
Your Location: Finland
Date: 2015-04-04 14:47:27

Comments[255]:

Hi John, A Sears Motor Buggy serial no. 3193, was some years ago purchased from an auction at Aalholm Automobile Museum in Denmark by a Finnish buyer and brought to Finland. Best Regards, Tom. Tom Ronnberg Museum car inspector for the Veteran Car Club of Finland www.sahk.fi www.sahk.fi www.slamu.fi



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