Colonial - Cars

Cars

  • Colonial (1920 automobile), the first American automobile with four-wheel brakes
  • Colonial (Shaw automobile), a rebranded Shaw sold from 1921 until 1922
  • Colonial (1921 automobile), a car from Boston which was sold from 1921 until 1922

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    For I could not read or speak and on the long nights I could not turn the moon off or count the lights of cars across the ceiling.
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