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Attached is a seldom-seen action photograph of an unidentified car and driver smashing into the crowd-control fencing at the Vanderbilt Cup Races held in Santa Monica, California during the summer of 1914. The unstoppable juggernaut was cruising at sixty-miles miles per hour.

Click here to read more about the cars of the past.

Facts about American car ownership in the 1920s can be read here...

Click here to read about the historic trans-Atlantic flight of Charles Lindbergh.

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Earliest Car Crash Photograph  (Popular Mechanics, 1914)

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