Photographer's Note

To change the subject, here we have a model of an old car that was in an exposition in Roxton Falls. I find it beautiful but I must admit that I have no idea of the mark, nor of the year of fabrication.
For those who know the subject - be at ease for critiques and comments and, if you want to give your technical contribution, of course, also about the photo, you are welcome.

The original picture is in WS.

Curiosity about the word chauffeur: it's from French chauffer (to heat) – it was the person in charge of the furnace on a steamship or a steam train, in order to make the functioning of the "machine" possible. In Quebec, the verb chauffer is still employed in the meaning of driving a vehicle. Chauffeur, the driver, I think that it is universal.

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