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Above left-right: name plate from a 1936 White Motor Company Model 706; a Fageol name plate, and a A.C.F. Brill nameplate. In a “now you know the rest of the story” moment, did you know that the name Fageol is pronounced as “fad-jull”, rhyming with “fragile”? Photos courtesy of kygelberhund.

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