|Brown-Lipe Spur Type gear for the rear axle, which would be found on a Hardy Roadster. This was the same gearing used on the first 1903 Buick.|
|This shows the workings for the Champion Transmission, the type used in the Flint Roadster. This is from the Cycle and Trade Journal of February 1, 1903.|
|Here are the full specifications from the Horseless Age magazine from December 31, 1902.|
|This would be the early model with center mounted tiller, just like the one for sale on Ebay. The color scheme I find most often mentioned in numerous publications state, red body with red leather seat.|
|This is the same vehicle as shown below with the two passengers.|
|Sloan Museum Hardy Flint Roadster.|
|Here is another Flint Roadster I found on line, so there must be at least three of these historic vehicles still around.|
Gregg Morse alerted me to the sale of the Flint Roadster shown below on E-bay. I hope whoever gets it saves the original paint.The seller was including the original wire wheels. I have included an article from The Horseless Age magazine dated: June 30, 1903. update: the ebay Roadster sold for $27,600.