http://www.blackhorseracing.com/building-road-rally-racing-roadster/ all of the drop down menus do NOT link to other pages, they result in downloads of some file. I'm not opening them.
They brought a 1915 and a 1925 American LaFrance speedster on the Peking to Paris Rally http://www.endurorally.com/pages/peking-to-paris-motor-challenge-2016-participants
Tim – owner of Red Car Restorations in Rockwall – and his team of auto craftsmen hand-built a 1915 and 1925 American LaFrance, which he and the owner of the vehicles, Steve Trafton of Whidbey Island, WA, will pilot for the month-long rally.
The project took two years to complete, turning what were once two fire trucks into finely-tuned Speedsters measuring nine and a half feet tall and 20 feet long, with the tires measuring at 40 inches tall and the engine displacement at 900 cubic inches.
Steve Trafton(USA) / Katherine Trafton(USA) 1915 - American La France
Tim Taylor(USA) / Ike Trafton(USA) 1925 - American La France
Below is a 1917 LaFrance Tourer Speedster
a car that can be driven across a continent, and a car you can stand on... I dig that.
http://gerardbrown.photoshelter.com/gallery-collection/Peking-to-Paris-2016/C0000ihFK0ADq8ds is a great link to see the cars on the route, or get a gallery of any one particular car based on the number it was registered with at this list of oldest to newest in each class http://www.endurorally.com/pages/peking-to-paris-motor-challenge-2016-participants