The  All-Connecticut  Reliability  Contest
May  19 - 21,  1910




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As this material (above) shows, 1910 was a very good year for the Columbia cars,
and it continued with the Atlanta-to-New York Good Roads Tour
which is presented later on this webpage.

The previous year (1909), the Connecticut event included three
Columbia cars, but they did not fare nearly as well . . . . .

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The New York Herald - Atlanta Journal
Good Roads Tour of June, 1910.

A Columbia car was the "pathfinder"
from New York to Atlanta,
and then another was one of the "official cars"
(the pacemaker, driven by G.M. Wagner!)
during the contest run from
Atlanta to New York,
in which three additional Columbia
cars participated, and one won its division.
Here are two series of articles about this adventure.



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Next, another account from a different auto magazine.


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Return to the previous Columbia page