Omaha – Durham Museum (1906 Holsman Motor Car)

This car was produced by the Holsman Automobile Company of Chicago and apparently has a two-cylinder air-cooled engine and chain belt drive, although that means nearly nothing to me. I liked that there’s plenty of information about the car’s history, it was owned by Arthur H. Johnson and his wife Minnie of Columbus, Nebraska.

There aren’t that many cars from the Holsman Automobile Company left on display around the world, around 25, and there’s only one in England, which is located at Burwell Museum and Windmill in Cambridgeshire. I thought that this was interesting as I’ve never heard of the museum before and it sounds a quirky place which is worth a visit, and their 1907 model is in working order.