In June 2012 for Father's Day, I took my 85 year old Dad on an old car tour in the 1000 Islands. It was a fun tour organized by the Eastern Ontario Vintage Auto Registry.
In August of 1908, Barney Everett, William Metzger and Walter Flanders merged several smaller motorcar companies to form the E-M-F corporation of Michigan. From 1909 to 1912 the E-M-F "30" motorcar was produced, in various body styles. The number refers to the horsepower of the engine. Prices ranged from $1000 to $1250. The young E-M-F company had no means of marketing their cars and Studebaker