I’ve already posted a (partial) photo of this American vehicle, but I’m in the midst of going through all my photos from the recent CIAT Cuts, and I wanted to highlight this lovely Corning Buggy again. It was made in the late nineteenth century by the Page Bros. Buggy Co. of Marshall, Michigan, and it’s owned and driven by Fiorenzo Erri of Italy. The horse is a Dutch Warmblood.

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The Corning Buggy also reminded me of this Studebaker Goddard Buggy, illustrated by C. Gray-Parker, and featured on the cover of The Carriage Journal back in March 2011.

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