Anderson's Carriage House Revisited 3 - Charron, Giradot et Voight: For those who've never seen one of these, the Anderson's most grand and expensive car was this 1906 CGV. It cost them $23,000 to build, which would be in the neighborhood of $700,000 today. It was made for long distance travel, which was far more adventurous back then. The car could supposedly do 80 miles per hour with a massive 75 hp, 4 cylinder motor. Road quality, however, would have made such speeds a problem. A seat could be made into a bed and the rear compartment had a pseudo drawing room for Mrs. Anderson. The CGV's most notable amenity might have been its toilet, the plumbing for which is something we wonder about. Was it a straight shot down onto the road like the commodes on trains? I keep forgetting to ask. In any event, it looks to be a proper period pissoir. More to follow.