The Motor Vehicles ClipArt gallery offers 98 illustrations of cars, fire trucks, ambulances and other powered land vehicles.

In the season of 1915 the 8-cylinder car proved an absorbing topic for automobile engineers and experts, as well as for the layman, and many 8-cylinder cars were speedily rushed upon the market. Adams, 1919

8-Cylinder car

In the season of 1915 the 8-cylinder car proved an absorbing topic for automobile engineers and experts,…

One of the first working motor cars invented in the early 1900's using a gasoline-engine.

Automobile

One of the first working motor cars invented in the early 1900's using a gasoline-engine.

A family travels in an automobile.

Automobile

A family travels in an automobile.

One of the earliest models of the automobile, which was steam-powered.

A Precursor of the Automobile

One of the earliest models of the automobile, which was steam-powered.

An automobile used for transportation that is run completely off electricity.

Electric Automobile

An automobile used for transportation that is run completely off electricity.

An automobile used for transportation that is run completely off electricity.

Electric Automobile

An automobile used for transportation that is run completely off electricity.

This is a recreational automobile sign.

Automobile, Outline

This is a recreational automobile sign.

This is a recreational automobile sign.

Automobile, Silhouette

This is a recreational automobile sign.

A side view of Barford and Perkins water—ballast rollers. The vehicle operated using an internal combustion engine to turn the back tires by a drive chain and stopped by turning the wheel on the right. A stirring chain was connected from the front rollers to the large wheel.

Side View of Barford and Perkins Water Ballast Rollers

A side view of Barford and Perkins water—ballast rollers. The vehicle operated using an internal…

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

Bike Trail, Black and White

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

Bike Trail, Color

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

Bike Trail, Outline

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

Bike Trail, Silhouette

This sign is used to indicate that a bike trail is located nearby.

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

Bus Stop, Black and White

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

Bus Stop, Color

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

Bus Stop, Color

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

Bus Stop, Outline

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

Bus Stop, Silhouette

This sign indicates that a bus stop is located nearby.

This illustration shows three different views of the 1915 Caproni Type C A-4 Triplane.

Caproni Type C A-4 Triplane, 1915

This illustration shows three different views of the 1915 Caproni Type C A-4 Triplane.

An illustration of a car stirring up dust on a dry road.

Car on Dry Dusty Street

An illustration of a car stirring up dust on a dry road.

An illustration of a car on a muddy street.

Car on Muddy Street

An illustration of a car on a muddy street.

An illustration of a car smoking.

Car Smoking

An illustration of a car smoking.

Winding up the street-car springs.

Car Springs

Winding up the street-car springs.

An illustration of the "four-cylinder, 40-45 horse-power, seven passenger Great Arrow Touring Car." -MacMillian, 1906

Great Arrow Touring Car

An illustration of the "four-cylinder, 40-45 horse-power, seven passenger Great Arrow Touring Car."…

A side internal and chassis view of Albion car. The car has 16 horsepower and weighs 2 tons. The shaft, in the middle, comes from the engine to the back gears. The back gears are connected to the wheel by a driving chain.

Internal and Chassis View of Albion Car

A side internal and chassis view of Albion car. The car has 16 horsepower and weighs 2 tons. The shaft,…

The high cost and low top speed of electric vehicles compared to later internal combustion vehicles caused a worldwide decline in their use.

Electric Carriage Type Vehicle

The high cost and low top speed of electric vehicles compared to later internal combustion vehicles…

A steam road carriage that was invented in 1802 by Richard Trevithick. The front wheel is half the length of the rear wheels and is situated between the two. The engine is fixed at the center of the boiler. In turn, the fly wheel and spur gear connections are fixed to the drive axle of the engine.

Road Carriage

A steam road carriage that was invented in 1802 by Richard Trevithick. The front wheel is half the length…

A three-wheeled steam artillery carriage. This image shows a detail of the boiler and its connection to the driver car.

Steam Carriage

A three-wheeled steam artillery carriage. This image shows a detail of the boiler and its connection…

The side view of 1802 Trevithick's Steam Carriage. This horseless carriage is operated by a steam engine in the back, rotating the wheels. The front wheels turn the vehicle, operated by the stick.

Side View of 1802 Trevithick Steam Carriage

The side view of 1802 Trevithick's Steam Carriage. This horseless carriage is operated by a steam engine…

Old cars driving down a city road.

Cars

Old cars driving down a city road.

A cat driving a car.

Cat Driving

A cat driving a car.

An internal combustible Barford and Perkins water ballast rollers chassis. The fuel tank is located directly in front the driver. The lever is connected to the gear box.

Chassis of Barford and Perkins Water Ballast Rollers

An internal combustible Barford and Perkins water ballast rollers chassis. The fuel tank is located…

A Hallford—Stevens petrol—electric vehicle. The vehicle is considered to be an early hybrid vehicle without battery storage. The vehicle continuously ran to generate power for the back two motors connected to the wheels.

Hallford Stevens Petrol Electric Vehicle Chassis with Two Back Motors

A Hallford—Stevens petrol—electric vehicle. The vehicle is considered to be an early hybrid…

"One of the chief advantages of the side—chain drive lies in the fact that there is, with it, less weight below the springs than with any other form of final drive. The only parts below the springs are: the fixed back axle; the chain rings; the road wheels themselves; the road—wheel brakes and part of the weight of the chains." —Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1910

Six Ton Wagon Chassis

"One of the chief advantages of the side—chain drive lies in the fact that there is, with it,…

A cross-section view of a steam powered coach. The image reveals the boiler, the cylinders, and the mechanics of the driving wheel.

Mechanical Coach

A cross-section view of a steam powered coach. The image reveals the boiler, the cylinders, and the…

The Notable Coach, Invented around 1829 by a man named James. It was the first practical steam carriage build. This diagram was drawn from an old wood cut.

Notable Coach

The Notable Coach, Invented around 1829 by a man named James. It was the first practical steam carriage…

Church's three-wheeled coach, invented in 1833. This diagram was drawn from and old wood cut. It shows the forward spring wheel that is mounted on the steering pivot.

Three-Wheeled Coach

Church's three-wheeled coach, invented in 1833. This diagram was drawn from and old wood cut. It shows…

A Hancock Coach cross-sectioned in order to display the engine and driving connections. (A) is the exhaust pipe that leads steam to screen (C) and up the flue (D) along with other exhaust from grate (B). (E) is the boiler, (H) is the out-take pipe, (K) is the engine cylinder, (J) is the water-feed pump, (G) is a rotary fan that creates forced drought, and (F) is the flue leading to the grate.

Hancock Coaches

A Hancock Coach cross-sectioned in order to display the engine and driving connections. (A) is the exhaust…

A superheated steam tractor built by Colonel Crompton. The boiler, located in the front, heats the water, then the steam enters the piston near the rear wheel. The large rear wheel is connected to the gears by a drive chain.

Colonel Crompton's Superheated Steam Tractor

A superheated steam tractor built by Colonel Crompton. The boiler, located in the front, heats the water,…

Two views of a cross-sectioned car, one from the side, one from above.

Car Cross-Section

Two views of a cross-sectioned car, one from the side, one from above.

This illustration shows three different views of the Curtis Model 18-I Triplane. It has a 400 horsepower K-12 engine.

Curtis Model 18-I Triplane

This illustration shows three different views of the Curtis Model 18-I Triplane. It has a 400 horsepower…

This illustration shows three different views of the Curtis Model J N 4-B Military Tractor.

Curtis Model J N 4-B Military Tractor

This illustration shows three different views of the Curtis Model J N 4-B Military Tractor.

Section view of De Dion French automobile.

De Dion

Section view of De Dion French automobile.

This illustration shows three different views of the De Haviland 4 Reconnaissance Plane. This plane has a 400 horsepower Liberty Engine.

De Haviland 4 Reconnaissance Plane

This illustration shows three different views of the De Haviland 4 Reconnaissance Plane. This plane…

Electric cab.

Electric cab

Electric cab.

Rapid transit in which electricity is the motive power.

Electric Car

Rapid transit in which electricity is the motive power.

An illustration of the Electric Victoria Phaeoton built by the Studebaker company.

Electric Victoria Phaeoton

An illustration of the Electric Victoria Phaeoton built by the Studebaker company.

This motor vehicle engine, is an internal combustion engine in which high temperature and pressure gases produce a combustion which directly applies force t a moveable component of the engine.

Motor Vehicle Engine

This motor vehicle engine, is an internal combustion engine in which high temperature and pressure gases…

An early fire engine.

Fire Engine

An early fire engine.

A machine designed to throw water for the purpose of extinguishing fires.

Fire Engine

A machine designed to throw water for the purpose of extinguishing fires.

A six cylinder fire engine with Gwynne centrifugal pump by Dennis Brothers Ltd. The engine have a retractable ladder, a bell in the front passenger, and hoses to connect to the pump. The pump is constructed with a turning circular disc inside to force the water flow out of the source.

Dennis Six Cylinder Fire Engine with Centrifugal Pump

A six cylinder fire engine with Gwynne centrifugal pump by Dennis Brothers Ltd. The engine have a retractable…

A Halley six cylinder fire engine with centrifugal pump. The fire engine pumps water from the tank in the back to put fire out with the junction hose (located on the side of the vehicle).

Six Cylinder Halley Fire Engine with centrifugal pump

A Halley six cylinder fire engine with centrifugal pump. The fire engine pumps water from the tank in…

"A Fire Engine is a machine employed for throwing a jet of water for the purpose of extinguishing fires. The more recently constructed fire engines include contrivances for preventing the entrance of mud and gravel. They are usually drawn by two horses, though smaller engines are made to be drawn by hand or by one horse, while steam-propelled engines are in use in some cities."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Steam Fire Engine

"A Fire Engine is a machine employed for throwing a jet of water for the purpose of extinguishing fires.…

This illustration shows three different views of a Handley-Page Twin Liberty Motored Type O 400 Bomber.

Handley-Page Twin Liberty Motored Type O 400 Bomber

This illustration shows three different views of a Handley-Page Twin Liberty Motored Type O 400 Bomber.

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal curvature, and/or other physical features require special precautions on the part of road users.

Hill, Black and White

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal…

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal curvature, and/or other physical features require special precautions on the part of road users.

Hill, Color

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal…

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal curvature, and/or other physical features require special precautions on the part of road users.

Hill, Outline

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal…

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal curvature, and/or other physical features require special precautions on the part of road users.

Hill, Silhouette

The Hill sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the length, percent of grade, horizontal…

This is the ICE or internal combustion engine for an automobile, featuring a mixture of fuel and oxidizer in the combustion chamber

Internal Combustion Engine

This is the ICE or internal combustion engine for an automobile, featuring a mixture of fuel and oxidizer…

This illustration shows three different views of the Lawson Type C-1 Twin Liberty Motored Aerial Transport.

Lawson Type C-1 Twin Liberty Motored Aerial Transport

This illustration shows three different views of the Lawson Type C-1 Twin Liberty Motored Aerial Transport.