Closeup view of two models brought in from St. Louis for display at the show. Both featured covered tops, two rows of seats, and solid rubber tires. The machine in the foreground is the American Mors Automobile, manufactured by the St. Louis Car Co. It was promoted as, “A Car built for performance.” The vehicle in the background came from the Dorris Motor Car Co., which began offering passenger automobiles in 1906.
White Co., which began building cars in 1902, brought four steamers to the auto show in 1907, the only producer to display steamers that year in the Coliseum.
A salesman waits to demonstrate a vehicle called the "American Juvenile" to those at the show. Records indicate that this was the only year on the market for the car.
Cartoon from the Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Conn, ran during the auto show. It shows a horde of salesmen all vying for the attention of the prospective buyer who has loads of money. The ad concludes that the gentleman chose the 1907 Pope-Hartford, which sold for $2,750.