Four people sit in a Pope-Toledo car by the Albert Weise Block, at Adams and Cherry Streets, October 21, 1907. The Pope-Toledo was one make from the Pope Motor Car Company founded by Colonel A.A. Pope, a manufacturer in Toledo, Ohio between 1903 and 1909. The Pope-Toledo was the most expensive of the Pope models. The 1903 Pope-Toledo was a two-seated open car powered by a straight 3 cylinder, 182 cubic inch engine, a 3 speed gearbox drive with chains to each rear wheel, and a wood chassis with a steel sub-frame carrying the main mechanical components. The following year the model was remade into a touring car carrying five passagengers. By 1907 the company models included limousines and seven seat cars. As a luxury car, it was considered fast, making a trip to Green Bay from Chicago in less than four days - a "record breaking" trip. The Otto Stiller Collection.