Location: St. Crane Motor Car Company of New Jersey once held the distinction of being the most expensive automobile built in the United States. In 1912 a Crane Model 3 cost an astonishing $8000 without a body; this at a time when median income in America was just $687. While no doubt costly at least it offered quality and performance few could match. Henry Middlebrook Crane had indeed designed
Location: St. Emile Delahaye is one of the founding fathers of the Automobile Industry. Like his contemporaries Gottlieb Daimler Ferdinand Porsche and Henry Ford Delahaye built his first automobile before the turn of the twentieth century – in 1895. Emile Delahaye designed the early cars himself and he remained with the company he had founded after selling to two Paris-based industrialists Léon
Location: St. Roebling-Planche of Trenton New Jersey made just a handful of cars in 1909 and if the Roebling family hadn’t persisted in their desire to build motorcars the company would have faded into obscurity like so many other flash-in-the-pan manufacturers of the time. The Roeblings had made their fortune from major civil engineering projects most notably the building of the Brooklyn Bridge
By 1917, Cadillac had already established itself as a leader in innovation and quality. Cadillac’s founder Henry Leland was a true pioneer of American industry and a champion for mass produced, precision machine manufacturing. Cadillac’s breakthrough of the electric Self-Starter system and electric lights in 1912 were largely responsible for cementing the internal combustion automobile’s dom
is my fully restored Swift, a 1910 7bhp model. I have three full folders of history to accompany the car, inclusive of photo`s documenting the restoration process; this Swift was also previously owned by the director of the Swift Motor Company. Please contact me for further details.
Roebling-Planche of Trenton, New Jersey made just a handful of cars in 1909, and if the Roebling family hadn’t persisted in their desire to build motorcars, the company would have faded into obscurity like so many other flash-in-the-pan manufacturers of the time. The Roeblings had made their fortune from major civil engineering projects, most notably the building of the Brooklyn Bridge. Followin
This 1914 Cadillac Touring Convertible . It is equipped with a 4 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is Green with a Black interior. - 1914 Cadillac Touring Green with Black leather interior. Excellent car for restoration. Extremely rare. Just came out of estate. For only $59,500.
1916 Buick Touring 1916 saw several interesting things happening to Buick, one of them being the consolidation of the Buick Motor Company with the Weston-Mott Company which had moved its plant from Utica, New York, to Flint, Michigan. This old established firm had opened its doors in 1886 to manufacture bicycles; and later supplied wire wheels for the Curved Dash Olds Runabout and axles to Cadilla
One of three known to exist. Ex-Harrah`s, completely restored and documented in 1996 issue of “Automobile Quarterly.” Outfitted for safe, reliable, fast touring. Amazing! This 1913 Pope-Hartford Model 33 4-passenger touring is one of just 228 Model 33s built before the company closed and is one of only three 4-passenger touring models to exist today. Discovered in Puerto Rico in 1962 by the la