|Date Posted:||Feb 16, 2013|
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|Name:||Volo Auto Museum|
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The 1915 style open cars were introduced at the Highland Park plant in January 1915. The bodies were the same as the 1914 except for the front cowl section. The exposed wood firewall was replaced by the metal curved design. The windshield was upright with the top section folding to the rear. The headlights were electric and had brass bezels, and the fenders had "Bills" and were the same as the late 1914\'s. The overall design was "spunky" crisp and cool for the roadster. This car is a recipient of an older restoration that looks excellent with few blemishes. The chassis is of later vintage with a wonderful upgrade, the electric start. Excellent body, good straight panels with handsome brass radiator, all new natural wood wheels, diamond tuft interior and new matching top, all near show condition. This car runs and drives excellent, and you don\'t need to hand crank it. Complete video of this vehicle available. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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