A forbearer to today’s Mercedes Benz boasting a 1-cylinder, 5 horsepower, water-cooled gasoline engine.
The auto industry's distant future was a novelty and very popular with the ladies for its smooth and silent operation.
This famous “Little White Buick” brought the automaker into its first mass production levels with the same basic “hydramatic” transmission system used on cars in more contemporary times.
This automobile was tops in prestige and personally owned by Rudolph Valentino of the silent screen era. The body paint was intentionally “alligatored” to create the effect of a leather-covered body.