Alexander Winton was unquestionably one of the individuals - quite possibly the individual - who launched the American automobile industry. And he did it in Cleveland, Ohio. One of the most famous cars built in that city, the car was in production from 1897 until 1924.
This particular Winton was once owned by Mr. Winton's son, Alexander Winton Jr. He rescued it from a Cincinnati wrecking yard shed, where it had been stored from 1928 to 1952. It was in its original condition. Mr. Winton took the car on several Glidden Tours before selling it to the current owners.
This Model 33 Three-Quarter Limousine was the very top of the line in construction and appointments. The Winton was completely restored many years ago and remains in superb condition.Also photographed at :