1910 Maxwell Model E news, pictures, and information
Chassis Num: 3918
In 1909 Alice Hyler Ramsey and three female companions drove a simular Maxwell Cross Country, to be the first woman to do so. Considering there were no roads, hiways or service facilities beyond town limits, this was quite a feat for Mrs. Ramsey and her Maxwell.
Original Maxwell Advertisement
The Maxwell for 1911 is out! And again it has broken all precedents for the tremendous value it offers in a car of moderate price. It has always been big and roomy. It has always been known for its reliability at all times - its wonderful durability - its mechanical simplicity. In every respect it has always stood head and shoulders above other cars selling at anywhere near the price. But this year the strikingly attractive designs of the Maxwell and its many added refinements of equipment has created a still higher standard of Maxwell value.
Rational Speed, Luxurious Comfort
We believe in uniformity. The Maxwell is not built for speed to the exclusion of more vital motor requirements. Beautiful appearance has not alone been attained to the sacrifice of mechanical efficiency. Our idea is equal reliability and superiority in exery part - in a word - composite perfection. That's why the Maxwell doesn't break down first here and then there like many cars. They give years of staunch, durable service - have an abundance of power - offer all the speed of any sane driver could ask for or use.
The 1910 Maxwell Model E was powered by a four-cylinder engine that produced 30 horsepower. It was available in only one body style, a Tonneau, and rested on a wheelbase that measured 110-inches. The other models in the Maxwell lineup for 1910 included the two-cylinder Model AA Runabout, the 22 horsepower 4-cylinder Model Q which was available as a Surrey, four-passenger Touring car, or as a Runabout. The final model in the 1910 catalog was the Model G five-passenger Touring car which shared its four-cylinder engine and 110-inch wheelbase with the Model E.
By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2009
By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2009
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