The Stevens-Duryea was one of the most prestigious automobiles of the pre-World War One era. This huge touring car sold new for a dollar a pound - $4,500. It is powered by a massive 481 cubic-inch six-cylinder motor with dual ignition.
Over the years, this rare 'brass era' automobile has never been completely restored, but rather, maintained. The current owners have enjoyed participating in numerous vintage car tours with this car.
Production of the Stevens-Duryea, which had begun in 1902 ceased following production of the 1915 models and did not resume until 1920, then ceased permanently in 1927. By Daniel Vaughan | Sep 2009