1922 Haynes Model 55 news, pictures, and information
In 1913 a six-cylinder car joined the line, followed by a twelve in 1916. The company would continue to sell cars well into the early 1920's. However, by 1924 the company was in bankruptcy and by 1924 the Haynes Company was no more.
This vehicle is a 1922 Haynes Model 55 Touring Car that is powered by a six-cylinder engine that produces 50 horsepower. The car rests on a 121-inch platform and weighs 3210 pounds. The original price of this car was $1,795.
By Daniel Vaughan | Nov 2010
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