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1911 American Model 50 Underslung

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This 1911 American Underslung Traveler spent two decades of its life, from 1994 to 2014, on loan to the Petersen Automotive Museum and on exhibit in its diorama 'Stuck in the Mud.' The American Motor Car Company was founded in 1906 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Harry Stutz designed its first automobile, but he left almost immediately to found his own car company, and Fred Tone took over as chief engineer. It was Tone who designed the first American Underslung in 1907, and it proved so popular that all the company's cars were soon underslungs. This 1911 Underslung, with the chassis mounted below the center of its massive 40-inch-in-diameter wheels, is powered by a 4-cylinder T-head engine producing 50 horsepower. It was priced at $4,250.

1911 American Model 50 Underslung

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