1920 Milburn Electric Model 27L Brougham Vehicle Profile

1920 Milburn Electric photograph

1920 Milburn Electric
Milburns were built in Toledo, Ohio, by the Milburn Wagon Company from 1915 through 1923. The Milburn was a light electric automobile with a top speed of 19 mph, and required a recharge every 60-70 miles. Milburn went on hard times, and started building bodies for Oldsmobile to help cover their overhead. In 1923, General Motors bought the building and began producing Buicks. As a result, Milburn was no longer. The color on this example is the original, and a light pink shade was offered as well, a novelty for its day, when most cars were painted somber tones of blue, brown and gray.

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