Ryland Scott Photography | A-03 1910 American Underslung Traveler Toy Tonneau | A-03 1910 American Underslung Traveler Toy Tonneau
Uploaded 28-Aug-14
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A-03 1910 American Underslung Traveler Toy Tonneau

Harry Stutz, who went on to form his own eponymous car company, designed the first car for the American Motors Company, which debuted in1905. When Stutz left the following year, he was replaced by Fred L. Tone, who redesigned the chassis and suspension system. The underslung design, with the chassis below the suspension, gave the car a low and intriguing appearance. This rare 1910 American Underslung Traveler, one of very few still in existence, was one of 300 produced in 1910. It is equipped with a 50-hp, 7.8-liter, 4-cylinder Teetor-Hartley engine. A high-ticket item, these cars cost about $4,500 when new. Owned in 2014 by William Johnston & Ronald Elenbaas (The Off Brothers Collection), Richland, Michigan
NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D3S, f/11 @ 27 mm, 1/320, ISO 400, No Flash

A-03 1910 American Underslung Traveler Toy Tonneau