A rare and powerful Brass Era machine maintained in top condition by a dedicated enthusiast. A veteran of numerous tours and events, beautifully presented and ready for action.
This rare and stunning 1908 National Model N 7-Passenger Touring is a fabulous, wonderfully restored example from this distinguished American marque. This incredible motorcar comes to us via an avid collector and champion of brass-era touring who used it regularly on numerous events around the country. It is a proven, powerful and exciting machine that has been expertly prepared and remains ready for immediate enjoyment.
In addition to being in fine mechanical order, the presentation is outstanding. The National has a commanding presence thanks to its grand scale and bold, attractive color scheme. Paint quality is excellent, finished in a period-appropriate combination of duo-tone red with dark blue trim and off-white coach stripes. The wooden artillery wheels are finished with a complimentary red/white/blue pattern and are shod with black wall tires. The livery is punctuated with highly polished brass accessories. These body fittings are in excellent order, including Gray & Davis carriage lamps, acetylene headlamps, and the distinct gullwing-shaped radiator shell. Other details include a brass acetylene tank, twin outboard storage boxes and pyramid-pattern aluminum on the running boards and driver’s floor.