Produced by the Anderson Electric Car Company, the Detroit Electric is America’s longest-running brand of pure electric cars, offered in a variety of forms between 1907 and 1939. This 1916 Model 75 Brougham is exemplary of the Detroit Electric’s quality and luxury. The subject of a high-quality and comprehensive restoration, it is presented in a lovely color scheme of rose with black fenders, and with a beautifully restored, highly detailed red leather interior. Features include period-correct nickel and brass lamps, parlor-style seating for four, and is recently fitted with new batteries. A wonderful early electric that’s fit for a wide variety of uses in this rapidly growing segment of automobile collecting. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.
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