The Anderson Carriage Company produced the Detroit Electric from 1907 to about 1939, making it the longest running line of purely electric automobiles to date. Detroit Electrics were renowned for their exceptional quality, and found favor among wealthy city-dwellers who appreciated its ease and clean, silent operation. This charming Model 97 Brougham is one of fewer than 60 of its type produced in 1932. It is exquisitely restored from stem to stern, presented in a handsome two-tone burgundy and black livery and lovely nickel-plated hardware and fittings. The four-passenger cabin is a particular highlight, with stunningly elaborate fabrics, period-correct detailing, and even more lovely nickel accessories. It is a superb example that is sure to be welcome in the growing number of electric vehicle classes at prestigious concours events around the world. It is a wonderful opportunity to add this jewel-like Detroit Electric to your collection. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.
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