In the mid-1920s, buyers seeking the finest automobile in America did not have to look further than the Locomobile Model 48. The Model 48 offered abundant horsepower, robust construction, and opulent coachwork that put it at the pinnacle of American motoring, right alongside Packard, Peerless, and Pierce-Arrow. This Model 48 wears the handsome and sporting factory-built four-passenger open Sportif body, and benefits from a well-preserved high-quality restoration. It is a former AACA National First Prize winner, and is beautifully detailed with period correct accessories like a search lamp, dual rear-mount spares, artillery wheels, and gorgeous nickel-plated Bausch & Lomb Optics headlamps. Beautifully presented in an appealing period-style livery and ready for a wide range of events, including CCCA shows and CARavan tours. This vehicle recently arrived and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.
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