1920 Revere This Revere was owned by Adolph Monsen the engineeer for the Revere Automobile Co. This car is unique in a number of ways. The windshield casting are totally different from standard production along with others. The car has 2 steering wheels on the same column, an attempt at power steering. The engine is a Rochester Duesenberg clone. Very similar to the Rochester Duesenberg, but with several improvements primarily the head is a cross flow, giving much better breathing. Car has never been restored, it was in theAusable Chasm Antique Car Museum, owned by Walter H Church in the 1950’s. It was driven onn one the early Glidden Tours. $3800 when new Gauranteed to run 80 Miles Per Hour. Brown and Lipe transmission Timken axles Double side mount wire wheels.
Possible trade Pre 1910 Impressive Car