I’ve often heard Baby Boomers citing their parents telling them that antique Maxwells were more highly regarded then Cadillacs back in the 1910’s and the Roaring ’20s. Here is one of those once in a lifetime opportunities for a true collector to have a real antique Touring car treasure in their collection. A 1922 Maxwell Model 25 Touring was listed by a private party in Guilford, Connecticut. Just seeing this car in the photos is a sight for soar old eyes. But think if you were to own it. They say it comes with the 185 ci 33 hp 4 cylinder engine and standard 3-speed transmission. They describe it as having an “elegant black leather interior, has new carpeting, solid rust free body and frame” from an older restoration. Look at the tires with the two-piece rims. They say it runs great and has only 8,300 miles since the restoration. It will be our DEAL of the DAY on Sunday The asking price is $15,500.
Here is what the seller had to say:
This touring car has the 185 ci, 33 hp 4-cylinder engine with standard 3-speed transmission .elegant black leather interior has new carpeting solid rust free body and frame with a nice older restoration blue and black paint scheme new tires with these awesome two piece rims. the Maxwell runs great only 8,300. miles after restoration the nearly new tan canvas top adds a great complement to the dark body colors.
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