1908 Pullman Model H Light Touring

The 1908 Pullman Model H Light Touring was an automobile produced by the Pullman Motor Car Company. It was one of the first cars produced by the company, which was founded in York, Pennsylvania in 1905.

The Model H was a two-seater roadster with a 25 horsepower four-cylinder engine. It had a wheelbase of 98 inches and a weight of approximately 2,100 pounds. The car was equipped with a three-speed manual transmission and was capable of reaching speeds up to 50 miles per hour.

The Model H was built with a stylish design, featuring a rounded hood and curved fenders. It also had a unique feature for its time, a fold-down windshield, which allowed for a more open-air driving experience.

While the Pullman Motor Car Company did not achieve the same level of success as other early automobile manufacturers, the Model H Light Touring was a notable contribution to the early days of the automobile industry. Today, the Pullman brand is primarily associated with its historic luxury rail cars, which were used by presidents, royalty, and celebrities in the early 20th century.

Descriptions & pictures by conceptcarz & en.wheelsage & flickr

Production Start 1908
Country of origin USA