1911 Stoddard-Dayton Model 11A 5-Passenger Touring

1911 Stoddard-Dayton Model 11A 5-Passenger Touring

The known history of this 1911 Stoddard-Dayton begins in 1963 when it was discovered in Idaho by Mr. Eugene Le Febre. At some point the vehicle had been converted into a pickup. When the vehicle was found the radiator had been damaged, and the rear section of the original bodywork rested in the pickup bed. A restoration soon followed and Mr. Le Febre would retain the car until his passing when it was sold by his wife Arlene Le Febre to Robert Randolph in 1986. It remained in his care until his passing.

The car is finished in the color scheme of cream with light beige leather. It was repainted in 1990 by Tim Stadler and Richard Babb.

The hemispherical combustion chamber, inclined valve cross-flow 40hp Stoddard Dayton engine has brass and bronze exposed valve gear. There is a three-speed sliding gear manual transmission and rear-wheel mechanical drum brakes.

Descriptions & pictures by conceptcarz & bonhams

Production Start 1911
Country of origin USA