1914 Stevens-Duryea Model DD Touring

The 1914 Stevens-Duryea Model DD Touring was an automobile produced by the Stevens-Duryea Company, a manufacturer based in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. It was part of the company's Model D line of vehicles, which were produced from 1913 to 1915.

The Model DD Touring was a high-end luxury car, with a price tag of $5,500 in 1914, which is equivalent to around $140,000 in today's dollars. It was powered by a 6-cylinder engine that produced 70 horsepower and could reach a top speed of 70 miles per hour.

The car had a long wheelbase of 132 inches, which provided a smooth ride, and was fitted with a number of advanced features for its time, including electric lights, a self-starter, and a speedometer. The interior was also luxurious, with plush leather seats, a folding windshield, and a folding top that could be raised or lowered depending on the weather.

The Stevens-Duryea Company was known for producing high-quality cars that were reliable and well-engineered, and the Model DD Touring was no exception. However, the high price tag meant that it was only affordable for a wealthy few, and production numbers were relatively low.

Today, the 1914 Stevens-Duryea Model DD Touring is a rare and highly sought-after car among collectors, with examples fetching six-figure prices at auction.

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Production Start 1914
Country of origin USA