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1920 Locomobile

1920 Locomobile

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SPECIFICATIONS
Body Style: Roadster Model 48, LaBaron body

Factory Price: Appx. $6,700
Production: Custom
Weight Curb: x
Engine: 6-cyclinder T-head, 4.5×5.5
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Horse Power: 98.6
Cubic Inches: 525
Wheel Base: 142 in.
Transmission: 4 speed
Brakes: Mechanical rear wheel brakes

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[column grid=”2″ span=”1″]Locomobile built cars from 1900 to 1929 and was considered one of the premier cars of its time. In 1914 Locomobile set up a custom car department headed by designer DeCausse. Locomobile used other body builders and designers such as LeBaron Inc. who opened their doors in 1920.
In 1922 William Durant bought the Locomobile Co. with the intension of making the brand the elite car of GM. This did not work out as Durant over extended his financial resources. Locomobile ceased production in 1929. LeBaron Inc. was created and owned by Raymond Dietrich and Tom Hibbard.
This car will be shown at the Concours d’Elegance in Palos Verdes, September 15, 2013.
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