The first electric car in the United States! 3 speeds forward, 1 reverse. Side tiller steering. Oil headlamps. Pneumatic tires. Overly enhanced brasswork. 24 volt – 40 miles a charge! No professional chauffer needed.
Three colors available: black, blue and studebaker red.
The 1893 Duryea was America’s first automobile made in Springfield, Massachusetts by Frank and Charles Duryea. An original Duryea, a one cylinder, four-cycle vehicle, is in the Smithsonian.
This beautifully hand-crafted replica of the 1893 Duryea features all leather upholstery, a convertible top, and a walnut and brass luggage rack. The headlights are working oil lamps. This Duryea replica seats two comfortably and handles easily. Speed ranges from 0-10 miles per hour. Tiller steering provides direction and while the original Duryea had no brakes, this replica has been outfitted with drum brakes. To hear more about the Duryea:
This stunning replica is available to museums and private collectors alike. Serious inquiries only. Call for pricing.