1886 Daimler Motor Carriage Replica

The world’s first four-wheeled car. Just finished! The original Daimler Motor Carriage was burned up in a museum fire. My recreation was duplicated from a replica in the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart-Untertrkheim, Germany.

This is a static reproduction for a museum or private collector. Call for pricing.

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1894 Duryea Automobile Replica

The first Duryea automobile was invented in 1893; an original Duryea is in the Smithsonian. This is the 1894 Model, when the Duryea brothers started producing the automobile seriously. An original 1894 version still exists in the Tallahassee Auto Museum in Tallahassee, Florida.

This year’s model is also the logo for the A.A.C.A., America’s most prestigious auto club. This reproduction of the 1894 Duryea, built primarily of solid walnut wood and polished brass, was hand-crafted by William Eggers in Goshen, Connecticut.

This stunning replica is available to museums and private collectors alike. Serious inquiries only. Call for pricing.

1893 Duryea Automobile Replica

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.

Public Domain image of the Duryea Brothers

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.