- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Manual
1924 Maxwell Sport Touring
The Maxwell automobile company produced automobiles from 1904 through 1925. The operation began in Tarrytown, New York under the name of Maxwell-Briscoe Company. The name was chosen after its founders, Jonathan Dixon Maxwell and the Briscoe Brothers Metalworks. Jonathan Maxwell had gained experience while working for Oldsmobile and Benjamin Briscoe was one of the early industry pioneers. Their factory was the former location used for John Brisben Walker's Mobile Steamer.
In 1925 Walter Chrysler formed the Chrysler Motor Corporation and the Maxwell line was phased out and its assets were absorbed by Chrysler. The Chrysler automobiles in 1926 were basically four-cylinder Maxwells from the year before.
What a really cool car to go touring with. You can take four friends and go for a nice ride in this striking 1924 Maxwell Sport Touring car. With a 185ci engine and 21hp you won't be setting any land speed records, but you'll have a lot of fun and garnish a lot of attention driving down the road. The paint and the interior show very little wear and are both in really good condition. This car has a 3-speed manual transmission and an electric start. There is also a battery disconnect for when the car is stored. Take a look at this car, you won't be disappointed.