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Offered here is an outstanding 1911 Stevens Duryea model X touring. The model X was one of Stevens Duryea's best designs featuring a very generous 30 Horsepower L-Head engine paired with a smooth 3 speed progressive transmission. This car has been toured quite a bit over the years and is mechanically in fantastic condition. The car itself is also outstandingly original and has wonderful provenance.
Owned by the original family up until the late 1940's in Long Island, New York, it was sold to Henry Austin Clark Jr. Austin featured this car in his "Carnival of Cars" museum in Manhattan, New York City in 1953 and it was also a part of his Long Island Auto museum collection. It also participated in the 1952, 1954 and 1955 Glidden tours as it still wears the dash plaques from those events. In the early 1960's, Austin sold the car to Walter McCarthy who was also of Long Island. He owned the car for a short period of time before selling it to its most recent owner. This is a fantastic Stevens Duryea, one of only 6 or 7 Model X's to still exist and most likely one of the most original with an outstanding provenance.