1910 Rambler Model 54 Restoration
Winner at Pebble Beach Concours in 2005
– Quality 50 Horse Power Touring Car
– Restored original car for Tom Mudd
– Wonderful tour car!
About the 1910 Rambler Model 54
Rambler 1910 Models (page 369-370; Edited for Model 54)
The Horseless Age (VOL 24 NY, JULY 7, 1909 No. 1)
First Automobile Journal in the English Language
The Rambler line for 1910 will comprise five models built on three different chassis. All are four cylinder machines equipped with magnetos and 36 inch wheels. The new models and the prices are as follows:
- Model 53. five passenger touring car, $1,800
- Model 54, five passenger touring car, $2,250
- Model 54, four passenger close coupled car, $2,250
- Model 55, seven passenger touring car, $2,500
- Model 55, seven passenger limousine, $3,750
The design and material of the engine, transmission, drive shaft, axles, frame and wheels are the same for all three chassis, and the differences relate to size only. The distinguishing features of Rambler design during the past several years, such as off set crank shaft, large wheels, straight line drive, Rambler spare wheel and engine accessibility, have been retained in the new models. Two of the chassis have 5×5 inch engines, rated at 45 horse power, and the chassis differ only in the length of wheel base and the size of Model 55, the seven passenger touring car, has a 45 horse power engine, a wheel base of 122 inches, 36 inch wheels and 4% inch tires.
1910 Rambler Model 54 Gallery
About Laidlaw Antique Auto Restoration
aidlaw Restoration has primarily specialized in Brass Era Vehicles, we have extensive experience with vehicles of any age. >Our portfolio spans three generations of fine auto restoration and some of the most elegant vehicles to win the Concours. Vehicles we’ve restored can be found in all corners of the globe, and we are well-known within the industry for providing services for the most discriminating attention to detail. We enjoy our work, and the vehicles we work on. We also personally own several brass era and steam cars.