1910 Simplex Chassis #50-10351
This car was found in Long Island after the World War II. Car was originally restored by Ralph Buckley with the aid of Edgar Roy in the early 1970s. Car then entered the collection of Rick Carroll.
Today the car is in excellent running condition. The paint, stripping and leather is very fresh and beautiful pair of Solarclypse headlights are included. Car includes original Holbrook Detachable Pony Tonneau. Started makes the car very easy to clutch, shift and drive. This Simplex have two brake drums on drive axels and two drums on rear wheels, which makes it a four wheel brakes.
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While Laidlaw Classic Automotive Restoration & Sales has primarily specialized in Brass Era Vehicles, we also 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, and personally own several brass era and steam cars.