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1920 Elgin Six Sport Touring

The Elgin Was An American Automobile Built By The Elgin Motor Car Corp. of Argo, Illinois A Suburb Of Chicago. The Elgin Was Built There From 1916 to 1923.

In 1923, The Elgin Motor Car Corp. Moved To Indianapolis, Indiana And Reorganized Into The Elgin Motors, Inc. Production There Was From 1923 to 1925.

The Car They Manufactured Was Like Many Others Made At The Time. A Good Conservative Car That Was Quite Popular In The Midwest. The Company Also Ended In The Same Way That Many Smaller Car Companies Did - They Became A Victim Of The Post WWI Recession.

The Elgin Had Beautiful Yacht Line Design Which Gave The Automobile A Style And Distinction That Set It Apart From The Monotonous Design Of The Average Car Of Its Day.

Received A Complete Frame Off Restoration And Enjoyed In Parades For The Past Ten Years

Great Running Six Cylinder Engine

3 Speed Manual Transmission

NO POWER BRAKES
NO POWER STEERING
NO ABS
NO AIR CONDITIONING
NO POWER WINDOWS
NO POWER SEATS
NO POWER TOP
NO AIR BAGS
NO RADIO
NO HEATER
AND DEFINTELY NO GPS!

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