1913 Imp Cyclecar

1 of 1
Engine2-cylinder Vee, 70 cubic-inches, 15 HP
Exterior ColorYellow
Interior ColorBlack

The Imp Cyclecar is one of the more unique of the Auburn-built vehicles. In the period of 1913-1915 there was a cyclecar craze in the United States. Many manufacturers offered light weight, belt driven vehicles with motorcycle-like engines. Cyclecars provided a relatively inexpensive and fun way to own an automobile. As his first automobile venture, William B. Stout, who later built the Ford Tri-Motor airplane and the Stout Scarab, designed the Imp and sold the idea to the McIntyre Company. The W. H. McIntyre Company set up a new division, the Imp Cyclecar Company. The Imp was produced only in 1913 and 1914.

The wheelbase of this two-passenger cyclecar measures 100 inches.

Upholstery and interior

Leather

Engine

Air-cooled

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum's Garage

Hagerty
Valuation Tools

How much is this car worth?

See current values, model info and recent sales for this make and model. Drivers Club members get unlimited pricing history and data.