1926 Cunningham Sports Touring

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EngineV-8, 414 cubic-inches, 90 HP
Body StyleTouring
Exterior ColorYellow and black
Interior ColorBlack

James Cunningham, Son and Company was an early leader in high-end, specialty horse-drawn carriages. Incorporated in Rochester, New York in 1886, Cunningham successfully made the transition into the horseless carriage era. From World War 1 and into the twenties, Cunningham was well-known for its outstanding coachwork and mechanical design and was an early proponent of the V-8 engine. Cunninghams of this period were among the most expensive cars produced, ranging from $5,000 to $9,000. Thier annual production rarely exceeded 350 cars. The Cunningham clientele included such film celebrities such as Harold Lloyd and Mary Pickford.

The wheelbase is 132 inches. Weighs 4,500 lbs. The distinctively-shaped parking lights on the front fenders were a common feature of the Cunningham.

Upholstery and interior

Pleated leather

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