1916 Premier 6-56
This Premier features a beautiful aluminum body with no external door hinges or handle. This is a very sleek design for 1916 when most automobiles bodies were boxy. Premier Motor Corporation of Indianapolis began building cars in 1902 and from the beginning offered very up to date vehicles. The Premier’s engine, beginning in 1916, was a one-piece aluminum casting with aluminum crankcase and pistons. This one-piece block was new to the market with the Haynes being the other manufacturer using this design. Use of lightweight material, advanced engineering and beautiful design add up to one of Indiana’s Grand Makers.
The wheelbase is 134 inches. Weighs 3,245 lbs.
Upholstery and interior