1908 American Underslung Model 50 RoadsterSOLD
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The product of the American Motors Company of Indianapolis (1906-1914) is most familiarly known today by the designation “underslung”, the resulting effect produced by the frame being hung below the axles. “A car for the discriminating few” that would not “Turn Turtle” like the average car, few were made and only a relative handful remain. This top-of-the-line 50/60 horsepower model has had few owners and would be a notable addition for the discriminating collector.

Reference Number 3088

as of 8/10/2006

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Car 1908 American Underslung Model 50 Roadster
VIN 1448 
Exterior / Interior Color      White /      Dark Red 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
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