This undeniably charismatic seven-seater 1923 Paige-Detroit 6-70 De Luxe Sedan simply oozes authenticity. Its 70hp 5.4 litre straight-six has only done 34,000 miles, which is believed to be correct. Double bumpers, a nickel-plated radiator, a set of spare wheels, a luggage rack at the rear and automatic windshield wipers were all standard equipment. The car also features a gent’s smoker’s set and lady’s vanity kit. This excellently preserved vehicle with matching engine, chassis and bodywork complies with the high standards of the Historical Preservation of Original Features (HPOF) issued by the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA). The greater part of the paintwork is still original and in places has been carefully restored to retain an authentic appearance. Conservation of the wheel spokes was done with linseed oil. Please note the preservation of the interior, the roof lining, the carpet, the wooden floor parts and the ‘leatherette’ on the roof and on the running boards. Having had one owner between 1968 and 2008, the Paige-Detroit was then shipped to The Netherlands, where it was registered. The vehicle later underwent a full recommission and is now on the button. To be honest, we are reluctant to sell the car. You simply don’t find them this authentic anymore.
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