- Beautiful representation of a very rare and historic
- Older, comprehensive restoration that presents well
- Displayed at the Northeast Classic Car Museum for two
- Full of charm and character; ideal for parades and
The White brothers�Rollin, Windsor, and Walter�began producing
steam-powered cars in 1900, and in 1910 began producing
gasoline-powered engines. The White Motor Company ended car
production after World War I to focus exclusively on commercial
trucks and buses. The company soon sold 10 percent of all trucks
made in the U.S.
The White Mountain buses were used for tours in the Western United
States national parks. Several of these rugged buses were used in
the Alaskan town of Skagway for tours, and refurbished White buses
are now back in operation at Yellowstone National Park. They were
also a popular choice for smaller state parks and resort operators.
The high stature and open-air seating arrangement made these
magnificent machines an ideal choice for tours through Mother
Nature's most beautiful landscapes.
The White Mountain Bus offered here is believed to have been used
in the Catskill Mountain region of New York State. After receiving
a comprehensive restoration, it has enjoyed the friendly confines
of the Northeast Classic Car Museum for the past two decades, where
it received the best of care and was enjoyed by thousands of
Riding on 36-inch wood-spoked wheels, this massive machine is full
of character and possesses many charms, including the elaborate use
of wood and the brass radiator shell and lights. This fantastic,
well-kept piece of history would make an exciting addition to any
collection or would make a great promotional and parade vehicle.
These early Mountain busses are seldom offered for sale, presenting
a rare opportunity to acquire a truly unique and interesting part
of transportation and natural history.To view this car and others
currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at