A 1916 Maxwell range featured five body styles on a common chassis with a 103-inch wheelbase and a tough, four-cylinder L-head engine. The offered vehicle and traelning trailer is 25 Turring Sedan. Of relatively light weight (1,960 pounds), the Maxwell was a high-geared automobile with a speed of 25 mph at only 1,000 engine rpm. The power unit would run up to 2,000 rpm, this range being known as the “utility point.”
The car was fully restored in California by my father and runs well having been serviced in the Spring of 2022.