Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to offer this Vintage 1920
Paige Glenbrook The Glenbrook Touring 6-42 is a passenger car from
Paige, with rear wheel drive, a front positioned engine and a
4-door tourer body style. Its engine is a naturally aspirated
gasoline, 4.1 litre, side valve 6 cylinder with 2 valves per
cylinder. This unit produces 45 bhp (45.6 PS/33.6 kW) of power at
2700 rpm. The engine supplies its power through to the wheels via a
3-speed manual transmission. First launched in the latter months of
1909 as the Paige Detroit, the Paige was being heralded each year
as "The Most Beautiful Car in America". That kind of claim would be
difficult to maintain year after year, as there were other cars of
equal beauty. The Paige was attractive, though, and had a somewhat
pointed radiator, usually found on only the costliest
automobiles.Paige's continuing slogan was proclaimed in an original
magazine advertisement, the upper portion of which showed a small
rear 3/4 view of a 1920 Paige Glenbrook touring car meandering
along a typical country road of those days. Just as seen on page 63
of The Literary Digest magazine from March 17, 1920, the ad stated
that the new Glenbrook touring car had been "a sensational feature
of both the national and local automobile shows," and "its fame has
traveled from state to state, city to city." According to 1920
Paige advertising, the Glenbrook had gained popularity more rapidly
than any other model Paige had built.Don't miss your chance to own
a piece of Paige History.
1920 Paige Glenbrook
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