By 1910 The White Star Co. had a two passenger Roadster and three machines with touring car bodies, one without a top and the other two with tops.
The White Star Co.
The 1908 White Star Motor Buggy was a large, roomy and well built American Automobile with 42 inch wheels. The White Star Co. fitted this Motor Buggy with a two cylinder opposed engine that developed 20 horsepower.
The engine was mounted beneath the seat and driven through a planetary transmission and double chain.
1911 White Star Touring Car & Roadster
The 1911 White Star Roadster shown above was equipped with a water cooled 22 horsepower four cylinder engine and was priced at $800.00. A three speed transmission with shaft drive was used. The 1911 Touring Cars wer equipped with a four cylinder motor having the cylinders cast separately, the exhaust valves in the heads and operated by rocker arms, and the inlet valves at the side and operated by push rods from underneath. It developed 32 horsepower. Magneto ignition with Remy magneto was employed. The clutch is of the leather faced cone type. The transmission is of the three speed selective type with rocking lever and stubs. The wheel base is 8O inches and the tires are 2 inch wide with 32 inch up front x 35 inch on the rear.
1910 Ford Model T Touring Car
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