1907 Stoddard-Dayton Model K Runabout

1907 Stoddard-Dayton Model K Runabout

Stoddard-Dayton was arguably one of the great American cars of its era. Beginning in 1904, the first models were designed by Englishman J.S. Edwards, using 26-hp, four-cylinder Rutenber engines. In 1907, both four- and six-cylinder engines were employed as models grew in size, stature, and price. The Model K, like this example, was Stoddard-Dayton’s most sporting model. Such a car finished the 1907 Glidden Tour with a perfect score. This Model K is one of three known to survive today.

1907 Stoddard-Dayton Model K Runabout

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