the only one left... and it's an extraordinary example of luxury. 1914 Locomobile with French velvet, silk, English broadcloth, and Tiffany reading lamps



Bill Alley's Model 48 4 passenger Berline, this six-cylinder, 540-cubic inches limousine weighs 5,500 pounds and is the only known remaining example of Berline Style. Coachwork body by Kellner. The interior is adorned with silver lamps by Tiffany and was the first model ever produced with a metal top.

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the only one left... and it's an extraordinary example of luxury. 1914 Locomobile with French velvet, silk, English broadcloth, and Tiffany reading lamps
the only one left... and it's an extraordinary example of luxury. 1914 Locomobile with French velvet, silk, English broadcloth, and Tiffany reading lamps
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