Cunningham Inside-Drive Limousine-146-A


Cunningham Inside-Drive Limousine-146-A

The Cunningham Inside-Drive Limousine-146-A was manufactured by the Cunningham Carriage Company which produced luxury automobiles between 1908 and 1931.

Contents

Cunningham Inside-Drive Limousine-146-A specifications (1926 data)

  • Color – Optional
  • Seating Capacity – Seven
  • Wheelbase – 142 inches
  • Wheels – Wire, wood, or disc
  • Tires - 33” x 6.75” balloon
  • Service Brakes – 4-wheel Perrot-Bendix servo-expand
  • Engine - Eight cylinder, V-type, 90°, cast en block, 3-3/4 x 5 inches; head removable; valves in side; H.P. 45 N.A.C.C. rating
  • Lubrication – Full force feed
  • Crankshaft - Three bearing
  • Radiator – Cellular
  • Cooling – Water pump
  • Ignition – Storage Battery
  • Starting System – Two Unit
  • Voltage – Six
  • Wiring System – Single
  • Gasoline System – Vacuum
  • Clutch – Dry multiple disc
  • Transmission – Selective sliding
  • Gear Changes – 4 forward, 1 reverse
  • Drive – Spiral bevel
  • Rear Springs – Three-quarter elliptic
  • Rear Axle – Full-floating
  • Steering Gear – Worm and gear

Standard equipment

New car price included the following items:

  • tools
  • speedometer
  • ammeter
  • voltmeter
  • motometer
  • ignition theft lock
  • automatic windshield cleaner
  • spare wheels
  • power tire pump
  • shock absorbers
  • spot light
  • front bumper
  • spare tire carriers
  • luggage rack
  • clock
  • closed cars have smoking case, vanity cases, and dome light

Optional equipment

The following was available at an extra cost:

none listed

Prices

New car prices were F.O.B. factory, plus Tax:

  • Roadster - $6150
  • Four Passenger Touring - $6150
  • Six Passenger Touring - $6650
  • Seven Passenger Touring - $6650
  • Four Passenger Sedan - $7600
  • Inside-Drive Limousine - $8100
  • Inside-Drive Cabriolet - $8100
  • French Brougham - $8100
  • Cabriolet - $8100

See also

References

Source: Slauson, H. W.; Howard Greene (1926). "“Leading American Motor Cars”". Everyman’s Guide to Motor Efficiency. New York: Leslie-Judge Company. 



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