|Location||Scottsdale, Arizona US map|
|Batteries||0.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded|
|Seating Capacity||2 adults|
|1912 Standard Electric Roadster|
antique production vehicle
SOLD! ($35,000 on 1/12/03)
This vehicle was sold via live auction at the 32nd Annual Scottsdale Collector Car Auction & Show, which took place from Friday, January 10th to Sunday, January 12th, 2003. The EV now resides with the LeMay Museum in Tacoma, WA.
"This Standard Electric is the only known survivor of this long defunct company. Built in Jackson, Michigan between 1911 and 1915. The runabout is a rare electric open vehicle (most are closed coupes). The factory was purchased by Benjamin Briscoe in 1915 (of Maxwell/Briscoe) and eventually became part of Chrysler's holdings. This Standard has had a complete restoration within the last 5 years. It is in concours condition and is a positive award winner. It is a Junior and Senior AACA 1st Grand National with AACA numerous awards for unique character of vehicle. Selling at no reserve."