Maxwell Pre-War Automobilia, Books and Parts for Sale

Maxwell 1904 - 1925: Ben Briscoe had a sheet metal manufacturing plant and found Jonathan Maxwell to design him a car in order to get into the automobile business. Serious production started in 1905 and soon the production figures rose. This was mainly due to sporting successes and remarkable publicity stunts. Briscoe wanted to expand his imperium but failed and Maxwell continued the company (in Detroit) without him from 1912. From 1915 only one model, the 25 4-cylinder, was offered. A merge with the Chalmers car company did not lead to more success but Walter Chrysler did succeed in revitalizing the company and its cars. From the end of 1925 the Maxwells had Chrysler badges. Company: Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Company – North Tarrytown (Sleepy Hollow), New York, USA Models: A; AA; D; DA; E; EA; G; GA; H; HB; HC; HD; I; K; KA; L; LC; LD; M; N; Q; R; S; Messenger; Mascote; Mercury; Special; 22; 30; 38; 25-4; 35-4; 50-6; 25 Coachbuilders: - People: Benjamin Briscoe; Jonathan Maxwell; Carl Kelsey; Walter Chrysler Most famous car: “Dr. Maxwell” runabout c. 1907

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Maxwell   1915 for sale Maxwell Nagel Amperage 1915-1925   NZ   EUR 75.00 Hans Compter

Maxwell 1915 for sale

Amperage gauge for vintage Maxwell car, made by Nagel Electrical Co. /Toledo. In good condition.
Maxwell   1915 for sale Maxwell Maxwell Headlights 1915-1925   NZ   EUR 220 Hans Compter

Maxwell 1915 for sale

Pair of large headlights believed to be off a mid 1920's Maxwell. Lenses and glass are missing but we can supply replacement lenses at no extra cost. Outer diameter 26cms, length 15 cms. Good condi
Maxwell   1920 for sale Maxwell Maxwell   1920-1930   NZ   EUR 75 Hans Compter

Maxwell 1920 for sale

Original spanner tool for vintage Maxwell cars, marked \"Maxwell -3\". Rare.

NEW vehicles and parts are marked GREEN,
SOLD and UNLISTED vehicles and parts are marked TOO LATE!