1913 METZ 22 ROADSTER

$19,500

Year
1913
Make
METZ
Model
22 ROADSTER
Stock
2711
Vin
21208
Miles
0
Engine Size
4 CYL
Transmission Type
3 SPEED MANUAL
Drivetrain
RWD

THIS 1913 METZ 22 ROADSTER IS LOCATED IN: LUFKIN, TX 75904

The Metz Company was a pioneer brass era automobile maker established by Charles Herman Metz in Waltham, Massachusetts, from ca.1908 to 1922.

Model 22

Claiming to be "winner of the Glidden Tour", the 1914 Model 22 was a two-seat roadster or torpedo. It had a 22½ hp (17 kW) four-cylinder water-cooled engine with Bosch magneto, full-elliptic springs front and rear. It ran on artillery wheels with Goodrich clincher tires, and featured a Prest-O-Lite-type acetylene generator for the headlights. It was billed as "gearless", having a friction drive mechanism, and priced at $475; by contrast, the Success was an uncommonly low US$250,[4] the Black started at $375, the Brush Runabout was US$485 Western's Gale Model A was US$500, and even the high-volume Oldsmobile Runabout ten years earlier was US$650.

• CLEAN TITLE
• THE METZ AUTOMOBILE COMPANY WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1908 AND CONTINUED PRODUCTION UNTIL 1922
• OLDER RESTORATION BY DAMGE AND SCHAMBERGER, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
• FROM THE E.J. COLE COLLECTION, PEARLAND, TEXAS
• MUSEUM DISPLAYED SINCE 1991
• BLUE EXTERIOR WITH BLACK INTERIOR
• 4 CYL. ENGINE WITH 22 HORSEPOWER
• 3 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
• FEATURED A GEARLESS TRANSMISSION COMPANY DIRECT-DRIVE TRANSMISSION
• WELL MAINTAINED, GARAGE KEPT
• RUNS AND DRIVES

Engine

Engine Type
Engine Size
4 CYL
Fuel Specification

Body

Body Color
BLUE
Body Style
Roadster
Doors
Paint Type

Basic

Year
1913
Make
METZ
Model
22 ROADSTER
Miles
0

Interior

Interior Color
Black
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console
No

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