1910 Duro

1910 Duro

Production of the “Durable Duro” was begun in Los Angeles in 1907. Purchased new in 1910 by J.C. Hartman of Ventura County, it has never left the state. It is owned by the same family since new. It was the “Honeymoon” Car for his son E.W. Hartman. It was driven extensively all over California, including runs up and down the Sierra Nevada mountains. It has acetylene gas lamps. Right hand drive, which all early American cars were back then.

Auto Spec Sheet

Year: 1910
Make: Duro
Model: N/A
Style: Cabriolet
Serial No: N/A
Odometer: 36,839
Engine Cyl: 4
Engine Size: N/A
Engine HP: 24
Trans: 2 speed


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