A Rare Brass-Era Beauty
This 1915 Saxon is a world-class example of the automotive Brass Era, the first period of automotive manufacturing, named for the prominent brass fittings used during this time for components such as lights and radiators.
Two years of work and a lifetime of expertise has gone into the complete, body-off restoration of this car. Each and every piece was taken carefully disassembled and painstakingly restored. The engine was completely disassembled and checked with plastic gauge—all standard. The wooden spokes of the wheels were each individually restored and reassembled with brass hubcaps. It is finished with 2-Stage paint with clear coat.