White Model Thirty

Delivering its first cars in 1901, the Cleveland, Ohio-based White Company was initially a subsidiary of the White Sewing Machine Company. It quickly developed a fine reputation with the production of its technologically advanced steam-powered cars. Reading the trends of the future, the company began transitioning to gasoline-powered models in mid-1909. Production continued through 1918, with 8,927 gasoline-powered White passenger cars built.

Assembly: USA

Year of production: 1919

Engine: 4 cylinders

Power: 25 HP

Max speed: 50 km/h

Weight: 830 kg

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