This Oldsmobile Limited was reportedly delivered to Canada. The original owner is thought to been a former chairman of the Canadian Pacific Railway, according to RM Auctions, which sold the car. The railway executive donated the Olds to a museum and has passed through the hands of many collectors in the 100 year since if first hit the road. These cars originally sold at prices starting at $5,000 for open models and rising to $7,000 for the limousine. It has 60 horsepower and was considered the most prestigious Oldsmobile of its era.
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