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4-cylinder, 24 hp

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The Princess was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Princess Motor Car Company from 1914 until 1918.  It’s powered by a four-cylinder, 12hp engine.

The original Little Princess was a cyclecar that was altered into a light or small car and renamed the Princess. It was powered by a 1.6-liter Farmer engine.

In 1915, the company bought the Saxon factory and began production of roadster and touring automobiles with a four-cylinder 24hp G B & S engine. Prices were moderate at $775, equivalent to $16,392 in 2021. The company ceased production in 1918.

Graciously donated by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bryll

Note: This vehicle is currently not on display at the museum.