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1927 Kissel Gold Bug Speedster Model 8-75

Owned by Bruce & Kathie McBroom, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Built by the Kissel Motor Car Co. Hartford, Wisconsin the Model 8-75 has a 131 inch wheelbase, Lycoming Straight 8 287 cubic inch motor, and body built by Kissel. It was one of the first cars to have Lockheed Hydraulic brakes. The Speedster body style was a very limited production from 1925 to 1927 and less than two dozen Model 8-75’s exist in the world today. Bruce McBroom’s Grandfather purchased the car in 1927 as a gift for his wife. It is in very original unrestored condition and has been driven only 25,000 miles.

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