1906 Maxwell
Gentlemans
Speedster

Photo courtesy: Scott McKinzie

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1909 Maxwell
Model-LD
Runabout
Was trying to find information on my Grandfather's car. a Maxwell Model LD runabout, and came across your website. The car and everyone in the picture (my grandfather, Dr. Raymond Spence, and uncle, Willard Spence) are long gone. Evidently this model was called a Doctors Maxwell for physicians? According to notes on the back of the picture, it was a 14 hp with 84 inch wheelbase. 2 cylinders, built in New Castle, Indiana and cost $825 new!

Photo courtesy: Carol McDaniel

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1909 Maxwell
Runabout

Photo courtesy: Eric & Lynn Larson

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1909 Maxwell
 Model-A
Runabout
The young driver is Gracie.

Photo courtesy: Nick Esposti, CA

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1909 Maxwell
Model-LD 
Runabout
 These were available in two body types, the one that her grandfather had (above) and one like ours that has the small toolbox and mother-in-law on the back. I took the attached picture on the 1999 Grand Indiana Auto Tour and the car is sitting next to the Maxwell/Chrysler factory in New Castle, IN where it was built. We are getting ready to take the car up to Michigan early next month to drive it on the Lansing to Dearborn old car run. Thanks for all your great work on an interesting web site!

Photo courtesy: Bill Johnson, Lexington, KY

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1909 Maxwell
Model-A jr
Runabout

Photo courtesy: Kurt Fackler

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 1910 Maxwell
 Model-Q 
Touring
 
 Here are a couple pictures of a 1910 Maxwell Q 4cyl. Touring car. This is a car that my school has restored (Mcpherson College Auto Restoration Program).

Photo courtesy of Derrick Ward

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 1910 Maxwell
 Model-AA 
Runabout
 

Photo courtesy: Jim Dix

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 1908/10 Maxwells
 
The green car on the left is the only known 1908 Maxwell NC Doctor's Roadster remaining in the world. The red car on the right is a 1910 Maxwell AA Runabout. In 1926 Maxwell became part of Chrysler Corporation.

Photo courtesy: owner; Randy Sauder, Atlanta, Georgia USA

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 1911 Maxwell 
Model EA
Touring
 
11-Max

Photo courtesy: Chuck Nelson

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 1911 Maxwell 
Model AB
Touring
 
11-Max

Photo courtesy: Nigel, UK

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 1911 Maxwell 
Model EA
Touring
 
11-Max

Photo courtesy: James Farris, GA

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 1911 Maxwell 
Model EA
Touring
 
11-Max

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 1911 Maxwell 
Fire Chief's
Runabout
 
11-Max

  Photo courtesy of Fred Cruger

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