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1918 Milburn Model 27 Brougham brochure/ad

1918 Milburn Model 27 Brougham brochure/ad

Milburn Light Electrics were produced from 1915 to 1923. This 1917 advertisement spoke to the more modern look and lowered design of the car. It was the lowest priced electric of its time. The top speed was 30 MPH and the range was said to be 100 miles. President Wilson owned one. General Motors bought the company in 1923 and ended the business despite the fact it was one of the most popular cars of its time.

Milburn Light Electrics were produced from 1915 to 1923. This 1917 advertisement spoke to the more modern look and lowered design of the car. It was the lowest priced electric of its time. The top speed was 30 MPH and the range was said to be 100 miles. President Wilson owned one. General Motors bought the company in 1923 and ended the business despite the fact it was one of the most popular cars of its time.

Another of the 1916 full page color ads Milburn placed for its Model 22 Brougham.

Another of the 1916 full page color ads Milburn placed for its Model 22 Brougham.

B&W version of the color full-page display ads taken out in 1916 for the Model 22 Brougham.

B&W version of the color full-page display ads taken out in 1916 for the Model 22 Brougham.

Milbun Electric Automobile Advertisement

Milbun Electric Automobile Advertisement

Milburn Electric Automobiless -1917B

Milburn Electric Automobiless -1917B

1917 Milburn Light Electric ad

1917 Milburn Light Electric ad

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