You know it was smart to drive a Maxwell. Jack Benny drove one. For years. And years. Same one. He could always “squeeze a few more miles out of it.” As his program moved from radio to TV, his car morphed from a 1910 to a 1920-something model. Walter Chrysler took over the company in ’21 and ended production of the brand in ‘25, when he formed Chrysler Corporation. In 1928, he used the Maxwell skeleton as the basis for a new brand called Plymouth. Limited edition of 25. Sequentially numbered Certificate of Authenticity, personally signed by the artist, will be sent directly to you.
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