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1909 Maxwell A Junior


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In 1909 model year M-B sought to offer a $500 car (down from $825). They made several feature and option changes, including a 10HP, rather than 14HP engine, step plates rather than running boards, and a shorter wheelbase. A new set of serial numbers was started. If one wanted a 14HP car he bought an LD. Later in the year, it seems that the running boards and options returned and the Jrs lost their identity. So there seem to be A Jrs, and A's for 1909. Comments anyone?

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