I just watched, and I don't know why, a TV show about ratrods. The butchers, pardon me, the builders were on the hunt for something to destroy. A lady agreed to show them a couple of cars. Before opening some doors she said one car is a 1909 Brush. I was thinking "Please God don't let these knuckleheads ratrod a 1909 Brush, regardless of it's condition". They didn't.
Whew!! That would be a hang-able offense, in my book!
'09 Brush is a fun car, not fast, not powerful, but fun to drive!
If I was a real car collector with lots of dough, one of those would be on my shopping list.
Yeah, Whew! I love the Brush. Alanson P Brush was one of so many interesting automotive engineers in the early days of the automobile. Held many, many, patents, and his influence was on many cars one likely would not expect it (including the model 34 Marmon). He contributed to many other developments of those days besides automobiles.
I have come close to buying a Brush a few times. Never did make it happen unfortunately. Although, since almost everything else had to go away, I suppose it would have also.
I like the cars!