The 1911 White is a five passenger touring car with a four-cylinder gas engine. A reliable and well-built automobile, the White has been lovingly driven through the years: across the country, up mountains, and around town for over a century. The Badger Brass carriage lamps and original brass instruments add beauty and functionality to the White, but the car's usefulness and durability can be seen in every aspect, from the ample suspension to the large, wooden artillery wheels. An ornate Boyce Motometer sits atop the curved radiator, which is a design element known as the "White Curve." In 1911, the luxuriously appointed White would have cost $3,000, a hefty price for an automobile at that time. "Quality and reliability, the incomparable White." It was in this year, 1911, that the White Company of Cleveland Ohio stopped making steam cars and began to manufacture gasoline cars.