12701 Original Miles!!!!

Price:

$21,900
Year: 1925
Make: Durant
Model: Star
Trim: CC Open Delivery Truck
Mileage: 12,701
Stock #: 070317
VIN #: 139567
Trans: 4 Speed
Color: Spruce Green
Interior: Leather
Vehicle Type: Classic Car
State: CA
Drive Train: RWD
Engine: Continental W-4, Four-cylinder

Contact Information

My Car Guy

20950 Ferretti Rd.

Groveland CA 95321

Dave Sutch

209-962-1144

Estimated By E.P.A.

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1925 Durant Star CC Open Delivery Truck Sellers Notes

Price slashed $3k - or best reasonable offer! Durant Motors produced this Star Truck from 1924-1926. This truck has been owned by one local family since new. Manufactured in Oakland, CA and bought at the R.A. Doty Star Dealership in Oakland. The truck has spent its whole life here near Yosemite. Originally owned by a local farmer who raised sheep, cattle, and turkeys on his father's 120-acre historic ranch on the edge of the town of Groveland ("Gateway to Yosemite"). It was used primarily to go to market in Oakdale. Less than 13,000 original miles; totally restored nearly 20 years ago. Used very little since and stored in a garage under a huge cover.

The Star was an automobile marque that was assembled by the Durant Motors Company between 1922 and 1928. Also known as the Star Car, Star was envisioned as a competitor against the Ford Model T. In the United Kingdom, it was sold as the Rugby, to avoid confusion with the British marque Star. From 1928 to 1931, Durant marketed trucks in the US and Canadian markets under the badge Rugby Trucks.

Like other products of the Durant Motors Company, the Star was an "assembled" car, built from parts supplied by various outside companies. Stars were powered by a four-cylinder engine; that engine would endure until 1926. All factory-installed engines were built by Continental.

"Willy" Durant was the founder and CEO of General Motors. He left GM in the early 20's and founded the Durant Co. He designed the Star to compete with Ford's Model T and Chrysler's Maxwell/Plymouth. Durant was later bought out by Dodge Bros. Some Dodges of that era had a small D on the rear hub caps which denoted it as having a Durant rear end, trying to use up the old stock. Many star automobiles were scrapped out in later years for the engines which were used in many commercial fishing boats.

This would be a great promotional vehicle for a broad variety of businesses. We offer this historic truck for $21,900. Note: we have made every effort to accurate; if someone has knowledge of Star Cars or Trucks we would appreciate suggestions or comments.

Engine: Continental W-4, Four-cylinder, overhead valve type, 35 horsepower ((the "Million Dollar" motor; produced after December 1924)

Transmission: Standard manual, selective sliding-gear type; three speeds forward and one reverse

Colors: Spruce Green with Black Leather seating

Odometer: 12,701 miles (original)

VIN 139567



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20950 Ferretti Rd. Groveland, CA 95321 209-962-1144 415-467-2077