DESCRIPTIONAppraised Value $120,000 Rare auto, only one left in existence that we have found. Other may look similar, but this is a one of a kind classic! V-8 Engine runs great (ID #61Q156) Fuel is fed to carburetor from pressurized fuel tank- no fuel pump, - Upholstery in finest Mohair Velour - Optional nickel plated lights - Steering wheel is made of walnut and has no hinge - 132 inch wheel base - Self lubricating bushings were featured at many points in the brake and clutch linkage - New piston-type grease cups featured at other lube points - Transmission lock was also provided - The camshaft was drilled to provide internal oil and to replace the oil tube In 1996, the exterior paint was totally stripped, all metal work repaired, and repainted to the beautiful condition you see it in today. The rest of this car is 100% in original condition, except for the newer tires. The Victoria "Opera" Coupe - The unique floor plan of this fine vehicle is what gained its name as an "Opera" coupe. The spacious backseat is uniquely designed to accommodate the full rounded "opera" dresses that the ladies wore in that era. - The jump-seat next to the driver was designed to carry the "gate boy" who would accompany the owners from the main house, through the various gates one finds on a typical large farm, and once all gates were opened and closed as the car passed through, the helper would wait at the last gate until his employer returned in order to reopen and close each gate as they returned home.