1910 Maxwell Model-Q Touring, 22 hp, four-cylinder engine with cylinders cast in pairs, two-speed planetary transmission with shaft drive, half-elliptic front and three-quarter-elliptic rear leaf spring suspension and rear-wheel mechanical brakes. Wheelbase: 93", Maxwell's continued popularity resulted in sales reaching approximately 20,500 units and a remarkable third-place industry ranking in 1910, behind Ford and Buick. Despite their relatively modest power output, Maxwell automobiles performed remarkably well in the prestigious Glidden Tours and captured a class win at Mount Washington. The capabilities of Maxwell automobiles were captured on film and shown at nickelodeons to the delight of many, with the cars involved in such outlandish stunts as teeterboard riding, police chases and driving up the steps of large buildings. This is a car that was restored by McPherson College Auto Restoration Program, It is correct in every way.?