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1908 KisselKar Model D Touring (Phil Renuart), oldest surviving Kissel, as seen at the 1951 Glidden Tour
1908 KisselKar Model D Touring (Phil Renuart), oldest surviving Kissel, as seen at the 1951 Glidden Tour
1908 KisselKar Model E Tourabout (Gerald Groenewold), in 1990 before restoration
1908 KisselKar Model E Tourabout (Gerald Groenewold), in 1990 before restoration
1908 KisselKar Model E Tourabout (Gerald Groenewold), after restoration
1908 KisselKar Model E Tourabout (Gerald Groenewold), after restoration
1910 KisselKar 50hp Baby Tonneau (eng #1219) owned by Pat Farrell
1910 KisselKar 50hp Baby Tonneau (eng #1219) owned by Pat Farrell
1910 KisselKar 50hp Baby Tonneau (eng #1219) in July 1962 during restoration
1910 KisselKar 50hp Baby Tonneau (eng #1219) in July 1962 during restoration
1910 KisselKar 4-50 Toy Tonneau (Bob & Nancy Ullrich), at the 1911 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1910 KisselKar 4-50 Toy Tonneau (Bob & Nancy Ullrich), at the 1911 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1910 KisselKar 4-50 Toy Tonneau (Bob & Nancy Ullrich), at the 1911 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1910 KisselKar 4-50 Toy Tonneau (Bob & Nancy Ullrich), at the 1911 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1910 KisselKar 4-50 Toy Tonneau (Bob & Nancy Ullrich), at the 1911 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1910 KisselKar 4-50 Toy Tonneau (Bob & Nancy Ullrich), at the 1911 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
Tony Pienta's 1911 KisselKar D-11 Western Special Toy Tonneau
Tony Pienta's 1911 KisselKar D-11 Western Special Toy Tonneau
1911 KisselKar LD-11 Semi-Racer (car #2229) owned by Steve Mergele
1911 KisselKar LD-11 Semi-Racer (car #2229) owned by Steve Mergele
1912 KisselKar 6-60 Semi Racer (eng# 4529), owned by Peter Trant. This example features Kissel's big 60-hp Six and a sporty body.
1912 KisselKar 6-60 Semi Racer (eng# 4529), owned by Peter Trant. This example features Kissel's big 60-hp Six and a sporty body.
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), factory drawing of car to be custom built for Edmonton
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), factory drawing of car to be custom built for Edmonton
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), in service circa 1912
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), in service circa 1912
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), condition in 1993 before restoration
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), condition in 1993 before restoration
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), today after a meticulous, 8-year restoration
1912 KisselKar 4-50 Fire Chief Car (Chris Bamford), today after a meticulous, 8-year restoration
1913 KisselKar 4-40 Touring (car #7755) owned by Steve Mergele. This car is currently undergoing restoration.
1913 KisselKar 4-40 Touring (car #7755) owned by Steve Mergele. This car is currently undergoing restoration.
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Semi-Racer (John Quam), as seen at the 2010 Milwaukee Masterpiece (awarded 1st in class)
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Semi-Racer (John Quam), as seen at the 2010 Milwaukee Masterpiece (awarded 1st in class)
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Semi-Racer (John Quam), on the 2013 Iowa Red Flag Horseless Carriage Tour–warm and sunny start to a perfect day
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Semi-Racer (John Quam), on the 2013 Iowa Red Flag Horseless Carriage Tour–warm and sunny start to a perfect day
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Semi-Racer (John Quam), on the 2013 Iowa Red Flag Horseless Carriage Tour–heavy rain and out-of-gas at the end of a perfect day
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Semi-Racer (John Quam), on the 2013 Iowa Red Flag Horseless Carriage Tour–heavy rain and out-of-gas at the end of a perfect day
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Touring (Lynn & Jeanne Kissel), as seen in Cripple Creek, CO, on the 75th Anniversary HCCA Tour (July 1-6, 2012)
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Touring (Lynn & Jeanne Kissel), as seen in Cripple Creek, CO, on the 75th Anniversary HCCA Tour (July 1-6, 2012)
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Touring (Andrew & Cindy Wilson). The Wilson's call their car Herman after Herman Palmer, chief engineer for the Kissel Motor Company
1914 KisselKar 4-40 Touring (Andrew & Cindy Wilson). The Wilson's call their car Herman after Herman Palmer, chief engineer for the Kissel Motor Company
1915 KisselKar 6-42 Touring (Glenn & Shirley Slack), at the 2011 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1915 KisselKar 6-42 Touring (Glenn & Shirley Slack), at the 2011 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1915 KisselKar 6-42 Touring (Glenn & Shirley Slack), at the 2011 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1915 KisselKar 6-42 Touring (Glenn & Shirley Slack), at the 2011 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1915 KisselKar 6-42 Touring (Glenn & Shirley Slack), at the 2011 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1915 KisselKar 6-42 Touring (Glenn & Shirley Slack), at the 2011 National HCCA Tour in Portland, OR
1916 KisselKar 2-1/2 ton Fire Truck (car# 50403), owned by Tony and (son) Edward Martel. Edward is fire chief of the Montezuma Fire District (Stockton, CA).
1916 KisselKar 2-1/2 ton Fire Truck (car# 50403), owned by Tony and (son) Edward Martel. Edward is fire chief of the Montezuma Fire District (Stockton, CA).
1916 KisselKar 2-1/2 ton Fire Truck (car# 50403), owned by Tony and (son) Edward Martel. Shown here is some of the decorative detail on the truck.
1916 KisselKar 2-1/2 ton Fire Truck (car# 50403), owned by Tony and (son) Edward Martel. Shown here is some of the decorative detail on the truck.
1917 KisselKar 3-1/2 ton Truck (Monterey County Agriculture & Rural Life Museum). Originally owned by the Olson Ranch, this truck is one of the largest, surviving examples built by Kissel, whose catalog listed trucks up to 5 ton in size.
1917 KisselKar 3-1/2 ton Truck (Monterey County Agriculture & Rural Life Museum). Originally owned by the Olson Ranch, this truck is one of the largest, surviving examples built by Kissel, whose catalog listed trucks up to 5 ton in size.
1917 KisselKar 6-38 Touring (Steve and Dixie McNeely) as seen at the 2007 Milwaukee Masterpiece. The McNeelys  received an Award of Excellence at the concours.
1917 KisselKar 6-38 Touring (Steve and Dixie McNeely) as seen at the 2007 Milwaukee Masterpiece. The McNeelys received an Award of Excellence at the concours.
1917 KisselKar 6-38 Touring (Steve and Dixie McNeely). The restoration of the car was featured in <em>Hemmings Classic Car</em>, August 2007.
1917 KisselKar 6-38 Touring (Steve and Dixie McNeely). The restoration of the car was featured in Hemmings Classic Car, August 2007.
1918 KisselKar 6-38 Sedané (Ronald Hausmann) as seen at the start of its restoration in 2013
1918 KisselKar 6-38 Sedané (Ronald Hausmann) as seen at the start of its restoration in 2013
A 1918 ad for the KisselKar 6-38 Sedané, Ronald Hausmann's goal for the restoration of his car
A 1918 ad for the KisselKar 6-38 Sedané, Ronald Hausmann's goal for the restoration of his car
1918 Kissel-built FWD Model B, Car# 830 (Bill Leuer). Kissel built FWD trucks for the US Goverment under two contracts for the Great War (WW-I). This is the only Kissel-built FWD known to still exist. This example has the
1918 Kissel-built FWD Model B, Car# 830 (Bill Leuer). Kissel built FWD trucks for the US Goverment under two contracts for the Great War (WW-I). This is the only Kissel-built FWD known to still exist. This example has the "machine shop bed". Other varients were outfitted as weapons carriers.
1920 Kissel 6-45 Speedster (Richard Stephens), part of the Academy of Art University Automobile Museum. Don Redmon (left) and Jonathan Buck are going through the mechanicals of the car in June of 2014
1920 Kissel 6-45 Speedster (Richard Stephens), part of the Academy of Art University Automobile Museum. Don Redmon (left) and Jonathan Buck are going through the mechanicals of the car in June of 2014
1920 Kissel Fire Truck (Hall of Flame Fire Museum). This truck was originally built for the Hartford, WI Fire Department. Kissel used the ladder rack from an existing horse-drawn Seagrave ladder wagon that the Hartford FD acquired c1904. The 60-foot extension ladder on this truck weighs over 400 pounds and required a six man crew to deploy!
1920 Kissel Fire Truck (Hall of Flame Fire Museum). This truck was originally built for the Hartford, WI Fire Department. Kissel used the ladder rack from an existing horse-drawn Seagrave ladder wagon that the Hartford FD acquired c1904. The 60-foot extension ladder on this truck weighs over 400 pounds and required a six man crew to deploy!
1921 Kissel 6-45 Tourster (Ron Hausmann). This is the only surviving 1921 Tourster and has only 14,600 original miles on the odometer! It purrrrs!
1921 Kissel 6-45 Tourster (Ron Hausmann). This is the only surviving 1921 Tourster and has only 14,600 original miles on the odometer! It purrrrs!
1921 Kissel 6-45 Tourster (Ron Hausmann). This is the only surviving 1921 Tourster and has only 14,600 original miles on the odometer! It purrrrs!
1921 Kissel 6-45 Tourster (Ron Hausmann). This is the only surviving 1921 Tourster and has only 14,600 original miles on the odometer! It purrrrs!
1921 Kissel 6-45 Tourster (Ron Hausmann). This is the only surviving 1921 Tourster and has only 14,600 original miles on the odometer! It purrrrs!
1921 Kissel 6-45 Tourster (Ron Hausmann). This is the only surviving 1921 Tourster and has only 14,600 original miles on the odometer! It purrrrs!
1923 Kissel 6-45 Speedster (Ronald Hausmann)
1923 Kissel 6-45 Speedster (Ronald Hausmann)
1923 Kissel 6-55 Brougham, before restoration (Ronald Hausmann)
1923 Kissel 6-55 Brougham, before restoration (Ronald Hausmann)
1923 Kissel 6-55 Brougham, restored, after winning an award at the 35th Annual Concours d'Elegance, The Inn at St. John's, July 28, 2013 (Ronald Hausmann)
1923 Kissel 6-55 Brougham, restored, after winning an award at the 35th Annual Concours d'Elegance, The Inn at St. John's, July 28, 2013 (Ronald Hausmann)
1924 Kissel 6-55 Speedster (Lynn & Jeanne Kissel), as seen at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance (Aug. 15, 2010)
1924 Kissel 6-55 Speedster (Lynn & Jeanne Kissel), as seen at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance (Aug. 15, 2010)
1924 Kissel 6-55 Victoria Coupe (Ronald Hausmann). 'Der Elephante Witz' (the elephant joke) was painted on the rear bumper by a former owner. Ron plans to keep the car in its original, unrestored condition.
1924 Kissel 6-55 Victoria Coupe (Ronald Hausmann). 'Der Elephante Witz' (the elephant joke) was painted on the rear bumper by a former owner. Ron plans to keep the car in its original, unrestored condition.
1924 Kissel 6-55 Victoria Coupe (Ronald Hausmann). 'Der Elephante Witz' (the elephant joke) was painted on the rear bumper by a former owner. Ron plans to keep the car in its original, unrestored condition.
1924 Kissel 6-55 Victoria Coupe (Ronald Hausmann). 'Der Elephante Witz' (the elephant joke) was painted on the rear bumper by a former owner. Ron plans to keep the car in its original, unrestored condition.
1925 Kissel 6-55 Enclosed Speedster (Doug & Shiela Kissel, family), pictured with Doug's cousin Willie Kissel driving
1925 Kissel 6-55 Enclosed Speedster (Doug & Shiela Kissel, family), pictured with Doug's cousin Willie Kissel driving
1926 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (Elizabeth Jensen & Andrew Benenson), as seen at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance (Mar. 10, 2013)
1926 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (Elizabeth Jensen & Andrew Benenson), as seen at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance (Mar. 10, 2013)
1926 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (car# 75-3527) owned by Frederick Simeone. This vehicle is part of the
1926 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (car# 75-3527) owned by Frederick Simeone. This vehicle is part of the "sporty cars" collection at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia, PA
1926 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (car# 75-3527) owned by Frederick Simeone. This vehicle is part of the
1926 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (car# 75-3527) owned by Frederick Simeone. This vehicle is part of the "sporty cars" collection at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia, PA
1926 Kissel 6-55 Coupe Roadster (Wisconsin Automotive Museum), in the Independence Day Parade in Hartford, WI (July 4, 2013)
1926 Kissel 6-55 Coupe Roadster (Wisconsin Automotive Museum), in the Independence Day Parade in Hartford, WI (July 4, 2013)
1927 Kissel 8-65 Brougham (Ronald Hausmann)
1927 Kissel 8-65 Brougham (Ronald Hausmann)
1927 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (Ken MacKinnon), at the Historic Gathering of Gold Bugs (Sep. 12, 2010)
1927 Kissel 8-75 Speedster (Ken MacKinnon), at the Historic Gathering of Gold Bugs (Sep. 12, 2010)
1927 Kissel 8-75 5-Passenger Deluxe Brougham (Gary LeMaster), under restoration as of Feb. 2014. A new floor is about to be installed and the rebuilt motor is under the blanket to the right.
1927 Kissel 8-75 5-Passenger Deluxe Brougham (Gary LeMaster), under restoration as of Feb. 2014. A new floor is about to be installed and the rebuilt motor is under the blanket to the right.
1928 Kissel 8-80S Brougham (Bruce Frederick & Dave Neu, Old School Enterprises), as found in a Wisconsin barn (May 19, 2013)
1928 Kissel 8-80S Brougham (Bruce Frederick & Dave Neu, Old School Enterprises), as found in a Wisconsin barn (May 19, 2013)
1929 Kissel White Eagle 8-126 Brougham (brothers Peter & Thomas Klug). One of three Model 8-126s known to exist; Model 8-126 largest Kissel 8-cyl produced.
1929 Kissel White Eagle 8-126 Brougham (brothers Peter & Thomas Klug). One of three Model 8-126s known to exist; Model 8-126 largest Kissel 8-cyl produced.
1929 Kissel White Eagle 8-75 Coupe Roadster (Doug & Shiela Kissel, family), as seen in the Wisconsin Automotive Museum
1929 Kissel White Eagle 8-75 Coupe Roadster (Doug & Shiela Kissel, family), as seen in the Wisconsin Automotive Museum
1929 Kissel 8-95 Coupe Roadster (Jerry Gavin). Jerry reports after a complete 2013 engine overhaul, that the 8-cyl engine in a relatively light body feels "like a little hot rod"; "it's absolutely delightful to drive!"
1929 Kissel 8-95 Coupe Roadster (Jerry Gavin). Jerry reports after a complete 2013 engine overhaul, that the 8-cyl engine in a relatively light body feels "like a little hot rod"; "it's absolutely delightful to drive!"
1929 Kissel White Eagle 8-95 Tourster (car #95-1504), owned by Steve Bednarz.
1929 Kissel White Eagle 8-95 Tourster (car #95-1504), owned by Steve Bednarz.
1930 Kissel White Eagle 8-95 Sedan (car #95-4616), owned by Charles L and Charles D
1930 Kissel White Eagle 8-95 Sedan (car #95-4616), owned by Charles L and Charles D "Chuck" Kissel who live in Southern California. This father-son partnership acquired the car from the previous owner in Denmark in late 2016.
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