1905 NATIONAL MODEL E 50-60 HP 7-PASSENGER TOURING
1905 NATIONAL "Model E 50-60 h.p. " 6 Cyl. 7 Passenger Touring
Chassis# 1744 – Engine# 1323
This massive 1905 National touring car was used on the desert stage line during the era of the legendary Death Valley Scotty.
This big six-cylinder, seven passenger car was standing on jacks for 33 years. It was restored in the 1980’s when it was owned by Wayne McKinley.
The car was used by the late Walter Scott in the operation of a stage line between Barstow and Death Valley. Rates reportedly were $100 a head with an extra charge for baggage.
1. Death Valley Scottie
2. The Gold Gulch (California)
3. King of the Road Museum (California)
4. Percell Ingram
5. Gerald Lohen
6. Johnny Bassett (Arkansas)
7. Wayne McKinley
8. Imperial Palace
9. Bill Lassiter
10. Don Williams