1901 Petzelt & Keyser Opera Coach
Made in Philadelphia in the early 1900’s. (Axle Grease Caps show name)
Generally used to go out for the evening for pleasure & special events.
Original wood – has been repainted.
Wheels have been re-done – sent out to Alberta to a wheelwright who fully rebuilt them to brand new --- fully serviceable condition. The axle is stamped “Dalzell 1901”
Interior is in great condition – no rips or tears in the upholstery.
Some glass original some not. Lamps are original.
A true survivor for its age.
Call for details on this 1901 Petzelt & Keyser Opera Coach. 905-775-0499.
Email The Guild of Automotive Restorers for more details.
(Season 7 coming soon)
Eccentric entrepreneur David Grainger might like to fly planes, ride horses and race boats but his true love has led him to one career and there is nothing blue-collar about it. At The Guild of Automotive Restorers, David Grainger and his team save the world's rarest classic vehicles. From re-building a one-of-a-kind turn of the century French De Dion, to recreating the multi million dollar Bugatti Aerolithe or by getting the engine of a 1969 Plymouth GTX roaring back to life.
David's crew of automobile mavericks turn rust into gold and deal with all the dents along the way. However, it is not just about the cars. David scours the planet's most elite auctions with friend and investment partner Larry Burns. They often bring back four wheeled gems to fix-and-flip. Shop manager Greg Bowler keeps the restoration garage machine running smoothly.
AND for all those people who have been asking...David's shirts are tailored by Bugatchi (Seasons 4 & 5)
Robert Graham (Season 3)