1914 White Model Thirty G.A.H. Touring
Offered by RM Sotheby’s | Auburn, Indiana | August 30-September 2, 2018
The White Motor Company was around for 80 years, but only produced passenger cars for the first 18 of those. And the earliest examples were powered by steam before they focused on gasoline power (and ultimately diesel trucks).
White had a very strange model naming system going from about 1910 through 1916. Take, for instance, this Model G.E.D. Touring. The 1914 model range consisted of the Model Thirty, the Model Forty, and Model Sixty. The Model Thirty was broken down as the G.A.F. Touring, Roadster, and Coupe. G.A.H. cars were actually built in 1916, so it’s hard telling why this is titled as a 1914. At any rate, it should bring between $45,000-$65,000, and you can read more here.
Update: Sold $29,700.