[caption id="attachment_272" align="aligncenter" width="485" caption="Corky and Theresa Coker at Hershey, PA"]Corky and Theresa Coker at Hershey, PA[/caption] "Rare" is a funny word. We use it all the time to describe cool cars. "Rare" could be a car with power windows, big engine or unique color paint. "Rare" sometimes means atypical options from the factory or the mileage. How about 121 cars produced between 1915-1917, Rare? [caption id="attachment_250" align="aligncenter" width="470" caption="1915 Crane Simplex Model 5"]1915 Crane Simplex Model 5[/caption] Check out this awesome slice of automobile history! A 1915 Crane Simplex Model 5 Farnham-Nelson Torpedo Touring car in unbelievable original condition. With about the same wheelbase as an extended cab Chevy truck, this massive luxury touring car has survived 93 years of weather, wars and progress. Woodrow Wilson was our president when this car rolled out as new, and went on to see a whopping 15 more presidents until to the car you see today!!!! The Crane Simplex was the absolute pinnacle in luxury automobiles in its time and would have been owned by only the wealthiest car buyers. This car is very original and is an amazing survivor from the early years of luxury touring cars. This car came home to the Coker Tire Headquarters today and took its place in the museum. Visitors can see this very special car there, and believe me it is amazing! 1915 Crane Simplex Model 5 Farnham-Nelson Torpedo Touring 9,238cc 6 cylinder engine 100bhp@1,800 RPM Original paint and leather car number 2220