The Reo Flying Cloud OW 1904 is an iconic American automobile that was first introduced to the world as part of the Reo brand in 1904. It was one of the first cars to utilize the famous "flying clouds" concept – a reference to its powerful performance and aerodynamic styling. Styled in a two-door coupe body, the OW 1904 was an extremely popular model and continues to be a legend in American motoring. The Reo Flying Cloud OW 1904 possessed a daring two-tone paint job complete with sleek, flowing lines that created an overall effect of a soaring cloud. This car was powered by a two-cylinder, fourteen-horsepower engine that was connected to a transmission system designed by Frederick Fish. This engine proved to be extremely reliable and provided the OW 1904 with its impressive performance capabilities. To complement the powerful engine, the Reo Flying Cloud OW 1904 featured a four-wheel suspension system that provided a comfortable and smooth ride. It had a top speed of 42 miles per hour and a 0-30 mph acceleration time of thirteen seconds. This car was also known for its beautiful exterior, boasting a tastefully designed "Miss Liberty" radiator emblem and unique brass side lamps. Interior features included an electric horn, windshield wiper and electric lighting system. Today, the Reo Flying Cloud OW 1904 is a prized collector's item, representing the pinnacle of vintage motoring. It is a timeless piece of American automotive history and showcases the legendary performance and style of its era.
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