During their heyday from the late 1920s through the 1950s, the "Rolls Royce" of bumper cars was Lusse. This rare beauty from 1936 is one of the most sought after with its working headlights and genuine leather seats. This very rare bumper car was in use at the Jantzen Beach Amusement park in Portland Oregon for many years, before being rescued. It has front wheel drive and front steer. It has all of its original parts, including the original electric motor. With a top hat steering wheel and original brass manufacturer's hood medallion, you can truly take a "ride" down memory lane with this unusual and completely unrestored vehicle that is guaranteed to attract attention.
The car has had longtime ownership and can be inspected in the Seattle area by appointment.