Warren G. Harding: Stevens-Duryea
The Stevens-Duryea was big, and with prices ranging up to $5,000 back then, it wasn’t exactly cheap. Still, it could hold seven people, and its big ad campaign was that it was “easy on tires,” for whatever that’s worth.
Calvin Coolidge: nothingmobile Calvin Coolidge didn’t bother with his own car. He doesn’t get a spot at this table.