- Year-1918 Detroit Electric - Four Passenger Brougham Coupe
- Model - 75B - Type 19B - No. 11853
- Owner - Robert & Feryl Giesen, Wichita, KS
- Acquired - 1981 from the Alvin King Museum, Hesston, KS
- Body & Paint Work - Rusty Southard, Wichita, KS
- Interior - Tom Richardson, Richardson Upholstery, Wichita, KS
- Power Sourc - Fourteen Six Volt Deep Cycle Trojan Bateries - 260 Ampere-Hours Each - Operating Voltage 84 Volts.
- Battery Charging - Six to Eight Hours Fully Charged Depending on the Distance Driven.
- Power & Control - An Elwell-Parker 5-8 Horsepower Direct Current Electric Motor with a Five Spped Elwell-Parker Drum Switch.
- Speeds - Five Speed Drum Switch with Running Speeds of 6-23 Miles Per Hour - Distance per Chargeof Approximately 65 - 85 Miles.
- Cost New -$1,975 - Was purchased by many Doctors for transportation and was known as a Doctors Car or a Ladies Car. In 1918, 1,139 units were manufactured.
The selling points of this car when new; it was a Full Vision Easy Ride vehicle. It did not have to be cranked or run on petroleum fuel.