1923 Jewett Roadster - The Jewett was named after Harry M. Jewett, president of the Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co. The Jewett was a 'companion make' to the Paige and was made in Detroit, Michigan from 1922-1926. The Graham Brothers purchased the company in January, 1927. This car has a 249ci., 50hp, 6 cylinder, L-head engine.
Being a highly regarded automotive event, the Detroit Motor Show is best remembered for its great (and anxiously expected!) debuts in our mind. There are highly elegant production trim versions, dramatic stylish concepts of the hottest ever supercars along with the exciting engineering as well as talented design solutions. 2016 Detroit Motors is already in the books so let’s sum up all the stunning highlights and breathtaking debuts.