Southeastern Replicars inc
Southeastern Replicars Inc. was an American manufacturer of automobiles .
David Samuels founded the company on November 8, 1978 in Largo, Florida . In addition to the restoration of classic cars, the production of kit cars . The trade name was Southeastern subsidiary of antique autos of america,. As of August 25, 1980, there was a branch in California . Production ended in around 1982 .
Three models were replicas of Auburn Automobile Company vehicles from the 1930s.Prices started from $9,900 to $12,000 with options The Speedster was a two-seater roadster . The touring car Phaeton was a 2+2 seats and a full-fledged four-seater. The wheelbase was 323 cm and 348 cm for four-seater. the chassis and engine originated either from Ford or General Motors . About 300 vehicles made.