1:18 1920 Cleveland Model 40 Roadster
"The sensation of the year among light sixes," the Cleveland Six was equipped with an overhead valve, straight six-cylinder engine, that was tested for three years before the model was first sold to the public. Cleveland Automobile Co. advertised that "the Cleveland Six motor, of the overhead-valve type, quiet and responsive in an unusual degree, is alive with power." The car had a wheelbase of 112 inches. However, with a price of $1,385, the three-passenger Cleveland Roadster and its sister models couldn't compete with Ford's Model T.