- Manufacturer: America Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana 1905-1914
- Model: Victoria Underslung
- Body style: "The Traveler"
- Cost new: $4250 Number produced: N/A
- Engine: Four-cylinder water-cooled L-head
- Horsepower: 50 horsepower
- Wheelbase: 124” Wheels: 41 inch x 4 inch
- Transmission: Four speed selective sliding
- Suspension: “Underslung” frame located under axles, suspended by leaf springs
- Brakes: Mechanical on rear wheels
This car was originally owned by Larz Anderson, US Ambassador to Belgium and founder of the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts. American achieved its fame with the underslug models introduced in 1907. Unlike other cars the frame was slung below the axles, which gave a low appearance and center of gravity, without sacrificing good ground clearance.
The Underslung was developed in collaboration with Harry Stutz.