The 1910 Limited Touring was a high point for the company. Riding atop 42 in. wheels, and equipped with factory "white" tires, the Limited was the prestige model in Oldsmobile’s two-model lineup. The Limited retailed for US$4,600, an amount greater than the purchase of a new, no-frills three bedroom house. For their money, buyers received goatskin upholstery, a 60hp (45kW) 707in³ (11.6L) straight-6 engine, Bosch Magneto starter, running boards and room for five. Options included a speedometer, clock and a full glass windshield. A limousine version was priced at $5,800. While Oldsmobile only sold 725 Limiteds in its three years of production, the car is best remembered for winning a race against the famed 20th Century Limited locomotive, an event immortalized in the painting "Setting the Pace" by William Harnden Foster.