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    1910s automobiles

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    • Automobile

      A car is a wheeled, self-powered motor vehicle used for transportation and a product of the automotive industry. Most definitions of the term specify that cars are designed to run primarily on roads, to have seating for one to eight people, to typically have four wheels with tyres, and to be constructed principally for ... Automobiles


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    • 1910s

    • The 1910s (pronounced "nineteen-tens", also abbreviated as the "teens") was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1910, and ended on December 31, 1919. The 1910s represented the culmination of European militarism which had its beginnings during the second half of the 19th century. The conservative ... Read »


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    • 1910

    • 1910 (MCMX) was a common year starting on Saturday (dominical letter B) of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Friday (dominical letter C) of the Julian calendar, the 1910th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 910th year of the 2nd millennium, the 10th year of the 2 ... Read »


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    • 1919

    • 1919 (MCMXIX) was a common year starting on Wednesday (dominical letter E) of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Tuesday (dominical letter F) of the Julian calendar, the 1919th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 919th year of the 2nd millennium, the 19th year of t ... Read »


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    • Cars introduced in 1910

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    • Cars introduced in 1914

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    • Cars introduced in 1915

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    • Cars introduced in 1916

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    • Cars introduced in 1917

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    • Brass Era vehicles

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    • Brass Era car

    • The Brass Era is an American term for the early period of automotive manufacturing, named for the prominent brass fittings used during this time for such things as lights and radiators. It is generally considered to encompass 1896 through 1915, a time when these vehicles were often referred to as horseless carriages. ... Read »


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    • Vintage car

    • A vintage car is, in the most general sense, an old automobile, and in the narrower senses of car enthusiasts and collectors, it is a car from the period of 1919 to 1930. Such enthusiasts have categorization schemes for ages of cars that enforce distinctions between antique cars, vintage cars, classic cars, and so on. ... Read »


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    • Abendroth & Root Manufacturing Co


    • A.M. (automobile)

    • The A.M. was a range of automobiles manufactured by the French firm of Ateliers Veuve A. de Mesmay. The vehicles were produced in Saint-Quentin, Aisne, France, from 1906 to 1914 and marketed under the name Automobiles 'Abeille' de Mesmay (hence the AM nomenclature). They were powered by petrol engines of various sizes ... Read »


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    • Adams-Farwell

    • Adams-Farwell was a brass era American automobile from Dubuque, Iowa, built by The Adams Company (founded 1892, still active ) between 1905 and 1912. The Roberts & Langworthy Iron Works, located at 57 South Main Street in Dubuque, were manufacturers of "fine light castings" like grave crosses and park benches. Eug ... Read »


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    • ALFA 15 HP

    • ALFA 15 HP

      The A.L.F.A 15 HP is a medium size car produced by A.L.F.A., a company that later became Alfa Romeo, from 1911 to 1913. The model was derived from the 12 HP and had a four-cylinder engine with 2,413 cc of displacement. Compared to the predecessor, the displacement was unchanged, but power output was increased. The 15- ... Read »


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    • ALFA 15/20 HP


    • ALFA 24 HP

    • ALFA 24 HP

      The ALFA 24 HP is 4.1-litre four-cylinder passenger car, the first model produced by Italian car manufacturer ALFA (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili), which in 1919 would become Alfa Romeo. It was introduced in 1910, the year ALFA was founded, and produced until 1914 in ALFA's Portello factory near Milan. The model ... Read »


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    • ALFA 40/60 HP


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    • American Motor Car Company

    • American Motor Car Company

      The American Motor Car Company was a short-lived company in the automotive industry founded in 1906, lasting until 1913. It was based in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The American Motor Car Company pioneered the "underslung" design. Harry C. Stutz, who later formed a company bearing his name, designed the firs ... Read »


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    • American Napier (automobile)

    • The American Napier was an automobile sold by the Napier Motor Car Company of America from 1904 until 1912. Initially, the company imported assembled Napiers from England. From late 1904 the cars were assembled under licence in Jamaica Plain, a section of Boston, Massachusetts, in a building formerly used by the B.F. ... Read »


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    • American Simplex

    • Not to be confused with S&M Simplex/Simplex/Crane-Simplex Billed as "a motor-car symphony", the American Simplex was an American automobile manufactured in Mishawaka, Indiana, United States, from 1906 to 1915 by the Simplex Motor Car Company; the company shortened its product's name to Amplex in 1910 to avoid confusio ... Read »


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    • Apperson

    • The Apperson was a brand of American automobile manufactured from 1901 to 1926 in Kokomo, Indiana. The company was founded by the brothers Edgar and Elmer Apperson shortly after they left Haynes-Apperson; for a time they continued to use a FR layoutont-mounted flat-twin engine, following it with a horizontal four. ... Read »


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    • Audi Type A

    • Audi Type A

      The Audi Type A is an automobile which was introduced in 1910. It is considered to be the oldest vehicle under the Audi name. A total of 140 vehicles were produced. In 1911 the type A was succeeded by the Audi Type B. ... Read »


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    • Audi Type B

    • The Audi Type B was introduced in 1910 as a successor to the Audi Type A, there was an overall 360 of the Type B built. It used a four-cylinder, two-block inline engine with 2.6 Litres of displacement. It developed 28 PS (21 kW; 28 hp) through a four-speed countershaft gearbox and a propeller shaft, which drov ... Read »


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    • Audi Type C

    • Audi Type C

      The Audi Type C was introduced in 1912. It became popular with the German people and Army, being brought back into production for a couple of years after the war. Its performance, handling and reliability along with rally successes greatly raised Audi's profile, and the Type C was a commercial success. 1,116 cars were ... Read »


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    • Audi Type D

    • The Audi Type D was introduced in 1911. The vehicle had a four-cylinder in-line engine with 4.7 litres of displacement. It developed 45 PS over a four-speed countershaft gearbox and a propeller shaft, which drove the rear wheels. The car had a ladder frame and two leaf-sprung solid axles. The Type D was available as a ... Read »


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    • Audi Type E

    • Audi Type E

      The Audi Type E was a passenger car introduced by Audi in 1913. It was the largest pre-war car from Audi. The vehicle had a four-cylinder two-block in-line engine with 5,699 cc of displacement. It developed over a four-speed countershaft gearbox and a propeller shaft, which drove the rear wheels. The claimed maximum o ... Read »


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    • Audi Type G

    • The Audi Type G is a passenger car produced by Audi between 1914 and 1923. It is Audi's smallest and least powerful pre-war car. The vehicle had a four-cylinder two-block in-line engine with 2,084 cc of displacement with which developed a maximum of 22 PS (16 kW; 22 hp) at 1900 rpm. Power was transmitted to t ... Read »


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    • Austin 10 hp

    • Austin 10 hp

      The Austin 10 hp is a small car that was produced between 1910 and 1915 by the British car manufacturer Austin at their Longbridge, Worcestershire plant near Birmingham. 1,336 cars were made, 213 with the 1125 cc engine and 1,123 with the 1615 cc engine. Like the 1087 cc Austin 7 hp produced by both Austin and Du Cr ... Read »


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    • Austin 30 hp

    • Austin 30 hp

      The Austin 30-hp is a large luxury car that was announced by British car manufacturer Austin at the Paris Salon de l'Automobile in December 1912 where its chassis only was displayed. Austin's other exhibits were two other bare chassis, 10-hp and 20-hp respectively and a 40-hp Defiance tourer. The new Austin 30 would g ... Read »


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    • Austin Automobile Company

    • Austin Automobile Company

      The Austin was a brass era American automobile manufactured in Grand Rapids, Michigan from 1901 to 1921. The company, founded by James E. Austin and his son Walter Austin, built large, expensive and powerful touring cars with an unusual double cantilever rear spring arrangement placing the rear wheels behind (sometimes ... Read »


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    • Austin Twenty

    • Austin Twenty

      Austin Twenty is a large car that was introduced by Austin after the end of the First World War in April 1919 and continued in production until 1930. After the Austin 20/6 model was introduced in 1927, the first model was referred to as the Austin 20/4. Before 1919 Austins had been expensive prestige cars. In the 1920 ... Read »


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    • Bachelle Electric (automobile company)


    • Baker Motor Vehicle

    • Baker Motor Vehicle Company

      Baker Motor Vehicle Company was an American manufacturer of Brass Era electric automobiles in Cleveland, Ohio, from 1899 to 1914. The first Baker vehicle was a two seater with a selling price of US$850. One was sold to Thomas Edison as his first car. Edison also designed the nickel-iron batteries used in some Bake ... Read »


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    • Barley Motor Car Co.

    • Barley Motor Car Co. was a manufacturer of automobiles in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Streator, Illinois. It manufactured the Roamer automobile (1916–29) and, briefly, the Barley (1922–24), and the Pennant (1924–25). In 1913, Albert C. Barley bought the assets of the Streator Motor Car Company, which was p ... Read »


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    • Belmont (automobile)

    • The Belmont was an electric car manufactured in Wyandotte, Michigan, by the Belmont Electric Auto Company in 1916. They produced four- and six-seater electrical limousines, along with other commercial electric vehicles. ... Read »


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    • Ben Hur (automobile)

    • The Ben-Hur Motor Company was incorporated 1916 in the state of Delaware, with the cars being built by L. L. Allen in Willoughby, Ohio. Ben-Hur exhibited a cloverleaf roadster at the 1917 New York Auto Show. In February 1918 Allen announced that between 30 and 40 cars had been shipped to dealers, and that plans ca ... Read »


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    • Benz 10/30 PS


    • Black Crow (automobile)

    • Automobile Manufacturing Industry Automotive Founded 1909 Defunct 1911
    • Crow Motor Car Company

      Black Crow automobiles were manufactured from 1909-1911 by the Crow Motor Car Company in Elkhart, Indiana, and sold by the Black Motor Company . ... Read »


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    • Bour-Davis

    • The Bour-Davis was an American automobile manufactured from 1916 until 1922. The car took its name from two of the founders of the company; Robert C Davis and Charles J Bour. Production of the car was started in Detroit, before moving to Frankfort, Indiana, in 1918. A distinctive feature of the Model 17 and Model 18B c ... Read »


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    • Brennan Motor Manufacturing Company

    • Brennan Motor Manufacturing Company (1897–1972) of Syracuse, New York, was an early manufacturer of automobile engines. From 1902 until 1908, the company produced the Brennan automobile however, after the demise of the automobile enterprise, the company again turned their focus to automobile engines and later mari ... Read »


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    • Buckeye Manufacturing Company

    • The Buckeye Manufacturing Company was a company originally formed to manufacture horse and buggy parts. It was started in the later part of the nineteenth century and by the early part of the twentieth century was making parts and materials for the Buckeye gasoline buggy automobile as well as for the Union automobile a ... Read »


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    • Bugatti Type 13

    • The Type 13 was the first true Bugatti car. Production of the Type 13 and later Types 15, 17, 22, and 23, began with the company's founding in 1910 and lasted through 1920 with 435 examples produced. Most road cars used an eight-valve engine, though five Type 13 racers had 16-valve heads, some of the first ever produce ... Read »


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    • Bugatti Type 18

    • Bugatti Type 18

      The Bugatti Type 18, also called the Garros, is an automobile produced from 1912 through 1914. Produced shortly after the start of the business, the design was something of a relic. It had much in common with the cars Ettore Bugatti had designed for Deutz Gasmotoren Fabrik but with the radiator of the Type 13. Only 6 o ... Read »


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    • C-A-C (cyclecar)

    • C-A-C is a cycle car that was produced in Chicago, Illinois from 1914 to 1916. The cycle car cost $425 open roadster. For $650 the buyer got a closed-body cycle car. The engine was a water-cooled 12 hp four-cylinder which ran on gas. ... Read »


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    • Cadillac Type 53

    • The Cadillac Type 53 was the first car to use the same control layout as modern automobiles- with the gear lever and hand brake in the middle of the front two seats, a key started ignition, and three pedals for the clutch, brake and throttle in the modern order. This Cadillac was driven by a 77 horse power V8 engine. T ... Read »


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    • Cameron (automobile)

    • The Cameron was an automobile manufactured by the Cameron Car Company of Rhode Island from 1902 to 1906, then in Brockton, Massachusetts from 1906 to 1908, then in Beverly, Massachusetts from 1909 to 1915, Norwalk, Connecticut in 1919, and finally in Stamford, Connecticut in 1920. No cars were produced from 1915 to 191 ... Read »


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    • Chalmers Automobile

    • Chalmers Automobile

      Chalmers Motor Company was an American automobile company located in Detroit, Michigan. It was named after Hugh Chalmers of the National Cash Register Company. Like Maxwell the brand is now owned by Chrysler. The Chalmers was formed when Hugh Chalmers bought out the interests of ER Thomas in the Thomas-Detroit com ... Read »


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    • Chase Motor Truck Company

    • Chase Motor Truck Company

      Chase Motor Truck Company (1907-1919), founded by Aurin M. Chase, was a manufacturer of trucks in Syracuse, New York. The vehicles were known for their air-cooled engines and simplicity of design. The company also produced a utility wagon in the form of an automobile, which could be converted for use in business or pl ... Read »


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    • Chevrolet Light Six

    • Chevrolet Light Six

      The Chevrolet Light Six Series L was an American car produced by Chevrolet in 1914 and 1915. The famous Chevrolet 'Bow Tie' emblem made its grand debut in 1914, and has been used on all Chevrolet cars and trucks since then. When the Classic Six ceased production at the end of the 1914 model year the Light Six replaced ... Read »


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    • Chevrolet Series 490

    • Chevrolet Series 490

      The Chevrolet Series 490 (or Four-Ninety) is a Brass Era American automobile, made from 1915 to 1922 by Chevrolet. The June 1915 introduction of the $490 Chevrolet 490 was an immediate success and established the brand as a big player. The name would not denote the price for long (in 1921, the average price was $820), ... Read »


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    • Chevrolet Series C Classic Six

    • Chevrolet Series C Classic Six

      The Chevrolet Series C Classic Six is a Brass Era American automobile, and is the first ever Chevrolet. It is one of the few Chevrolets made while record-setting Buick race car driver Louis Chevrolet was with the company. This early Chevy was much larger, more powerful, more stylized and therefore more expensive than t ... Read »


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    • Chevrolet Series FB

    • The Chevrolet Series FB (or Chevrolet FB) is an American vehicle manufactured by Chevrolet from 1919 to 1922. It was a slightly larger replacement to the 1918 Chevrolet Series FA, sitting on a wheelbase of 110 in (2,794 mm) compared to 108 in (2,743 mm). It was replaced by the 1923 Chevrolet Superior. The ... Read »


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    • Corbin (automobile)

    • Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation

      The Corbin was an American automobile manufactured from 1904 to 1912 in New Britain, Connecticut. Early cars were air-cooled, but the company later added water-cooling. During 1912, the Model 30 for $2,000 and Model 40 for $3,000 were on display in Madison Square Garden. ... Read »


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    • Crow-Elkhart (automobile company)

    • The Crow-Elkhart was an American automobile manufactured from 1909 until 1924 by the Crow-Elkhart Motor Company of Elkhart, Indiana, founded by Martin E. Crow. The company manufactured both four and six cylinder models. After World War I, Crow-Elkhart used Gray victory engines in some of its cars. In 1922, the company ... Read »


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    • Cyklon

    • Cyklon was a German make of car produced from 1902 to 1931. It was primarily noted for its unique three-wheeled design. The three-wheeled Cyklon Cyklonette was made for 1902. It was a three-wheeler with a single wheel in the front to steer, and to provide propulsion from a 450 cc one-cylinder engine mounted direct ... Read »


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    • De Dion-Bouton

    • De Dion–Bouton

      De Dion-Bouton was a French automobile manufacturer and railcar manufacturer operating from 1883 to 1932. The company was founded by the Marquis Jules-Albert de Dion, Georges Bouton, and Bouton's brother-in-law Charles Trépardoux. The company was formed after de Dion in 1881 saw a toy locomotive in a store window a ... Read »


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    • Dennis (automobile)

    • Dennis Company is a former brass era automobile maker based in Guildford, Britain. Originally known as Dennis Brothers Ltd, the company was founded in 1895 by John (1871–1939) and Raymond Dennis (1878–1939). The brothers who made Speed King bicycles which they sold from their shop, the Universal Athletic ... Read »


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    • Doble steam car

    • The Doble steam Car was an American steam car maker from 1909-1931. Their latter models of steam car, with fast firing boiler and electric start, were considered the pinnacle of steam car development. The term "Doble steam car" comprises any of several makes of steam-powered automobile in the early 20th century, includ ... Read »


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    • Dorris Motors Corporation

    • Automobile Manufacturing Industry Automotive Genre sedans, trucks Fate Bankruptcy Founded 1906 Founder George Preston Dorris and John L. French Defunct 1926 Headquarters St. Louis, Missouri, United States
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    • Dorris Motor Car Company

      The Dorris Motor Car Company was founded by George Preston Dorris in 1906. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Dorris had built an experimental gasoline car circa 1896-1897 in his family's bicycle shop. He relocated to St. Louis, Missouri, where he joined with John L. French to found the St. Louis Motor Company. Dorris serve ... Read »


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    • Econoom

    • The Econoom was a Dutch automobile manufactured from 1913 until 1915. Only 85 vehicles, all light cars, were produced by the Amsterdam firm of Hautekeet & Van Asselt; they used Ballot engines and a MAB chassis, all imported from France. ... Read »


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    • Egg (car)

    • Egg or Egg & Egli was a Swiss car made in business from 1896 to 1919. It was one of the more long-lived early Swiss car makes. It appeared at numerous auto shows and competed in France's annual smash-up derby. Rudolf Egg, an automotive engineer, built a car for his own use in 1893. He later founded the namesake co ... Read »


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    • Elmore (automobile)

    • Automobile Manufacturing Industry Automotive Fate Purchased by William Durant in 1908. Founded 1893 Founder Harmon Von Vechten Becker and his two sons, James & Burton Defunct 1912 Headquarters Initially in Elmore, Ohio and then Clyde, Ohio, United States
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    • Elmore Manufacturing Company

      Elmore Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of veteran and brass era automobiles and bicycles (1893–97), headquartered at 504 Amanda Street,Clyde, Ohio, from 1893 until 1912. The company took its name from its original place of manufacture, the nearby village of Elmore. Founded by Harmon Von Vechten Becker and ... Read »


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    • Essex (automobile)

    • The Essex was a brand of automobile produced by the Essex Motor Company between 1918 and 1922 and by Hudson Motor Company of Detroit, Michigan between 1922 and 1933. During its production run, the Essex was considered a small car and was affordably priced. The Essex is generally credited with starting a trend away ... Read »


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    • Fiat 2B

    • Fiat 2B

      The Fiat Tipo 2B is a car produced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat between 1912 and 1920. The Tipo 2B has a 2815 cc four-cylinder side-valve monoblock engine with 80 mm bore, a 140 mm stroke, and a compression ratio of 4.2:1, producing 28 hp at 1800 rpm. The standard tire on this model is an 815X105. The Tip ... Read »


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    • Fiat 70

    • Fiat 70

      The Fiat 70 was a car produced by Italian car manufacturer Fiat between 1915 and 1920. The 70 used a 2-liter straight-four engine producing 21 hp and capable of a top speed of 70 km/h (43 mph). Around a thousand of this model were produced, with almost all going to the Italian army. The car was quite advanced ... Read »


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    • Fiat 501

    • Fiat 501

      The Fiat 501 is a car produced by Fiat between 1919 and 1926. The 501 was Fiat's first model after World War I. Fiat introduced the S and SS sports versions of the 501 in 1921. Fiat produced 47,600 501s in total. ... Read »


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    • Fiat 505

    • Fiat 505

      The Fiat 505 is a passenger car produced by Fiat between 1919 and 1925. The 505 was based on the same basic design as the four cylinder Fiat 501, but with a larger engine and bigger exterior dimensions. With a 2296 cc (30 hp) engine, the car could reach a top speed of 80 kilometres per hour (50 mph). 30,000 exam ... Read »


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    • Fiat S76 Record

    • Fiat S76 Record

      The FIAT S76, later known as the FIAT 300 HP RECORD and nicknamed "The Beast of Turin", was a car built in 1911 by FIAT specifically to beat the land speed record held at the time by Blitzen Benz. It has a 4-cylinder engine with a displacement of 28,353 cm3 (1,730.2 in3) (190mm x 250mm), and provides 290 metric h ... Read »


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    • Fiat Zero

    • Fiat Zero

      The Fiat Zero, known also as the Fiat 12/15 hp, was a car produced by FIAT from 1912 to 1915. (The letters 'hp' defined its fiscal horse power rather than its bhp.) At launch it sold for 8,000 lire, which later was reduced to 6,900 lire, the equivalent of 23,250 € in 2003. It was equipped with a 1.8-liter, 18 ... Read »


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    • Ford Model T

    • Ford Model T

      The Ford Model T (colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie, T‑Model Ford, Model T, T, Leaping Lena, or flivver) is an automobile that was produced by Ford Motor Company from October 1, 1908, to May 26, 1927. It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, the car that opened travel to the common middle-cl ... Read »


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    • Franklin (automobile)

    • Franklin Automobile Company

      Coordinates: 43°02′41″N 76°10′18″W / 43.044802°N 76.171557°W / 43.044802; -76.171557 The Franklin Automobile Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles in the United States between 1902 and 1934 in Syracuse, New York. Herbert H. Franklin founded the H. H. Fra ... Read »


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    • Full-size Ford

    • Full-size Ford is the popular term for a long-running line of Ford vehicles which have been produced in North America with a large degree of similarity since the Model T in 1908, up to the Crown Victoria, which ceased production in late 2011. The term full-size does not necessarily indicate it was large relative to its ... Read »


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    • Geronimo Motor Company

    • Geronimo was a pioneer vintage era American automobile, built at 409 South Grand in Enid, Oklahoma, between 1917 and 1920. It was what would today be called an "assembled car", relying on proprietary parts from outside suppliers. In addition, the company made tractors. The Geronimo Motor Company was founded in 1917 by ... Read »


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    • Grant (automobile)

    • The Grant Motor Co was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1913 to 1922. The company was based in Findlay, Ohio. The company produced several thousand four and six cylinder automobiles and even exported cars to England as the Whiting-Grant. In 1916, the five passenger Tourin ... Read »


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    • Grinnell (automobile)

    • The Grinnell was an electric car manufactured in Detroit, Michigan by the Grinnell Electric Car Company from 1910-13. The Grinnell was a five-seater closed coupe that sat on a 8 ft (2.4 m) wheelbase. The company claimed to have a 90-mile (140 km) range per charge. The vehicle cost $2,800. By contrast, Ford Mod ... Read »


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    • Grout (automobile)

    • Grout Brothers

      Grout Brothers was a manufacturer of steam-powered automobiles in Orange, Massachusetts. The three brothers, Carl, Fred and C.B. were set up in business by their father William H., who had made sewing machines under the New Home name in partnership with Thomas H. White. The early cars were sold under the New Home name. ... Read »


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    • H. A. Moyer (automobile)

    • H. A. Moyer, Maker of Fine Carriages and Automobiles

      H. A. Moyer Automobile Company (1908–1915), a manufacturer of luxury automobiles in Syracuse, New York, was founded by Harvey A. Moyer (1853–1935) of Clay, New York. The company began business in 1876 in Cicero, New York, as H. A. Moyer Carriage Company. As the era of the horse-drawn carriage came to an end, ... Read »


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    • Halladay (automobile)

    • The Halladay Motor Car company was founded in 1905 in Chicago, Illinois, and moved to Ohio in 1917. The company originated with the Erie Motor Carriage & Manufacturing Company in Anderson, Indiana, which was bought out in 1902 by Lou P. Halladay. He spent a year earning $30,000 in capital, then renamed the company ... Read »


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    • Havers (automobile)

    • The Havers was an automobile built in Port Huron, Michigan by the Havers Motor Car Company from 1908-14. The Havers were conventional in design, except they had a long chassis. Most were equipped with a six-cylinder engine, the 1914 engine being of 6.2L capacity producing 55 hp (41 kW). The 1914 Model 6-55 Speed ... Read »


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    • Haynes Automobile Company

    • Automobile Manufacturing Industry Automotive Genre sedan, coupe and roadster Founded 1905 Founder Edgar Apperson, Elmer Apperson and Elwood Haynes Defunct 1924 Headquarters Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, United States
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    • Haynes Automobile Company

      The Haynes Automobile Company was a United States automobile manufacturing company that produced automobiles in Kokomo, Indiana, from 1905 to 1924. The company was formerly known as the Haynes-Apperson company, and produced automobiles under that name from 1896 to 1905. Co-founder Elwood Haynes changed the name of the ... Read »


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    • Heine-Velox

    • Heine-Velox was a large, expensive luxury car made by Gustav Heine. Heine Piano Company was originally Bruenn Piano Company before Heine became owner. All were based in San Francisco. Gustav Otto Ludolf Heine was born near Boizenburg, Germany, in 1868, and emigrated to the United States in 1873 with his parents an ... Read »


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    • Hispano-Suiza H6

    • Hispano-Suiza H6

      The Hispano-Suiza H6 is a luxury car that was produced by Hispano-Suiza, mostly in France. Introduced at the 1919 Paris Motor Show, the H6 was produced until 1933. Roughly 2,350 H6, H6B, and H6C cars were produced in total. The H6 engine featured a straight-six engine inspired by designer Marc Birkigt's work on ai ... Read »


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    • Holsman Automobile Company

    • Holsman Automobile Company

      The Holsman Automobile Company was an early United States automobile manufacturer in Chicago, Illinois, between 1901 and 1910. Founded by Henry K. Holsman, the company produced a high wheeler automobile. ... Read »


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    • Hoover Cyclecar

    • The Hoover Cyclecar was a cyclecar manufactured by H. H. Hoover in St. Louis, Missouri; a company was established to manufacture the vehicle in October 1913. It was a two-passenger vehicle powered by a single-cylinder, 5 horsepower (3.7 kW) engine. Fitted with wire wheels, the engine drove the vehicle via a chain dr ... Read »


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    • International Harvester Auto-Buggy

    • The International Harvester Auto-Buggy is a 2-cylinder air-cooled motor car that was produced by International Harvester from approximately 1907-1916. It utilized an opposed cylinder air cooled design that produced 18-20 horsepower, with the engine mounted underneath the car's body. The Auto Buggy had two forward gear ... Read »


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    • Iris (car)

    • Iris was a British car brand that was manufactured from 1906-1925 by Legros & Knowles Ltd in Willesden, London and Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The Iris Motor Co, was established at Holland St, Brixton, London,in 1902. It made motorcycles until 1904 and later the Iris car. Lucien Alphonse Legros (1866-1933), O.B.E ... Read »


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    • Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8

    • Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8

      The Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 is an Italian luxury car made between 1919 and 1924. The Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 is an automobile introduced in 1919 by Isotta Fraschini, a company which underwent a complete change after World War I. Until that time building a wide variety of models, the company adopted a single-series ... Read »


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    • Jackson Automobile Company

    • Jackson Automobile Company

      The Jackson Automobile Company was an American Brass Era automobile manufacturer located in and named for Jackson, Michigan. The company produced the Jackson from 1903 to 1923, as well as the 1903 Jaxon steam car and the 1904 Orlo. The three main partners in the 1902 incorporation of the Jackson Automobile Company ... Read »


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    • Jeffery (automobile)

    • The Jeffery brand of automobiles were manufactured by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The company was founded by Charles T. Jeffery and Thomas B. Jeffery, and sold under the brand name Rambler between 1902 and 1913. On the death of the founder, Thomas Jeffery in 1910, his son Charles took over ... Read »


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    • Jeffery Quad

    • Jeffery Quad

      The Jeffery Quad, also known as the Nash Quad or Quad is a four-wheel drive truck that was developed and built by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company from 1913 in Kenosha, Wisconsin and after 1916 by Nash Motors, which acquired the Jeffery Company. Production of the Quad continued unchanged through 1928. The Quad introduced ... Read »


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    • Jordan Motor Car Company

    • Jordan Motor Car Company

      The Jordan Motor Car Company was founded in 1916 in Cleveland, Ohio by Edward S. "Ned" Jordan, a former advertising executive from Thomas B. Jeffery Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin. The factory produced what were known as "assembled cars" until 1931, using components from other manufacturers. Jordan cars were noted more ... Read »


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    • Keeton

    • Keeton Motor Company was a pioneer brass era automobile maker based in Detroit, Michigan. Keeton's 1913 "48" was a six-cylinder five-passenger tourer with left-hand steering, 12½ in (31.75 cm)-diameterelectric headlights, starter, and horn. There were four forward speeds, an 80 mph (128 km/h) speedometer, ... Read »


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    • Kissel Motor Car Company

    • Kissel Motor Car Company

      The Kissel Motor Car Company was an American automobile and truck manufacturing company founded by Louis Kissel and his sons, George and William, on June 5, 1906 in Hartford, Wisconsin. The company custom built high-quality automobiles, hearses, fire trucks, taxicabs, and trucks from their plant at 123 Kissel Avenue, H ... Read »


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    • Kline Kar

    • The Kline Kar was an American automobile built first in York, Pennsylvania, (1910-1912), and then in Richmond, Virginia, (1912-1923). Sometimes the car was just referred to as a Kline. James A. Kline moved to York to work on a car that at the time was known as the York, but soon became the Pullman. After leaving that ... Read »


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    • Knox Automobile Company

    • Knox Automobile Company

      The Knox Automobile Company was a manufacturer of automobiles in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States between 1900 and 1914. Knox also built trucks and farm tractors until 1924. The Knox Automobile Company was established in 1900 and built 15 cars their first year. The 1904 Knox was a runabout model. The ang ... Read »


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    • Lambert (automobile)

    • The Lambert automobile and Lambert truck were built by the Lambert Automobile Company as an American vehicle from 1905 through 1916. The Lambert automobile motor in the early part of manufacturing moved around on the chassis. It was on the back of the chassis, then in the center, then to the front, and back again to th ... Read »


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    • Lambert Automobile Company

    • Lambert Automobile Company

      The Lambert Automobile Company was a 300,000-square-foot (28,000 m2) automobile factory in Anderson, Indiana to make the Lambert automobile through the Buckeye Manufacturing Company. The Lambert Automobile Company was initially the second factory plant for the Union Automobile Company of Union City, Ohio built ... Read »


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    • Lambert friction gearing disk drive transmission

    • The Lambert friction gearing disk drive transmission was invented by John William Lambert originally in 1904. The invention relates to a friction disk drive transmission for automobiles that is gearless. He saw the need for a simple transmission of engine power to an automobile's drive wheels. The main or driving disk ... Read »


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    • Lambert Gas and Gasoline Engine Company

    • The Lambert Gas and Gasoline Engine Company was a company founded by John William Lambert in the later part of the nineteenth century as part of the conglomerate of the Buckeye Manufacturing Company. Early in Lambert’s life when he was in his early twenties he had formed a partnership with his father, and und ... Read »


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    • Lanchester Thirty-Eight

    • Lanchester Thirty-Eight

      127.0 in (3,226 mm) (SWB) 139.0 in (3,531 mm) (LWB) The Lanchester Thirty-Eight was manufactured from 1910 to 1914 by the The Lanchester Motor Company Limited, located in Birmingham, England. It was designed by the youngest brother, George Lanchester assisted by Frederick Lanchester acting as a consul ... Read »


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    • Lancia Epsilon


    • Lancia Eta

    • The Lancia Eta (30/50 HP) is a car which was produced between 1911-1914 by Lancia. The Eta was smaller than Epsilon build at the same time, more like earlier Delta. From 1913 the Eta could be delivered with electrical lights. The car has straight-4 engine with capacity of 4084 cc and it produced around 60 hp at 1800 ... Read »


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    • Lion-Peugeot Type V2C3

    • The Lion-Peugeot Type V2C3 was an early motor car produced near Valentigney by the French auto-maker Lion-Peugeot in 1911. It closely resembled the manufacturer’s Type V2C2 which it replaced. 520 V2C3s were produced. The V2C3 was propelled using a two cylinder 1,325 cm³ four stroke engine, mounted ahead of ... Read »


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    • Lion-Peugeot Type V2Y3

    • The Lion-Peugeot Type V2Y3 was a motor car produced near Valentigney by the French auto-maker Lion-Peugeot in 1911. It closely resembled the manufacturer’s Type V2C3, but it had a larger engine and was faster. 215 V2Y3s were produced. The V2Y3 was propelled using a two cylinder 1,702 cm³ four stroke engine, ... Read »


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    • Lion-Peugeot Type V4C3

    • Lion-Peugeot Type V4C3

      The Lion-Peugeot Type V4C3 was a motor car produced near Valentigney by the French auto-maker Lion-Peugeot between 1912 and 1913. It was the manufacturer’s first car with a four-cylinder engine. 653 were produced. The V4C3 was propelled using a four-cylinder 1,725 cm³ four-stroke engine, mounted ahead of th ... Read »


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    • Lion-Peugeot Type VC3

    • The Lion-Peugeot Type VC3 was an early motor cars produced near Valentigney by the French auto-maker Lion-Peugeot in 1911. 135 were produced. The car was in many respects little changed from the Lion-Peugeot Type VC2 which it replaced. The Type VC3 retained a single cylinder 1,045 cm³ four stroke engine, mounted ... Read »


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    • Lion-Peugeot Type VD2

    • The Lion-Peugeot Type VD2 was a motor car produced near Valentigney by the French auto-maker Lion-Peugeot in 1915. It was usefully longer than the manufacturer’s 1914 model, the Type V4D Approximately 480 Lion-Peugeot Type VD2s were produced. It was the last Lion-Peugeot produced before wartime economic conditions ... Read »


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    • Lion-Peugeot Types VD and V4D

    • The Lion-Peugeot Type VD was a motor car produced near Valentigney by the French auto-maker Lion-Peugeot in 1913. It was developed from the slightly smaller Lion-Peugeot Type V4C3 of the previous year. Approximately 800 Lion-Peugeot Type VDs were produced. For 1914 the Lion-Peugeot Type VD was replaced by the Lion-Peu ... Read »


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    • Lorraine-Dietrich

    • Lorraine-Dietrich was a French automobile and aircraft engine manufacturer from 1896 until 1935, created when railway locomotive manufacturer Société Lorraine des Anciens Etablissements de Dietrich et Cie de Lunéville (known as De Dietrich et Cie, founded in 1884 by Jean de Dietrich) branched into the manufact ... Read »


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    • Lozier

    • Lozier Motor Company

      The Lozier Motor Company was a brass era producer of automobiles in the United States of America. The company produced luxury automobiles from 1900 to 1915, with a factory at 3703 Mack Avenue,Detroit, Michigan. The company was founded in Plattsburgh, New York by Henry Abrahm Lozier, an Indiana-born sewing machine and ... Read »


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    • Luverne (automobile)

    • Luverne was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1904 to 1917. Founded by carriage makers Al and Ed Leicher, the company was based in Luverne, Minnesota. In addition to automobiles, the company also produced fire trucks and equipment. Luverne advertising slogans: ... Read »


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    • Marathon (automobile)

    • Marathon (automobile)

      The Marathon was an automobile built by the Marathon Motor Works company in Nashville, Tennessee. It was manufactured from 1911 to 1914 when financial difficulties forced the company to sell its machinery to another automaker in Indianapolis. Only eight examples of the car are known to still exist. ... Read »


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    • Marlborough (Anglo-French car)

    • The Marlborough was a make of car sold on the British market between 1906 and 1926. For most of its life the cars were made by Malicet et Blin in France, but after World War I they were partially assembled (finished) in London and an increasing number of British parts used. The first cars were probably supplied co ... Read »


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    • Matheson (automobile)

    • Matheson Motor Car Company

      The Matheson was an American automobile manufactured from 1903 to 1912. The President of the company was Charles Walter Matheson, born Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 22, 1876. His brother, Frank F. Matheson served as company secretary. The first production of the Matheson Motor Car Company was shipped from Grand Ra ... Read »


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    • Maxwell automobile

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    • Maxwell Motor Company

      The Maxwell was a brand of automobiles manufactured in the United States of America from about 1904 to 1925. The present-day successor to the Maxwell company is Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Maxwell automobile production began under the Maxwell-Briscoe Company of Tarrytown, New York. The company was named after found ... Read »


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    • McLaughlin (automobile)

    • The McLaughlin Motor Car Company was a Canadian manufacturer of automobiles, headquartered in Oshawa, Ontario. In 1869 Robert McLaughlin started up the McLaughlin Carriage Company in a blacksmith's shop in Enniskillen, a small village located 20 kilometres (12 mi) north east of Oshawa. The company began making ... Read »


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    • Metz Company

    • The Metz Company was a pioneer brass era automobile maker established by Charles Herman Metz in Waltham, Massachusetts, from ca.1908 to 1922. C.H. Metz began in business in 1886 making bicycle parts, and in 1893 formed the Waltham Manufacturing Company with Herbert L. Thompson, Elmer G. Howe and Frank L. Howe. Lat ... Read »


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    • Mitchell (automobile)

    • Mitchell Motor Car Company

      Mitchell-Lewis Motor Company was founded in 1900 in Racine, Wisconsin as a motorcycle maker spin-off from the wagon maker Mitchell & Lewis Company Ltd. The company began manufacturing automobiles in 1903. The wagon business and auto companies were combined into Mitchell-Lewis Motor Co. in 1910. The Mitchell car brand p ... Read »


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    • Mitsubishi Model A

    • Mitsubishi Model A

      The Mitsubishi Model A is the only car built by the Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Company, a member of the Mitsubishi keiretsu which would eventually evolve into Mitsubishi Motors, and the first series production automobile manufactured in Japan. It was the brainchild of Koyata Iwasaki, the Mitsubishi's fourth president and ... Read »


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    • Moline Automobile Company

    • Moline Automobile Company

      The Moline Automobile Company (1904 - 1919) was an American brass era automobile manufacturer in Moline, Illinois known for the Moline-Knight. The Moline-Knight was an American automobile manufactured by the Moline Automobile Company located at 74 Keokuk Street in East Moline, Illinois, from 1904 to 1919. The car ... Read »


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    • Moon Motor Car

    • Moon Motor Car Company

      Moon Motor Car Company (1905 - 1930) was an American automobile company that was located in St. Louis, Missouri. The company had a venerable reputation among the buying public, as it was known for fully assembled, easily affordable mid-level cars using high-quality parts. Often this meant the manufacturing process requ ... Read »


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    • Morris Oxford bullnose

    • Morris Oxford bullnose

      The "bullnose" Morris Oxford is a series of motor car models that was produced by Morris of the United Kingdom, from 1913 to 1926. Named by W R Morris after the city of dreaming spires, the university town in which he grew up, the manufacture of Morris's Oxford cars would turn Oxford into an industrial city. Will ... Read »


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    • D. Napier & Son


    • Nash Motors

    • Nash Motors

      Nash Motors Company was an American automobile manufacturer based in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the United States from 1916 to 1937. From 1937 to 1954, Nash Motors was the automotive division of the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. Nash production continued from 1954 to 1957 after the creation of American Motors Corporation. ... Read »


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    • Gordon Newey

    • Newey, Newey-Aster, Gordon Newey, Gordon Newey Ltd, G.N.L. (GNL), (1907-1920) was a British automobile manufacturer from Birmingham. The company began in 1907 as a sales agency for De Dion-Bouton, Star Motor Company and Siddeley Autocar Company (John Siddeley, 1st Baron Kenilworth). In 1907 they also manufactured ... Read »


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    • NW U

    • NW U

      The NW type U is an Edwardian era automobile manufactured by Nesselsdorfer Wagenbau-Fabriks-Gesellschaft A.G. (NW, now known as Tatra). After the success of Type S, models NW T (four-cylinder) and NW U (six-cylinder) were launched. Both types were again OHC design with hemispherical combustion chambers with the cylinde ... Read »


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    • Nyberg Automobile

    • Nyberg was the name of an early American automobile manufacturing company, now defunct. Henry Nyberg of Chicago, Illinois, saw an opportunity in the nascent auto industry and purchased the Rider-Lewis Motor Company of Anderson, Indiana, in 1910. The Nyberg company enlarged operations when it began assembling automobile ... Read »


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    • Oakland Motor Car Company

    • Oakland

      The Oakland Motor Car Company of Pontiac, Michigan, was an American automobile manufacturer and division of the General Motors Corporation. Purchased by General Motors in 1909, the company continued to produce modestly priced automobiles until 1931 when it was renamed Pontiac. As originally conceived and introduce ... Read »


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    • Packard

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Coordinates: 42°22′47″N 83°01′44″W / 42.379617°N 83.028928°W / 42.379617; -83.028928 Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, United States, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Be ... Read »


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  • Partin Manufacturing Company (automobile company)

  • The Partin Manufacturing Company was a brass era American automobile manufacturer, headquartered at 29 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois. The Partin Manufacturing Company was a large automobile sales agency in Chicago, that in 1913 joined with the Palmer Motor Car Co. of Henry Palmer in Detroit, to manufact ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Bébé


  • Peugeot Type 125

  • Peugeot Type 125

    The Peugeot Type 125 was a midrange car from Peugeot produced in 1910. In less than a year of production, 150 units were built at their Audincourt factory. The car was billed as sporty; top speed from the 1.1 L engine was 50 kilometres per hour (31 mph). ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 126

  • The Peugeot Type 126 is an early motor car produced in 1910 by the French auto-maker Peugeot at their Audincourt plant. 350 were produced. The vehicle was powered by a four-cylinder four-stroke 2,212 cc engine which was mounted ahead of the driver. A maximum 12 hp of power was delivered to the rear wheels by mea ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 153

  • Peugeot Type 153

    The Peugeot Type 153 was a new model from Peugeot for 1913, made in various forms until 1925. The Type 153 (the colonial version was known as the Type 153 A and used a different chassis) was produced until 1916 and held popularity among French Army officers during the First World War. Its original 2.6 L four-cylind ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 159

  • Peugeot Type 159

    The Peugeot Type 159 was a new model from Peugeot for 1919, part of a more consolidated post-World War I lineup. It had a 1.5 L four-cylinder engine, seated four, and was sold for merely a year before replacement. ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 163

  • Peugeot Type 163

    The Peugeot Type 163 and associated models were produced from 1919 to 1924 by Peugeot. The car's engine placed it in the 10HP class. Peugeot returned to passenger car production after the war slightly less rapidly than Paris based Renault and Citroën, both of which were quick of the mark with new entrants in the 10 ... Read »


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  • Pilot (automobile)

  • There were at least three different cars called Pilot. There was a British car built 1909-1914 in London; a US car built 1909-1924 in Richmond, Indiana; and a German car built 1923-1925 in Werdau. The company who created this car started out as a driving and maintenance school. In 1909, they displayed a car with a ... Read »


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  • Rainier Motor Car Company

  • Rainier Motor Car Company

    Rainier Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturer founded in 1905 by John T. Rainier in Flushing, New York. The company specialized in manufacturing large and luxurious automobiles. In 1909, the company was bought by General Motors who maintained the brand until 1911. Rainiers were big, conventional an ... Read »


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  • Regal (automobile)

  • The Regal was a United States automobile produced by the Regal Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan from 1907 to 1918 . In addition to American sales, the cars were exported to Britain as the Seabrook-RMC. In 1916, the touring car sold for US$650. An unrelated automobile was produced in Paris, France from 1903-1 ... Read »


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  • Rochet-Schneider

  • Rochet-Schneider

    Rochet-Schneider was a French company, based in Lyons, that produced automobiles between 1894 and 1932. The Rochet-Schneider sales slogan was "strength, simplicity and silence". Like other motorcars of the Brass Era, the cars made by Rochet-Schneider were largely intended for wealthy hobbyists and made use of brass fi ... Read »


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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

  • Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

    The Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost name refers both to a car model and one specific car from that series. Originally named the "40/50 h.p." the chassis was first made at Royce's Manchester works, with production moving to Derby in July 1908, and also, between 1921 and 1926, in Springfield, Massachusetts. Chassis no. 60551, ... Read »


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  • Ross (gasoline automobile)

  • The Ross was a "Brass era" gasoline automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan from 1915 to 1918. It had a Herschell-Spillman V-8 engine with body styles including sedans and town cars. The vehicles are now considered antiques. ... Read »


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  • Ross (automobile)

  • The Ross name has been used for two separate automobiles: ... Read »


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  • Ross (steam automobile)

  • The Ross was a brass era steam automobile built in Newtonville, Massachusetts from 1906 to 1909. Company founder Louis S. Ross (1877–1927) gained national fame in the early 1900s racing a Stanley Steamer-powered "Wogglebug" race car at Ormond-Daytona Beach. He was one of the first American drivers to complete ... Read »


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  • Rover 6

  • Rover 6

    The Rover 6 was a small two-seater 6-horsepower car and only the second car model made by the British Rover car company. Announced in January 1905 a 6-horsepower car remained available from Rover until 1912. The engine was a 780 cc side-valve, single-cylinder unit, water-cooled, with a bore of 95 mm and stro ... Read »


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  • Rover 8

  • Rover 8

    The Rover 8 was a small single-cylinder eight-horsepower 1327 cc car made by the British Rover car company. It was Rover's first production car. It was remarkable for having a backbone rather than a chassis. The first model was manufactured from 1904 to 1912, A Daimler-Knight sleeve-valve engine option was available in ... Read »


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  • Ruby (car)

  • Ruby was a French manufacturer of cyclecars. After automobile production ended they remained in business as an engine builder. The company which built the Ruby cars and engines was called H. Godefroy et Lévêque and was located in Levallois-Perret, in northwestern Paris. In 1909 they began building automobile ... Read »


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  • Russell Motor Car Company

  • The Russell Motor Car Company was an automobile manufacturer in Toronto, Canada that produced cars from 1904 to 1916. The company is considered to have produced Canada's first successful automobile. In 1903, weakness in the bicycle market prompted Canada Cycle and Motor Co. (C.C.M.), a bicycle manufacturer, to acquire ... Read »


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  • Saxon (automobile)

  • Saxon Motor Car Company

    The Saxon was an automobile produced by the Saxon Motor Car Company, from 1913 to 1923. The company was based in Detroit and then Ypsilanti, Michigan. Originally, in 1913, Saxon offered a small two seat roadster, that featured either a 2- or 3-speed rear axle gearbox, priced at $395.00. It had headlights, as an extra ... Read »


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  • Scripps-Booth

  • Scripps-Booth

    Scripps-Booth was a United States automobile company based in Detroit, Michigan, which produced motor vehicles from 1913 through 1923. The company was founded by artist and engineer James Scripps Booth (of the Scripps publishing family), who also built the Bi-Autogo. Scripps-Booth company produced vehicles intende ... Read »


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  • Sizaire-Berwick

  • Sizaire Berwick

    Sizaire-Berwick was an Anglo-French automobile manufacturer active between 1913 and 1927. As established, the company manufactured luxury-sized cars at Courbevoie on the north side of Paris. The business was financed in England, however, and it was also in England that most of the cars were united with their bodies an ... Read »


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  • Sizaire-Naudin

  • Sizaire et Naudin

    Sizaire et Naudin was a French automobile manufacturer located on the northern side of central Paris, at 52 rue Victor-Hugo in Courbevoie, between 1903 and 1921. Sizaire-Naudin was founded by two brothers called Maurice (1877–1970) and Georges Sizaire (1880–1924), in partnership with a family friend, Lou ... Read »


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  • Smith Automobile Company

  • The Smith Automobile Company of Topeka, Kansas was an early United States automobile manufacturing company which produced the Veracity, Smith, and Great Smith lines of automobiles from 1902 to 1912. They were the first automobiles made west of the Mississippi River. The company's first automobile was designed by Terry ... Read »


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  • Smith Flyer

  • The Smith Flyer was an American automobile manufactured by the A.O. Smith Company in Milwaukee from 1915 until about 1919 when the manufacturing rights were sold to Briggs & Stratton and it was renamed to Briggs & Stratton Flyer. The Smith Flyer is a small, simple, lightweight, two-seat vehicle with a wooden frame that ... Read »


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  • Spaulding (automobile)

  • Spaulding was a name used for automobiles from two different companies. One company was based in Grinnell, Iowa and the other in Buffalo, New York. The Spaulding Manufacturing Company was a United States automobile manufacturing company founded by Henry W. Spaulding which produced automobiles named Spaulding from ... Read »


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  • Speedwell Motor Car Company

  • Speedwell

    The Speedwell Motor Car Company was an early United States automobile manufacturing company established by Pierce Davies Schenck that produced cars from 1907 to 1914. The company's factory rented space for the Wright Company to build its airplanes from February to November 1910 while the Wright Company built its own fa ... Read »


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  • Staver

  • The Staver was an American automobile manufactured at 76th and Wallace Streets in Chicago, Illinois, by the Staver Carriage Company from 1907 until 1914. It was also known as the Staver Chicago or Staver-Chicago. The company's initial offerings were 18/20 hp high wheelers, but after two years, production was turned ... Read »


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  • Studebaker Big Six

  • The Studebaker Big Six was an automobile produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana between 1918 and 1926, being designated the Model EG (1918–21), the EK (1922–24) and the EP (1925–26). In 1927, it was renamed the President (ES) pending introduction of a smaller and smoother straight- ... Read »


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  • Studebaker Special Six

  • The Studebaker Special Six was a car built by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana from 1918-1927. While in production, the Special Six represented Studebaker's mid-range model. The car was available in a full array of body styles throughout its production. In 1927 the car was renamed the Studebaker ... Read »


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  • Sun (automobile)

  • The Sun automobile was made in Elkhart, Indiana from 1916 to 1917, and in Toledo, Ohio from 1921 to 1922. The Sun Motor Car Company was originally created in Buffalo, New York, but moved to Elkhart before production began. Their slogan was "The Sun Outshines Them All". Roscoe C. Hoffman designed a lightweight six-cyli ... Read »


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  • Tatra 10

  • Tatra 10

    The NW type U is an Edwardian era automobile manufactured by Nesselsdorfer Wagenbau-Fabriks-Gesellschaft A.G. (NW, now known as Tatra). After the success of Type S, models NW T (four-cylinder) and NW U (six-cylinder) were launched. Both types were again OHC design with hemispherical combustion chambers with the cylinde ... Read »


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  • Tatra 20

  • Tatra 20

    Nesselsdorfer Wagenbau-Fabriksgesellschaft (NW) type T was a luxurious car. As the company changed its name the model was renamed to Tatra 20 in 1919. It was successor to very successful model NW type S. It was made at the same time as NW type U until 1925, when both of the models were replaced by Tatra 17. It is curre ... Read »


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  • Templar automobile

  • Templar was a manufacturer of automobiles in Lakewood, Ohio from 1917 to 1924. The company was named for the Knights Templar and used a Maltese Cross as an emblem. Advertising themselves as "The pioneer builder of quality small cars", the first Templar car had a four-cylinder, overhead-valve engine of 3.2 litres capac ... Read »


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  • Thomas Motor Company

  • E. R. Thomas Motor Company was a manufacturer of motorized bicycles, motorized tricycles, motorcycles, and automobiles in Buffalo, New York between 1900 and 1919. In 1896, Edwin Ross Thomas (1850 – 1936) of Buffalo, New York began selling gasoline engine kits for propelling ordinary bicycles. After forming th ... Read »


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  • Twombly (cyclecar)

  • The Twombly was a cyclecar manufactured in the US by Driggs-Seabury between 1913 and 1915. The cars had water-cooled, four-cylinder engines, two seats in tandem, and an underslung body. Few of them are still in existence. The designer was Willard Irving Twombly (1873-1953), inventor and aviator. His largest investor, ... Read »


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  • Union Automobile Company

  • The Union Automobile Company began to make automobiles in Union City, Indiana in 1902. It built the Union automobile from 1902 through 1905. The company was located in Union City, Indiana from 1902 to 1905. In 1905 it moved to Anderson, Indiana. John William Lambert's first automobile marketing success was with th ... Read »


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  • Vauxhall 30-98

  • Vauxhall 30-98

    The Vauxhall 30-98 is a car manufactured by Vauxhall at Luton, Bedfordshire from 1913 to 1927. In its day, its best-known configuration was the Vauxhall Velox (velox, veloc- being Latin for "swift"/"fleet" and the source of English velocity) standard 4-seater with open tourer body. Vauxhall's own description was the 30 ... Read »


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  • Vauxhall A-Type

  • Vauxhall A-Type

    The Vauxhall 20 h.p. chassis code A, was a four-cylinder medium-sized car manufactured by Vauxhall from 1908 to 1914 with one more built in 1920. It was the first production Vauxhall designed by Laurence Pomeroy. It became a highly acclaimed 3 litre of its day and at Brooklands on 26 October 1910 it became the first 20 ... Read »


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  • Vauxhall B-Type

  • Vauxhall B-Type

    The Vauxhall 27, 30 and 35 h.p. (Vauxhall chassis code "B" type) is a large six cylinder car manufactured by Vauxhall from 1910 to 1914. The 27 h.p. was Vauxhall's first six-cylinder car. In 1904 Napier had introduced a six-cylinder-engined car onto the British market, a lead followed a year later by Rolls-Royce. ... Read »


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  • Vauxhall D-Type

  • Vauxhall D-Type

    The Vauxhall 25 h.p. chassis code D type is a car manufactured by Vauxhall from 1912 to 1922. More than 1,500 were supplied to the British Army in World War I for use as staff cars. Each Vauxhall chassis was sold with a three-year guarantee including regular inspections. The 25 hp car appeared for the first time at ... Read »


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  • Vee Gee

  • The Vee Gee was an early British cyclecar made in 1913 only. It got its name from its maker Vernon Gash who was based in Leeds, Yorkshire. The car seems to have been better engineered than most cyclecars with a tubular metal frame. The 8 hp V-twin JAP engine was air-cooled and had a conventional 3-speed transmissio ... Read »


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  • Virginian (automobile)

  • The Virginian was an automobile produced briefly, 1911 and 1912, by the Richmond Iron Works of Richmond, Virginia, USA. ... Read »


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  • Vulcan (automobile company)

  • Vulcan Manufacturing Company was a brass era American automobile manufacturer based in Painesville, Ohio, founded in 1914. Vulcan's first products were the Model 27 speedster and five-passenger tourer. They ran on a 115 in (2,900 mm) wheelbase and had a 27 hp (20 kW) engine (3⅜×5-inch, 86×127 ... Read »


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  • Wanderer Puppchen

  • Wanderer Puppchen

    The Wanderer Püppchen was a small car introduced by the Chemnitz based Winklhofer & Jaenicke company in 1911. It went on sale the following year. The car was delivered as an open topped tourer with two seats positioned one behind the other. There were two doors, also one behind the other, and both on the left-hand s ... Read »


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  • Westcott (automobile)

  • The Westcott was an automobile produced in Richmond, Indiana and Springfield, Ohio in the United States between 1909 and 1925 by the Westcott Motor Car Company. The car company was named for its founder, John Westcott. The company originated from John Westcott's Westcott Carriage Company which was founded in Richm ... Read »


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  • Winton Motor Carriage Company

  • Winton Motor Carriage Company

    Coordinates: 41°28′33″N 81°45′41″W / 41.4759001°N 81.7612868°W / 41.4759001; -81.7612868 The Winton Motor Carriage Company was a pioneer United States automobile manufacturer based in Cleveland, Ohio. Winton was one of the first American companies to sell a motor car. ... Read »


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