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A.B.C.
A.B.C. 1909
A.B.C. Model F delivery 1909
Model Details
Manufacturer A.B.C. Motor Vehicle Mfg. Co.
Introduced date 1908
Discontinued date 1910
Production locations St. Louis, Missouri
Capacity tons/GVW/GCW 1/2-ton
Engine
Make A.B.C.
Fuel gasoline
Cooling air (water optional)
Cylinders 2
Displacement ci / L 113 ci
Power HP @ rpm 16-18
Transmission
Gearbox type friction
Gears (forward speeds) infinite
Axles & drive
Axles No. (No. driven) 2(1)
Drive method chain drive
Tires standard/optional solid-rubber, 36"x1.5"
Other
Shipping weight 1275 lb
List price $650 (1909)
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The A.B.C. took its name from the initials of Amedee B. Cole, founder of the A.B.C. Motor Vehicle Mfg. Co. The company was founded in ? year in ? (city) in America.

Model rangeEdit

A.B.C. made highwheeler cars and ½-ton vans from 1908-1910. The vans had 113ci 2-cylinder engines, rated at 16-18 hp. They were available with a choice of air or water-cooling.

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