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Below is a list of defunct United States automobile manufacturers from the 1800s to the present.

Contents: Top - 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Abbotdetroit1911

1911 Abbott-Detroit

1906-adams-farwell

1906 Adams-Farwell

Taylor-Aerocar-III

Taylor Aerocar III on museum display

1912-alco

1912 ALCO

1952-allstate

1952 Allstate

Alter-advertisement

Alter Model 4-22

1939-american-bantam

1939 American Bantam

1974 Gremlin

1974 AMC Gremlin

1913-american-underslung

1913 American Underslung

Auburn 8-100A Custom 4-Dorrars Sedan 1932

1932 Auburn 8-100A Custom 4-Door Sedan

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1909BabcockTallaA

1909 Babcock

Coupe546564

Brewster Convertible Coupe

Briscoe Model B 4 24 Touring 1919

1919 Briscoe Model B 4/24 Touring

LibertyBrushRunaboutEquipped

1912 Brush Runabout

CEdit

Chandler Light Weights Model 19 Touring 1919

1919 Chandler Light Weight Model 19 Touring

Checker Taxi 1

Checker Taxi

Citicar

Citicar

Columbia Mark III Phaeton

The Columbia Mark III Phaeton

1930 Cord L-29

1930 Cord L-29

DEdit

De Soto Custom De Luxe Sedan 1939

1939 De Soto Series S-6 Custom De Luxe 4-Door Sedan

1930 Duesenberg J

1930 Duesenberg J Walker Legrande Torpedo Phaeton

DuPont Motorcar 01

Du Pont Motors automobile

Duryeaauto

Duryea automobile

EEdit

Eagle Talon TSi 2G

1995 Eagle Talon

Eldredge Runabout 1904

1904 Eldredge Runabout

EMF Model 30 Roadster 1912

1912 E.M.F. Model 30 Roadster

FEdit

Carsten-planert14

Fiberfab FT Bonito

Flint B-40 Touring 1925 2

1925 Flint B-40 Touring

GEdit

90-92 Geo Prizm

Geo Prizm

Graham Blue Streak 4-Door Sedan 1932

1932 Graham Blue Streak 4-Door Sedan

HEdit

1916 haynes

1916 Haynes

1937 Hudson Custom Eight

1937 Hudson Custom Eight

Hupmobile M Opera Coupe

1929 Hupmobile Series M De Luxe Century Opera Coupe

IEdit

1911 International Wagon

1911 International Harvester

Yellowscout

1978 International Harvester Scout II

JEdit

JordenSedan1928 2

A 1928 Jordan Sedan

KEdit

Kaiser Darrin front

1954 Kaiser Darrin

KeystoneCar

The 1914 Keystone

LEdit

LaFayette Four Door Coupe 1921

1921 LaFayette Four-Door Coupe

La Salle Series 38-5027 Coupe 1938

1938 La Salle Series Coupe

Lexington Model R-19 Minute Man Six Touring 1919

1919 Lexington Model R-19 Minute Man Six Touring 1919

MEdit

Marmon Series 8-69 4-Door Sedan 1929

1929 Marmon Series 8-69 4-Door Sedan

McFarlan Wreck Indianapolis 1912

Driver Mel Marquette's wrecked McFarlan racing car at the 1912 Indianapolis 500

Mercer 22 72 Touring 1916

1916 Mercer 22/72 Touring

Moon Roadster Typ 6-40

Moon Roadster 6-40

NEdit

Nash 4-Door Sedan 2

1946 Nash 4-Door Sedan

OEdit

1957-oldsmobile-archives

1957 Oldsmobile Super 88

Overland Roadster 1910

1910 Overland Model 38 Roadster

PEdit

Packard 250 Convertible 1951

1951 Packard 250 convertible

1966 Plymouth Barracuda

1966 Plymouth Barracuda

1910 Waverley Coupe

1910 Pope-Waverley coupe

QEdit

REdit

1906reorunabout

1906 REO Runabout

Roosevelt 4-Door Sedan 1929

1929 Roosevelt 4-Door Sedan

Royal Tourist

A Royal Tourist of the US Army.

SEdit

SmithFlyer

The Smith Flyer

Cars-stanleysteamcar-amoswolfe

1923 Stanley Steam Car

Scarab OHTM

1935 Stout Scarab at Owls Head Transportation Museum (Owls Head, Maine)

Studebaker Touring 1916

1916 Studebaker Touring

Stutz Vertical Eight AA Limousine 1927

1927 Stutz Vertical Eight AA Limousine

TEdit

Hudson Terraplane 4-D Sedan 1938

1938 Terraplane sedan.

Trucker Car

A 1948 Tucker Sedan at the Blackhawk Auto Museum.

UEdit

VEdit

Velie Modell 34 Touring 1920

1920 Velie Model 34 Touring

WEdit

1905WhiteAuto

1905 White

Willys-Knight1920

1920 Willys-Knight advertisement

WintonTouringCar1908

1908 Winton touring car

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NotesEdit

  1. Abbotts were built in Cleveland. Clymer, Floyd. Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925 (New York: Bonanza Books, 1950), p.190.
  2. This car was built in Chicago and was totally unrelated to the Kauffman. Clymer, p.205; Kimes, p.19.
  3. Clymer, p.205; Kimes, p.18.
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 4.24 4.25 4.26 4.27 4.28 4.29 4.30 4.31 4.32 4.33 4.34 4.35 4.36 4.37 4.38 4.39 4.40 4.41 4.42 4.43 4.44 4.45 4.46 4.47 4.48 4.49 4.50 4.51 4.52 4.53 4.54 4.55 4.56 4.57 4.58 4.59 4.60 4.61 4.62 4.63 4.64 4.65 4.66 4.67 4.68 4.69 4.70 4.71 4.72 4.73 4.74 4.75 4.76 4.77 4.78 4.79 4.80 4.81 4.82 4.83 4.84 4.85 4.86 4.87 4.88 4.89 4.90 4.91 4.92 4.93 4.94 Clymer, p.205.
  5. Flory, J. "Kelly", Jr. American Cars 1946-1959 (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Coy, 2008), p.1016.
  6. Built in New York City. Clymer, p.178.
  7. Built in Cleveland.Clymer, pp.190 & 205.
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 Clymer, p.170.
  9. Clymer, p.31.
  10. Clymer, p.205; Kimes, p.19.
  11. Built in St. Louis by the beer company. Clymer, p.170-1.
  12. 12.00 12.01 12.02 12.03 12.04 12.05 12.06 12.07 12.08 12.09 12.10 Flory, p.1016.
  13. Clymer, p.23 & 205.
  14. Front-wheel drive, built in New York City; allegedly the first FWD car. Clymer, pp.178 & 205.
  15. King-Remick
  16. Distinct from Babcock Electric. Clymer, p.205.
  17. Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, pp.153 & 205.
  18. Builder of cars and trucks in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 205.
  19. Distinct from American Bantam and the bird. Clymer, p.170.
  20. Sold an electric tricycle before 1916. Clymer, pp.38 & 205.
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 Flory, p.1016.
  22. Built in York, Pennsylvania. Clymer, p.193.
  23. Distinct from the other three. Clymer, p.205.
  24. Clymer, p.205.
  25. Built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 205.
  26. Built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190.
  27. 27.00 27.01 27.02 27.03 27.04 27.05 27.06 27.07 27.08 27.09 27.10 27.11 27.12 27.13 27.14 27.15 27.16 27.17 27.18 27.19 27.20 27.21 27.22 27.23 27.24 27.25 27.26 27.27 27.28 27.29 27.30 27.31 27.32 27.33 27.34 27.35 27.36 27.37 27.38 27.39 27.40 27.41 27.42 27.43 27.44 27.45 27.46 27.47 27.48 27.49 27.50 27.51 27.52 27.53 27.54 27.55 27.56 27.57 27.58 Clymer, p.23.
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.4 Clymer, p.170-1.
  29. A six-wheeler "motorcycle", built by Detroit artist & engineer James Scripps-Booth. Clymer, p.115.
  30. Clymer, pp. 5, 61, & 205.
  31. Distinct from the British brand. Flory, p.1016.
  32. Smith Flyer
  33. Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 205.
  34. 34.000 34.001 34.002 34.003 34.004 34.005 34.006 34.007 34.008 34.009 34.010 34.011 34.012 34.013 34.014 34.015 34.016 34.017 34.018 34.019 34.020 34.021 34.022 34.023 34.024 34.025 34.026 34.027 34.028 34.029 34.030 34.031 34.032 34.033 34.034 34.035 34.036 34.037 34.038 34.039 34.040 34.041 34.042 34.043 34.044 34.045 34.046 34.047 34.048 34.049 34.050 34.051 34.052 34.053 34.054 34.055 34.056 34.057 34.058 34.059 34.060 34.061 34.062 34.063 34.064 34.065 34.066 34.067 34.068 34.069 34.070 34.071 34.072 34.073 34.074 34.075 34.076 34.077 34.078 34.079 34.080 34.081 34.082 34.083 34.084 34.085 34.086 34.087 34.088 34.089 34.090 34.091 34.092 34.093 34.094 34.095 34.096 34.097 34.098 34.099 34.100 34.101 34.102 34.103 34.104 34.105 34.106 34.107 34.108 34.109 34.110 34.111 34.112 34.113 34.114 34.115 34.116 34.117 Clymer, p.206.
  35. Automobiles built in Anderson, Indiana. Clymer, pp.5 & 190.
  36. Built in Chicago. Clymer, p.178.
  37. Made in St. Louis, Missouri Clymer, p.206.
  38. Clymer, pp.16, 170, & 206.
  39. 39.0 39.1 One of three companies by this name. Clymer, pp.23 & 206.
  40. Distinct from Carhartt. Clymer, p.206.
  41. Distinct from Carrol. Clymer,p.206.
  42. Distinct from Cartercar. Clymer, p.206.
  43. Built in Racine, Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.
  44. Distinct from the Chevy. Clymer, p.206.
  45. Offered vehicles with electric, steam, or gasoline engines.
  46. Clymer, pp.22 & 178.
  47. Distinct from the three gasoline companies, and from Chicago. Clymer, p.206.
  48. Distinct from the three gasoline companies, and from Chicago Electric. Clymer, p.206.
  49. Founded by J. Walter Christie. Clymer, p.206.
  50. One of two companies by this name, distinct from Church-Field. Clymer, p.206.
  51. Or Clarksmobile. Clymer, pp.25 & 206.
  52. 52.00 52.01 52.02 52.03 52.04 52.05 52.06 52.07 52.08 52.09 52.10 52.11 52.12 52.13 52.14 52.15 52.16 Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  53. One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.23.
  54. Built in Little Rock, Arkansas. Clymer, p.178.
  55. Built in St. Louis, Missouri. Clymer, p.178.
  56. Built in Denver, copied from the contemporary Renault. Clymer, p.87.
  57. Founded by J. J. Cole, built in Indianapolis. Clymer, p.104.
  58. Built in Yonkers, New York. Clymer, p.63.
  59. 59.0 59.1 One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.206.
  60. Distinct from Columbia Electric. Clymer, p.206.
  61. Built at 564 Dublin Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Clymer, p.145.
  62. Distinct from the Mercury. Clymer, p.206.
  63. Built in Plymouth, Ohio, friction transmission, dual chain drive, 1000-6000 lb payload or 9-20 seats. Clymer, p.67.
  64. Formerly Vaughn; builder of the Gas-au-lec, based in Peabody, Massachusetts. Clymer, p.158.
  65. Distinct from the Nash. Clymer, p.206.
  66. Distinct from Crane & Breed. Clymer, p.206.
  67. Clymer, pp.170 & 206.
  68. Built in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Clymer, pp.190 & 206.
  69. Distinct from the Clan Crusader. Clymer, p.5.
  70. Distinct from Cunningham. Clymer, p.206.
  71. Distinct from the racers. Clymer, p.206.
  72. One of two companies by this name. Clymer, pp.158 & 206.
  73. Named for the horse, built in Minneapolis. Clymer, p.178.
  74. Built in St. Louis, Missouri. Clymer, p.93.
  75. 75.0 75.1 Clymer, pp.5 & 206.
  76. Clymer, p.170
  77. Distinct from the tractor. Clymer, p.206.
  78. Built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 206.
  79. Built in Auburn, Indiana. Distinct from DeSoto. Clymer, p.178.
  80. Distinct from DeSoto. Clymer, p.178.
  81. Offered an electric phaeton before 1916. Clymer, pp.38 & 205.
  82. Distinct from Diamond T. Clymer, p.206.
  83. Clymer, p.206. Tourist was a model.
  84. 84.0 84.1 84.2 84.3 84.4 84.5 Clymer, p.5.
  85. Clymer, p.206. By Alberto Santos-Dumont
  86. Clymer, p.206. Founder was later the author of Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia.
  87. Conceived by Buckminster Fuller.
  88. Built in Wisconsin, distinct from the Michigan company. Clymer, p.153.
  89. Steam and electric cars, built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  90. Clymer, p.206. No connection to Eaton's.
  91. Distinct from either of the two Economys. Clymer, p.206.
  92. Clymer, p.38.
  93. Clymer, p.206. No connection to Electric Launch Company.
  94. Clymer, p.207. Distinct from Elite. Misspelling of Elmore??
  95. Clymer, pp.23 & 207. Distinct from Elite.
  96. 96.000 96.001 96.002 96.003 96.004 96.005 96.006 96.007 96.008 96.009 96.010 96.011 96.012 96.013 96.014 96.015 96.016 96.017 96.018 96.019 96.020 96.021 96.022 96.023 96.024 96.025 96.026 96.027 96.028 96.029 96.030 96.031 96.032 96.033 96.034 96.035 96.036 96.037 96.038 96.039 96.040 96.041 96.042 96.043 96.044 96.045 96.046 96.047 96.048 96.049 96.050 96.051 96.052 96.053 96.054 96.055 96.056 96.057 96.058 96.059 96.060 96.061 96.062 96.063 96.064 96.065 96.066 96.067 96.068 96.069 96.070 96.071 96.072 96.073 96.074 96.075 96.076 96.077 96.078 96.079 96.080 96.081 96.082 96.083 96.084 96.085 96.086 96.087 96.088 96.089 96.090 96.091 96.092 96.093 96.094 96.095 96.096 96.097 96.098 96.099 96.100 96.101 96.102 96.103 96.104 96.105 96.106 96.107 96.108 96.109 96.110 96.111 96.112 96.113 96.114 96.115 96.116 96.117 96.118 96.119 Clymer, p.207.
  97. 97.0 97.1 Clymer, p.8.
  98. 98.0 98.1 98.2 98.3 98.4 Horseless Age 1895.
  99. Clymer, p.170-1 & 207.
  100. Built in Cincinnati, Ohio. Clymer, p.104.
  101. Later Halladay or Streator, eventually Barley. Clymer, p.207.
  102. Car and truck maker, based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  103. Built in Chicago. Clymer, p.104.
  104. Clymer, p.207. Not to be confused with the Fords.
  105. Built in Newark, Ohio by Halladay
  106. Built in Lewistown, Pennsylvania by Moller
  107. Distinct from Federal steam automobile company. Clymer, p.207.
  108. Clymer, p.207. Not to be confused with the header maker.
  109. Built in Cheboygan, Michigan, it weighed 900 pd and cost US$450. Clymer, p.166.
  110. Distinct from the other one. Clymer, p.207.
  111. An electric car. Clymer, p.40.
  112. 112.0 112.1 One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.207.
  113. Built in Massillon, Ohio; called their car the Jewel. Clymer, p.63.
  114. Clymer, p.16.
  115. Built in Clintonville, Wisconsin, with four-wheel drive. Clymer, p.153.
  116. 116.0 116.1 Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  117. Clymer, p.51.
  118. Distinct from the steamer. Clymer, p.207.
  119. Made by the multinational as experimental models.
  120. Clymer, p.207. Distinct from the multinational
  121. Gasoline and steam. Clymer, pp.23 & 190.
  122. Flory, p.1016, credits them only for 1950.
  123. Supposedly from Atlanta, Georgia. Clymer, p.207.
  124. Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland 1916-1922. Clymer, p.190.
  125. 125.0 125.1 Clymer, p.178.
  126. Clymer, pp.14 & 22.
  127. One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.207.
  128. Truck maker, based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  129. 129.00 129.01 129.02 129.03 129.04 129.05 129.06 129.07 129.08 129.09 129.10 129.11 129.12 129.13 129.14 129.15 129.16 129.17 129.18 129.19 129.20 Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  130. Clymer, pp.170 & 190.
  131. No relation to the school. Clymer, p.170.
  132. Clymer, p.207
  133. Kimes, p.652 & 761.
  134. Distinct from Hatfield Motor Vehicle Company and Hatfield Company (truck manufacturer). Kimes, p.682.
  135. An aircooled, built in Wisconsin, sold for US$2000. Clymer, p.23.
  136. Clymer, p.112.
  137. Clymer, p.207. Distinct from Hewitt-Lindstrom.
  138. Steam and gasoline, based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.23 & 190.
  139. Clymer, p.207. Distinct from the Australian company.
  140. Clymer, p.207. Distinct from Holley.
  141. Clymer, pp.170-1 & 207.
  142. 142.0 142.1 Clymer, pp.23 & 207.
  143. 143.0 143.1 Clymer, pp.5 & 23.
  144. Based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.23, 190, & 207.
  145. Clymer, pp.170 & 207.
  146. In Boston. Kimes, pp.769 & 1407.
  147. 147.0 147.1 In New York City. Kimes, p.769.
  148. Clymer, p.207; Kimes, p.769.
  149. In Toledo, Ohio. Clymer, p.23; Kimes, p.769.
  150. In Buffalo, New York. Kimes, p.769.
  151. 151.0 151.1 Clymer, pp.18 & 23.
  152. Distinct from Johnson (steam automobile company). Clymer, p.207.
  153. Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, pp.23 & 153.
  154. 154.000 154.001 154.002 154.003 154.004 154.005 154.006 154.007 154.008 154.009 154.010 154.011 154.012 154.013 154.014 154.015 154.016 154.017 154.018 154.019 154.020 154.021 154.022 154.023 154.024 154.025 154.026 154.027 154.028 154.029 154.030 154.031 154.032 154.033 154.034 154.035 154.036 154.037 154.038 154.039 154.040 154.041 154.042 154.043 154.044 154.045 154.046 154.047 154.048 154.049 154.050 154.051 154.052 154.053 154.054 154.055 154.056 154.057 154.058 154.059 154.060 154.061 154.062 154.063 154.064 154.065 154.066 154.067 154.068 154.069 154.070 154.071 154.072 154.073 154.074 154.075 154.076 154.077 154.078 154.079 154.080 154.081 154.082 154.083 154.084 154.085 154.086 154.087 154.088 154.089 154.090 154.091 154.092 154.093 154.094 154.095 154.096 154.097 154.098 154.099 154.100 154.101 154.102 154.103 154.104 154.105 154.106 154.107 154.108 154.109 154.110 154.111 154.112 154.113 154.114 154.115 154.116 154.117 154.118 154.119 154.120 154.121 154.122 154.123 154.124 154.125 154.126 154.127 154.128 154.129 154.130 154.131 154.132 154.133 154.134 154.135 154.136 Clymer, p.208.
  155. Clymer, p.208. Not to be confused with this one.
  156. Also sold commercial vans of 1, 2, 3, & 6 tons. Clymer, p.53.
  157. Clymer, p.131.
  158. One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.208.
  159. Flory, pp.1011-12.
  160. Kimes, p.774.
  161. Based in Toledo, Ohio. Clymer, p.158.
  162. 162.0 162.1 162.2 Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.
  163. Clymer, p.208. Electrette was a model.
  164. Clymer, p.208. Distinct from LaSalle.
  165. Distinct from Lewis Motocycle. Clymer, p.208.
  166. A four-wheeler, despite the name. Clymer, p.8.
  167. Before 1912, the cars were called Sears. Clymer, p.90.
  168. began with steam autos
  169. 169.0 169.1 169.2 169.3 169.4 169.5 169.6 169.7 169.8 169.9 Clymer, p.22.
  170. Standard Catalogue of American Cars, p.890
  171. 171.0 171.1 Based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 208.
  172. Clymer, p.23. Distinct from Mason (automobile company).
  173. Clymer, p.208. Distinct from Mason (steam automobile company).
  174. Truck maker, Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  175. Built in Waterloo, Iowa. Clymer, p.93.
  176. Clymer, p.84.
  177. Distinct from the Ford division. Clymer, p.23.
  178. Built in Wisconsin by Joe Merkel, who later built the Merkel Motorcycle. Clymer, p.153.
  179. Distinct from the gas car and the Ford division. Clymer, p.23.
  180. Distinct from the steamer and the Ford division. Clymer, p.23.
  181. Clymer, p.208. Distinct from the Nash
  182. Built in Waltham, Massachusetts. Clymer, p.145.
  183. Built in Moline, Illinois. Clymer, p.93.
  184. Built in Racine, Wisconsin. Clymer, pp.36 & 153.
  185. Clymer, p.57.
  186. Clymer, p.208. One of two companies by this name, distinct from Moline-Knight.
  187. Clymer, p.190.
  188. Clymer, p.208. Not to be confused with Moggie.
  189. Clymer, pp.22 & 208.
  190. Lewis, Mary Beth. "Ten Best First Facts", in Car and Driver, 1/88, p.92.
  191. Flory, p.1016, dates it to 1950.
  192. Built in Traverse City, Michigan. Clymer, pp.170 & 178.
  193. These are the earliest models of National, and are by the same company. Clymer, p.208.
  194. Not to be confused with the producers of the Ruxton.
  195. Clymer, pp.170-1 & 208.
  196. Often misspelled as Neilson (Clymer, p.208)
  197. Clymer, p.208.Not to be confused with the motorcycle.
  198. 198.000 198.001 198.002 198.003 198.004 198.005 198.006 198.007 198.008 198.009 198.010 198.011 198.012 198.013 198.014 198.015 198.016 198.017 198.018 198.019 198.020 198.021 198.022 198.023 198.024 198.025 198.026 198.027 198.028 198.029 198.030 198.031 198.032 198.033 198.034 198.035 198.036 198.037 198.038 198.039 198.040 198.041 198.042 198.043 198.044 198.045 198.046 198.047 198.048 198.049 198.050 198.051 198.052 198.053 198.054 198.055 198.056 198.057 198.058 198.059 198.060 198.061 198.062 198.063 198.064 198.065 198.066 198.067 198.068 198.069 198.070 198.071 198.072 198.073 198.074 198.075 198.076 198.077 198.078 198.079 198.080 198.081 198.082 198.083 198.084 198.085 198.086 198.087 198.088 198.089 198.090 198.091 198.092 198.093 198.094 198.095 198.096 198.097 198.098 198.099 198.100 198.101 198.102 198.103 198.104 198.105 198.106 198.107 198.108 198.109 198.110 198.111 198.112 198.113 198.114 198.115 198.116 198.117 198.118 198.119 198.120 198.121 198.122 198.123 198.124 198.125 198.126 198.127 198.128 198.129 198.130 198.131 198.132 198.133 198.134 198.135 198.136 198.137 198.138 198.139 Clymer, p.209.
  199. Built in Milwaukee. Clymer, p.153.
  200. Catalog of American Cars 1805-1945 (1985), p.1013
  201. Clymer, pp.170 & 209.
  202. They wore Barney Oldfield's name. Clymer, p.178.
  203. Based in Cleveland. Same as Ottoker? Clymer, pp.190 & 209.
  204. Clymer, pp.22 & 23.
  205. Based in Cleveland. Distinct from Owen Magnetic. Clymer, pp.190 & 209.
  206. Clymer, p.170. Distinct from Panther Westwinds.
  207. Built in Indianapolis, Indiana. Clymer, p.102.
  208. Built in Chicago. Clymer, p.151.
  209. 209.0 209.1 Standard Catalogue of American Cars, p.1125
  210. Clymer, p.42.
  211. Standard Catalogue of American Cars, p.1126
  212. Standard Catalogue of American Cars, p.1126
  213. Standard Catalogue of American Cars, p.1126
  214. Clymer, pp.6 & 153.
  215. Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.5, 178, & 190.
  216. Friction-drive, built in Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.
  217. Based in Cleveland.Clymer, pp.190 & 209.
  218. Clymer, p.209. Distinct from the GM division.
  219. Clymer, pp.5 & 209.
  220. Clymer, pp.13 & 23.
  221. Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Porter Motor Company.
  222. Flory, p.1016. Distinct from Powell Manufacturing Company?
  223. Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Randall (automobile company).
  224. Distinct from the pickup. Clymer, p.209.
  225. Cars & trucks, based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.
  226. Clymer, p.149.
  227. Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Reading Steamer.
  228. Clymer, p.209. Said to be the cheapest car ever built.
  229. Producer of four-axle Octoauto and twin rear axle Sextoauto in Columbus, Indiana. Clymer, p.122-4.
  230. 230.0 230.1 Clymer, pp.23 & 209.
  231. 1895 car produced by Remington Arms Company. Clymer, p.209.
  232. Based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 209.
  233. Clymer, pp.22 & 209.
  234. Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Rogers (steam automobile company) and Rogers (automobile company).
  235. Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Rogers Steamobile (automobile company). One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.209.
  236. Rolls Royce
  237. ref name="clymer209"
  238. From Kansas City, Missouri, supposedly front-wheel drive. Clymer, p.209.
  239. Royal Princess was the gasoline-powered car.
  240. A tricycle. Clymer, p.8.
  241. Clymer, p.209. Same as Dumont (automobile company) By Alberto Santos-Dumont?
  242. Clymer, p.209. By Henry Segrave?
  243. Keystone
  244. Clymer, p.25.
  245. Clymer, pp.90 & 209.
  246. Clymer, p.209. Distinct from the Chrysler.
  247. Built in Buffalo, New York. Clymer, p.5.
  248. Built by William H. Sharp , who called it the Arrow. Clymer, p.88.
  249. 249.000 249.001 249.002 249.003 249.004 249.005 249.006 249.007 249.008 249.009 249.010 249.011 249.012 249.013 249.014 249.015 249.016 249.017 249.018 249.019 249.020 249.021 249.022 249.023 249.024 249.025 249.026 249.027 249.028 249.029 249.030 249.031 249.032 249.033 249.034 249.035 249.036 249.037 249.038 249.039 249.040 249.041 249.042 249.043 249.044 249.045 249.046 249.047 249.048 249.049 249.050 249.051 249.052 249.053 249.054 249.055 249.056 249.057 249.058 249.059 249.060 249.061 249.062 249.063 249.064 249.065 249.066 249.067 249.068 249.069 249.070 249.071 249.072 249.073 249.074 249.075 249.076 249.077 249.078 249.079 249.080 249.081 249.082 249.083 249.084 249.085 249.086 249.087 249.088 249.089 249.090 249.091 249.092 249.093 249.094 249.095 249.096 249.097 249.098 249.099 249.100 249.101 249.102 249.103 249.104 249.105 249.106 249.107 249.108 249.109 249.110 249.111 249.112 249.113 249.114 249.115 249.116 Clymer, p.210.
  250. Distinct from Spencer (steam automobile company). Clymer, p.210.
  251. Distinct from Spencer (automobile company). Clymer, pp.23 & 210.
  252. One of two companies with this name. Clymer, p.210.
  253. 253.0 253.1 Distinct from Stanley Motor Carriage Company. Clymer, p.210.
  254. Clymer, p.210. Distinct from Stearns (automobile).
  255. One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.210.
  256. One of three companies by this name. Clymer, pp.23 & 210.
  257. Clymer, p.8. Not to be confused with the Jag.
  258. Originally Erie.
  259. Flory, p.1016. Fitting Cadillac V8s into Studebakers was common in the '50s, under the nickname Studillac, as well as into Fords as Fordillacs; it appears Flory has mistaken it.
  260. Clymer, pp.38 & 210.
  261. Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with the Dodge, Plymouth, Studebaker, Nash Motors, Chevrolet, or GMC.
  262. Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with Summit Racing Equipment.
  263. Clymer,p.52.
  264. Clymer, p.190, locates them in Cleveland.
  265. 265.0 265.1 265.2 Clymer, pp.170 & 210.
  266. Clymer, p.22; Kimes, pp.769 & 1472
  267. Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with the sportscar or the motorcycle.
  268. Flory, p.1014. May only have produced racing cars.
  269. Later Corwin Manufacturing Company. Clymer, p.158.
  270. Distinct from Victor (steam automobile company). Clymer, p.210.
  271. Clymer, pp.23. Distinct from Victor (automobile company).
  272. Built in Painesvile, Ohio. Clymer, p.135.
  273. Detroit-based builder of "generic" cars without badges so dealers could badge them as desired. Clymer, p.146.
  274. Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with the pistol.
  275. Clymer, p.210. Distinct from Ward (electric automobile company)
  276. Clymer, p.210. Distinct from Ward (automobile company)
  277. Built by Reo.
  278. Flory, p.1016. Distinct from Woodill Motors?
  279. Supposedly from Toledo, Ohio. Clymer, p.210.

SourcesEdit

  • Automobile Quarterly (eds.). The American Car Since 1775. Kutztown, PA: Automobile Quarterly, Inc., 1971. ISBN 0-525-05300-X
  • Clymer, Floyd. Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925. New York: Bonanza Books, 1950.
  • Georgano, Nick (Ed.). The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000. ISBN 1-57958-293-1
  • Kimes, Beverly R. (Herausgeberin), and Clark, Henry A. The Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805-1945. Krause Publications, 1985. ISBN 0-87341-045-9
  • Kimes, Beverly Rae, and Clark, Henry Austin, Jr. The Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805-1942 (3rd edition). Iola, WI: Krause, 1996. ISBN 0-87341-428-4

See alsoEdit


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