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La marque de véhicules automobile Américaine Atlas-Knight fut fondée en 1912 et arrête son exploitation de voitures en 1913.

La marque de véhicules automobile Américaine Atlas-Knight fut fondée en 1912 et arrête son exploitation de voitures en 1913.

1910 Wilcox Touring Car-Wilcox  The H. E. Wilcox Motor Car Co.  Minneapolis, MN  1909-1911 The H. E. Wilcox Motor Car Co. manufactured the Wolfe in Minneapolis, MN from 1907 to 1909 and then the Wilcox from 1909 to 1911.All models were equipped with four cylinder engines that developed 32 horsepower. A three speed selective type transmission was used a shaft drive

American Automobiles - The Wilcox Automobile and The H. Wilcox Motor Car Co. of Minneapolis, MN

After selling several models of automobiles in their stores since the turn of the century, the Koehler Sporting Goods Company in New York City decided in 1910 to build a better model car than what they were selling. They started building both cars and trucks under the name of Koehler. The Koehler automobile was a 40-horsepower, four-cylinder touring model on a 112-inch wheelbase. In 1913, the company dropped the automobile in favor of producing only trucks. They were made until 1923.

Early American Automobiles History of Early American Automobile Industry

1910 Clark Model A Touring Car-Indiana made a medium priced Automobile produced from 1910 to 1912. The design of the Clark automobile was typical for the early 1900s. In 1912 the Clark Motor Car Co. was sold to Maurice Wolfe and the Clark was renamed the Meteor. The Clark 30 Model A was a four passenger open Touring Car priced at $1250.00. The body was made of aluminum and had a fine leather interior. The body was mounted on a 114 inch chassis with 34 inch x 3 1/2 inch wheels and tires.

American Automobiles - The Clark Automobile and The Clark Motor Car Co. of Shelbyville, Indiana

1912 Lambert

1912 Lambert

1912 Havers

1912 Havers

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