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Winton radiator emblem
Winton radiator emblem
Alexander Winton switched from bicycle to auto manufacturing in 1897. The first Winton 6 was produced in 1909, becoming a standard model in 1911. In 1924 Winton ceased to make automobiles, but continued to make marine diesel engines as a division of General Motors.
Region: East North Central
      
State: OH
      
Era: 1870-1900, 1890-1930
Windsor radiator emblem
Windsor radiator emblem
The automobile marketed as the White Prince of Windsor originally used the coat of arms of the Prince of Wales to evoke a sense of royalty, but after objections from Buckingham Palace, the logo was modified.
Region: West North Central
      
State: MO
      
Era: 1890-1930, 1929-1945
Willys radiator emblem
Willys radiator emblem
The Willys family tree is very complicated, showing the many merges and separations among automobile companies. In 1907 John North Willys, an automobile dealer, became a partner to help Standard Wheel Company out of financial difficulties. A Willys 6 was produced in 1909, but it was...
Region: East North Central
      
State: OH
      
Era: 1890-1930, 1929-1945, 1945-1975
Vulcan Manufacturing Company radiator emblem
Vulcan Manufacturing Company radiator emblem
The Vulcan was a cleanly designed light car that sold for $750. The company emerged during a period of rapid expansion in the automotive industry and was unable to stay competitive.
Region: East North Central
      
State: OH
      
Era: 1890-1930
Velie radiator emblem
Velie radiator emblem
Velie was a well known carriage builder prior to manufacturing automobiles. The Velie Corporation had the backing of the John Deere Plow Company, and their first cars were distributed through the Deere dealer network.
Region: East North Central
      
State: IL
      
Era: 1890-1930
The Enger Motor Car Company radiator emblem
The Enger Motor Car Company radiator emblem
The first Enger was a 2-cylinder vehicle, but it quickly evolved to the Twin Six, which was one of the earliest 12-cylinder models in America. The 1917 model had the ability to convert from 12 to 6 cylinders by means of a lever on the steering column. This feature was advertised as a method for...
Region: East North Central
      
State: OH
      
Era: 1890-1930
The Buffalo Electric radiator emblem
The Buffalo Electric radiator emblem
The Buffalo Electric Carriage Company produced a wide range of electric vehicles. The 1903 Buffalo Electric touring car had a range of 75 miles per charge. The batteries were stored under the front hood and body of the car.
Region: Middle Atlantic
      
State: NY
      
Era: 1890-1930
Texan radiator emblem
Texan radiator emblem
The Texan was a car assembled from various standard parts. It had outsized tires, theoretically suitable for driving in the Texas oilfields.
Era: 1890-1930
Templar radiator emblem
Templar radiator emblem
While most cars catering to the upper class emphasized a larger size, the Templar was one attempt to build a high grade smaller car. Standard equipment included a compass and Kodak camera.
Region: East North Central
      
State: OH
      
Era: 1890-1930
Stevens Duryea radiator emblem
Stevens Duryea radiator emblem
Brothers Frank and Charles Duryea are frequently credited as manufacturing America's first gasoline powered commercial car, which was successfully tested in public on September 20, 1893, in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1901, Frank Duryea joined with the Stevens company, a well-known armaments...
Region: New England
      
State: MA
      
Era: 1890-1930
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