List of defunct United States automobile manufacturers


List of defunct United States automobile manufacturers

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

A


*ABC (1906-1910)
*ABC (1922)
*Abbott-Detroit (1909-1916; Abbott 1917-1918) [Abbotts were built in Cleveland. Clymer, Floyd. "Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925" (New York: Bonanza Books, 1950), p.190.]
*Able (1917-1919)
*Ace (1920-1922)
*Acme (1903-1911)
*Adams-Farwell (1899-1912)
*Adelphia (1920)
*Adria (1921-1922)
*Advance (1908) [This car was built in Chicago and was totally unrelated to the Kauffman. Clymer, p.205; Kimes, p.19.]
*AEC (1913-1915) [Clymer, p.205; Kimes, p.18.]
*Aerocar (1905-1908)
*Aero Car (1921)
*Aerocar (1946)
*Aero-Type (Victor Page model) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Ahrens-Fox (1913)
*Airscoot (1947)
*Airway (1949-1950)
*Ajax (1914-1915)
*Ajax (1920-1921)
*Ajax (1925-1926)
*Ajax Electric (1901-1903) [Built in New York City. Clymer, p.178.]
*Akron (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Alamobile (1913) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Aland (1916-1917)
*Albany (1907-1908)
*Albatross (1939)
*ALCO (1909-1913) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Alden-Sampson (1904, 1911)
*Aldo (1910-1911)
*Alena Steam Car (1922)
*All-Steel (1915-1916)
*Allen (1913-1922)
*Allen (1913-1914)
*Allen Kingston (1907-1910)
*Allis-Chalmers (before 1919)
*Allstate (1952-1953)
*Alma Steam (1938) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Alpena (1910-1914)
*Alsace (1920-1921)
*Alter (1914-1917)
*Altha Electric (1905) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Altham (1896-1899)
*Altman (1901)
*Aluminum (1920-1922)
*Amalgamated (1917-1919)
*Ambassador (1921-1925) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Amco (1917-1922)
*America (1911)
*American (1899) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American (1903-1905) [Built in Cleveland.Clymer, pp.190 & 205.]
*American (1906-1914)
*American (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American (1914) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American (aka American (Balanced) Six) (1917-1924) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American Austin (1929-1934; American Bantam 1938-1941) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American Beauty (1918-1920) (see Pan-American) [Clymer, p.170.]
*American Berliet (1906-1908)
*American Chocolate (1903-1906)
*American De Dion (1900-1901)
*American Electric (1896-1902)
*American Electric (1913-1914)
*American Fiat (1910-1918)
*American Gas (1902-1904)
*American Junior (1916-1920)
*American Juvenile Electric (1907)
*American Locomotive (1906-1913)
*American Mercedes (1904-1907)
*American Mors (1906-1909) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American Motors aka AMC (1966-1987)
*American Napier (1904-1912)
*American Populaire (1904-1905)
*American Power Carriage (1899-1900) [Clymer, p.205.]
*American Simplex (1906-1910; Amplex 1910-1913)
*American Steam Car (1924-1931)
*American Steamer (1922-1924)
*American Tri-Car (1912)
*American Underslung (1905-1914)
*American Waltham (1898-1899)
*American Wheelock [Clymer, p.31.]
*Ames (1910-1915) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.205.]
*Ams-Sterling (1917) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Anahuac (1922)
*Anchor Buggy (1910-1911)
*Anderson (1907-1910)
*Anderson (1916-1925) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Anger (see AEC) [Clymer, p.205; Kimes, p.19.]
*Angus (see Fuller) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Anheuser-Busch (1905) [Built in St. Louis by the beer company. Clymer, p.170-1.]
*Anhut (1909-1910)
*Ann Arbor (1911-1912)
*Anna (1912)
*Ansted (1926-1927)
*Ansted-Lexington (1922)
*Anthony (1897)
*Anthony (1899-1900) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Apollo (1906-1907)
*Apollo (1962-1964)
*Appel (see Apple) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Apperson (1902-1926)
*Apple (1917-1918)
*Arabian (1915-1917)
*ArBenz (1911-1918) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Ardsley (1905-1906)
*Argo (1914-1916)
*Argo Electric (1912-1916)
*Argonne (1919-1920)
*Ariel (1905-1907)
*Aristos (see Mondex-Magic) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Armstrong Electric (1885-1902)
*Arrow Cyclecar (1914)
*Artzberger (1904) [Clymer, p.23 & 205.]
*Astra (1920)
*Atlantic (1912-1914) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Atlas (1907-1911; Atlas-Knight 1912-1913)
*Auburn (1900-1936)
*Auburn (1912-1915)
*Aultman (1901)
*Aurora (1905-1906) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Aurora (1907-1909)
*Aurora (1957-1958)
*Austen (see Roper) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Austin (1901-1921) [One of two companies with that name. Clymer, p.205.]
*Auto-Acetylene (1899) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Auto-Bug (1909-1910) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Auto Cub (1956)
*Autocar (1900-1912)
*Auto Cycle (1906-1907) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Auto Dynamic (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Autoette (1910-1913)
*Autoette (1948-1970)
*Auto Fore (see Automobile Fore Carriage)
*Automatic (1921) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Automobile Fore Carriage (1900) [>Front wheel drive, built in New York City; allegedly the first FWD car. Clymer, pp.178 & 205.]
*Automobile Voiturette (see Gasmobile) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Automotor (1901-1904) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Auto Parts (see King-Remick) [King-Remick]
*Auto Tricar (1914) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Auto Two (see Buffalo) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Auto Vehicle (see Tourist) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Avery (1914) [Clymer, p.205.]

B


*Babcock (1909-1913) [Distinct from Babcock Electric. Clymer, p.205.]
*Babcock Electric (1906-1912)
*Baby Moose (1914)
*Bachelle Electric (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bacon (1901, 1919-1920) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Badger (1910-1911) [Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, pp.153 & 205.]
*Bailey (1907-1910) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bailey Electric (1907-1916)
*Baker-Bell (1913)
*Baker & Elberg Electric (1894-1895)
*Baker Electric (1899-1916) [Builder of cars and trucks in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 205.]
*Baker Steam (1918-1922, 1925) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Balboa (1924-1925) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Baldner (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Baldwin (1896-1901)
*Baldwin (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Ball Steam (1868, 1902) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Balzer (1894-1900)
*Banker (1905) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bantam (1914) [Distinct from American Bantam and the bird. Clymer, p.170.]
*Barbarino (1923-1925) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bar Harbor (1900-1902)
*Barley (1916-1929)
*Barlow Steamer (1917-1922) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Barnes (1902) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Barnes (1907)
*Barnes (1910)
*Barrows Electric (1895-1899) [Sold an electric tricycle before 1916. Clymer, pp.38 & 205.]
*Bartholomew (1902) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bartholomew (circa 1904)
*Bates (1897) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bates (1903-1905)
*Bauer (1914-1916) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bauer (1925-1927)
*Bay State (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bay State (1922-1926)
*Beardsley (1914-1917) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Beaver (1912) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Beebe (1905-1906)
*Beggs (1919-1923) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Belden (1907-1911) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bell (1916-1922) [Built in York, Pennsylvania. Clymer, p.193.]
*Bell (1917)
*Bellefontaine (1908)
*Belmont (1909-1910)
*Belmont (1916) [Distinct from the other three. Clymer, p.205.]
*Belmont (1919) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Belmont Six (1917)
*Bendix (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Benham (1914-1917)
*Ben Hur (1916-1918) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 205.]
*Benner (1909) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bentel (1916-1919)
*Berg (1903-1905) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190.]
*Berg Electric (1920-1921)
*Bergdoll (1910-1913) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Berwick Electric (1904)
*Berkshire (1905-1912) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Berliet (see American Berliet) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bertolet (1908-1910) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Best (1898-1899) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Bethlehem (see Ideal) [Clymer, p.170-1.]
*Beverly (1904) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bewis (see Lewis) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bi-Autogo (1908-1912) [A six-wheeler "motorcycle", built by Detroit artist & engineer James Scripps-Booth. Clymer, p.115.]
*Biddle (1915-1922)
*Biesel (1914)
*Bimel (1916-1917) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Binghamton Electric (1920)
*Binney & Burnham (1901-1902)
*Birch (1916-1923) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Birmingham (1921-1923) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Black (1893, 1896-1900)
*Black (1908-1910; Black-Crow 1909-1910) [Clymer, pp. 5, 61, & 205.]
*Black Diamond (1903) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Blackhawk (1903) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Blackhawk (1929-1930)
*Bliss (1901-1902) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bliss (1906)
*B.L.M. (1906-1907) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Blomstrom (1902-1903, 1907-1908) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Blood (1902-1906)
*Bobbi-Kar (1949-1950)
*Boisselot (1901) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bolte (1900) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Borbein (1900, 1904-1909) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Borland Electric (1910-1916) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Boss Steam Car (1897-1909) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Boston & Amesbury (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Boston High Wheel (1907) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bour-Davis (1915-1922)
*Bournonville (see Rotary) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bowman (1921-1922) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bradfield (1929-1930)
*Bradford (1904-1905) (see Holley)
*Bradley (1920-1921)
*Bramwell (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bramwell-Robinson (1899-1902) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brasie (1914-1916) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brazier (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brecht (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Brennan (1902-1908) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brew-Hatcher (1904-1905)
*Brewster (1915-1925, 1934-1937)
*Briggs and Stratton (1919-1923) [Clymer, p.205.] [Smith Flyer]
*Briggs-Detroiter (1912-1917) (see Detroiter)
*Brightwood (see Orson) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bricklin (1974-1976)
*Briscoe (1913-1923)
*Bristol (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Broc Electric (1909-1916) [Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 205.]
*Brook (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brooks (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brooks Steamer (1927) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brown (1914) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brown (1916)
*Brown-Burtt (see Cannon) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brownell (1907) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Brownie (1916) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Brownikar (1908-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Brunn (1906)
*Brush (1907-1912)
*Bryan Steam Car (1918-1923)
*Buckeye (1895) [Clymer, pp.5 & 190.]
*Buckeye (1901-1902) [Built in Cleveland.]
*Buckles (1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Buckmobile (1903-1905)
*Buffalo (1900-1902)
*Buffalo Electric (1912-1915)
*Buffum (1901-1907)
*Buggy Car (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.205.]
*Bugmobile (1907-1909) [Built in Chicago. Clymer, p.178.]
*Burdick (1909) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Burg (1910-1913) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Burns (1908-1912) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Burrows (1914-1915)
*Bush (1916-1924)
*Busse (1903) [Made in St. Louis, Missouri Clymer, p.206.]
*B-Z-T (1915)

C


*C-A-C (1914-1915)
*Cady (1900)
*California (1899)
*California (1900-1902)
*California (1910) [Clymer, pp.16, 170, & 206.]
*California (1923-1925)
*Californian Six (1920) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Caloric (1903-1904)
*Calvert (1927) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cameron (1903-1920) [One of three companies by this name. Clymer, pp.23 & 206.]
*Campbell (1918-1919) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Canda (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cannon (1902-1906)
*Cantono Electric (1904-1907) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Capitol (circa 1889) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Car de Luxe (1906-1910)
*Car-Nation (aka Carnation) (1912-1915)
*Cardway (1923-1924) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Carhart (1871) [Distinct from Carhartt. Clymer, p.206.]
*Carhartt (1910-1912)
*Carlson (1904) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Carrison (1908) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Carrol (see Compressed Air) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Carroll (1908) [Distinct from Carrol. Clymer,p.206.]
*Carroll (1911-1912)
*Carroll Six (1921-1922)
*Carter Twin-Engine (1907-1908)
*Cartercar (1905-1916)
*Cartermobile (1915) [Distinct from Cartercar. Clymer, p.206.]
*Cartermobile (1921-1922)
*Carthage (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Case (1911-1927) [Built in Racine, Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.]
*Cato (1910, 1912) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cavac (1910)
*Cavalier (1926) [Distinct from the Chevy. Clymer, p.206.]
*C.B. (1917-1918) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Ceco (1914-1915)
*Centaur (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Central (1905-1906) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Century (1900-1903) [Offered vehicles with electric, steam, or gasoline engines.]
*Century Electric (1911-1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Century Steamer (1906) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Century Tourist (1901) [Clymer, p.206.]
*C-F (1907-1909)
*C.G.P. (1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Chadwick (1904-1916) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Chalfant (1905-1912) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Chalmers-Detroit (1908-1910; Chalmers 1911-1924)
*Champion (1913)
*Champion (1916) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Champion (1919-1924)
*Chandler (1913-1929)
*Chapman Electric (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Charter Oak (1917) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Chase (1907-1912) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Checker (1922-1982)
*Chelsea (1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Chicago (1895-1899)
*Chicago (1902) [Clymer, pp.22 & 178.]
*Chicago (1914)
*Chicago Electric (1899-1901) [Distinct from the three gasoline companies, and from Chicago. Clymer, p.206.]
*Chicago Electric (1913-1916)
*Chicago Motor Buggy (1908)
*Chicago Steam Car (1905-1907) [Distinct from the three gasoline companies, and from Chicago Electric. Clymer, p.206.]
*Chief (1908) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Chief (1911)
*Christie (1904-1910) [Founded by J. Walter Christie. Clymer, p.206.]
*Christman (1901-1905, 1907) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Church (1920) [One of two companies by this name, distinct from Church-Field. Clymer, p.206.]
*Church-Field (1912-1913)
*Church Pneumatic (1913-1914)
*Cincinnati Steamer (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Cinco (see Cino) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cino (1910-1913) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Citicar (1974-1976)
*Clark (1901) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Clark (1910-1912)
*Clark-Carter (1909-1911)
*Clark Electric (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Clark Electric (1909-1910)
*Clark Electric (1910)
*Clark Electric (1910-1911)
*Clark-Hatfield (1908-1909)
*Clarkmobile (1903-1904; Clark 1910-1911) [Or Clarksmobile. Clymer, pp.25 & 206.]
*Clark Steam Car (1900-1909)
*Classic (1916-1917, 1920) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Clear & Dunham (1900) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Cleburne (see Luck Utility) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Clermont (see Coats Steam) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.23.]
*Cleveland (1900) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Cleveland (1902-1904) [Built in Cleveland. One of five companies with this name. Clymer, p.190.]
*Cleveland (1905-1909)
*Cleveland (1912-1913) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Cleveland (1913-1914) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Cleveland (1919-1927) [Built in Cleveland. One of five companies with this name. Clymer, p.190.]
*Cleveland Electric (1909-1910)
*Climber (1919-1924) [Built in Little Rock, Arkansas. Clymer, p.178.]
*Cloughley (1896-1903) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Club Car (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Clyde Special (see Coyote Special) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Clymer (1908) [Built in St. Louis, Missouri. Clymer, p.178.]
*Coates-Goshen (1908-1910)
*Coats Steam Car (1921-1923)
*Coey (1913-1917)
*Coggswell (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Colburn (1906-1911) [Built in Denver, copied from the contemporary Renault. Clymer, p.87.]
*Colby (1911-1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cole (1909-1925) [Founded by J. J. Cole, built in Indianapolis. Clymer, p.104.]
*Collins (1919-1921; Collinet 1920-1921) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Collins Electric (1900) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Colonial (1921-1922) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Colonial Six (1917)
*Colonial Six (1922)
*Colonial Electric (1902) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Colonial Electric (1912)
*Colt (1907) [Built in Yonkers. Clymer, p.63.]
*Columbia (1897-1913)
*Columbia Electric (see Columbian Electric or Leader) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Columbia Six (1916-1924) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.206.]
*Columbian Electric (1914-1917) [Distinct from Columbia Electric. Clymer, p.206.]
*Columbus (1907-1908)
*Columbus (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Columbus (1913-1914)
*Columbus Electric (1903-1915) [Built at 564 Dublin Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Clymer, p.145.]
*Comet (1907-1913)
*Comet (1913-1914)
*Comet (1914)
*Comet (1917-1922) [Distinct from the Mercury. Clymer, p.206.]
*Commander (1922) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Commerce (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Commerce (1922)
*Commercial [Built in Plymouth, Ohio, friction transmission, dual chain drive, 1000-6000 lb payload or 9-20 seats. Clymer, p.67.]
*Commodore (1921-1922) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Commonwealth (1917-1922) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Compound (1904-1908)
*Compressed Air (1909)
*Connersville (1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Conrad (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Continental (1907-1908)
*Continental (1910-1914)
*Continental (1933-1934) [One of four companies by this name. Clymer, p.206.]
*Continental (1956-1957)
*Corbin (1904-1912)
*Corbin (1999-2003)
*Corbitt (1907-1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cord (1929-1932,1936-1937)
*Corinthian (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cornelian (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cornish-Friedberg (see C-F) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Correja (1908-1915)
*Corwin (see Gas-au-lec) [Formerly Vaughn; builder of the Gas-au-lec, based in Peabody, Massachusetts. Clymer, p.158.]
*Cosmopolitan (1907-1910) [Distinct from the Nash. Clymer, p.206.]
*Cotta Steam (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Country Club (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Courier (1904-1905)
*Courier (1909-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Courier (1923)
*Courier-Clermont (1912) (see Courier)
*Covert (1902-1907)
*Coyote Special (1909-1910)
*Craig-Hunt (1920) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Craig-Toledo (1907) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Crane (1912-1914; Crane-Simplex 1922) [Distinct from Crane & Breed. Clymer, p.206.]
*Crane & Breed (1912-1917)
*Crawford (1904-1923)
*Crescent (1913-1914) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.206.]
*Crestmobile (1901-1905)
*Cricket (1913-1914)
*Criterion (see Kitto) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Croesus (1906) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Crompton (1902-1905) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Crosley (1939-1952)
*Crosley (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Crouch (1894-1900) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Crow (1911; Crow-Elkhart 1911-1923) [Clymer, pp.170 & 206.]
*Crowdus Electric (1899-1902) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Crown (1905-1907) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Crown (1908-1910)
*Crown (1913-1914)
*Crowther (1915-1916; Crowther-Duryea 1917) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Croxton-Keeton (1909-1910; Croxton 1911-1914) [Built in [Ohio and Pennsylvania. Clymer, pp.190 & 206.]
*Cruiser (1917-1919) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Crusader (1914-1915) [Distinct from the Clan Crusader. Clymer, p.5.]
*Cull (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Culver (1905) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cunningham (1900-1907) [Distinct from Cunningham. Clymer, p.206.]
*Cunningham (1907-1936) [Distinct from the racers. Clymer, p.206.]
*Cunningham (1951-1955)
*Curtis (1920-1921)
*Cutting (1909-1913)
*C.V.I. (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cycleplane (1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Cyclomobile (1920-1921)

D


*DAC (1922-1923)
*Dagmar (1922-1927)
*Dale (1974)
*Dalton (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Daniels (1916-1924) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, pp.158 & 206.]
*Dan Patch (1910-1911) [Named for the horse, built in Minneapolis. Clymer, p.178.]
*Darby (1909-1910) [Built in St. Louis, Missouri. Clymer, p.93.]
*Darling (1901-1902) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, pp.5 & 206.]
*Darling (1917)
*Darrow (1903) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dart (1910)
*Dart (1914)
*Davenport (1902) [Clymer, p.170]
*Davis (1908-1929)
*Davis (1914)
*Davis Steam Car (1921)
*Davis Totem (1921-1922)
*Dawson (1904) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Day (1911-1914)
*Dayton (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dayton (1914)
*Dayton Electric (1911-1915)
*Deal (1905-1911)
*Decatur (1910-1911)
*Decatur (1914-1915)
*Decker (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.206.]
*De Cross Cy-Car (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Deere-Clark (1906; Deere 1907) [Distinct from the tractor. Clymer, p.206.]
*Deering Magnetic (1918-1919) [Clymer, p.206.]
*De La Vergne (1895-1896)
*Delling (1924-1927) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Delmore (1921-1923) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Deltal (1913-1914; Delta 1923-1925) [Clymer, p.206.]
*De Luxe (1906-1908)
*De Mars Electric (1905-1906; Blakeslee Electric 1906; Williams Electric 1906-1907; Byrider Electric 1907-1910) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*DeMot or DeMotCar (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*De Motte (1904)
*Demotcar (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Denneed (1916) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*De Rain (1908-1911) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 206.]
*Desberon (1901-1904) [Clymer, p.206.]
*De Schaum (1908-1909)
*De Shaw (1907-1909)
*Des Moines (1902)
*DeSoto (1913-1914) [Built in Auburn, Indiana. Distinct from DeSoto. Clymer, p.178.]
*DeSoto (1928-1961) [Distinct from DeSoto. Clymer, p.178.]
*De Tamble (1908-1913) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Detroit (1904-1908)
*Detroit (1904)
*Detroit Cyclecar (1913-1914)
*Detroit-Dearborn (1910-1911)
*Detroit Electric (1907-1939)
*Detroiter (1912-1917) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Detroit-Oxford (1905-1906) (see also Oxford)
*Detroit-Speedster (1913-1914; Saginaw Speedster 1914) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Detroit Steam (1922) (see also Trask-Detroit)
*De Vaux (1931-1932)
*De Vaux Continental (1932-1934)
*DeWitt (1909-1910)
*Dewabout (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dey Electric (1915-1917) [Clymer, p.206. ]
*Dey Griswold (1895-1898) [Offered an electric phaeton before 1916. Clymer, pp.38 & 205.]
*Diamond (1914-1915) [Distinct from Diamond T. Clymer, p.206.]
*Diamond T (1905-1911)
*Diana (1925-1928)
*Dile (1914-1917)
*Dingfelder (1903)
*Disbrow (1917-1918) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Dispatch (1910) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dixie (1908-1910) [Clymer, p.206. Tourist was a model.]
*Dixie (1916) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dixie Flyer (1916-1923) [Clymer, p.206.]
*D.L.G. (1907)
*Doble (1914-1918, 1922-1931)
*Dodge (1914-1915)
*Dodge Steam (see Doble) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dodgeson (1926)
*Dodo (1912) [Clymer, p.170-1.]
*Dolson (1904-1907)
*Dorris (1906-1926)
*Dort (1915-1924)
*Douglas (1918-1919) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dovell (circa 1980s)
*Downing (1914-1915) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Downing-Detroit (1913-1915)
*Dragon (1906-1908)
*Dragon (1920-1921)
*Drake (1921-1922) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Drexel (1916-1917) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Driggs-Seabury (1915; Driggs 1921-1923) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Drummond (1916-1917) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dual-Ghia (1956-1958)
*Duck (Jackson model) [Clymer, p.5.]
*Dudly Bug (1913-1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dudgeon Steam (1857, 1866) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Duer (1907-1910) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Duesenberg (1913-1937)
*Dumont (see Santos Dunont) [Clymer, p.206. Same as Santos-Dumont By Alberto Santos-Dumont?]
*Dunn (1916-1918) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Duplex (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Du Pont (1919-1931)
*Duquesne (1904-1906) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Duquesne (1912-1913)
*Durabile (1902) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Durant (1921-1931)
*Durocar (1906-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Duryea (1893-1917)
*Dusseau (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Dyke (or St Louis) (1899-1901; Dyke-Britton 1904) [Clymer, p.206. Founder was later the author of Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia.]
*Dymaxion (1933) [Conceived by Buckminster Fuller.]

E


*Eagle (1905) [Clymer, pp.5 & 206.]
*Eagle (1905-1907)
*Eagle (1906)
*Eagle (1909)
*Eagle (1988-1998)
*Eagle Electric (1915-1916) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Eagle Rotary (or Eagle) (1914-1915; Eagle-Macomber 1916-1918) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Earl (1907-1908) [Built in Wisconsin, distinct from the Michigan company. Clymer, p.153.]
*Earl (1921-1923)
*Eastman (1898-1900) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Eastman (1901-1902) [Steam and electric cars, built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Eaton Electric (1898-1900) [Clymer, p.206. No connection to Eaton's.]
*Eck (see Boss Steam Car) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Eclipse (1905-1906)
*Eclipse (1916)
*Eclipse Steam (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Economy (1908-1911)
*Economy (1916-1919; Economy-Vogue 1920; Vogue 1921-1922) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Economycar (1914) [Distinct from either of the two Economys. Clymer, p.206.]
*Eddy Electric (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Edwards (see Longest) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Edwards-Knight (1912-1913) [Clymer, p.206. Same as Edwards?]
*EHV (see Compound) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Eichstaedt (1898-1902) [Clymer, p.206.]
*EIM (1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Eisenhuth (1896-1900)
*Elberg (see Baker & Elberg Electric) [Clymer, p.38.]
*Elberon (model of Columbia) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Elbert (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Elcar (1915-1931)
*Elco (1915-1917) [Clymer, p.206. No connection to Electric Launch Company.]
*Eldredge (1903-1906)
*Electra (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Electric Vehicle (1897-1907)
*Electronomic (see Hood Steamer) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Elgin (1916-1924) [Clymer, p.206.]
*Elinore (1903) [Clymer, p.207. Distinct from Elite. Misspelling of Elmore??]
*Elite (Johnson model) [Clymer, pp.23 & 207. Distinct from Elite.]
*Elite (1901-1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Elkhart (see Crow-Elkhart, Pratt-Elkhart, Sterling, or Komet) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Elliott (1897-1899) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Ellis (see Triumph Electric) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Ellsworth (1907) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Elmore (1893-1912)
*Elston (1895) [Clymer, p.8.] ["Horseless Age" 1895.]
*Elwell-Parker Electric (1908-1909) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Emancipator (1909) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Emerson (1885; Emerson-Fisher 1896)
*Emerson (1917) [Clymer, p.170-1 & 207.]
*E-M-F (1909-1912) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Empire (1901-1902)
*Empire (1910-1919)
*Empire Steam Car (1925-1927)
*Empire Steamer (1898-1909)
*Endurance Steam Car (1922-1924)
*Enger (1909-1917) [Built in Cincinnati, Ohio. Clymer, p.104.]
*Englehardt (1901) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Engler (1914-1915)
*Entz (1914) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Erie (1899-1902) [Later Halladay or Streator, eventually Barley. Clymer, p.207.]
*Erie (1916-1919)
*Erie & Sturgis (1897)
*Erskine (1927-1930) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Eshelman (1953-1961)
*Essex (1906) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Essex (1919-1932)
*Etnyre (1910-1911)
*Euclid (1908) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Eureka (1900)
*Eureka (1906-1907)
*Eureka (1907-1909)
*Eureka (1907-1909)
*Evansville (see Simplicity) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Everitt (1909-1912)
*Everybody's (1907-1909) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Ewing (1908-1910) [Car and truck maker, based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Excel (1914)

F


*Fageol (1900, 1917) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Fal-Car (or F.A.L.) (1909-1914) [Built in Chicago. Clymer, p.104.]
*Falcon (1907-1909) [Clymer, p.207. Not to be confused with the Fords.]
*Falcon (1913-1914)
*Falcon (1922) [Built in Newark, Ohio by Halladay]
*Falcon (1922) [Built in Lewistown, Pennsylvania by Moller]
*Falcon-Knight (1927-1929) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Famous (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Fanning (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Fargo (1929)
*Farmack (1915-1916) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Farner (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Faulkner-Blanchard (1910)
*Fawick Flyer (1908-1912)
*Fay (1912)
*Federal Steam (1901-1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Federal (1907-1909) [Distinct from Federal steam automobile company)|Federal] . Clymer, p.207.]
*Fenton (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.207. Not to be confused with the header maker.]
*Fergus (1916-1922) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Ferris (1920-1922) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Fiberfab (circa 1960s)
*Fidelia (1913-1914) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Field (1886, 1905) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Fina-Sport (1953-1954)
*Findlay (1910)
*Firestone-Columbus (1909-1915) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Fischer-Detroit (1914)
*Fish (1906-1907) [Clymer, p.5.]
*Fisher (1901-1905) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Flagler (1914) [Built in Cheboygan, Michigan, it weighed 900 pd and cost US$450. Clymer, p.166.]
*Flanders 20 (1910-1912) [Distinct from the other one. Clymer, p.207.]
*Flanders Electric (1912-1914) [An electric car. Clymer, p.40.]
*Flanders Six (1913)
*Flexbi (1904) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Flint (1923-1927) [One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.207.]
*Flint Roadster (1902-1904)
*Flintlo (1905-1908)
*Flyer (1913-1914)
*Foos (1901-1906) [Clymer, p.5.]
*Forest City (see Jewell) [Built in Massillon, Ohio; called their car the Jewel. Clymer, p.63.]
*Fort Pitt (see Pittsburgh Six) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Fort Plain (1901-1902)
*Foster (1886)
*Foster (1901-1904) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Fostoria (1906-1907) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.207.]
*Fostoria (1915-1916)
*Fouch (1914-1915)
*Fox (1921-1923) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Frankfort (1917) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Franklin (1902-1934)
*Frayer-Miller (1904-1909) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Frazer (1946-1951)
*Frederickson (1914) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Fredonia (1902-1904)
*Fremont (1920-1922) [Clymer, p.207.]
*French (1905) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Friedman (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.16.]
*Friend (1920-1921)
*Fritchle Electric (1905-1920) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Frontenac (1906-1913)
*Frontenac (1921-1925) [One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.207.]
*Frontmobile (1917-1918) [Clymer, p.207.]
*F.R.P. (1914-1916) [Clymer, p.207.]
*F.S. (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Fuller (1907-1909) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.207.]
*Fuller (1909-1910)
*Fulton (1920) [Clymer, p.207.]
*F.W.D. (1910-1912) [Built in Clintonville, Wisconsin, with four wheel drive. Clymer, p.153.]
*Fwick (see Fawick Flyer) [Clymer, p.207.]

G


*Gabriel (1912-1918) [Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Gadabout (1913-1915)
*Gaethmobile (1902-1904, Gaeth 1905-1910)
*Gale (1905-1907) [Clymer, p.51.]
*Gardner (1920-1931)
*Garford (1908, 1911-1913) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Gary Six (1914)
*Gas-au-lec (1905-1906)
*Gaslight (1960-circa 1961)
*Gasmobile (1899-1902)
*Gaylord (1911-1913)
*Gearless (1907-1909) [Distinct from the steamer. Clymer, p.207.]
*Gearless (1919-1922)
*Gearless Steamer (see Super Steamer) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Gem (1917-1919)
*General (1902-1904) [Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*General Electric (1891-1898, 1902-1903) [Made by the multinational as experimental models.]
*General Electric (1898-1900) [Clymer, p.207. Distinct from the multinational]
*Genesee (1911) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Geneva (1901-1906) [Gasoline and steam. Clymer, pp.23 & 190.]
*German-American (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Geo (1988-1998)
*Geronimo (1917-1920) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Ghent (1916-1918) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Gibbs (1904) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Gibson (1899) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Gillette (1916) [Clymer, p.207.]
*GJG (1909-1914)
*Glasspar (1949-1953)
*Gleason (1909-1913) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Glide (1903-1920) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Globe (1916-1919) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Globe Four (1921-1922)
*Glover (1902)
*Glover (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Goethe (see Gaeth) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Golden Eagle (1906) [Supposedly from Atlanta, Georgia. Clymer, p.207.]
*Goodspeed (1922) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Graham (1899) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Graham Electric (1903)
*Graham Motorette (1902-1903)
*Graham-Paige (1928-1930; Graham 1930-1947)
*Gramm (1902) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Granite Falls (see Lende) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Grant (1913-1922) [Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland 1916-1922. Clymer, p.190.]
*Graves-Condon (see Crown) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Gray (1922-1926)
*Gray Light Car (1920)
*Great Arrow (1904-1909) (see also Pierce-Arrow) [Clymer, p.178.]
*Great Eagle (1910-1918)
*Great Smith (see Smith)
*Great Southern (1910-1914)
*Great Western (1910-1916) [Clymer, p.178.]
*Greeley (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.170-1.]
*Greenleaf (1902)
*Gregory (1920-1922) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Grensfelder (1901) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Greuter (1898) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Greyhound (1914-1916) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Grinnell Electric (1910-1915)
*Griswold (1907)
*Grout (1900-1912) [Clymer, pp.14 & 22.]
*Gurley (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Gyroscope (1908-1909)

H


*Haase (1902-1904)
*Hackett (1916-1919)
*H.A.L. 12 (1916-1918) [Built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Hall (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hall (1914-1915)
*Halladay (1905-1922) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.207.]
*Hambrick (1905-1906) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hamilton (1917) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hamlin-Holmes (1919-1929; Hamlin 1930) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hammer-Sommer (1902-1904; Hammer 1905-1906)
*Handley-Knight (1921-1923; Handley 1923) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hanger (1916) [Truck maker, based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Hanover (1921-1927) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hansen (1902) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Hanson (1918-1925) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Harding (1916-1917) [Clymer, pp.170 & 190.]
*Hardy (see Flint Roadster) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Harper (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Harrie (1925) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Harrigan (1922) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Harris (1910) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Harris Six (1923)
*Harrison (1905-1907)
*Harroun (1917-1922)
*Hartley (1895-1899) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Hartman (1914-1918) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Harvard (1915-1921) [No relation to the school. Clymer, p.170.]
*Hasbrouck (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hassler (1917) [Clymer, p.207]
*Hatfield (1907-1908) [Kimes, p.652 & 761.]
*Hatfield (1916-1924) [Distinct from Hatfield Motor Vehicle Company and Hatfield Company (truck manufacturer). Kimes, p.652.]
*Havers (1908-1914)
*Hawk (1914)
*Hawley (1906-1908) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hay-Berg (1907-1908) [An aircooled, built in Wisconsin, sold for US$2000. Clymer, p.23.]
*Haydock (see Cosmopolitan) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Haynes-Apperson (1896-1905; Haynes (1904-1925)
*Hayward (1913) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hazard (1913-1915) [Clymer, p.207.]
*HCS (1920-1925) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Healey (circa 1905- circa 1916) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Heifner (1919-1921) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Heilman (1907) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Heine-Velox (1903-1908, 1921-1923)
*Hendel (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Henderson (1912-1914) [Clymer, p.112.]
*Henney (1921-1931) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Henney (1960-1964)
*Henrietta (1901) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Henry (1910-1912)
*Henry J (1951-1954)
*Hercules (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hercules Electric (1907)
*Herff-Brooks (1915-1916)
*Herreshoff (1909-1914)
*Hertel (1895-1900) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hertz (1924-1927) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Heseltine (1916-1917) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hess (1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Hewitt (1906-1907) [Clymer, p.207. Distinct from Hewitt-Lindstrom.]
*Hewitt-Lindstrom (1900-1901)
*Heymann (1898-1907) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hicks (1899) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hicks (1899-1900)
*Hicks (1905)
*Hidley Steam Car (1901)
*Highlander (1919-1922) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hill (1904-1908) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hilton (1920-1921)
*Hines (1908-1910) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hitchcock (1909)
*Hobbie Accessible (1908-1909)
*Hoffman (1901-1904) [Steam and gasoline, based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.23 & 190.]
*Hoffman (1931)
*Holden (1914) [Clymer, p.207. Distinct from the Australian company.]
*Holden (1915)
*Holland (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Holley (1900-1904)
*Hollier (1915-1921)
*Holly Six (1913-1915) [Clymer, p.207. Distinct from Holley.]
*Holmes (1906-1907) [Clymer, pp.170-1 & 207.]
*Holmes (1918-1923)
*Holsman (1901-1911)
*Hol-Tan (1908)
*Holtom (1919, 1934)
*Holyoke (before 1926) [Clymer, pp.23 & 207.]
*Holyoke (1899-1903)
*Homer Laughlin (1916) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hoosier Scout (1914) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hoover (1913-1914)
*Hopkins (1902) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hopkins (1902)
*Hoskins (1920) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Houghton (1897) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Houghton Steamer (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Houpt (1909; Houpt-Rockwell 1910) [Clymer, p.207.]
*House Steamer (1867) [Clymer, pp.5 & 23.]
*Howard (1895-1903) [Clymer, pp.23 & 207.]
*Howard (1895, 1901-1904, 1908)
*Howard (1911, 1916-1917, 1919)
*Howey (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hudson (1901-1902)
*Hudson (1909-1957)
*Huffman (1919-1925)
*Hunter (1920) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Hupmobile (1909-1940)
*Hupp-Yates (1911-1919)
*Huselton (1911-1914)
*Hydromotor (1914-1917) [Clymer, p.207.]

I


*Ideal(1902)
*Ideal(1902-1903)
*Ideal(1902-1904) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Ideal(1907-1908)
*Ideal Electric (1906) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.23, 190, & 207.]
*Illinois (1909-1912)
*Illinois Electric (1897-1901) [Clymer, pp.170 & 207.]
*Imp (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Imperial (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Imperial (1907-1908)
*Imperial (1908-1916)
*Imperial Electric (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Independence (1912) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Independence (1915)
*Independent Harvester (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Indiana (1901) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Indianapolis (see Black) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Ingram-Hatch (1917) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Innes (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.207.]
*International (1899, Strathmore same year) [In Boston. Kimes, pp.737 & 1360.]
*International (1899) (see Walters) [In New York City. Kimes, p.737.]
*International (1900) [In New York City. Kimes, p.737.]
*International (1900) [In New York City. Existence is dubious. Kimes, p.737.]
*International (1900) (see Klock) [Clymer, p.207; Kimes, p.737.]
*International (1901) [Clymer, p.23.]
*International (1901-1903) (see Toledo) [In Toledo, Ohio. Kimes, p.737.]
*International Cyclecar (1914) (see Economycar) [In Buffalo, New York. Kimes, p.737.]
*International Harvester (1907-1975)
*Inter-State (1909-1919) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Intrepid (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Iroquois (1903-1907) [Clymer, p.170-1.]
*Iverson (1902) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Izzer (1911) [Clymer, p.207.]

J


*Jacks (1899-1900) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Jack's Runabout (see Jacks) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Jackson (1903-1923)
*Jacquet Flyer (1921)
*Jaeger (1932-1933)
*James (1909-1911) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Janney (1906)
*Jarvis-Huntington (1912) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Jaxon Steam (1903) [Clymer, pp.18 & 23.]
*Jeannin (1908)
*Jeffery (1902-1917)
*Jem (1922) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Jenkins (1907-1912) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Jewell (1906-1907; Jewel 1908-1909) [Clymer, p.207.]
*Jewett (1922-1927)
*Johnson (1903, 1918) [Distinct from Johnson (steam automobile company). Clymer, p.207.]
*Johnson (1905-1912) [Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, pp.23 & 153.]
*Jones (1914-1920) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Jones-Corbin (1903-1907) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Jonz (1909-1912) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Jordan (1916-1931)
*JPL (1913) [Clymer, p.208. Not to be confused with this one.]
*Julian (1918, 1925) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Junior R (1924)

K


*Kaiser (1947-1955)
*Kalamazoo (see Michigan) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kane-Pennington (see Pennington) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kankakee (1916) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kansas City (1906-1908; Kansas City Wonder 1909) [Also sold commercial vans of 1, 2, 3, & 6 tons. Clymer, p.53.]
*Kato (1907-1913) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kauffman (1909-1912) [Clymer, p.208.]
*K-D (1912-1913) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kearns (1909-1916) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Keene Steamobile (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Keeton (1912-1914) [Clymer, p.131.]
*Keller (1948-1950)
*Keller-Kar (1914)
*Kellogg (circa 1905) [Clymer, pp.22 & 23.]
*Kelly-Springfield (1901-1902)
*Kelsey (1897-1902, 1920-1924) [One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.208.]
*Kenmore (1910-1912) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kennedy (1900, 1905) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kennedy (1915-1917)
*Kennedy Electric (1898-1903)
*Kensington (1899-1904) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Kent (1916-1917) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kent's Pacemaker (1900)
*Kenworthy (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kermath (1907-1908)
*Kermet (1900) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kerosene Motor Surrey (1900) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kessler (1921-1922; Kess-Line 8 1922)
*Keystone (1899-1900)
*Keystone (1914-1915)
*Keystone Six (1909-1910)
*Kiblinger (1907-1909) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kidder (1899-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Kimball Electric (1910-1912) [Clymer, p.208.]
*King (1896, 1911-1923) [Clymer, p.170.]
*King Midget (1947-1969)
*King-Remick (1910)
*Kinnear (1913) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kinner (custom cars after World War One) [Kimes, p.774.]
*Kirk (see also Yale) [Based in Toledo, Ohio. Clymer, p.158.]
*Kissel (1906-1930)
*Kitto (1903-1911)
*Kleiber (1924-1929) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kline Kar (1910-1923) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Klink (1907-1910) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Klock (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Klondike (1916-1920)
*Knickerbocker (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Knox (1900-1914)
*Kobusch (1906)
*Koehler (1910-1912) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Komet (1911)
*Konigslow (see Ottokar) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Koppin (1914)
*Kraft (1896, 1901) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Krastin (1902-1904) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*K-R-I-T (or Krit) (1909-1915)
*Krueger (1905-1906) (see Eclipse) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Kunz (1902-1905) [Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.]
*Kurtis (1949-1950, 1954-1955)
*Kurtz-Automatic (1920-1925) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]

L


*Laconia (1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lad's Car (1912-1914)
*LaFayette (1919-1924) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.208.]
*La Marne (1919-1921) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Lambert (1905-1916)
*Lancamobile (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lane (1900-1911) [Clymer, pp.18 & 23.]
*Lanpher (1906-1916) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lansden Electric (1901-1903, 1906-1910) [Clymer, p.208. Electrette was a model.]
*La Petite (1905) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Larchmont (1920) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Larsen (see Falcon) [Clymer, p.208.]
*LaSalle (1927-1940)
*La Salle-Niagara (1905-1906) [Clymer, p.208. Distinct from LaSalle.]
*Laurel (1916-1920) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lauth (1905; Lauth-Juergens 1908-1909) [Clymer, p.208.]
*La Vigne (1913-1914)
*Lawter (1909)
*LCE (1915-1916) [Clymer, p.208.]
*L&E (1924-1934) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Leach (1899-1901) [Clymer, pp.5 & 23.]
*Leach-Biltwell (or Leach) (1920-1923) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Leader (1905-1912) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lehr (1905-1908) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lenawee (1903-1904)
*Lende (1902-1909) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lenox (1911-1917) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lenox Electric (see Maxim-Goodridge Electric) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Leon Rubay (1922) [Based in Cleveland. Distinct from Rubay? Clymer, p.190.]
*Lescina (1916) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lewis (1914-1916) [Distinct from Lewis Motocycle. Clymer, p.208.]
*Lewis Electric (1893-1895)
*Lewis Motocycle (1895) [A four-wheeler, despite the name. Clymer, p.8.] ["Horseless Age" 1895.]
*Lexington (1909-1927)
*Liberty (1916-1924)
*Light (1914)
*Lima (1915) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lincoln (1908-1909)
*Lincoln (see also Sears Roebuck) (1912-1913) [Before 1912, the cars were called Sears. Clymer, p.90.]
*Lincoln Highway (1914)
*Lindsley (or Linsley) (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lion (1909-1912)
*Liquid Air (1899-1902)
*Little (1911-1913)
*Little Detroit Speedster (1913-1914)
*Littlemac (1930-1932) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Little Princess (1913-1914)
*Little Six (Little model)
*Locke (See Puritan Steam) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Locomobile (1899-1929)
*Logan (1904-1908) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Logan (1914)
*Lomax (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lone Star (1920-1922)
*Long Distance (1901-1903)
*Longest (1906) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Loomis (1900-1904) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Lord Baltimore (1913)
*Lorraine (1907-1908)
*Lorraine (1920-1921)
*Lorraine (1920-1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Los Angeles (1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lowell-American (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lozier (1900-1918) [began with steam autos]
*LPC (see Lewis) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Luck Utility (1911-1914)
*LuLu (1914-1915)
*Lutz Steamer (1898) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Luverne (1904-1917)
*Luxor (1924-1927)
*Lyman (1904) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lyman-Burnham (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Lyon (1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Lyons Atlas (1913-1915)
*Lyons-Knight (1913-1915) [Clymer, p.23.]

M


*MacDonald (1920-1923) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mackle-Thompson (1903) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Macomber (1913) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Macon (1915-1917) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Madison (1915-1919) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Magic (see Mondex Magic) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Magnolia (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mahoning (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Maibohm (1916-1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mais (circa 1912)
*Majestic (1917) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Majestic (1925-1927)
*Malcolm (1900) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Malcolm Jones (or Malcolm) (1914-1915)
*Malden Steam (1898, 1902) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Manexall (1920) (see also Cyclomobile) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Manistee (1902) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Maplebay (1907) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Marathon (1906-1914)
*Marble-Swift (1903-1905)
*Marion (1901)
*Marion (1904-1915; Marion-Handley 1916-1918)
*Marion Flyer (1910)
*Marmon (1902-1933)
*Mark Electric (1902) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Marlboro (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Marron (see Marmon)
*Marquette (1912) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Marquette (1930)
*Marr (1903-1904)
*Marsh (1919-1921) [Based in Cleveland. One of two companies by this name. Clymer, pp.190 & 208.]
*Marshall (1920-1922)
*Martin (1898-1900) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Martin (1910)
*Martin (1928-1932)
*Martin-Wasp (see Wasp) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Marvel (1907)
*Maryland Steamer (1900-1901)
*Maryland (1907-1910)
*Mason (1898-1899) [Clymer, p.23. Distinct from Mason (automobile company).]
*Mason (1906-1914) [Clymer, p.208. Distinct from Mason (steam automobile company).]
*Mason Truck (1911-1915)
*Massilon (1909) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Master (1907) [Truck maker, Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Mather (1901)
*Matheson (1903-1912)
*Mathews (1912-1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Maxim Motor Tricycle (1895; Maxim-Goodridge Electric 1908) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Maxwell-Briscoe (1904-1913; Maxwell 1913-1925)
*Mayer (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mayfair (1925) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Maytag (1910-1911) [Built in Waterloo, Iowa. Clymer, p.93.]
*M.B. (1908-1911)
*McCue (1909-1911) [Clymer, p.84.]
*McCullough (1899-1900) [Clymer, p.208.]
*McCurdy (1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*McFarlan (1909-1928)
*McGill (1917) [Clymer, p.208.]
*McGill (1921-1922)
*McIntyre (1909-1915) [Clymer, p.208.]
*McKay Steamer (1899-1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Mead (1902-1907) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mecca (1915-1916) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Med-Bow (see Springfield) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Media (1899-1900) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Melbourne (1904) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Mel Special (1918-1924) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Menges (1907) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Menominee Electric (1915)
*Mercer (1909-1919)
*Mercury (1913-1914) [One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.208.]
*Mercury Steamer (1923) [Distinct from the Ford division. Clymer, p.23.]
*Merit (1921-1922) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Merkel (1905-1907) [Built in Wisconsin by Joe Merkel, who later built the Merkel Motorcycle. Clymer, p.153.]
*Merz (1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Meteor (1900-1901)
*Meteor (1902-1903) [Distinct from the
gas car and the Ford division. Clymer, p.23.
]
*Meteor (1904-1905)
*Meteor (1904-1905) [Distinct from the
steamer and the Ford division. Clymer, p.23.
]
*Meteor (1908-1910)
*Meteor (1915-1930)
*Meteor (1919-1922)
*Metropol (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Metropolitan (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.208. Distinct from the Nash]
*Metz (1909-1921) [Built in Waltham, Massachusetts. Clymer, p.145.]
*Metzger (see Everitt) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Michigan (1903-1908)
*Michigan (1908-1914)
*Middleby (1909-1913) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Midgley (1901-1905) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Midland (1908-1913) [Built in Moline, Illinois. Clymer, p.93.]
*Midwest (see Kay-See and Highlander) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mier (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Milac (1916) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Milburn Electric (1915-1923) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Miller (1911-1914)
*Mills (1876) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Mills (1895)
*Mills Electric (1917)
*Milwaukee Steamer (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Minneapolis (see Colby) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mino (1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mitchell (1903-1923) [Built in Racine, Wisconsin. Clymer, pp.36 & 153.]
*Mitchell-Lewis (see Mitchell) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mobile (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Model (1903-1907) [Clymer, p.57.]
*Modoc (1912-1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mohawk (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Moline (see Stephens or Illinois) [Clymer, p.208. One of two companies by this name, distinct from Moline-Knight.]
*Moline (1904-1913; Moline-Knight 1914-1919)
*Moller (1920-1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Monarch (1905-1908)
*Monarch (1906) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Monarch (1907-1909)
*Monarch (1914-1917)
*Moncrief Steamer (1901) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mondex-Magic (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Monitor (1909-1911)
*Monitor (1915-1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Monroe (1914-1923) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Moody (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mooers (1900-1901, 1911) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Moon (1905-1930)
*Moore (1902-1903) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 208.]
*Moore (1906-1907)
*Moore (1916-1920)
*Mora (1906-1911) [Truck maker, based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Morgan (1897)
*Morgan (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.208. Not to be confused with Moggie.]
*Morgan (1913)
*Morris & Salom (1895-1897)
*Morrison Electric (1888-1895)
*Morriss-London (1919-1923) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mors (see American Mors)
*Morse (1902) [Clymer, pp.22 & 208.]
*Morse (1905-1906)
*Morse (1910-1916)
*Morse (1914-1916)
*Motor Bob (1914)
*Motorette (1911-1914) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Moyea (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Moyer (1911-1915) [Clymer, p.208.]
*M.P.M. (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mueller-Benz (1896-1899) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mulford (1915, 1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Multiplex (1912-1913) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Muncie (see Warner) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Muntz (1951-1954)
*Murdaugh (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Murray (1902-1903)
*Murray (1916-1921; Murray-Mac 1921-1929) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Mutual (1905) [Clymer, p.208.]

N


*Nance (1911) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Napoleon (1916-1919) [Built in Traverse City, Michigan. Clymer, pp.170 & 178.]
*Nash (1917-1957)
*Nash-Healey (1951-1954)
*National (1900-1924)
*National (1900-1905) [These are the earliest models of National, and are by the same company. Clymer, p.208.]
*Neilson (see Nielson) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Nelson (1917-1921) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.208.]
*Nelson (1905) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.208.]
*Neustadt-Perry (or Neustadt) (1901-1908, 1915) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Newark (1924) [Clymer, p.208.]
*New England Steamer (1898-1899) [Clymer, p.22.]
*New England Electric (1899-1901)
*New Era (1901-1902) [Clymer, p.208.]
*New Era (1916)
*New Era (1933-1934) [Not to be confused with the producers of the Ruxton.]
*New Home (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.208.]
*New York (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.170.]
*New York (1907)
*New York Six (1927-1928)
*Niagara (1900-1902)
*Niagara (1903-1905) [Clymer, pp.170-1 & 208.]
*Niagara Four (1915-1916)
*Nichols Shepard (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Nielson (1906-1907) [Same as Neilson (Clymer, p.208)]
*Noble (1902) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Noma (1919-1923) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Northern (1902-1908)
*Northway (1921-1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*North Western (or Northwestern) (see Haase or Logan) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Norton (1901-1902) [Clymer, p.208.Not to be confused with the motorcycle.]
*Norwalk (1910-1922) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Novara (1917) [Clymer, p.208.]
*Nu-Klea (1959-1960)
*Nyberg (1911-1914)

O


*Oakland (1907-1931)
*Oakman-Hertel (see Hertel) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Obertine (1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Ogren (1915-1917, 1919-1923) [Built in Milwaukee. Clymer, p.153.]
*Ohio (1909-1912)
*Ohio Electric (1910-1918) [Clymer, pp.170 & 209.]
*Ohio Falls (see Pilgrim) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Okey (1896-1907) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Oldfield (1917-22) [They wore Barney Oldfield's name. Clymer, p.178.]
*Oldsmobile (1897-2004)
*Oliver (1905)
*Olympian (1917-1921)
*Omaha (1899) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Omaha (1912-1913)
*Omar (see Browniekar) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Only (1909-1913) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Orient (1899-1908)
*Orlo (1904)
*Ormond Steamer (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Orson (1910-1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*O-S (1914-1915)
*Otto (1910-1911; Ottomobile 1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Otto-Kar (1902-1904) [Based in Cleveland. Same as Ottoker? Clymer, pp.190 & 209.]
*Otto-mobile (1899) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Overholt (see Illinois) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Overland (1903-1926, 1939)
*Overman (1895-1898, see also Victor Steamer) [Clymer, pp.22 & 23.]
*O-We-Go (1914)
*Owen (1899-1901) [Based in Cleveland. Distinct from Owen Magnetic. Clymer, pp.190 & 209.]
*Owen (1910-1911)
*Owen Magnetic (1915-1922)
*Owen Schoeneck (see O-S) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Owen Thomas (1908-1910) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Oxford (1900) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Oxford (1905)

P


*Pacific (1900-1901)
*Pacific (1900-1904) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pacific Special (1911-1913)
*Packard (1899-1958)
*Paco (1908-1909)
*Paige-Detroit (1908-1911; Paige 1911-1928; Graham-Paige 1928-1930)
*Page (1906-1908)
*Page (1907-1909) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Page-Toledo (see Page) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Palmer (1905-1906) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Palmer-Singer (1908-1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pan (1919-1921) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pan-Am (or Panam) (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pan-American (1917-1922) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Panther (1909) [Clymer, p.170. Distinct from Panther Westwind.]
*Paragon (1906) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.209.]
*Paragon (1920-1921)
*Parenti (1920-1922) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Parry (1910; New Parry 1911-1912) [Built in Indianapolis, Indiana. Clymer, p.102.]
*Parsons Electric (1905-1906) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Partin (1913; Partin-Palmer 1913-1917) [Built in Chicago. Clymer, p.151.]
*Paterson (1909-1923)
*Pathfinder (1912-1917) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Patterson-Greenfield (1916-1919) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pawtucket (1901-1902) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Paxon (1911) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Payne-Modern (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Peabody (1907)
*Peerless (1900-1933)
*Pence (around 1905) [Clymer, p.42.]
*Penn (1910-1913)
*Pennington (1894-1900) [Clymer, pp.6 & 153.]
*Pennsy (1916-1918) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pennsylvania (1907-1911) [Clymer, p.170.]
*People's (1900-1902) [Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.5, 178, & 190.]
*Perfection (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Perfex (1912-1913) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pet (or P.E.T.) (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.5.]
*Peter Pan (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.5.]
*Peters-Walton (1915; Peters Tricar 1916)
*Petrel (1909-1912) [Friction-drive, built in Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.]
*Phelps (1903-1905)
*Phianna (1917-1922) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Phipps-Grinnell (1911; Phipps Electric 1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Phoenix (1900-1901) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Pickard (1909-1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Piedmont (1917-1922)
*Pierce-Arrow (1900-1938)
*Pierce-Racine (1904-1911) [Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.]
*Piggins (1908-1910)
*Pilgrim (1911)
*Pilgrim (1913-1914)
*Pilgrim (1915-1918)
*Pilliod (1915-1916) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pilot (1909-1924) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pioneer (1907-1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pioneer (1914)
*Piskorski (1901) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pittsburgh Six (1908-1911)
*Planche (see Roebling-Planche) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Plass (1897)
*Playboy (1947-1951)
*Plymouth (1910) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.209.]
*Plymouth (1928-2001) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.209.]
*Pneumobile (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pomeroy (1902)
*Pomeroy (1920-1924) [Based in Cleveland.Clymer, pp.190 & 209.]
*Ponder (see Bour-Davis) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pontiac (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.209. Distinct from the GM.]
*Pope-Hartford (1904-1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pope-Robinson (1903-1904)
*Pope-Toledo (1903-1909)
*Pope-Tribune (1904-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pope-Waverley (1903-1908)
*Poppy (or Poppy-Car) (1917) [Clymer, pp.5 & 209.]
*Port Huron (see Havers) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Porter (1900-1901) [Clymer, pp.13 & 23.]
*Porter (1919-1922) [Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Porter Motor Company.]
*Portland (1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Postal (1906-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Powell (1930s-1960s)
*Power-Car (1909-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pratt-Elkhart (1909-1911; Pratt 1911-1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Premier (1902-1926)
*Premocar (1920-1923) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Prescott (1901-1905) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Pridemore (1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Primo (1910-1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Princess (1914-1918) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Prospect (1902, 1907-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Pullman (1905-1917) [Clymer, p.170.]
*Pungs Finch (1904-1910)
*Puritan (1902-1905) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Puritan (1913-1914)

Q

*Queen (1904-1907)
*Quick (1899-1900)
*Quinby (1899)

R


*R.A.C. (1910-1911)
*Rae Electric (1905) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Railsbach (1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rainier (1905-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Raleigh (1921-1922) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rambler (1900-1914)
*Rambler (1958-1969)
*Randall (1905) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Randall (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Randall (automobile company).]
*Randall Three-Wheeler (1903-1905)
*Ranger (1907-1910) [Distinct from the pickup. Clymer, p.209.]
*Ranger (1920-1922)
*Rapid (1903) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rauch & Lang (1905-1932) [Cars & trucks, based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Raulang (see Rauch & Lang) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rayfield (1911-1915)
*R-C-H (1912-1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Read (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.149.]
*Reading (1910-1913) [Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Reading Steamer.]
*Reading Steamer (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Real Cyclecar (1914; Real Light Car 1914-1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Reber (1902-1903)
*Red Bug (1924-1930) [Clymer, p.209. Said to be the cheapest car ever built.]
*Red Jacket (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Reed (see Massillon)
*Rees (1921) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Reeves (1896-1898, 1905-1912) [Producer of four-axle Octoauto and twin rear axle Sextoauto in Columbus, Indiana. Clymer, p.122-4.]
*Regal (1908-1918) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Regas (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Reinertson (1902) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Reliable Dayton (1906-1909) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Reliance (1904-1906) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Remel-Vincent (or Remal-Vincent) (1923) [Clymer, pp.23 & 209.]
*Remington (1895, 1900-1904) [1895 car produced by Remington Arms Company. Clymer, p.209.]
*Remington (1910-1913)
*Remington (1914-1916)
*REO (or Reo) (1905-1975)
*Republic (1910-1916) [Clymer, p.209.]
*ReVere (1918-1926) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rex (1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rhodes (circa 1905) [Clymer, p.209.]
*RiChard (1914-1919) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 209.]
*Richelieu (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Richmond (1904-1917) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rickenbacker (1922-1927)
*Ricketts (1909-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Riddle (1916-1926) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rider-Lewis (1908-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Riker Electric (1897-1902) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Riley & Cowley (1902) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Ripper (1903) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Ritz (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Riviera (1907) [Clymer, p.209.]
*R-O (see Owen) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Roader (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Roamer (1916-1929) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Robe (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.170-1.]
*Robie (1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Robinson (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Robson (1909) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Roche (1924-1925) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rochester (1901) [Clymer, pp.22 & 209.]
*Rochester (1901-1902)
*Rockaway (1902-1903)
*Rockaway (1903-1904)
*Rocket (1903) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rock Falls (1919-1925) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rockne (1932-1933) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rockway (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rockwell (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rodgers (1921) [Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Rogers (steam automobile company) and Rogers (automobile company).]
*Roebling-Planche (1909) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rogers (1899-1900) (see also Steamobile) [Clymer, pp.23 & 209. ]
*Rogers (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.209. Distinct from Rogers Steamobile (automobile company). One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.209.]
*Rogers & Hanford (1899-1902) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Rogers & Thatcher (1903) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Rollin (1924-1927) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Rolls Royce (1921-1935) [Clymer, p.209.] [Rolls Royce]
*Roman (1909) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Romer (1921) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Roosevelt (1929-1930)
*Roper (1860-1896) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Ross Steamer (1905-1909)
*Ross (1915-1918)
*Rotary (1921-1923) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.209.]
*Rovena (1926) [From Kansas City, Missouri, supposedly front-wheel drive. Clymer, p.209.]
*Royal Electric (1904-1905; Royal Princess 1904-1905) [Royal Princess was the gasoline-powered car.]
*Royal Tourist (1904-1911) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Rubay (see Leon Rubay) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Rugby (1920s)
*Rushmobile (see Brecht) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Russell (1903-1904) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Rutenber (1902)
*Ruxton (1929-1930)
*R&V Knight (1920-1924) [Clymer, p.209.]


*Saginaw (1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Salisbury (1895) [A tricycle. Clymer, p.8.] ["Horseless Age" 1895.]
*Salter (1909-1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Salvador (1914)
*Sampson (1904, 1911)
*Sandusky (1902-1904) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Santos Dumont (1902-1904) [Clymer, p.209. Same as Dumont (automobile company) By Alberto Santos-Dumont?]
*Savage (1914) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Saxon (1913-1923)
*Sayers (1917-1924) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Schacht (1904-1913)
*Schaum (1901-1905)
*Schoening (1895) [Clymer, p.8.] ["Horseless Age" 1895.]
*Scott (1900-1901, 1903) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Scott (1901-1904)
*Scott (1902-1903)
*Scott (1908)
*Scott-Newcomb (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Scripps-Booth (1913-1923)
*Seagrave (1914) [Clymer, p.209. By Henry Seagrave?]
*Searchmont (1900-1903) [Keystone] [Clymer, p.25.]
*Sears (1905-1915) [Clymer, pp.90 & 209.]
*Sebring (1910-1912) [Clymer, p.209. Distinct from the Chrysler.]
*Sekine (1923) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Selden (1907-1914)
*Sellers (1909-1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Senator (1907-1910)
*Senator (1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Seneca (1917-1924) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Serpentina (1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Serrifile (1921-1922) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Seven Little Buffaloes (1909) [Built in Buffalo, New York. Clymer, p.5.]
*Severin (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.209.]
*S.G.V. (1911-1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Shad-Wyck (1917-1923)
*Shain (see Rockaway) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Sharon (1915) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Sharp (1908-1910) [Built by William H. Sharp , who called it the Arrow. Clymer, p.88.]
*Shaum (see Schaum) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Shaw (1920-1921)
*Shawmobile (1908-1930)
*Shawmut (1906-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Shelby (1903) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Sheridan (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Shoemaker (1906-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Sibley (1910-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Sibley-Curtiss (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Signet (see Fenton) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Silent-Knight (1905-1907) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Silent Sioux (see Fawick Flyer) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Silver (1914-1919)
*Silver-Knight (Silver model) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Simms (1920) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Simplex (1907-1919) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Simplicity (1907-1911) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Simplicity SIx (1920)
*Simplo (1908-1909)
*Simonds (1893) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Sinclair-Scott (1904-circa 1907)
*Singer (1914-1920) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Single Center (1906-1908)
*Sintz (1899-1904)
*S-J-R (1915-1916) (see Salvador) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Skelton (1920-1922) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Skene (1900-1901)
*S&M (1913) [Clymer, p.209.]
*S&M Simplex (1904-1907)
*Smith (1902-1917; Great Smith 1907-1911)
*Smith & Mabley (see S&M Simplex) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Smith Flyer (1915-1919)
*S-N (see Scott-Newcomb) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Snyder (1900)
*Snyder (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Snyder (1914)
*Sommer (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Sommer (1910-1911)
*South Bend (1913-1914)
*Southern (1906-1908) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Southern Six (1920)
*Sovereign (1906-1907) [Clymer, p.209.]
*Spacke (1919) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Spartan (1910) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Spaulding (1902-1903)
*Spaulding (1910-1916) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Special (1904) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Speedway (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Speedwell (1907-1914)
*Spencer (1914)
*Spencer (1921-1922) [Distinct from Spencer (steam automobile company). Clymer, p.210.]
*Spencer (1923)
*Spencer Steamer (1862, 1901-1902) [Distinct from Spencer (automobile company). Clymer, pp.23 & 210.]
*Sperry Electric (1898-1901)
*Sphynx (or Sphinx) (1914-1916) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Spoerer (1908-1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Springer (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Springfield (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Springfield (1907-1910)
*Sprite (1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Squier (1899) [Clymer, p.23.]
*S.R.K. (1915)
*S & S (1924-1929)
*S.S.E. (1914-1917) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stafford (1908-1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stammobile (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Standard (1904-1908)
*Standard (1912-1923)
*Standard Six (1909-1910)
*Standard 8 (see Standard) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Standard Electrique (or Standard Electric) (1911-1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Standard Steam Car (1920-1921) [One of two companies with this name. Clymer, p.210.]
*Stanley (1907-1910) [Distinct from Stanley Steamer. Clymer, p.210.]
*Stanley (1910-1911)
*Stanley Steam Car (1906) [Distinct from Stanley Steamer. Clymer, p.210.]
*Stanley Steamer (1897-1927)
*Stanley Whitney (1899) (see McKay) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stanton (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Stanwood (1920-1922)
*Star (1902-1904)
*Star (1907-1908)
*Star (1908-1909) [Clymer, p.210. ]
*Star (1922-1928) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Starin (1903-1904) [Clymer, p.210.]
*States (1916-1918) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Static Super (1923) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Staver (1907-1914)
*Steamobile (1900-1902)
*Stearns (1898-1911; Stearns-Knight 1912-1929)
*Stearns Electric (1899-1900; Stearns Steamer 1901-1903) [Clymer, p.210. Distinct from Stearns (automobile).]
*Steco (1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Steel Swallow (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Steinhart Jensen (1908) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Steinmetz Electric (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stephens (1917-1924) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Sterling (1909-1911) [One of three companies by this name. Clymer, p.210.]
*Sterling (1915-1916) [One of three companies by this name. Clymer, pp.23 & 210.]
*Sterling-Knight (1920-1926) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Sterling-New York (1916)
*Stevens-Duryea (1901-1915,1919-1927)
*Stewart Business Wagon (1895) ["Horseless Age" 1895.] [Clymer, p.8. Not to be confused with the Jag.]
*Stewart-Coats (1922)
*Stickney Motorette (1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stilson (1907-1909) [Clymer, p.210.]
*St. Joe (1908) [Clymer, p.210.]
*St. Louis (1899-1907) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stoddard-Dayton (1904-1913)
*Storck Steamer (1901-1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Storms Electric (1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stout Scarab (1932-1946)
*Strathmore (1899-1901) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Stratton (1909) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Stratton-Bliss (1922)
*Streator (see Halladay) [Originally Erie, later Barley Motor Car Co..]
*Stringer (1899-1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Strobel & Martin (see S&M) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Strong & Rogers Electric (1900-1901) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Strouse (see S.R.K.) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Studebaker (1902-1966)
*Studebaker-Garford (1903-1911) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Sturges Electric (see Morrison Electric) [Clymer, pp.38 & 210.]
*Sturtevant (1905-1907) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Stutz (1911-1935)
*Stutz (1968-1987)
*Stuyvesant (1911-1912) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Suburban (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with the Dodge, Plymouth, Studebaker, Nash, Chevrolet, or GMC.]
*Sultan (1908-1912) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Summit (1907-1909) [Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with the equipment company.]
*Success (1906-1909) [Clymer,p.52.]
*Sun (1916-1917)
*Sun (1921-1922)
*Sunset (1900-1913) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Super-Steamer (1918-1919) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Superior (1902) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Superior (1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Supreme (1917-1922) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Synnestvedt Electric (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Syracuse (1899-1903) [Clymer, p.210.]

T


*Tarkington (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Taunton (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Taunton (1904-1905)
*Templar (1917-1924) [Clymer, p.190, locates them in Cleveland.]
*Templeton-Dubrie (1910) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Terraplane (1932-1939)
*Terwilliger (see Empire Steamer) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Tex (1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Texan (1920-1922) [Clymer, pp.170 & 210.]
*Texas (1902) [Clymer, pp.170 & 210. ]
*Texmobile (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Thomas (1902-1919)
*Thomas-Detroit (1906-1908) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Thompson (1901-1907) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Thompson Electric (1901)
*Thomson (1900-1903)
*Thorobred (1901) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Thresher Electric (1900) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tiffany Electric (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tiger (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tincher (1903-1909)
*Tinkham (1898-1899) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Toledo (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.22; Kimes, pp.737 & 1425]
*Tonawanda (see Towanda Electric) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Torbensen (1902-1906) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Towanda Electric (1902-1904)
*Touraine (1912-1916) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tourist (1902-1910) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tractmobile (1900-1902) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Trask-Detroit (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Traveler (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Traveler (1910-1911)
*Traveler (1913-1914)
*Traveler (1924-1925)
*Trebert (1907-1908) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tribune (1913) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tribune (1917)
*Tricolet (1904-1906)
*Trimoto (or Tri-Motor) (1900-1901) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Trinity Steamer (see Keene Steamobile) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Triumph Electric (1900-1901)
*Triumph (1907-1912) [Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with the sportscar or the motorcycle.]
*Trumbull (1914-1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Tucker (1946-1949)
*Tulsa (1918-1922) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Twin City (1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Twombly (1910-1911)
*Twombly (1913-1915)
*Twyford (1899-1902, 1904-1907) [Clymer, p.210.]

U


*US Automobile (1899-1901)
*Union (1902-1905)
*Union (1905)
*Union (1908-1909)
*Union (1916)
*United (1914)
*United (1919-1920) [Clymer, p.210.]
*United States (1899-1903) [Clymer, p.210.]
*United States Long Distance (see Long Distance) [Clymer, p.210.]
*United States Motor (1910-1913)
*Unito (1908-1910) [Based in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190.]
*Universal (1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Upton (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Upton (1905-1907)
*Upton (1914)
*U.S. Runabout (1907-1908)

V


*Van (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Van Wagoner (1899-1900)
*Vaughan (1910-1914)
*Vaughn (1909) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Vaughn (1912)
*Vaughn (1921-1923)
*Vaughn [Later Corwin Manufacturing Company. Clymer, p.158.]
*V.E. (or V.E.C.) Electric (1901-1906) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Velie (1908-1929)
*Vernon (1918-1921) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Vickers (1910-1911)
*Victor (1905-1911) [Distinct from Victor (steam automobile company). Clymer, p.210.]
*Victor (1913-1917)
*Victor Cyclecar (1914-1915)
*Victor Steamer (1899-1903) [Clymer, pp.23. Distinct from Victor (automobile company).]
*Victor Page (1921-1923)
*Victory (1920-1921) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Viking (1907-1908) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.210.]
*Viking (1929-1931) [One of two companies by this name. Clymer, p.210.]
*Vim (1914) [Clymer, p.5.]
*Virginian (1911-1912)
*Vixen (1914-1916) [Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153.]
*Voiturette (see Car-Nation) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Vulcan (1913-1915) [Built in Painesvile, Ohio. Clymer, p.135.]

W


*Waco (1915-1917) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wagenhals (1910-1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wahl (1913-1914) [Detroit-based builder of "generic" cars without badges so dealers could badge them as desired. Clymer, p.146.]
*Waldron (1908-1911) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Walker (1905-1906) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wall (1900-1903) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Walter (1902-1909) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Waltham (1898-1902) [Clymer, p.22.]
*Waltham (1905-1908, 1922)
*Waltham-Orient (see Waltham and Orient) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Walther (1903) [Clymer, p.210. Not to be confused with the pistol.]
*Walworth (1904-1905) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Ward (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.210. Distinct from Ward (electric automobile company)]
*Ward Electric (1914-1916) [Clymer, p.210. Distinct from Ward (automobile company)]
*Ware Steam Wagon (1861-1867)
*Warner (1903-1906)
*Warren (1905)
*Warren (1910-1913) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Warwick (1901-1905) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Washington (1902) [Clymer, pp.170 & 210.]
*Washington (1909-1912)
*Washington (1921-1924)
*Wasp (1919-1924) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Waterloo (1903-1905) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Watrous (1905) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Watt (1910) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Waukesha (1906-1910) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Waverley Electric (1898-1903, 1909-1916) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wayne (1904-1908)
*Webb Jay (1908) [Clymer, p.23.]
*Welch (1903-1911) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Welch-Detroit (1910-1911)
*Welch-Marquette (see Marquette)
*Welch-Pontiac (1909-1911)
*Westcott (1909-1925)
*Westfield (1901-1903) [Clymer, p.23.]
*WFS (1911-1912) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Whaley-Henriette (1898-1900) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wharton (1922-1923) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Whippet (1927-1931) [Clymer, p.170.]
*White Steamer (1900-1909) [Clymer, p.210.]
*White (1902-1981)
*White Star (1909-1911) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Whiting (1910-1912) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Whitney (1896-1900) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Whitney (1899-1905)
*Wichita (1920-1921)
*Wick (1902-1903) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wilcox (1909-1910) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wildman (1902) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wills Sainte Claire (1921-1927)
*Willys (1916-1918, 1930-1942, 1953-1963)
*Willys-Knight (1914-1933)
*Willys-Overland (1912-1953)
*Wilson (1903-1905)
*Windsor (1906)
*Windsor (1929-1930)
*Wing (1922) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Winther (1921-1923) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Winton (1896-1924)
*Wisco (1910)
*Witt (1910)
*Wizard (1914) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wizard Junior (1920-1921)
*Wolfe (1907-1909) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wolverine (1904-1906) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wolverine (1910)
*Wolverine (1917-1919)
*Wolverine (1927-1928) [Built by Reo.]
*Wonder (see Kansas City) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Woodruff (1902-1904) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Woods Electric (1899-1916; Woods Dual Power 1917-1918) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Woods Mobilette (1913-1916) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Woodworth (circa 1905)
*Worth (1906-1910) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Wyeth (1912-1913)

X

*Xenia (1914)

Y

*Yale (1902-1905)
*Yale (1916-1918)
*Yankee (1910)
*Yates (1914) [Supposedly from Toledo, Ohio. Clymer, p.210.]
*Yellow (1915-1930)
*York (1905) [Clymer, p.210.]

Z

*Zent (1900-1902, 1904-1906) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Zentmobile (1903) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Zimmerman (1908-1915) [Clymer, p.210.]
*Zip (1913-1914) [Clymer, p.210.]

Notes

ources

*Automobile Quarterly (eds.). "The American Car Since 1775". Kutztown, PA: Automobile Quarterly, Inc., 1971.
*Clymer, Floyd. "Treasury of Early American Automobiles, 1877-1925". New York: Bonanza Books, 1950.
*Kimes, Beverly Rae, and Clark, Henry Austin, Jr. "The Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805-1942" (3rd edition). Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 1996.

ee also

*List of American truck manufacturers


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