1897 Deal Buggy Company
1903 Curved Dash Oldsmobile
1907 Chase Truck - Chase Motor Truck Company started
production in 1907 in Syracuse, New York, of a one-ton truck with an
air-cooled, three-cylinder, two-cycle engine. The company was defunct
by 1919. This unit was converted to parade duty.
1907 International Auto-Buggy - Only 73 were built first year of production
1909 Schacht Runabout Model K.
Schacht was an American manufacturer in Cincinnati, Ohio of
automobile, trucks and fire trucks from 1904 to 1940. Production
of automobiles was from 1904 to 1914 with over 8,000 automobiles
produced. The company was renamed the G.A. Schacht Motor Truck Company
and production of trucks and fire trucks continued until 1940.
1910 Auto-Bug - Has incorrect lamps and altered steering wheel
1911 Brush Runabout
Brush Motor Car Company (1907-1909), was based in Highland
Park, Michigan. The company was founded by A. P. Brush who designed a
light car with a wooden chassis (actually, wooden rails and iron
cross-members), friction drive transmission and "underslung" coil
springs in tension instead of compression on both sides of each axle.
Power was provided by a large single-cylinder water-cooled engine.
1911 Cyclecar - Has Harley Davidson engine
1918 Chevrolet "Royal Mail"