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1902 Oldsmobile Runabout Model R. - (Oldsmobile Motors division of General Motors, Lansing, Michigan 1897- 2004)

1906 Winton. The Winton Motor Carriage Company was a pioneer United States automobile manufacturer based in Cleveland, Ohio. Winton was one of the first American companies to sell a motor car.

1904 Franklin Model Type B Light Tonneau (Franklin Automobile Company, Syracuse, New York 1902-1934)

1903 Crestmobile Model D Two Passenger Runabout - Brass Era Automobile

The Marr Autocar was an automobile built in Elgin, Illinois by the Marr Auto-Car Company from 1903-1904. The Marr was a two-seater runabout with a single-cylinder 1.7L engine, that was mounted under the seat. The vehicle had a tilt steering wheel and an overhead valve engine. Unfortunately the plant burnt to the ground in August 1904 with 14 cars inside. Only one Marr Auto-Car exists today. The car was designed by early automobile pioneer Walter L. Marr the first Chief Engineer for Buick

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