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    1921 Climber Model 6-50 Four Door Touring car. Climber Motor Corp. Little Rock, Ar.1919-1924

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    • Bill Kennedy

      1921 Climber Model 6-50 Four Door Touring car. Climber Motor Corp. Little Rock, Ar.1919-1924

    • Bob Zetnick

      1921 Climber Model 6-50 Four Door Touring - The Climber Motor Corporation, Arkansas’ only automobile manufacturer, was incorporated in 1919 in Little Rock. Founders, William Drake, Clarence Roth, and Davis Hopson, envisioned a car that could drive well on pavement as well as on unimproved roads and that could handle the terrain of the Ozark Mountains as well as the flat stretches of road found in the Delta. Parts shortages and the recession of the early 20's were the marque's demise in 1924.

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