American Simplex Billed as "a motor-car symphony", the American Simplex was an American automobile manufactured in Mishawaka, Indiana, USA, from 1906 to 1915 by the Simplex Motor Car Company; the company shorten...
American Tri-Car The American Tri-Car was made by the Tri-Car Co of America, Denver, Colorado, United States in 1912.
American Underslung The American Underslung was an American automobile, the brainchild of Harry Stutz and designer Fred Tone, manufactured in Indianapolis from 1905 to 1914 by American Motor Car Company.
Ames (automobile) The Ames Originally established in 1881 by Frederick A. Ames, as a buggy manufacturer and later revised itself as an American automobile manufacturer in Owensboro, Kentucky from “1910 to 1925.
Ampère (car) The Ampère was a French automobile built at Billancourt from 1906 to 1909.
Anasagasti The Anasagasti was the first automobile to be built in Argentina; it was manufactured by Horacio Anasagasti of Buenos Aires from 1912 to 1914.
Anchor Buggy The Anchor Buggy was a short-lived United States automobile manufacturer; the High wheeler was manufactured by the Anchor Buggy and Carriage Company in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States in 1...
Anderson Electric The Anderson Electric was a fairly expensive French electric car with five speeds and Edison batteries; the car was only manufactured in 1912, and was shown at the Paris Salon of that year.
Anglian automobile The Anglian was an English tricar manufactured in Beccles, Suffolk from 1905 to 1907.
Anglo-Dane The Anglo-Dane was a Danish automobile manufactured by H. C. Fredriksen of Copenhagen from 1902 to 1917.
Ansaldi Ansaldi was an Italian automobile manufacturer founded in Milan in 1904 by Michele Ansaldi an engineer, designer and industrialist. The only car they produced was sold as the F.I.A.T. Brevetti after the company was taken over in 1905.
Ansbach (automobile) The Ansbach was a German automobile manufactured from 1910 to of Faun, a company well known for its trucks and buses.
Apollo (1910 automobile) The Apollo was a German automobile manufactured by Ruppe & Son of Apolda in Thuringia from 1910 to 1927; the company had previously offered a car called the Piccolo.
Apperson The Apperson was a brand of American automobile manufactured from 1901 to 1926 in Kokomo, Indiana.
Ardsley (automobile) The Ardsley was a short-lived American automobile designed by W. S. Howard and manufactured from 1905 to 1906; the car was a 10/15hp four.
Argus (automobile) The Argus was a German automobile manufactured by Internationale Automobilzentrale KG Jeannin & Co from 1902 to 1904, then Argus Motoren-Gesellschaft Jeannin & Co from 1904 to 1906, and then Arg...
Arista (1912 automobile) Arista is the name of two not related French automobiles, built from 1912-1915, and 1956-1967, respectively.
Armadale (automobile) The Armadale was an English automobile manufactured from 1906 to 1907 by Armadale Motors Ltd, Northwood, Middlesex, then Northwood Motor & Engineering Works, also of Northwood.
Arno (automobile) The Arno was an English automobile manufactured in Coventry only in 1908; the car, which featured a 25hp White and Poppe engine and shaft drive, was introduced at that year's Stanley Show.
Astra Clément-Bayard Astra Clément-Bayard was established in 1908 by French industrialist Adolphe Clément-Bayard, to manufacture Airships at a new factory in La Motte-Breuil in response to a French Army decision to ...
Clément Cycles Clément Cycles was a French bicycle manufacturer that was founded by the industrial entrepreneur Adolphe Clément-Bayard (née Clément).
Clément Motor Company Clément Motor Company was established in 1906 by Adolphe Clément-Bayard in Coventry, England, to build Gladiator cars, sometimes known as Clément-Gladiators, under licence.
Clément-Bayard Clément-Bayard was a French manufacturer of automobiles, aeroplanes and airships founded in 1903 by the entrepreneur Adolphe Clément-Bayard (née Adolphe Clément).
Clément-Garrard Clément-Garrard was a popular motorised cycle from 1902 that was manufactured in Birmingham, Great Britain, under licence from Adolphe Clément-Bayard's Clément-Gladiator industrial empire.
Clément-Panhard Clément-Panhard was a type of auto-mobile manufactured from 1898.
Clément-Rothschild Carrosserie Clément-Rothschild produced a series of Clément-Rothschild bodied automobiles in 1902, based on the Panhard-Levassor 7 hp chassis.
Clément-Stirling Clément-Stirling was a type of auto-mobile manufactured from 1898.
Clément-Talbot Clément-Talbot was an Anglo-French motor vehicle manufacturer based in Ladbroke Grove, London, that traded from 1902 for approximately one year, whence the cars became known as Talbots.
Lexington (automobile) The Lexington was an automobile manufactured in Connersville, Indiana, from 1910 to 1927.
Locomobile Company of America The Locomobile Company of America was an automobile manufacturer founded in 1899. For the first two years it was located in Watertown, Massachusetts, but production was transferred to Bridgeport, Connecticut, during 1900, where it remained until the company's demise in 1929.
Lorraine-Dietrich Lorraine-Dietrich was a French automobile and aircraft engine manufacturer from 1896 until 1935, created when railway locomotive manufacturer Société Lorraine des Anciens Etablissments de D...
Lozier The Lozier Motor Company was a brass era producer of automobiles in the United States of America.
Luverne (automobile) Luverne was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1904 to 1917.
Maxwell automobile The Maxwell was a brand of automobiles manufactured in the United States of America from about 1904 to 1925.
McIntyre Automobile The McIntyre Company started as the W. H. Kiblinger Company in 1887, manufacturing buggies.
Metz Company The Metz Company was a pioneer brass era automobile maker established by Charles Herman Metz in Waltham, Massachusetts, from ca.1908 to 1922.
Michele Ansaldi Michele Ansaldi was an Italian automobile engineer, designer and industrialist.
Midland Motor Company Midland Motor Company was a pioneering American brass era automobile manufacturer in Moline, Illinois.
Model Automobile Company The Model Automobile Company was a veteran American automobile company located in Peru, Indiana.
Monroe (automobile) The Monroe was a Brass Era and vintage car built in Flint, Michigan (1914-1916), Pontiac, Michigan (1916-1918), and Indianapolis, Indiana (1918-1923).
National Motor Vehicle Company The National Motor Vehicle Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles in Indianapolis, Indiana between 1900 and 1924.
Orient (automobile) Waltham Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of bicycles, motorcycles, motorized tricycles and quadricycles, Buckboards, and automobiles under the brand names of Orient, Waltham, and...
Owen Magnetic The Owen Magnetic was an American brand of hybrid electric luxury automobiles manufactured between 1915 and 1922.
Packard Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana.
Parry Auto Company The Parry and New Parry were both types of "Brass era" cars built in Indianapolis, Indiana by the Parry Auto Company.
Peerless Peerless was a United States automobile produced by the Peerless Motor Company of Cleveland, Ohio from 1900 to 1931.
Pope-Toledo The Pope-Toledo was one of the makes of the Pope Motor Car Company founded by Colonel AA Pope, and was a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Toledo, Ohio between 1903 and 1909.
Premier Motor Manufacturing Premier Motor Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of automobiles in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, between 1903 and 1926.
Puckridge (automobile) The Puckridge is a cyclecar built in 1904 in Port Lincoln, South Australia by bicycle maker F. B. Puckridge.
Rainier Motor Car Company Rainier Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturer founded in 1905 by John T. Rainier in Flushing, New York.
Rambler (automobile) Rambler was an automobile brand name used by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company between 1900 and 1914, then by its successor, Nash Motors from 1950 to 1954, and finally by Nash's successor, American Motors Corporation from 1954 to 1969.
Rochet-Schneider Rochet-Schneider was a French company, baseed in Lyons, that produced automobiles between 1894 and 1932.
Royal Motor Company Royal Motor Car Company was a Brass Era manufacturer of automobiles in Cleveland, Ohio, in business from 1904 to 1911.
S.P.A. (automobile) S.P.A., was an Italian automobile, military vehicle and aero-engine manufacturer founded in Turin by Matteo Ceirano and Michele Ansaldi. It was active between 1906 and 1926.
Scripps-Booth Scripps-Booth was a United States automobile company based in Detroit, Michigan, which produced motor vehicles from 1913 through 1923.
Sizaire-Naudin Sizaire et Naudin was a French automobile manufacturer located on the northern side of central Paris, at 52 rue Victor-Hugo in Courbevoie, between 1903 and 1921.
Smith Automobile Company The Smith Automobile Company of Topeka, Kansas was an early United States automobile manufacturing company which produced the Veracity, Smith, and Great Smith lines of automobi...
Società Torinese Automobili Rapid Società Torinese Automobili Rapid, also known as S.T.A.R. and Rapid, was an Italian car manufacturer founded by Giovanni Battista Ceirano in Turin in July 1904. Rapid was its trademark.
Società Torinese Rapid Cars Società Torinese Rapid Cars, also known as S.T.A.R. Rapid Cars, was an Italian car manufacturer founded by Giovanni Battista Ceirano in Turin in July 1904. Rapid was its trademark.
Speedwell Motor Car Company The Speedwell Motor Car Company was an early United States automobile manufacturing company established by Pierce Davies Schenck that produced cars from 1907 to 1914.
St. Louis Motor Company St. Louis Motor Carriage Company was a manufacturer of automobiles at 1211–13 North Vandeventer Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri founded by George Preston Dorris (later credited with developing and...
Staver The Staver was an American automobile manufactured at 76th and Wallace Streets in Chicago, Illinois, by the Staver Carriage Company from 1907 until 1914.
Stearns (automobile) F. B. Stearns and Company (later F.B. Stearns Company) was an American manufacturer of luxury cars in Cleveland, Ohio marketed under the brand names Stearns and Stearns-Knight.
Stevens-Duryea Stevens-Duryea was an American manufacturer of automobiles in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts between 1901 and 1915 and from 1919 to 1927.
Stoddard-Dayton Stoddard-Dayton was a high quality car manufactured by Dayton Motor Car Company in Dayton, Ohio, USA, between 1905 and 1913.
Studebaker-Garford Studebaker-Garford was an automobile produced jointly by the Garford Company of Elyria, Ohio and the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana from 1904 through 1911.
Success Automobile Manufacturing Company The Success Automobile Manufacturing Company was a brass era United States automobile manufacturer, located at 532 De Ballviere Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, in 1906.
Sun (automobile) The Sun automobile was made in Elkhart, Indiana from 1916 to 1917, and in Toledo, Ohio from 1921 to 1922.
Thomas Motor Company E. R. Thomas Motor Company was a manufacturer of motorized bicycles, motorized tricycles, motorcycles, and automobiles in Buffalo, New York between 1900 and 1919.
Thrige (automobile) The Thrige was a Danish automobile manufactured in Odense between 1911 to 1917 by the Thomas B. Thrige company.
Vulcan (automobile company) Vulcan Manufacturing Company was a brass era American automobile manufacturer based in Painesville, Ohio, founded in 1914.