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American Roadster
The American Motor Car Company produced many of the most exciting cars in the early sports car revolution. Read More
Argonne
This firm, based out of Jersey City, NJ, survived for only 2 years. Although they had a full line of conventional cars, they also advertised a sports car. Read More
Special Cup Racer
The Apperson Motorcar Company was known to produce high-quality cars such as the "Jackrabbit" and "Big Dick". It survived from 1902 until 1926. Read More
Amplex
Not much is known about the Amplex Motor Car Company of New York City except they built a line of impressive “valveless”, “self cranking” cars through 1910. Read More
44 50 Fore Door Battleship Roadster
The Abbott-Detroit Motor Company was founded in 1909 with the intention of producing high-quality motorcars. Within ten years, they would close. Read More