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1903 Century Tourist-Century Motor Vehicle Co.  Syracuse, 1903 began building the Century Steam Cars in Syracuse, NY about 1899. 1903 Century Tourist had a roomy body, with a wide comfortable seat, a long wheelbase, tiller steering and Century spring suspension. It was equipped with a single cylinder water cooled engine rated at 7 horsepower. Transmission had two speeds forward and reverse, plus a chain drive.it could be equipped Dos-A-Dos.

American Automobiles - The Century Tourist Automobile & The Century Motor Vehicle Co. of Syracuse, NY 1903

Deal-The Deal was an automobile manufactured at the J.J. Deal and Son Carriage Factory in Jonesville, Michigan from 1905-11. The vehicle was a small four-seater motor buggy that had solid rubber tires. Jacob J. Deal was a blacksmith who moved Michigan in 1857.Mr. Deal began to manufacture a small number of lumber and heavy wagons. Mr. Deal then sold his blacksmith shop in 1865 and erected two small buildings across the street and began manufacturing wagons and carriages.

Deal-The Deal was an automobile manufactured at the J.J. Deal and Son Carriage Factory in Jonesville, Michigan from 1905-11. The vehicle was a small four-seater motor buggy that had solid rubber tires. Jacob J. Deal was a blacksmith who moved Michigan in 1857.Mr. Deal began to manufacture a small number of lumber and heavy wagons. Mr. Deal then sold his blacksmith shop in 1865 and erected two small buildings across the street and began manufacturing wagons and carriages.

1905 Covert Touring Car- The Covert Motor Vehicle Co. Lockport, NY 1905-1907 . His light model A Runabout needed no introduction in 1905. It was the same automobile built from 1901 to 1904 as the Covert Motorette. The Covert side entrance Touring Car was light and powerful with it's four cylinder 20-24 horsepower engine. It had a three speed sliding gear transmission and was shaft driven like the Runabout.

American Automobiles - The Covert Automobile & The Covert Motor Vehicle Co. of Lockport, NY

1905 Barnhart Touring Car The Barnhart was a large double side entrance Touring Car with a 110 inch wheelbase. It was equipped with a four cylinder engine rated at 44 horsepower. Special features included three speed transmission, shaft drive, automatic control by which one or more cylinders could be cut out of service and 34 x 4 1/2 inch wheels and tires.

American Automobiles - The Barnhart Automobile and The Warren Automobile Co. of Warren, PA 1905

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