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Re: Nebuchadnezzar post# 54143
Post # of 57975 
A List of 1000 car companies the Government of the United States allowed into bankruptcy..lolololol

GM and Ford are next and Tesla will acquire there assets. ! Hope you make money shorting them both !


A Automobile Company (1910–1913)
'Blue & Gold' model[1]
Abbott-Detroit (1909–1918)
Moved to Cleveland and renamed to 'Abbott' in 1917.[2]
Abeln-Zehr (1911–1912)
Renamed to 'Zehr' after departure of S. Abeln in 1912.[3]
AC Propulsion (1997–2003)
tzero model
Apex Motor Car Company (1920–1922)
Ace model
Acme Motor Car Company (1903–1911)
Adams Company (1905–1912)
'Adams-Farwell' model
Anger Engineering Company (1913–1915)[4]
Aerocar Company (1905–1908)
Aerocar International (1946–1987)
Aircraft Products (1947)
Airscoot model
Airway (1949–1950)[5]
Ajax Motors Co. (1914–1915)
Based in Seattle
Ajax Motor Vehicle Company (1901–1903)
Based in New York City
Aland Motor Car Company (1916–1917)
Albany Automobile Company (1907–1908)
Alden Sampson Company (1904)
Sampson model
Albaugh-Dover Co. (1910–1911)
Also known as Aldo
All-Steel Motor Car Co. (1915–1916)
Allen Motor Company (1913–1922)
Based in Ohio[6]
Allen Iron & Steel Company (1913–1914)
Based in Philadelphia[7]
Alpena Motor Company (1910–1914)[8]
Alter Motor Car Company (1914–1917)
Altham (1896–1899)
Alcoa (1920–1922)
'Aluminum' model[9]
Amalgamated Machinery Corp (1917–1919)
Ambassador (1921–1925)[10][11]
American Automobile Manufacturing Company (1911–1912)[10]
Jonz and American models. Based in Indiana.
American Automobile and Power Company (1904–1905)
Populaire model
American Automobile Co. (1899–1901)[10]
Based in New York
American Cyclecar Co. (1914)[10]
American Austin (1929–1941)
Renamed to 'American Bantam' in 1935[10]
American Beauty (1918–1920)[12]
American Electric (1913–1914)
Based in Michigan
American Electric Vehicle Co. (1896–1902)
Based in Chicago
American Locomotive Automobile Company (1908–1913)[10]
Also known as Alco
American Mercedes (1904–1907)
American Metal Wheel & Auto Co (1907)
Juvenile model
American Mors (1906–1909)[10]
American Motor Car Company (1906–1914)
American Motor Carriage Co. (1902–1904)[10]
American Motor Vehicle Co. (1916–1920)
Junior model
American Motors (1954–1987)
Also known as AMC
American Motors Co. (1906–1924)[10][13]
Balanced Six model. Based in New Jersey
American Motors Incorporated (1917–1922)
Amco model. Based in New York
American Power Carriage (1899–1900)[10]
American Simplex (1906–1913)
Renamed to Amplex in 1910
American Steam Automobile Co. (1924–1931)
Based in Massachusetts
American Steam Truck Co. (1922–1924)
Based in Illinois
American Voiturette (1913–1914)[3]
Car-Nation models
American Waltham (1898–1899)
American Wheelock[14][when?]
Ames, F.A. Co. (1910–1922)
Renamed to 'Ames Body Corporation' in 1915[10][15]
Ams-Sterling (1917)[10]
Anchor Buggy & Carriage Co. (1910–1911)
Anderson Automobile Co. (1916–1925)[10]
Anderson Carriage Manufacturing Co. (1907–1910)[16]
Anderson Machine Co. (1906)[16]
Anger Engineering Company (1912–1915)[17]
Also known as A.E.C.
Angus (1907–1910)[10]
Fuller model
Anheuser-Busch (1905)[18]
Built in St. Louis by the beer company
Anhut (1909–1910)[19]
Ansted (1926–1927)
Ansted-Lexington (1922)
Anthony (1899–1900)[10]
Apperson (1902–1926)
Apple Automobile Company (1917–1918)
Arabian (1915–1917)[20]
ArBenz (1911–1918)[10]
Ardsley Motor Car Co. (1905–1906)
Argo Electric Vehicle Co. (1912–1916)
Based in Saginaw, Michigan.
Argo Motor Co. (1914–1916)
Based in Jackson, Michigan.
Ariel Company (1905–1907)
Aristos[10][when?]
Armstrong Electric (1885–1902)
Arnolt, S.H. Inc. (1953–1954)[5]
Artzberger (1904)[21]
Atlas Automobile Co. (1906–1907)
Based in Pittsburgh
Atlas Motor Car Co. (1907–1913)
Based in Massachusetts. Renamed to 'Atlas-Knight' in 1912.
Auburn Automobile Co. (1900–1936)
Based in Indiana
Auburn Motor Chassis (1912–1915)[22]
Aultman (1901)
Aurora Automobile Co. (1905–1906)[10][22]
Formerly 'Aurora Carriage Top Company'
Aurora Automatic Machinery Co. (1907–1909)[22]
Austen[10][when?]
Austin Automobile Company (1901–1921)[10]
Auto-Bug (1909–1910)[10]
Auto Cub (1956)
Auto Cycle (1906–1907)[10]
Auto Dynamic (1900–1902)[10]
Autoette Electric Car Co. (1948–1970)
Automatic Transportation Co. (1921)[10]
Automobile Fore Carriage (1900)[23]
Automobile Voiturette[10][when?]
Automotor (1901–1904)[10]
Autoparts Manufacturing Co. (1910)
King-Remick model
Auto Tricar (1914)[10]
Auto Vehicle[10][when?]
Avanti Motor Co. (1963–2007)
Avery Company (1891-1928) Tractor, truck and car manufacturer
B[edit]
Babcock, H.H. Company (1909–1913)[10]
Babcok Electric Carriage Co. (1906–1912)
Baby Moose (1914)
Bachelle Electric (1900–1903)[10]
Bacon (1901, 1919–1920)[10]
Badger (1910–1911)[24]
Based in Wisconsin
Bailey (1907–1910)[10]
Baker Electric (1899–1916)[25]
Based in Cleveland
Balboa (1924–1925)[10]
Baldner (1900–1903)[10]
Baldwin (1899–1901)[10]
Ball Steam (1868, 1902)[10]
Balzer (1894–1900)
Banker (1905)[10]
Bantam (1914)[12]
Distinct from American Bantam
Barbarino (1923–1925)[10]
Barley Motor Car Co. (1916–1929)
Barrows Electric (1895–1899)[26]
Bates Automobile Company (1904–1905)
Bauer (1914–1916)[10][where?]
Bay State (1907–1908)[10]
Bean-Chamberlain Manufacturing Co. (1901–1902)
Hudson model
Beardsley (1914–1917)[10]
Beechcraft (1946)[5]
Beggs (1919–1923)[10]
Belden (1907–1911)[10]
Bell Motor Car Company (1916–1922)[27]
Based in Pennsylvania
Belmont Electric Auto Co. (1909–1910)
Belmont (1916)[10][where?]
Bendix (1908–1909)[10]
Benham Manufacturing Co. (1914)
Ben Hur (1917–1918)[25]
Based in Cleveland
Benner (1909)[10]
Berg (1903–1905)[2]
Based in Cleveland
Bergdoll (1910–1913)[10]
Berwick Auto Car Co. (1904)
Berkshire (1905–1912)[10]
Berliet[10][when?]
Bertolet (1908–1910)[10]
Bethlehem[18][when?]
Beverly (1904)[10]
Bi-Autogo (1908–1912)[28]
Biddle (1915–1922)
Beisel Motorette Company (1914)
Bimel (1916–1917)[10]
Binghamton Electric (1920)
Binney & Burnham (1901–1902)
Birch Motor Cars (1916–1923)[12]
Birmingham Motors (1921–1923)[10]
Black (1893, 1896–1900)[where?]
Black Motor Company (1908–1910))[29] Renamed to 'Black-Crow' in 1909
Blackhawk (1903)[10]
Blackhawk (1929–1930)
Bliss (1906)
B.L.M. (1906–1907)[10]
Blomstrom (C.H.) Motor Co. (1902–1903)[10][where?]
Blomstrom Manufacturing Co. (1907–1908)[10]
Gyroscope model, based in Michigan.
Blood Brothers Auto and Machine Company (1902–1906)
BMC (1952)[5]
Distinct from the British brand
Boardman (1946)[5]
Bobbi-Kar (1945–1947)[5]
Boisselot (1901)[10]
Borbein Electric (1900, 1904–1909)[10]
Borland Electric (1910–1916)[10]
Boss Steam Car (1897–1909)[30]
Boston-Amesbury (1902–1903)[10]
Boston High Wheel (1907)[10]
Bour-Davis Co. (1915–1922)
Bournonville[10][when?]
Bowman Motor Car Company (1921–1922)[10]
Bramwell (1904–1905)[10][where?]
Bramwell-Robinson (1899–1902)[10][where?]
Brasie (1914–1916)[10]
Brazier (1902–1903)[10]
Brecht (1901–1903)[30]
Brennan (1902–1908)[10]
Brew-Hatcher (1904–1905)
Brewster & Co. (1915–1925, 1934–1937)
Briggs and Stratton (1919–1923)[10]
Smith Flyer model
Briggs-Detroiter Motor Car Co. (1912–1917)
Brightwood[10][when?]
Briscoe Motor Co. (1913–1923)
Bristol (1903–1904)[30]
Broc Electric (1909–1916)[25]
Based in Cleveland
Brogan (1946–1950)[5]
Brook (1920–1921)[10]
Brooks Steamer (1927)[10]
Brown (1914)[10]
Brownie (1916)[31]
Browniekar (1908–1911)[31]
Brush Motor Car Company (1907–1912)
Bryan Steam Car (1918–1923)
Buckeye (1895)[32]
Based in Indiana
Buckmobile (1903–1905)
Buffalo Automobile and Auto-Bi Company (1900–1902)[10]
Buffalo Electric (1912–1915)
Buffum (1901–1907)
Buggy Car Company (1908–1909)[10]
Bugmobile (1907–1909)[33]
Based in Chicago
Burdick (1909)[31]
Burg (1910–1913)[31]
Burns (1908–1912)[31]
Burrows (1914–1915)
Burtt Manufacturing Co. (1902–1906)[10]
Cannon model
Bush (1916–1924)
C[edit]
C-A-C (1914–1915)
Cady Automobile Company (1899)[34]
California (1900–1902, 1910)[35]
Caloric (1903–1904)
Camelot Motors (1981)[34]
Cameron (1903–1920)[36]
Campbell (1918–1919)[31]
Canda (1900–1902)[31]
Cannon (1902–1906)
Cantono Electric (1904–1907)[31]
Car de Luxe (1906–1910)
Carbon Motors Corporation (2003–2013)
Cardway (1923–1924)[31]
Carhart (1871)[31]
Carhartt Automobile Company (1910–1912)
Carlson (1904)[31]
Carrol[31][when?]
Carroll (1908)[31]
Distinct from Carrol
Carroll Six (1921–1922)
Carter Twin-Engine (1907–1908)
Cartercar (1905–1916)
Carthage (1914–1915)[31]
Case (1911–1927)[37]
Based in Wisconsin
C.B (1917–1918)[31]
Ceco (1914–1915)[38]
Based in Chicago
Centaur (1902–1903)[31]
Central (1905–1906)[31]
Century (1900–1903)[31]
'Tourist' model
Century Motor Company (1911–1915)[31]
Renamed to 'Century Electric Car Company' in 1915
Century Steamer (1906)[30]
Cornish-Friedberg Motor Car Co (1907–1909)
Chadwick Engineering Works (1904–1916, 1960)[31]
Chalfant (1905–1912)[31]
Chalmers-Detroit (1908–1914)
Renamed to Chalmers in 1911
Champion (1916)[31]
Chandler (1913–1929)
Chapman Electric (1899–1901)[31]
Charles Abresch Company (1899–circa 1965)
Chase (1907–1912)[31]
Checker Motors Corporation (1922–1982)
Chelsea (1914)[31]
Chicago (1902)[39]
Chicago Electric (1899–1901)[31]
Chicago Motor Buggy (1908)
Chicago Recording Scale Co (1906–1907)
Apollo model
Chicago Steam Car (1905–1907)[31]
Chief (1908)[12]
Christie (1904–1910)[31]
Christman (1901–1905, 1907)[31]
Church-Field (1912–1913)
Church Manufacturing Co (1903–1904)
Lenawee model
Cincinnati Steamer (1903–1904)[30]
CinO (1910–1913)[31]
Citicar (1974–1976)
Clark (1901)[30]
Clark Electric (1903–1905)[31]
Clark & Company (1903–1904)[40]
Clarkmobile model
Classic (1916–1917, 1920)[31]
Cleburne[31][when?]
Clénet Coachworks (1975–1980)
Clermont[30][when?]
Cleveland (1902–1904)[2]
Built in Cleveland
Cleveland (1905–1909)
Cleveland (1914)[2]
Cleveland (1919–1926)[2]
Climber (1919–1924)[41]
Clinton E. Woods Electric (1897–1901)[42]
Clipper (1956)[43][44]
Clough Steamer (1869)[42]
Cloughley (1896–1903)[31]
Club Car (1910–1911)[31]
Clyde Special[31][when?]
Clymer (1908)[33]
Based in Missouri
Coates-Goshen (1908–1910)
Coats Steam Car (1921–1923)
Coda (2009–2013)
Coey-Mitchell Automobile Company (1913–1917)
Coggswell (1910–1911)[31]
Colburn (1906–1911)[45]
Based in Denver
ColbyDenver (1911–1914)[31]
Cole Motor Car Company (1909–1925)[46]
Based in Indianapolis
Colonial Motors Corporation (1921–1922)[31]
Colonial Electric Car Company (1912)
Colt (1907)[47]
Based in New York
Columbia (1897–1913)
Columbian Electric[31][when?]
Columbia Motors (1916–1924)[31]
Columbian Electric (1914–1917)[31]
Distinct from 'Columbia Electric'
Columbus Buggy Company (1907–1908)[31]
Columbus Electric (1903–1915)[48]
Based in Ohio
Comet (1917–1922)[31]
Based in Illinois
Comet (1946–1951)[5]
Commerce (1907–1908)[31]
Commercial Motor Truck Company[49][when?]
Based in Ohio
Commodore Motors Corporation (1921–1922)[31]
Commonwealth (1917–1922)[31]
Commuter Cars (1998)
Comuta-Car (1979–1982)[50]
Conrad (1900–1903)[30]
Continental (1907–1908)
Continental (1914)[51]
Based in Minneapolis and Chicago
Continental (1933–1934)[31]
Continental (1956–1957)
Corbin (1904–1912)
Corbin (1999–2003)
Corbitt (1907–1914)[31]
Cord (1929–1932,1936–1937)
Corinthian (1922–1923)[31]
Cornelian (1914–1915)[31]
Cornish-Friedberg[31][when?]
Correja (1909–1914)
Corwin (1905–1906)[52]
Gas-au-lec model
Cosmopolitan (1907–1910)[31]
Distinct from the Nash Cosmopolitan
Cotta Steam (1901–1903)[30]
Country Club (1903–1904)[31]
Courier (1904–1905)
Courier (1909–1911)[31]
Courier Car Co (1912)
'Clermont' model
Covert (1902–1907)
Coyote Special (1909–1910)
C.R. Patterson and Sons (1915–1939), maker of the Patterson-Greenfield automobile and later buses and trucks.[53]
Craig-Toledo (1907)[31]
Crane (1912–1920)[31]
Renamed to Crane-Simplex in 1915
Crane & Breed (1912–1917)
Crawford (1904–1923)
Crescent (1913–1914)[31]
Crestmobile (1901–1905)
Cricket Cyclecar Company (1913–1914)
Criterion[31][when?]
Crompton (1902–1905)[30]
Crosley (1939–1952)
Crouch (1894–1900)[30]
Crow-Elkhart (1911–1923)[54]
Crowdus Electric (1899–1902)[31]
Crown (1905–1907)[31]
Crowther (1915–1917)[31]
Renamed to 'Crowther-Duryea' in 1917
Croxton-Keeton (1909–1914)[55]
Renamed to 'Croxton' in 1911
Cruiser (1917–1919)[31]
Culver (1905)[31]
Cunningham (1907–1936)[31]
Cunningham Sports Cars (1951–1955)[5]
Clark-Carter Automobile Co (1909–1912)
Renamed to Cutting Motor Car Company in 1911
C.V.I. Motor Car Co (1907–1908)[31]
D[edit]
Detroit Air-Cooled Car Company (1922–1923)
Dagmar (1922–1927)
Dale (1974)
Daniels (1916–1924)[56]
Dan Patch (1910–1911)[57]
Darby Motor Car Company (1909–1910)[58]
Darling (1901–1902)[59]
Darrin (1946, 1955–1958)[5]
Davenport (1902)[12]
Davis (1908–1929)
Davis Cyclecar Company (1914)
Davis (1947–1949)[5]
Davis Steam Car (1921)[60]
Davis Totem (1921–1922)
Dawson (1904)[31]
Dawson Auto-Mobile (1899–1901)[61]
Day Automobile Company (1911–1914)
Dayton (1914)
Dayton Electric (1911–1915)[62]
Deal (1905–1911)[63]
Decatur (1910–1911)[64]
Decatur (1914–1915)[65]
Decker (1902–1903)[31]
Deere-Clark (1906; Deere 1907)[66]
Deering Magnetic (1918–1919)[31]
De La Vergne (1895–1896)
Delling (1924–1927)[30]
Delmore (1921–1923)[31]
DeLorean Motor Company (1975–1982)
De Luxe Motor Car Company (1906–1908)
De Mars Electric (1905–1906; Blakeslee Electric 1906; Williams Electric 1906–1907; Byrider Electric 1907–1910)[2]
DeMot or DeMotCar (1910–1911)[31]
De Motte (1904)
Denneed (1916)[2]
Derain (1908–1911)[67]
Desberon (1901–1904)[31]
De Schaum (1908–1909)
Des Moines (1902)
De Soto Motor Car Company (1913–1914)[68]
DeSoto (1928–1961)[69]
De Tamble (1908–1913)[31]
Detroit Automobile Company (1899–1901)
Detroit Automobile Manufacturing Company (1905)[53]
Detroit Auto Vehicle Company (1904–1908)
Detroit Cyclecar Company (1913–1914)
Detroit-Dearborn Motor Car Company (1910–1911)
Detroit Electric (1907–1939)
Detroiter (1912–1917)[31]
Detroit-Oxford Motor Car Company (1905–1906)
Detroit-Speedster (1913–1914; Saginaw Speedster 1914)[31]
Detroit Steam Motors Corporation (1922)
De Vaux-Hall Motors Company (1931–1932; Continental-De Vaux 1932)
De Vaux Continental (1932–1934)
DeWitt (1909–1910)
Dewabout (1900–1901)[31]
Dey Electric (1917–1919)[31]
Dey Griswold (1895–1898)[70]
Diamond (1914–1915)[71]
Diamond T (1905–1967)
Diana (1925–1928)
Dile (1914–1917)
Dingfelder Motor Company (1903)
Disbrow (1917–1918)[2]
Dispatch (1910)[31]
Dixie (1908–1910)[72]
Dixie (1916)[31]
Dixie Flyer (1916–1923)[31]
Doble steam car (1914–1918, 1922–1931)
Dodge (A.M.) Company (1914–1915)
Dodgeson Motors (1926)
DODO (1912)[18]
Dolson (J.L.) & Sons (1904–1907)
Dorris Motors Corporation (1906–1926)
Dort Motor Car Company (1915–1924)
Douglas (1918–1919)[31]
Downing Motor Company (1913–1915)[2]
Dragon Automobile Company (1906–1908)
Drake (1921–1922)[31]
Drexel (1916–1917)[31]
Driggs-Seabury (1915; Driggs 1921–1923)[31]
Drummond (1916–1917)[31]
Dual-Ghia (1956–1958)[5]
Duck (Jackson model)[73]
Dudly Tool Company (1913–1915)[31]
Dudgeon Steam (1857, 1866)[30]
Duer (1907–1910)[31]
Duesenberg (1920–1937)
Dumont[74][when?]
Dunn (1916–1918)[31]
Duplex (1908–1909)[31]
Du Pont (1919–1931)
Duquesne (1904–1906)[31]
Durant Motors (1921–1931)
Durocar (1906–1911)[31]
Duryea (1893–1917)
Dyke (or St Louis) (1899–1901; Dyke-Britton 1904)[75]
Dymaxion (1933)[76]
E[edit]
Eagle (1905–1909)[59]
Eagle (1988–1998)
Eagle Electric (1915–1916)[31]
Eagle Rotary (1914–1915; Eagle-Macomber 1916–1918)[31]
Earl Motors Incorporated (1907–1908)[77]
Earl (1921–1923)
Eastman (1898–1900)[30]
Eastman (1901–1902)[78]
Eaton Electric (1898–1900)[79]
Eck[31][when?]
Eclipse Steam (1900–1903)[30]
Economy (1916–1919; Economy-Vogue 1920; Vogue 1921–1922)[31]
Eddy Electric (1900–1901)[31]
Edsel (1958–1960)
Edwards-Knight (1912–1913)[31]
Edwards (1954–1955)[5]
E.H.V. (see Compound)[31]
Eichstaedt (1898–1902)[31]
Eisenhuth (1904–1908)
'Compound' model
Elberg[80]
Elberon (Columbia model)[30]
Elbert (1914–1915)[31]
Elcar (1915–1931)
Elco (1915–1917)[81]
Eldredge (1903–1906)
Electra (1914–1915)[31]
Electric Vehicle (1897–1907)
Electronomic[31]
Elgin (1916–1924)[31]
Elite[82][when?]
Elite (1901–1902)[30]
Elkhart (see Crow-Elkhart or Komet)[83]
Elliott (1897–1899)[83]
Ellis[83]
Ellsworth (1907)[83]
Elmore (1893–1912)
El Morocco (1956–1957)[5]
Emancipator (1909)[83]
Emerson (1917)[84]
E-M-F (1909–1912)[83]
'Wayne' model
Empire (1901–1902)
Empire (1910–1919)
Empire Steam Car (1925–1927)
Empire Steamer (1899–1902)
Empire Steamer (1904)
Endurance Steam Car (1922–1924)
Enger (1909–1917)[85]
Engler (W.B.) Cyclecar Company (1914–1915)
Entz (1914)[83]
Erie (1899–1902)[86]
Erskine (1927–1930)[83]
Eshelman (1953–1961)
Essex (1906)[30]
Essex Motor Company (1919–1932)
Etnyre (1910–1911)
Euclid (1908)[2]
Eureka (1900)
Eureka (1907–1909)
Evansville[83]
Everitt (1909–1912)
Everybody's (1907–1909)[83]
Ewing (1908–1910)[87]
Excalibur (1965–1997)
Excel (1914)
F[edit]
Fageol (1900, 1917)[83]
Fal-Car (1909–1914)[88]
Also known as F.A.L.
Falcon Engineering Company (1907–1909)[83]
Unrelated to Ford Falcon
Falcon-Knight (1927–1929)[83]
Famous (1908–1909)[83]
Fanning (1901–1903)[83]
Farmack (1915–1916)[83]
Farner (1922–1923)[83]
Faulkner-Blanchard (1910)
Federal (1907–1909)[83]
Federal Steam (1901–1902)[30]
Fenton (1913–1914)[83]
Unrelated to Fenton Headers
Ferris (1920–1922)[2]
Fey Touring (1897–1906)[89][90]
Fiberfab (1964–1983)
Fidelia (1913–1914)[2]
Field (1886, 1905)[30]
Fina-Sport (1953–1954)
Firestone-Columbus (1909–1915)[83]
Fischer-Detroit (1914)
Fisher (1901–1905)[83]
Fisker Automotive (2007–2014)
Flagler (1914)[91]
Based in Michigan
Flanders 20 (1910–1912)[83]
Flanders Manufacturing Company (1912–1914)[92]
Flanders (1913)
'Flanders Six' model
Flexbi (1904)[83]
Flint (1923–1927)[83]
Flyer Motor Car Company (1913–1914)
Forest (1905–1906) Organized in Boston.[93]
Forest City[47] (1905[93])
Manufactured as the Jewell beginning in 1906. Organized in Cleveland, Ohio, & named for the city nickname.[93]
Forsyth (circa 1896) Franklin, Minnesota; only a prototype built.[93]
Forth (1905)
New York company, one of two of the same name, organized by Clarence Forth (doubtful any cars built)[94]
Forth (1910)
Mansfield, Ohio, company, one of two of the same name, organized by Clarence Forth (all of one car assembled)[95]
Fort Pitt[83] (1908–1910, 1911)
Organized in New Kensington, Pennsylvania; moved to Pittsburgh 1911. Always known as the Pittsburgh Six[96]
Foster (1889,1901–1904)[30]
Fostoria (1906–1907)[83]
Fournier-Searchmont[97]
Fox (1921–1923)[83]
Franklin (1902–1934)
Frayer-Miller (1904–1910)[83]
Frazer (1946–1951)
Frederickson (1914)[83]
Fredonia (1902–1904)
Fremont (1920–1922)[83]
Friedman Automobile Company (1900–1903)[98]
Friend Motors Corporation (1920–1921)
Fritchle Electric (1905–1920)[83]
Frontenac (1906–1913)
Frontenac Motor Corporation (1921–1925)[83]
Frontmobile (1917–1918)[83]
F.R.P. (1914–1916)[83]
F.S. (1911–1912)[83][99]
Fuller (1908–1910)[83]
F.W.D. (1910–1912)[37]
Based in Wisconsin
G[edit]
Gabriel (1910–1912)[100]
Gaeth (1902–1911)
Gale (1905–1907)[101]
Galloway (1908–1911)[102]
Gardner (1920–1931)
Garford (1908, 1911–1913)[83]
Gas-au-lec (1905–1906)
Gaslight (1960–circa 1961)
Gasmobile (1899–1902)
Gaylord Motor Car Company (1911–1913)
Gaylord (1955–1956)
Gearless (1907–1909)[103]
Gearless Steamer[30][when?]
Gem Motor Car Company (1917–1919)
General (1902–1904)[100]
General Electric (1891–1898, 1902–1903)[104]
General Electric (1898–1900)[105]
General Motors Corporation (1908–2009)
Geneva (1901–1904)[106]
German-American (1902–1903)[83]
Geo (1989–1997)
Geronimo (1917–1920)[83]
Ghent (1916–1918)[83]
Gillette (1916)[83]
Gillig (1890)
G.J.G. (1909–1914)
Glasspar (1949–1953)[107]
Gleason (1909–1913)[83]
Glide (1903–1920)[83]
Globe Four (1921–1922)[2]
Glover (1920–1921)[83]
Golden Eagle (1906)[108]
Graham-Paige (1928–1930; Graham 1930–1941)
Gramm (1902)[83]
Granite Falls[83][when?]
Grant (1913–1922)[109]
Graves & Condon (1908–1910))[83]
Gray Motor Corporation (1922–1926)
Gray Light Car (1920)
Great Eagle (1910–1918)
Great Southern (1910–1914)
Great Western (1910–1916)[33]
Greenleaf Cycle Company (1902)
Gregory (1920–1922)[83]
Greyhound (1914–1916)[12]
Grinnell Electric Car Company (1910–1915)
Griswold Motor Car Company (1907)
Grout (1900–1912)[110]
Gurley (1899–1901)[83]
G.V (1907)[111]
Gyroscope (1908–1909)
H[edit]
Haase (1902–1904)
Hackett Motor Car Company (1916–1919)
H.A.L. (1916–1918)[2]
Hall (1903–1904)[83]
Hall (1914–1915)
Halladay (1905–1922)[112]
Hamilton (1917)[83]
Hamlin-Holmes (1919–1929; Hamlin 1930)[83]
Hammer-Sommer (1902–1906)
Renamed to Hammer Motor Company for 1905–1906
Handley Motors Incorporated (1921–1923; Handley 1923)[83]
Hanger (1916)[113]
Hanover (1921–1927)[83]
Hanson (1918–1925)[83]
Harding (1916–1917)[114]
Hardy[83][when?]
Harper (1907–1908)[83]
Harrie (1925)[83]
Harris (1910)[83]
Harrison Wagon Company (1905–1907; Harrison Motor Car Company 1907)
Harroun Motor Sales Corporation (1917–1922)
Harry S. Houpt Manufacturing Company: (See Houpt (1909); The "New Departure Manufacturing Company" (Bristol, Connecticut)[115] forming of Houpt-Rockwell in 1910) Covered in the German Wikipedia[116]
Hartley (1895–1899)[30]
Hartman (1914–1918)[83]
Harvard (1915–1921)[117]
Harwood-Barley (1911–1915)[118]
Hasbrouck (1900–1902)[83]
Hatfield (1907–1908)[119]
Hatfield (1916–1924)[120]
Havers Motor Car Company (1908–1914)
Hawk Cyclecar Company (1914)
Hawkins Cyclecar (1914)[121]
Xenia model
Hawley (1906–1908)[83]
Hay-Berg (1907–1908)[122]
Haydock[83][when?]
Haynes-Apperson (1896–1905; Haynes 1904–1925)
Hayward (1913)[83]
H.C.S. (1920–1925)[83]
Healey (circa 1905–circa 1916)[83]
Heine-Velox (1903–1908, 1921–1923)
Hendel (1903–1904)[83]
Henderson (1912–1914)[123]
Henney (1921–1931)[83]
Henney (1960–1964)
Henry Motor Car Company (1910–1912)
Henry J (1951–1954)
Hercules (1914–1915)[83]
Herff-Brooks (1915–1916)
Herreshoff Motor Company (1909–1914)
Hertel (1895–1900)[83]
Hertz (1924–1927)[83]
Heseltine (1916–1917)[83]
Hewitt (1906–1907)[124]
Hewitt-Lindstrom (1900–1901)
Heymann (1898–1907)[83]
Hidley Steam Car (1901)
Highlander (1919–1922)[83]
Hill (1904–1908)[83]
Hines (1908–1910)[83]
Hitchcock Motor Car Company (1909)
Hobbie Accessible (1908–1909)
Hoffman (1901–1904)[125]
Hoffman (1931)
Holden (1915)[126]
Holland (1902–1903)[30]
Holley (1900–1904)
Hollier (1915–1921)
Holly Six (1913–1915)[127]
Holmes (1906–1907)[84]
Holsman (1901–1911)
Hol-Tan (1908)
Holyoke (1899–1903)[128]
Homer Laughlin (1916)[83]
Hoosier Scout (1914)[83]
Hoover (1913–1914)
Hoskins (1920)[83]
Houpt (1909; Houpt-Rockwell 1910)[83]
House Steamer (1867)[129]
Howard (1895–1903)[128]
Howey (1907–1908)[83]
Hudson Motor Car Company (1909–1957)
Huffman (1919–1925)
Hummer (1992–2010)
Hupp Motor Car Company (1909–1940)
Hupp-Yeats Electric Car Company (1911–1919)
Huron River Manufacturing Company (1911–1912)
Hydromotor Car Manufacturing Company (1914–1917)[83]
I[edit]
Illinois Electric (1897–1901)[130]
Imp (1913–1914)[83]
Imperial Motor Car Company (1907–1908)
Imperial Automobile Company (1908–1916)[83][131]
Imperial (1955–1975, 1981–1983)
Imperial Electric (1903–1904)[83]
Independent Harvester (1910–1911)[83]
Indiana (1901)[12]
Indianapolis (see Black)[83]
International (1899) (see Strathmore)[132]
International (1899)[133]
International (1900)[134]
International Cyclecar Company (1914)[31]
'Economy' model
International Motor Cars (Apollo; 1962–1964)
International Power Company (1900)[133]
International (1901–1903)[135]
International Cyclecar Company (1914)[136]
International Harvester (1907–1980)
Inter-State (1909–1919)[83]
Iroquois (1903–1907)[18]
J[edit]
Jackson Automobile Company (1903–1923)
Jacquet Motor Corporation (1921)
Jaeger Motor Car Company (1932–1933)
James (1909–1911)[83]
Janney Motor Company (1906)
Jarvis-Huntington (1912)[83]
Jaxon Steam (1903)[137]
Jeffery (1902–1917)
Jenkins (1907–1912)[83]
Jersey City Machine Co. (1919–1920)
Argonne model
Jewell (1906–1907; Jewel 1908–1909)[83]
Jewett (1922–1927)
Johnson (1905–1912)[138]
Jones (1914–1920)[139]
Jones-Corbin (1903–1907)[139]
Jonz (1909–1912)[139]
Jordan (1916–1931)
J.P.L. Cyclecar Company (1913)[140]
Julian (1918, 1925)[139]
Junior R (1924)
K[edit]
Kaiser-Frazer Corporation (1945–1955; Kaiser Motors 1951–1955)
Kalamazoo (1908–1914)[139]
Michigan model
Kane-Pennington[139][when?]
Kansas City (1906–1908; Kansas City Wonder 1909)[141]
Kato (1907–1913)[139]
Kauffman (1909–1912)[139]
K-D (1912–1913)[139]
Kearns (1909–1916)[139]
Keene Steamobile (1900–1901)[30]
Keeton Motor Company (1912–1914)[142]
Keller (1948–1950)[5]
Kelsey (1897–1902, 1920–1924)[143]
Kenmore (1910–1912)[139]
Kensington (1899–1904)[30]
Kent (1916–1917)[139]
Kent's Pacemaker (1900)
Kenworthy (1920–1921)[139]
Kermath Motor Car Company (1907–1908)
Kessler Motor Company (1920–1921; Kess-Line 8 1922)
Keystone (1899–1900)
Keystone (1900)[144]
Keystone (1914–1915)
Kiblinger (1907–1909)[139]
Kidder (1899–1903)[30]
Kimball Electric (1910–1912)[139]
King (1896, 1911–1923)[12]
King Midget (1947–1970)[145]
King-Remick (1910)
Kinner[146][when?]
Kirk (1901–1905)[147]
Yale model
Kissel (1906–1930)
Kleiber (1924–1929)[139][148]
Kline Kar (1910–1923)[139]
Klink (1907–1910)[139]
Klock (1900–1901)[139]
Knickerbocker (1901–1903)[139]
Knox (1900–1914)
Koehler (1910–1912)[139]
Komet (1911)
Konigslow[139][when?]
Koppin Motor Company (1914)
Krastin Automobile Company (1901–1904), based in Cleveland[149] Produced Krastin Gasoline Automobile (1901)
K-R-I-T Motor Car Company (1909–1915)
Krueger (1905–1906)[139]
Kunz (1902–1905)[150]
Kurtis (1949–1950, 1954–1955)
Kurtz-Automatic (1920–1925)[149]
L[edit]
Laconia (1914)[139]
Lad's Car (1912–1914)
LaFayette (1919–1924)[139]
La Marne (1919–1921)[149]
Lambert (1906–1917)
Lancamobile (1900–1901)[139]
Lane (1900–1911)[137]
Lanpher (1906–1916)[139]
Lansden Electric (1901–1903, 1906–1910)[151]
La Petite (1905)[139]
Larsen[139][when?]
LaSalle (1927–1940)
La Salle-Niagara (1905–1906)[152]
Laurel (1916–1920)[139]
Lauth (1905; Lauth-Juergens 1908–1909)[139]
L. C. Erbes (1915–1916)[139]
L&E (1924–1934)[139]
Leach (1899–1901)[129]
Leach (1920–1923; Leach-Biltwell))[139]
Leader (1905–1912)[139]
Lende (1902–1909)[139]
Lenox (1911–1917)[139]
Lenox Electric[139][when?]
Leon Rubay (1923)[149]
Lescina (1916)[139]
Lewis (1914–1916)[153]
Lewis Motocycle (1895)[154][155]
Lexington (1909–1927)
Liberty Motor Car Company (1916–1924)
Light Steamer (1901–1902)[156][157]
Light Motor Car Company (1914)
Lincoln (1912–1913)[158] (see also Sears Roebuck)
Lincoln Motor Car Company (1914)
Lindsley (1908–1909)[139]
Lion Motor Car Company (1909–1912)
Liquid Air (1899–1902)
Lit Motors (2010)
Little Motor Car Company (1911–1913)
Little Detroit Speedster (1913–1914)
Littlemac (1930–1932)[139]
Locke[30][when?]
Locomobile (1899–1929)
Logan (1904–1908)[139][159]
Logan (1903–1908)
Logan (cyclecars; 1914)[160]
Lone Star (1919–1922)
Longest (1906)[139]
Loomis (1900–1904)[30]
Lorraine (1920–1922)[139]
Los Angeles (1914)[139]
Lowell-American (1908–1909)[139]
Lozier Motor Company (1900–1918)[161]
L.P.C.[139]
LuLu (1914–1915)
Luverne (1904–1917)
Lyman (1904)[139]
Lyman & Burnham (1903–1905)[139]
Lyons-Knight (1913–1915)[30]
M[edit]
Mackle-Thompson (1903)[139]
Macomber (1913)[139]
Macon (1915–1917)[139]
Madison (1915–1919)[139]
Magic[139][when?]
Mahoning (1904–1905)[139]
Maibohm (1916–1922)[139]
Malcolm (1900)[139]
Malcolm Jones (or Malcolm) (1914–1915)
Malden Steam (1898, 1902)[162]
Manexall (1920)[139]
'Cyclomobile' model
Manistee Motor Car Company (1910–1913)[139]
Autoette model
Marathon (1906–1914)
Marble-Swift (1903–1905)
Marion (1901)
Marion (1904–1915; Marion-Handley 1916–1918)
Marion Flyer (1910)
Marmon (1902–1933)
Marlboro (1900–1903)[139]
Marquette (1912)[163]
Marquette (1930)
Marr (1903–1904)
Marsh (1920–1923)[164]
Martin (1898–1900)[139]
Martin-Wasp[139][when?]
Marvel Motor Car Company (1907)
Maryland (1907–1910)
Maryland Steamer (1900–1901)
Mason (1898–1899)[30]
Mason (1906–1914)[165]
Massillon (1909)[139]
Master (1907)[113]
Matheson Motor Car Company (1903–1912)
Maxim Motor Tricycle (1895; Maxim-Goodridge Electric 1908)[139]
Maxwell-Briscoe (1904–1913; Maxwell Motor Company 1913–1925)
Mayer (1899–1901)[139]
Mayfair (1925)[139]
Maytag (1910–1911)[166]
McCue (1909–1911)[167]
McCurdy (1922)[139]
McFarlan (1909–1928)
McGill (1917)[139]
McIntyre (1909–1915)[139]
McKay Steamer (1899–1902)[30]
Mecca (1915–1916)[139]
Med-Bow[139][when?]
Media (1899–1900)[139]
Mel Special (1918–1924)[139]
Menominee Electric Manufacturing Company (1915)
Mercer (1909–1919)
Mercury Cyclecar Company (1913–1914)[139]
Mercury (1939–2011)
Merit Motor Company (1921–1922)[149]
Merkel (1905–1907)[168]
Merkur (1985–1989)
Merz (1914)[139]
Meteor (1904–1905)[169]
Metropol (1913–1914)[139]
Metropolitan (1922–1923)[170]
Metz (1909–1921)[171]
Metzger (see Everitt)[139]
Michigan Automobile Company (1901)[172]
'Carter Steam' model
Michigan Automobile Company (1902)[42]
Later renamed Clipper Automobile Company
Michigan Automobile Company (1903–1908)
Michigan Buggy Company (1908–1914)
Michigan Steamer (1901)[172]
Middleby (1909–1913)[139]
Midland (1908–1913)[173]
Midwest[139][when?]
Mier (1908–1909)[139]
Milac (1916)[139]
Milburn Electric (1915–1923)[139]
Miller Car Company (1911–1914)
Mills (1876)[30]
Milwaukee Steamer (1900–1902)[162]
Minneapolis[139][when?]
Mino (1914)[139]
Mitchell (1903–1923)[174]
Mitchell-Lewis (see Mitchell)[139]
Mobile (1900–1903)[162]
Model (1903–1907)[175]
Modoc (1912–1914)[139]
Mohawk (1903–1905)[139]
Moline[176]
Moline (1904–1913; Moline-Knight 1914–1919)
Moller (1920–1922)[139]
Monarch Motor Car Company (1914–1917)
Mondex-Magic (1914–1915)[139]
Monitor (1915–1922)[139]
Monroe Motor Company (1914–1923)[12]
Moon (1905–1930)
Mora Motor Car Company (1906–1911)[2]
Morgan (1900–1902)[177]
Morris & Salom (1895–1897)
Morriss-London (1919–1923)[139]
Morse (1902)[178]
Motor Bob (1914)
Motorcar Company (1905–1907; Cartercar 1905–1915)
Motorette (1911–1914)[139]
Moyea (1903–1904)[139]
Moyer (1911–1915)[139]
Mount Pleasant Motor Company (MPM) (1914–1915)[139]
Mutual Motors Company (1916–1919)
Mueller (1896–1899; also Mueller-Benz)[179]
Multiplex (1912–1913)[139]
Muncie[139][when?]
'Warner' model
Muntz (1950–1954)[180]
Murdaugh (1901–1903)[139]
Murray Motor Car Company (1916–1921; Murray-Mac 1921–1929)[139]
N[edit]
Nance (1911)[139]
Napier Motor Car Company of America (1904–1912)
Napoleon (1916–1919)[181]
Nash Motors (1917–1957)
Nash-Healey (1951–1954)
National (1900–1924)
Nelson (E.A.) Motor Car Company (1917–1921)[139]
Neustadt-Perry (1901–1908, 1915)[139]
Also known as Neustadt.
New England Steamer (1898–1899)[162]
New Era (1901–1902)[139]
New Era (1916)
New Era (1933–1934)[182]
New Home (1899–1901)[139]
New York Car & Truck Company (1907–1910)
Allen Kingston model
Niagara (1903–1905)[183]
Nichols Shepard (1910–1911)[139]
Nielson Motor Car Company (1906–1907)[184]
Noble (1902)[149]
Noma (1919–1923)[139]
Northern Manufacturing Company (1902–1908)[185]
Northway (1921–1922)[139][160]
Northwestern[139]
'Haase' and Logan models
Norton (1901–1902)[185][186]
Norwalk Underslung (1910–1922)[139][187]
Nu-Klea Automobile Corporation (1959–1960)
Nyberg (1911–1913)[185]
O[edit]
Oakland Motor Car Company (1907–1931)
Oakman-Hertel (1899–1900)[53]
Ogren (1915–1917, 1919–1923)[188]
Ohio (1900–1902) (see Packard)[189]
Ohio (1909–1912)
Ohio Electric (1910–1918)[190]
Ohio Falls[53][when?]
Okey (1896–1907)[53]
Oldsmobile (1897–2004)
Olympian Motors Company (1917–1921)
Omaha (1899)[53]
Omar (see Browniekar)[53]
Only (1909–1913)[53]
Orient (1899–1908)
Orlo (1904)
Ormond Steamer (1904–1905)[162]
Orson (1910–1912)[53]
Otto (1910–1911; Ottomobile 1912)[53]
Otto-Kar (1902–1904)[191]
Also known as Ottokar
Otto-mobile (1899)[53]
Overholt[162][when?]
Overland (1903–1926, 1939)
O-We-Go (1914)
Owen (1899–1901)[192]
Owen Motor Car Company (1910–1911)
Owen Magnetic (1915–1922)
Owen Schoeneck[53][when?]
Owen Thomas (1908–1910)[53]
Oxford (1900)[162]
P[edit]
Paccar (1905)
Pacific Motor Vehicle Company (1900–1904)[53]
Packard (1895–1898)[193]
Packard Motor Car Company (1899–1958)
Paige-Detroit (1908–1911; Paige 1911–1928; Graham-Paige 1928–1930)
Palmer (1905–1906)[149]
Palmer-Singer (1908–1914)[53]
Pan (1919–1921)[53]
Panam (1902–1903)[53]
Pan-American (1917–1922)[53]
Parenti (1920–1922)[53]
Parry (1910; New Parry 1911–1912)[194]
Parsons Electric (1905–1906)[149]
Partin (1913; Partin-Palmer 1913–1917)[195]
Paterson (W. A.) Company (1909–1923)
Pathfinder (1912–1917)[53]
Pawtucket (1901–1902)[162]
Payne-Modern (1907–1908)[53]
Peerless (1900–1933)
Peerless Steam (1901)[196]
Pence Automobile Company (circa 1905)[197]
Penn (1901)[198]
Penn (1908)[198]
Penn (1910–1913)[198]
Pennant (1924–1925)
Pennington (1894–1900)[199]
Pennsy (1916–1918)[53]
Pennsylvania (1907–1911)[12]
People's (1900–1902)[200]
Perfection (1907–1908)[53]
Perfex (1912–1913)[53]
Peter Pan (1914–1915)[73]
Petrel (1909–1912)[201]
Phelps (1903–1905)
Phianna (1917–1922)[53]
Phillips (1980–198?)[202]
Phipps-Grinnell (1911; Phipps Electric 1912)[53]
Pickard (1909–1912)[53]
Piedmont (1917–1922)
Pierce-Arrow (1900–1938)
Pierce-Racine (1904–1911)[150]
Piggins (1908–1910)
Pilgrim (1911)
Pilgrim Motor Car Company (1915–1918)
Pilliod (1915–1916)[53]
Pilot (1909–1924)[53]
Pioneer (1907–1912)[53]
Planche[53][when?]
Plass (1897)
Playboy (1947–1951)
Plymouth (1910)[53]
Plymouth (1928–2001)[53]
Pneumobile (1914–1915)[53]
Pomeroy (1920–1924)[191]
Ponder (1923)[53]
Renamed from Bour-Davis
Pontiac Spring and Wagon Works (1907–1908)[203]
Pontiac (1926–2010)
Pope-Hartford (1904–1914)[53]
Pope-Robinson (1903–1904)
Pope-Toledo (1903–1909)
Pope-Tribune (1904–1908)[53]
Pope-Waverley (1903–1908)
Port Huron[53][when?]
Havers model
Porter (1900–1901)[204]
Porter (1919–1922)[205]
Portland (1914)[53]
Postal (1906–1908)[53]
Powell (1930s–1960s)
Powell (1955–1956)[206]
Powercar (1909–1911)[53]
Pratt-Elkhart (1909–1911; Pratt 1911–1915)[53]
Premier (1902–1926)
Premocar (1920–1923)[53]
Prescott (1901–1905)[162]
Primo (1910–1912)[53]
Princess Motor Car Company (1914–1918)[53]
Princess Cyclecar Company (1913–1914)
Prospect (1902, 1907–1908)[53]
Pullman (1905–1917)[12]
Pungs Finch (1904–1910)
Puritan (1902–1905)[30]
Q[edit]
Queen (1904–1907)
Quick (1899–1900)
Quinby (1899)
R[edit]
Railsbach (1914)[53]
Rainier (1905–1911)[53]
Raleigh (1921–1922)[53]
Rambler (1900–1914)
Rambler (1958–1969)
Randall (1902–1903)[53]
Ranger (1907–1910)[207]
Rapid Motor Vehicle Company (1902–1909)[53]
Rauch & Lang (1905–1932)[53][208]
Also known as Raulang.
Rayfield (1911–1915)
R.C.H (1912–1915)[53]
Read Motor Company (1913–1914)[209]
Reading (1910–1913)[210]
Reading Steamer (1901–1903)[30]
Real Cyclecar (1914; Real Light Car 1914–1915)[53]
Reber (1902–1903)
Red Bug (1924–1930)[211]
Red Jacket (1904–1905)[53]
Rees (1921)[53]
Reeves (1896–1898, 1905–1912)[212]
Regal Motor Car Company (1908–1918)[53]
Regas (1903–1905)[53]
Reliable Dayton (1906–1909)[53]
Reliance Automobile Manufacturing Co (1904–1906)[53]
Remington (1895, 1900–1904)[213]
REO Motor Car Company (1905–1975)
Renaissance Cars Inc (1994–1997)[214]
Also known as Zebra Motors Inc.
Republic (1910–1916)[53]
ReVere (1918–1926)[53]
Rex Motor Co (1914)[53]
RiChard (1914–1919)[191]
Richelieu (1922–1923)[53]
Richmond (1902–1903)
Richmond (1904–1917)[53]
Rickenbacker Motor Company (1922–1927)
Ricketts Automobile Co (1909–1911)[53]
Riddle (1916–1926)[53]
Rider-Lewis (1908–1911)[53]
Riker Electric (1897–1902)[53]
Ritz (1914–1915)[53]
Riviera (1907)[53]
R-O[53][when?]
Roader (1911–1912)[53]
Roamer (1916–1929)[53]
Robe (1914–1915)[18]
Robie Motor Car Co (1914)
Robinson (1900–1902)[53]
Robson (1909)[53]
Rochester (1901)[215]
Rock Falls (1919–1925)[53]
Rockne (1932–1933)[53]
Rockway (1910–1911)[53]
Rockwell (1910–1911)[53]
Rodgers (1921)[53]
Roebling-Planche (1909)[53]
Rogers (1899–1900)[216]
Steamobile model
Rogers Motor Car Co (1911–1912)[217]
Rogers & Hanford (1899–1902)[149]
Rollin (1924–1927)[149]
Rolls-Royce (1921–1935)[53][218]
Roosevelt (1929–1930)
Roper (1860–1896)[53]
Ross Steamer (1905–1909)
Ross (1915–1918)
Rotary (1921–1923)[53]
Royal Motor Company (1904–1911)[149]
'Tourist' model
Rubay[53][when?]
Rugby (1920s)
Rushmobile[53][when?]
Russell (1903–1904)[149]
Rutenber (1902)
Ruxton (1929–1930)
R&V Knight (1920–1924)[53]
S[edit]
Saginaw (1914)[53]
Yale model
Saginaw Eight (1916)[219]
Salisbury (1895)[154][220]
Salter (1909–1915)[53]
Salvador (1914; S-J-R 1915–1916)[53]
Sampson (1904, 1911)
Sandusky (1902–1904)[53]
Santos Dumont (1902–1904)[221]
Saturn (1991–2010)
Saxon Motor Car Company (1913–1923)
Sayers (1917–1924)[53]
Schacht (1904–1913)
Schaum (1901–1905)[53]
Schoening (1895)[154][222]
'Kerosine Carriage' model
Scott (1900–1901, 1903)[53]
Scott-Newcomb (1920–1921)[30]
Standard Steam Car model
Scripps-Booth Corporation (1913–1923)
Searchmont (1900–1903)[97]
Sears (1905–1915)[223]
Sebring (1910–1912)[224]
Sekine (1923)[53]
Selden (1907–1914)
Sellers (1909–1912)[53]
Senator (1912)[53]
Seneca (1917–1924)[53]
Serpentina (1915)[53]
Serrifile (1921–1922)[53]
Seven Little Buffaloes (1909)[225]
Severin (1920–1921)[53]
S.G.V. (1911–1915)[53]
Shad-Wyck (1917–1923)
Shain[53][when?]
Sharon (1915)[53]
Sharp (1908–1910)[226]
'Arrow' model
Shawmobile (1908–1930)
Shawmut (1906–1908)[53]
Shay (1979–1982)[227]
Shelby (1903)[53]
Sheridan (1920–1921)[53]
Shoemaker (1906–1908)[53]
Sibley (1910–1911)[53]
Signet[53][when?]
'Fenton' model
Silent-Knight (1905–1907)[53]
Silent Sioux[53][when?]
'Fawick Flyer' model
Silver-Knight[53][when?]
'Silver' model
Simplex (1907–1919)[53]
Simplicity (1907–1911)[53]
Simplo (1908–1909)
Sinclair-Scott (1904–circa 1907)
Singer (1914–1920)[53]
Single Center (1906–1908)
Sintz (1899–1904)
Skelton (1920–1922)[53]
Skene (1900–1901)
Skorpion (1952–1954)[5]
S&M (1913)[53]
Small Motor Car Company (1910)
Smith Automobile Company (1902–1917)
Renamed to Great Smith for 1907–1911
Smith & Mabley[53][when?]
Also known as S&M Simplex
Smith Flyer (1915–1919)
Snyder (1908–1909)[53]
Sommer (1904–1905)[53]
Soules Motor Car Company (1905–1908)
Southern (1906–1908)[53]
Southern Motor Car Co (1908–1910)[228][229]
'Dixie Junior' and 'Dixie Tourist' models.
Sovereign (1906–1907)[53]
Spacke (1919)[3]
Spaulding (1902–1903)
Spaulding (1910–1916)[3]
Speedway (1904–1905)[3]
Speedwell (1907–1914)
Spencer (1921–1922)[230]
Spencer Steamer (1862, 1901–1902)[231]
Sphinx (1914–1916)[3]
Spoerer (1908–1914)[3]
Springer (1903–1905)[3]
Springfield (1900–1901)[30]
Steam cars
Sprite (1914)[3]
Squier (1899)[30]
Stafford (1908–1915)[3]
Stammobile (1900–1901)[3]
Standard (1904–1908)
Standard (1912–1923)
Standard Six (1909–1910)
Standard Steel Car Company (1912–1923)[3]
Standard Electrique (1911–1915)[3]
Also known as Standard Electric
Standard Steam Car (1920–1921)[232]
Stanley (1907–1910)[233]
Stanley Steamer (1897–1927)
Stanley Whitney (1899)[3]
Stanton (1900–1901)[30]
Stanwood (1920–1922)
Star (1908–1909)[3]
Star (1922–1928)[3]
Starin (1903–1904)[3]
States (1916–1918)[3]
Staver (1907–1914)
Steamobile (1900–1902)
Stearns (1898–1911)
Became Stearns-Knight for 1912–1929.
Stearns Electric (1899–1903)[234]
Renamed to Stearns Steamer for 1901–1903
Steco (1914)[3]
Steel Swallow (1907–1908)[3]
Stephens (1917–1924)[3]
Sterling Steamer (1901–1902)[235][236]
Sterling (1909–1911)[237]
Sterling (1915–1916)[238]
Sterling-Knight (1920–1926)[3]
Stevens-Duryea (1901–1915,1919–1927)
Stewart-Coats (1922)
Stickney Motorette (1914)[3]
Stilson (1907–1909)[3]
St. Joe (1908)[3]
St. Louis (1899–1907)[3]
Stoddard-Dayton (1904–1913)
Storck Steamer (1901–1902)[30]
Storms Electric (1915)[3]
Stout Motor Car Company (1932–1946)
Strathmore (1899–1901)[30]
Stratton (1909)[3]
Streator (1905–1911)
Originally called Erie Motor Carriage Co.
Halladay model.
Stringer (1899–1902)[30]
Strobel & Martin[3][when?]
Strong & Rogers Electric (1900–1901)[149]
Strouse[30][when?]
Also known as S.R.K.
Studebaker (1902–1963)[239]
Studebaker-Garford (1903–1911)[30]
Studebaker-Packard Corporation (1954–1962)
Studillac (1953–1955)[240]
Sturges Electric[241][when?]
Sturtevant (1905–1907)[30]
Stutz (1911–1935)
Stutz (1968–1987)
Stuyvesant (1911–1912)[149]
Suburban (1911–1912)[242]
Success (1906–1909)[243]
Sultan (1908–1912)[3]
Summit (1907–1909)[244]
Sun (1916–1917, 1921–1922)
Sunset (1900–1913)[3]
Synnestvedt Electric (1904–1905)[3]
Syracuse (1899–1903)[3]
T[edit]
Tarkington (1922–1923)[3]
Taunton (1901–1903)[30]
Steam cars
Templar (1917–1924)[245]
Templeton-Dubrie (1910)[3]
Terraplane (1932–1939)
Terwilliger (1904)[30]
Empire Steamer model
Texan (1920–1922)[246]
Thomas (1902–1919)[247]
Thomas-Detroit (1906–1908)[3]
Thompson (1901–1907)[30]
Steam cars
Thresher Electric (1900)[3]
Tiffany Electric (1913–1914)[3]
Tiger (1914–1915)[3]
Tincher (1903–1909)[248]
Tinker & Piper Steam (1899)[249]
Tinkham (1898–1899)[3]
Toledo (1901–1903)[250]
Tonawanda[3][when?]
Torbensen (1902–1906)[3]
Touraine (1912–1916)[3]
Tourist (1902–1910)[3]
Tractmobile (1900–1902)[30]
Trask-Detroit (1922–1923)[30]
Traveler (1907–1908)[3]
Trebert (1907–1908)[3]
Trimoto (1900–1901)[3]
Also known as Tri-Motor
Trinity Steamer[30][when?]
Triumph (1907–1912)[251]
Trumbull (1914–1915)[3]
Tucker (1946–1949)
Tulsa (1918–1922)[3]
Twentieth Century Motor Car Corporation (1974-1978)
Twin City (1914)[3]
Twombly (1913–1915)
Twyford (1899–1902, 1904–1907)[3]
U[edit]
US Automobile (1899–1901)
Union (1902–1905)
United (1919–1920)[3]
United States (1899–1903)[3]
Electric cars
United States Long Distance[3][when?]
Unito (1908–1910)[149]
Universal (1914)[3]
Upton Machine Company (1902–1903)[3]
Upton Motor Company (1905–1907)
V[edit]
Van (1911–1912)[3]
Van Wagoner (1899–1903)
Vaughn (1909)[3]
V.E. (1901–1906)[111][3]
Also known as V.E.C. Electric
Vector (1971–1999, 2006–2010)
Velie (1908–1929)
Vernon (Able 8; 1918–1921)[3]
Victor (1905–1911)[252]
Victor Page Motors Corp (1921–1924)[10][253]
Victor Steamer (1899–1903)[30]
Previously Overman Steam (1895–1898)
Victormobile (1900–1901)[254]
'Steamer' model
Victory (1920–1921)[3]
Viking (1907–1908)[3]
Viking (1929–1931)[3]
Virginian (1911–1912)
Vixen (1914–1916)[150]
Vulcan (1913–1915)[255]
W[edit]
Waco (1915–1917)[3]
Wagenhals (1910–1915)[3]
Wahl (1913–1914)[256]
Waldron (1908–1911)[3]
Walker Motor Car Company (1905–1906)[3]
Wall (1900–1903)[3]
Walter (1902–1909)[3]
Waltham Steam (1898–1902)[162]
Waltham Manufacturing Co (1899–1910)[3]
'Orient' model
Walworth (1904–1905)[3]
Ward (1913–1914)[257]
Ward Electric (1914–1916)[258]
Ware Steam Wagon (1861–1867)
Warren (1910–1913)[3]
Warwick (1901–1905)[3]
Washington (1921–1924)
Wasp (1919–1924)[3]
Waterloo (1903–1905)[3]
Watrous (1905)[3]
Watt (1910)[3]
Waukesha (1906–1910)[3]
Waverley Electric (1898–1903, 1909–1916)[3]
Webb Jay (1908)[30]
Weidely Motor Company (1915-1917)
Welch Motor Car Company (1901–1911)[3]
Westcott (1909–1925)
Westfield (1901–1903)[30]
W.F.S. (1911–1912)[3]
Whaley-Henriette (1898–1900)[3]
Wharton (1922–1923)[3]
Wheeler Manufacturing Company (1904)
Whippet (1927–1931)[12]
White Motor Company (1900–1918)[3]
White Star (1909–1911)[3]
Whiting Motor Car Co (1910–1912)[3][259]
Whitmore, M.C. Co (1914)
Arrow Cyclecar model
Whitney (1896–1900)[3]
Wilcox (1909–1910)[3]
Wildman (1902)[3]
Wills (C. H.) and Company (1921–1927)
Willys (1916–1918, 1930–1942, 1953–1963)
Willys-Knight (1914–1933)
Willys-Overland (1912–1953)
Wilson (1903–1905)
Windsor (1929–1930)
Wing (1922)[3]
Winther (1921–1923)[3]
Winton (1896–1924)
Wolfe (1907–1909)[3]
Wolverine (1904–1906,1927–1928)[3]
Woodill (1952–1956)
Woodruff (1902–1904)[3]
Woods Electric (1899–1916)[260][3]
Renamed to Woods Dual Power for 1917–1918
Woods Mobilette (1913–1916)[3]
Worth (J.M.) Gas Engine Manufacturing Co (1902)[261]
Worth (1906–1910)[3][261]
X[edit]
Xander (1901–1902)[121]
Y[edit]
Yellow (1915–1930)
Z[edit]
Zehr (1912–1915)[3]
Zent (1900–1902, 1904–1906)[3]
Zentmobile (190

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