Locomobile and New York Public LibraryBelow are listings of Automobile Manufacturer’s Catalogs contained in select volumes from NYPL’s Technology and Transportation pamphlet collections. More information about these collections can be found here: Taking the Wheel: Manufacturers’ Catalogs from the First Decade of American Automobiles (a brief list of digitized materials can be found here, and material on Franklin cars here). In addition, a listing of another set of Automobile Catalogs can be found here: Historical Automobile Catalogs. An additional discussions of these materials can be found here.

In order to help researchers identify the contents of individual pamphlet volumes, each catalog has been designated with a title (generally the manufacturer’s name or vehicle marque) and possibly includes other text on the cover page or inside cover and contains relevant model information (with list prices when available). There is also a short physical description of the individual catalog.

The entries here are for Pamphlet Volumes in the 3-TOP location at SIBL.They are listed in order by call number (Pamphlet Volume Number) and the individual pamphlet number within each volume. Gaps in the numbering reflect missing volumes or catalogs.

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

Contents

3-TOP p.v. 5 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B-CAD 1913

3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 1
Bailey Electric Roadster, Equiped with Edison Storage Battery – Bulletin No. 21 and Supplement to Bulletin No. 21
1913
Models: Model E [With 52 A-6 cells, $2500; With 60 A-4 cells, $2250]; Model F [With 52 A-6 cells, $2900; With 60 A-4 cells, $2650]
S.R. Bailey & Co., Inc., 895 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts – Factory at Amesbury, Massachusetts
12 p.; illustrations
Bailey Electric Roadster
3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 2
Baker Electrics: Electric Pleasure Cars – Quality, Service
1913
Models: Coupe [Lever steer, $2,800; Wheel steer, $2,850]; Roadster [Wheel or lever steer, $2,300]; Bevel Gear Brougham [

Wheel or lever steer, 

$3,000]; Double Drive Brougham [$3,250]
The Baker Motor Vehicle Co., Cleveland, Ohio
26 p.; illustrations [Designed and Printed by The Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio]
Baker Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 3
Pocket Catalogue “D” Describing the Buick Line of Pleasure Cars for 1913
1913
Models: Model 24 Two-passenger Roadster type, 28 H.P. [$950]; Model 25 Five-passenger Touring type, 28 H.P. [$1050]; Model 30 

Two-passenger Roadster type

, 32 H.P. [$1125]; Model 31

Five-passenger Fore-door Touring type, 32 H.P. 

[$1285]; Model 40

Five-passenger 

Fore-door 

Touring type, 40 H.P. 

[$1650]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations
Buick 1913 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 4
Buick Models 38-39: Price List of Parts – Back cover: “When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them”
1913
Models: Model 38; Model 39
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
85 p. [Cargill, Grand Rapids]
Buick Models 38-39 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 5
Buick: Preliminary Booklet “B” – Preliminary Catalogue “B”, Describing the Buick line of pleasure cars for Nineteen Thirteen
1913
Models: Model 24

 Two-passenger Roadster type, 28 H.P. 

 [$950]; Model 25

 Five-passenger Touring type, 28 H.P. 

 [$1050]; Model 30

 

Two-passenger Roadster type

, 32 H.P.

 [$1125]; Model 31

 

Five-passenger Fore-door Touring type, 32 H.P. 

[$1285]; Model 40

 

Five-passenger 

Fore-door 

Touring type, 40 H.P. 

[$1650]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids]
Buick Logo
3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 6
Buick Model 19: Price List of Parts – Second Edition: November 5, 1912 – 

Back cover: “When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them”

1913
Models: Model 19
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
78 p.
Buick Model 19 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 7
Buick Models 24 – 25: Price List of Parts – Issued May 1, 1913

 – 

Back cover: “When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them”

1913
Models: Model 24; Model 25
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
101 p. & plates; illustrations [The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids]
Buick Models 24-25 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 5, No. 8
Cadillac: Price List of Parts – First Edition – This Price List is effective on and after February 1st, 1913, and supersedes all previous quotations. Prices are subject to change without notice
1913
Models:
Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
143 p.; illustrations
Cadillac 1913 Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 6 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues CH-E 1913

3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 1
Chalmers Motor Cars (Models 17 and 18)
1913
Models: “Thirty-Six (4 Cylinders); “Six” (Six Cylinders – 54 H.P.) — “Thirty-Six” 5-passenger Touring Car [$1950]; “Thirty-Six” 4-passenger Torpedo [$1950]; “Thirty-Six” 2-passenger Roadster [$1950]; “Thirty-Six” 7-passenger Touring Car [$2150]; “Thirty-Six” 4-passenger  Coupe [$2250]; “Thirty-Six” 7-passenger Limousine [$3250]; “Six” 5-passenger Touring Car [$2400]; “Six” 4-passenger Torpedo [$2400]; “Six” 2-passenger Roadster [$2400]; “Six” 7-passenger Touring Car [$2600]; “Six” 4-passenger Coupe [$2700]; “Six” 7-passenger Limousine [$3700]
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
64 p., illustrations

 [Designed, engraved and printed by Peninsular Engraving Company, Detroit, Michigan]

Chalmers Models 17 and 18 Logo

3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 2
Story of the Chalmers Car: Being a description of how Chalmers motor cars are built in the shops of the Chalmers Motor Company at Detroit, Michigan
1913
Models: Model “30”, 4-Cylinder, 30 H.P. [$1600]; Model “Thirty-Six”, 4-Cylinder, 36 H.P. [$1950]; Model “Six”, 6-Cylinder, 54 H.P. [$2400, 7-passenger $2600] –“Thirty-Six” 5-passenger Touring Car [$1950]; “Thirty-Six” 7-passenger Touring Car [$2150]; “Thirty-Six” 4-passenger Torpedo [$1950]; “Six” 5-passenger Touring Car [$2400]; “Six” 7-passenger Touring Car [$2600]; “Six” 4-passenger Torpedo [$2400]; “30” 5-Passenger Touring Car [$1600]; “30” 4-passenger Torpedo [$1600]; “Thirty-Six” 2-passenger Roadster [$1950]; “Six” 2-passenger Roadster [$2400]; “Thirty-Six” 3 or 4-passenger Coupe [$2250]; “Six” 3 or 4-passenger Coupe [$2700]; “Thirty-Six” 7-passenger Limousine [$3250]; “Six” 7-passenger Limousine [$3700]
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
80 p.; illustrations [Printed by Speaker-Hines Press, Detroit]

Story of The Chalmers Logo
3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 3
Cole: Mechanical Treatise on Technique and Construction of the Series Nine Cars, by Charles S. Crawford, Chief Engineer – Also, Information on the Operation and Care of the Series Nine Cole – Cole: The Standardized Car
1913
Models: Series 9
Cole Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
84 p.; illustrations [Cornelius Printing Company, Indianapolis]
Cole Mechanical Treatise Logo
3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 4
The Cole Blue Book, by Homer McKee
1913
Models: Model 60T [$2485]; Model 50T [$1985]; Model 40T [$1685]; Model 60C 6-Cylinder, 6-passenger Toy Tonneau [$2485]; Model 50C 4-Cylinder, 6-passenger Toy Tonneau [$1985]; Model 40R roadster [$1685]; Model 50R Roadster [$1985]; Model 60R Roadster [$2485]; Model 50K Coupe [$2500]; Model 60K Coupe [$3000]; Model 50B Berlin [$3250]; Model 60B Berlin [$3750]
The Cole Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
63 p.; illustrations [Designed Illustrated and Printed by The Hollenbeck Press Indianapolis]
Cole Blue Book Logo
3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 5
Croxton Taxicab: Built for Taxicab Service – The Croxton Motor Car Co., Manufacturers of High Grade Motor Cars, Taxicabs and Trucks
1913
Models: Model B6, 6-Cylinder, 6-passenger [$3000]; Model A4, 4-Cylinder, 5-passenger [$2500]; Model 10 [Panel Truck] [$2000]; 3 Ton Truck [$3000]
The Croxton Motor Car Co., Washington, Pennsylvania
19 p; illustrations
Croxton Taxicabs Logo
3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 6
Croxton French 30 Models: Parts Price List
1913
Models: French 30
The Croxton Motor Co., E. 72nd St. and Lake Shore R.R., Cleveland, Ohio [cover hand written “Car” added, Cleveland, Ohio crossed out and “Washington, Penna” written in]
32 p.
Coxton French 30 Models Logo
3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 7
Croxton Pleasure Cars – The Croxton Motor Car Co., Manufacturers of High Grade Motor Cars, Taxicabs and Trucks
1913
Models: B 6, 6-cylinder, Fore-door 6 Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; A 4, 4-cylinder, 4 Passenger Touring Car (also available as Taxicab, Town Car or Landaulet) [$2500]; Taxicab; Model 10 Truck [$2250]
The Croxton Motor Car Co., Washington, Pennsylvania
18 p.; illustrations
Croxton Pleasure Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 8
Empire, “The Little Aristocrat” Automobile Co.: Parts Book for Models A and B Empire Cars – Form 1011 – [Prices effective June 1, 1912]
1912-1913
Models: Model A; Model B; Model C Empire 20 Roadster
Empire Automobile Co., 238 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana
15 p.; illustrations
Empire Logo
3-TOP p.v. 6, No. 9
Empire, “The Little Aristocrat”: Parts Book for Models A, B and C Empire Cars – Prices In Effect June 1, 1913
1913
Models: Model A; Model B; Model C
Empire Automobile Co., 238 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations
Empire Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 8 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues I – O 1913

3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 1
Imperial: The Car Royal [1914 Models – published 1913]
1914
Models: 54-6, Six-cylinder, Seven passenger Touring Car [$2500]; 44-6,

Six-cylinder, Five passenger Touring Car

 [$2,000]; 34-4,

Four-cylinder, Five passenger Touring Car

 [$1,650]; 34-R Four-cylinder Roadster [$1,650]; 32-4,

Four-cylinder, Five passenger Touring Car

 [$1,500]; 33-4,

Four-cylinder, Two passenger

 [$1,500]
Imperial Automobile Company, Jackson, Michgan
20 p., illustrations
Imperial - The Car Royal Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 2
Hupmobile: Repair Parts Catalog – May 1913
1913
Models: Model “H” Touring Car; Model “HR” Roadster
Hupp Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
46 p.; illustrations
Hupmobile Repair Parts Catalog Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 3
K-R-I-T Motor Cars: Repair Parts Price List – 1910 -1911 – 1912 – 1913
1913
Models: Model “A” Open Type Body; Model “A” Fore Door Body; Model “U” Underslung; Model “K” Touring Car; Model “KR” Roadster; Model “KD” Delivery;
K-r-i-t Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
71 p. & 2 order blanks; illustrations
K R I T Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 4
The Locomobile Book: The Fifteenth Annual Catalog of Locomobile Motor Cars
1913
Models: (prices include $100 for electric starter) 

“38” 

Little Six Touring Car, five passengers [$4400];

“38” 

Little Six Torpedo, four passengers [$4400];

“38” 

Little Six Roadster, two passengers [$4400];

“38” 

Little Six Coupé, three passengers [$5100];

“38” 

Little Six Limousine, six passengers [$5400];

“38” 

Little Six Limousine, seven passengers [$5450];

“38” 

Little Six Landaulet, six passengers [$5500];

“38” 

Little Six Landaulet, seven passengers [$5550];

“38” 

Little Six Berline Limousine, seven passengers [$5650];

“38” 

Little Six Berline Landaulet, seven passengers [$5750]; Six “48” Touring Car, seven passengers [$5100]; Six “48” Torpedo, four passengers [$5100]; Six “48” Torpedo, five passengers [$5100]; Six “48” Roadster, two passengers [$5100]; Six “48” Limousine, seven passengers [$6100]; Six “48” Landaulet, seven passengers [$6200]; “30” Four-cylinder Torpedo [$3600]; “30” Roadster [$3600]; “30” Four-cylinder, Five Passenger Touring Car [$3600]; Five-Ton Truck
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut – 16-24 West 61st Street, New York, New York
99 p.; illustrations – [Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
The Locomobile Book Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 5
Lozier: Talks With Men Who Know – No. 101
1913
Models: “Big Six” [$5000]; “Light Six” [$3250]
Lozier Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
Lozier Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 6
M & P Electric: “Delivering the Goods with Electric Vehicles”
1913
Models: 1,000 Pounds [Chassis, $1,450; Open Express Body $1,500; Closed Panel Body $1,600]; 2,000 Pounds [Chassis, $1,850; Open Express Body $1,900; Closed Panel Body $2,000]
M & P Electric Vehicle Co., Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations
M & P Electric Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 7
Metz “Special” – “Wonders Never Cease” – The Best Roadster Car in the World
1913
Models: “Special” Roadster, 4-cylinders, 22

½

H.P. [$395]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
16 p.; illustrations [Henry Decker, Ltd., New York City]
Metz Special Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 8
Overland: Confidential Plan
1913
Notes: Overland Confidential Part Payment Plan
Overland Part Payment Co., 1599-1601 Broadway at 49th Street, New York, New York
3 p.
Overland Part Payment Co Logo
3-TOP p.v. 8, No. 9
Overland: Directions for the Operation, Care and Adjustment of Overland Automobiles
1913
Models: Model 79
The Willys-Overland Comapny, Toledo, Ohio
118 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing and Paper Co. (Stationers, Printers, Binders), Toledo, Ohio]
Overland Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 10 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues S – W 1913

3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 1
The Standard Electrique
1913
Models: Model M
The Standard Electric Car Company, Jackson, Michigan
31 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Standard Electrique Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 2
Stevens-Duryea Motor Cars
1913
Models: Model “C-Six” 2-Passenger Roadster [$450];

Model “C-Six” 

5-Passenger Touring [$4500];

Model “C-Six” 

5-Passenger Convertible Phaeton [$5000];

Model “C-Six” 

 Coupelet [$5000];

Model “C-Six” 

7-Passenger Limousine (131-inch wheelbase) [$5500];

Model “C-Six” 

Demi-Berline [$5550];

Model “C-Six” 

7-Passenger Berline (131-inch wheelbase) [$5700];

Model “C-Six” 

7-Passenger Touring [$4750];

Model “C-Six” 

7-Passenger Convertible Phaeton

 (138-inch wheelbase) [

$5250];

Model “C-Six” 

7-Passenger Limousine (138-inch wheelbase) [$5750];

Model “C-Six” 

7-Passenger Berline (138-inch wheelbase) [$5950]
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee, Massachusetts
20 p.; illustrations
Stevens-Duryea Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 3
Studebaker: Price List of Parts – Effective May 15, 1913
1913
Models: Model “35” Touring Car [$1290]; Model “35” Coupe [$1850]; Model “35” Sedan [$2050]
The Studebaker Corporation of America, Detroit, Michigan
91 p.; illustrations
Studebaker Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 4
Studebaker: Price List of Parts – Effective May 15, 1913
1913
Models: Model “25” Roadster [$875]; Model “25” Touring Car [$885]
The Studebaker Corporation of America, Detroit, Michigan
79 p.; illustrations [Griswold Press]
Studebaker Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 5
Stutz Motor Cars Series “E” Four Cylinder and Six Cylinder Models – The Sturdy Stutz
1913
Models: Series E Four-cylinder, Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2150];

Series E 

Six-cylinder, Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2400];

Series E Four-cylinder 

Torpedo Roadster [$2000];

Series E Six-cylinder Torpedo Roadster [

$2250]; Four-cylinder Bear-cat [$2000]; Six-cylinder Bear-cat [$2250]; Four-cylinder Coupe [$2600]; Six-cylinder Coupe [$2850]
Stutz Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by the Hollenbeck Press, Indianpolis]
Stutz Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 6
Stutz: Parts Price List and Instruction Book – 

The Car That Made Good in a Day

1913
Models: Model A
Ideal Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
32 p.; illustrations
Stutz Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 7
The Sturdy Stutz: 1913’s Road Race King
1913
Models:
Stutz Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
The Sturdy Stutz Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 8
The Auto Era; Vol. XII, No. 8 – Whole No. 140 – April, 1913 – Published Monthly by The Winton Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
See: The Auto Era in NYPL Catalog
The Auto Era Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 9
The Auto Era; Vol. XII, No. 9 – Whole No. 141 – May, 1913 – Published Monthly by The Winton Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
See: The Auto Era in NYPL Catalog
The Auto Era Logo
3-TOP p.v. 10, No. 10
The Auto Era; Vol. XII, No. 10 – Whole No. 142 – June, 1913 – Published Monthly by The Winton Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
See: The Auto Era in NYPL Catalog
The Auto Era Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 11 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – FED 1913

3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 1
Abbott-Detroit Motor Cars – Fourth Abbott-Detroit Announcement
1913
Models: 44-50 Fore Door Limousine [$3050]; 44-50 Seven-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$2000]; 44-50 Fore-Door Demi-Tonneau [$1975]; 44-50 Fore-Door Battleship Roadster [$2150]; 34-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; 34-40 Three-Passenger Fore-Door Roadster [$1700]
Abbott Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Abbott-Detroit Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 2
ALCO Motor Truck Book of Instructions
1913
Models:
American Locomotive Company, 1886 Broadway, New York, New York
51 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by the Treadway Press, New York]
ALCO Motor Truck Book of Instructions Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 3
The American: Nineteen Twelve-Thirteen Price List of Parts
1913
Models: Model “32” 30 H.P. Roadster; Moeld “34” 30 H.P. Tourist
American Motors Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
32 p.; illustrations [Century Catalog Co., Indianapolis]
The American Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 4
American Underslung – Limousines and Coupes
1913
Models: American Traveler Limousine (Colonial Limousine, Four doors, Six Passengers, 50 H.P.) [$6000]; American Tourist Limousine (Colonial, Convertible Limousine-Coupe, Five-Passenger, 32.4 H.P.) [$3500]; American Scout Coupe (Colonial Type, Three-Passengers) [$2000]; Type 56-A American Traveler Six Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; Type 54-A American Traveler Four Passnger Touring Car [$4250}; Type 34-A American Tourist Four Passenger Touring Car [$2350}; Type 32-A Two Passenger American Roadster [$2350]; Type 22-B Two Passenger American Scout Roadster [$1475]
American Motors Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Designers Printers and Binders, Indianapolis]
American Underslung Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 5
American Underslung
1913
Models: American Tourist (Type 34-A) Four Passenger Touring Car [$2350]; American Roadster (Type 32-A) Two Passenger [$2350]
American Motors Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
14 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
American Underslung Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 6
Autocar – List of Customers; A Few Facts; What the User Says – It Pays to Invest in The Autocar Delivery Vehicle – An Exceptional Vehicle At An Exceptional Price
1913
Models: Type 21 F
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
20 p.; illustrations
It Pays to Invest in The Autocar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 7
The Autocar: Price List of Parts – Continuous Efficiency Guaranteed
1913
Models: XXI, Cars Numbering from 10501 to 1100 Inclusive
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
179 p. & 20 p. supplement; illustrations
The Autocar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 8
Buffalo Electrics
1913
Models: Model 30 Four-Passenger Coup

é

[$3,200]; Model 30 B Four-Passenger Coup

é

[$3,300]; Model 29 Roadster [$2,600]
The Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company, Buffalo, New York
10 p.; illustrations
Buffalo Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 9
Cadillac
1913
Models: Five Passenger Touring Car [$1975]; Six Passenger Car [$2075]; Four Passenger Torpedo [$1975]; Four Passenger Phaeton [$1975]; Two Passenger Roadster [$1975]; Seven Passenger Limousine [#3250]; Four Passenger Coupe [$2500]
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros, Grand Rapids]
Cadillac Logo
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 10
Dorris Motor Cars – Built to Last
1913
Models: Model H Four Passenger Car [$2,500]; Model H Six Passenger Car [$2,550]; Model H Seven-Passenger Limousine {$3,600]; Model H Combination Roadster [$2,650]; Model H Roadster [$2,500]; Model H Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model H Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,550]
Dorris Motor Car Co., St. Louis, Missouri
27 p.; illustrations
Dorris Motor Cars Log
3-TOP p.v. 11, No. 11
Federal Motor Trucks: The Blue Book of Traffic
1913
Models: 120″ Wheelbase, 3,000 pounds (Stake Body or Express Body) [Chassis $1800]; 144″ Wheelbase, 3,000 pounds (Stake Body of Open Panel) [Chassis $1800]
Federal Motor Truck Co., Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Compiled Designed Engraved Printed by the Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
Federal Motor Trucks Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 12 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – W 1913

3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 1
The Autocar: Commercial Cars, Catalogue Series No. 5 – Used In Every Line of Business – June, 1913
1913
Models: XXI, Three thousand pounds, 2-cylinder, 18 H.P. (Photos of trucks in use with various customer names and logos, list of commercial users)
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania – The Autocar Sales & Service Co., New York – 428-430-435-437 West 19th Street
110 p.; illustrations
The Autocar Log
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 2
Glide Automobiles: Price List of Parts for – Effective September 1st, 1910
1910
Models: Special 45 Touring Car; Special 45 Roadster; Scout; Model “G” (1908); Model “G Special” (1908): Model “G Special” (1909); Model R (1909)
The Bartholomew Co., Peoria, Illinois
72 p.
Glide Automobiles Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 3
The Borland Electric – With supplement, “The Borland Electric: Worm-Bevel Drive”
1913
Models: Model 50 – Five Passenger Coupe [$2,900]; Model 52 – Open Body Roadster (New Model) [$2,550]; Model 60 – Seven-Passenger Limousine de Luxe [$5,500]
The Borland-Grannis Company, Chicago, Illinois
20 p. & 3 p. supplement; illustrations  [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
The Borland Electric Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 4
The Detroiter: Repair Parts Price List
1913
Models:
Briggs-Detroiter Company, 475-489 Holbrook Avenue, Detroit, Michigan
16 p. [The Franklin Press, Detroit]
The Detroiter Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 5
Buick Motor Cars
1913
Models: Model 24 Two-Passenger, 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Roadster [$950]; Model 25 Five-Passenger, 4-cylinder 28 H.P.,Touring Type [$1050]; Model 30 Two-Passenger, 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Roadster[$1125]; Model 31 Five-Passenger, 4-cylinder 32 H.P.  Fore-door Touring Type [$1285]; Model 40 Five-passenger, 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Fore-door Touring Type[$1650]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan – 1733 Broadway, New York, New York
32 p;.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Buick Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 6
Cartercar – A Few “Whys” Worth Considering, Being a Narrative on the Cartercar; Telling of the Different Models, their Features and Advantages
1913
Models: Model 5-A 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; Model 5-B 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1600]; Model 5-C 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Colonial Coupe [$1900]; Model 5-D 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Colonial Sedan [$2000]
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan – New York Branch, Broadway and 77th St.
58 p.; illustrations [Campbell-Ewald Company, Advertising Service, Detroit, Mich. – Produced by The Franklin Press, Detroit, Mich.]
Cartercar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 7
Ford Motor Cars – Ford: The Universal Car – First Edition, November 1912
1913
Models: Model T 5-Passenger 4-cylinder 20 H.P.  Touring Car [$600]; Model T 2-Passenger 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Runabout [$525]; Model T 6-Passenger 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Town Car [$800]
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
30 p.; illustrations
Ford Model T Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 8
K-R-I-T Motor Cars
1913
Models: Model “KT” 4-cylinder Five Passenger Touring Car [$900 (handwritten, marked down from $1000)]; Model “KR” 4-cylinder Two Passenger Roadster [$900 (handwritten, marked down from $1000)]; Model “KD” 4-cylinder Covered Delivery [$900 (handwritten, marked down from $1000)]
The KRIT Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations
K R I T Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 9
National – Use Business Judgment in Buying a Motor Car
1913
Models: Improved Series V [$2,750 to $3,400]
National Motor Vehicle Co., Indianpolis, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
National Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 10
National
1913
Models: Improved Series V – Semi-Racing Roadster [$2750]; Speedway Roadster [$3150]; Toy Tonneau [$3300]; Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3300]; Seven-Passenger Touring Car [ $3400]
National Motor Vehicle Co., Indianpolis, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
National Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 11
Pullman: A Decade of Success – Tenth Anniversary Souvenir and Hand Book, 1903-1913
1913
Models: Model 6-66 7-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; Model 6-66 Torpedo [$2,750]; Model 6-66 Speedster [$2,750]; Model 4-44 Vestibulated Five-Passenger Touring Car[$2,150]; Model 4-44 Toy Tonneau [$2,150]; Model 4-36 Vestibulated Touring Car[$1,675]; Model 4-36 Speedster [$1,675]; Model 4-36 Vestibulated Speedster [$1,675]; Model 4-50 Vestibulated Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,400]; Model 36-40 H.P Taxicab
The Pullman Motor Car Co., York, Pennsylvania
80 p.; illustrations [Munder Thomsen Press, Baltimore]
Pullman Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 12
Automobiles Renault
1913
Models: 40-60 H.P.  Six-Cylinder [Chassis $6,500]; 45-60 H.P. Four-cylinder [Chassis $5,750]; 30-40 H.P. Four-cylinder [Chassis $5,000]; 22-35 H.P. Six-cylinder [Chassis $4,800]; 22-30 H.P. Four-cylinder [Chassis $4,600]; 16-24 H.P. Four-cylinder [Chassis $4,000]; 12-18 H.P. Four-cylinder Curved Frame [Chassis $3,300]; 12-18 H.P. Four-cylinder Straight Frame [Chassis $3,000]; 11-15 H.P. Four-cylinder [Chassis $2,500]; 11-15 H.P. Four-cylinder Taxicab body [$3,100]; 9-12 H.P. Two-cylinder [Chassis $1,900]; 9-12 H.P. Two-cylinder Taxicab body [$2,500]; 9-12 H.P. Two-cylinder Runabout [$1,600]
Renault Selling Branch, Inc., 719 Fifth Avenue (at 56th Street), New York, New York – Repair and Spare Parts Department, 214-216 West Fifty-Sixth Street, New York, New York
28 p.; illustrations
Renault Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 13
Garford Cars – Simple, Flexible, Reliable – Garford cars embody all those rare touches of refinement and elegance which truly distinguish the best from the rest
1913
Models: G-14 Six-Fifty Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; G-14 Six-Fifty Six-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; G-14 Six-Fifty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; G-14 Six-Fifty Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; G-14 Six-Fifty Two-Passenger Roadster [$4500];G-8 Four-Forty Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; G-8 Four-Forty Six-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; G-8 Four-Forty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; G-8 Four-Forty Four-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; G-8 Four-Forty Two-Passenger Roadster [$3750]; G-12 Four-Thirty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3200]; G-12 Four-Thirty Four-Passenger Touring Car [$3200]; G-12 Four-Thirty Two-Passenger Roadster[$3200]
Willys-Garford Sales Co., Toledo, Ohio – Plant at Elyria, Ohio
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
Garford Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 14
Winton: Price List of Parts for – Corrected to June 15, 1913
1913
Models: Winton Six, Model 17-D
The Winton Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
31 p.
Winton Six Logo
3-TOP p.v. 12, No. 15
The Winton Six for 1913
1913
Models: Winton Six Touring Body [$3000]; Winton Six Runabout [$3000]; Winton Six Toy Tonneau [$3000]; Winton Six Limousine (three-quarter) [$4250]; Winton Six Limousine (full four-door) [$4500]; Winton Six Landaulet [$4500]; Winton Six [Chassis $2750]
The Winton Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 70th Street, New York, New York
62 p.; illustrations [The Caxton Company, Cleveland]
Winton Six Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 13 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues F – W 1913

3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 1
Ford: Price List of Parts – Model T
1913
Models: Model T 1909 – 1913
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – 1723 Broadway, Nwe York, New York – Export Department: 18 Broadway, New York, New York
62 p.; illustrations
Ford Price List of Parts Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 2
General Vehicle – Modern Motor Delivery with G.V. Electrics
1913
Models: 750-Pound Wagon; 1000-Pound Wagon; 2000-Pound Wagon; 2-Ton Truck; 3

½

-Ton Truck; 5-Ton Truck
The General Vehicle Company Inc., Long Island City, New York (Works and General Office) – Sales office: 505 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [The Barta Press, Boston – New York]
G V Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 3
Guterman & Myers – Automobile Insurance Rates (for Ford 22 H.P. Touring Car)
1913
Guterman & Myers, Insurance, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, New York
1 p.
 
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 4
Havers “Six” – The Pioneer Popular Priced Six Cylinder Car
1913
Models: “Six-55” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; “Six-44” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]; “Six-55” Two-Passenger Roadster [$2250]; “Six-55” Two-Passenger Knickerbocker Speedster [$2250]
Havers Motor Car Co., Port Huron, Michigan
15 p.; illustrations [Designed and Written by J. Walter Thompson Company of Detroit – Produced Complete by The Franklin Press of Detroit]
Havers Six Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 5
The Henderson Accelerator
1913
Models: Model 56 De Luxe Four-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1785]; Model 54 De Luxe Two-Passenger Roadster [$1785]; Model 66 Six-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2285]; Model 46 Four-cylinder Five-Passenger Light Touring Car [$1585]; Model 58 Four-cylinder Three-Passenger Coupe [$2285]; Model 68 Six-cylinder Three-Passenger Coupe [$2785] NB: Models run on coal oil.
The Henderson Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
Henderson Accelerator Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 6
Hudson “37”: Parts Price List
1913
Models: Model “37”
Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
82 p.; illustrations
Hudson 37 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 7
Hudson – Here is the Answer to that oft asked question: “What will Howard E. Coffin do when he builds a Six?” – The Hudson “54”, A Six
1913
Models: Model “54” Touring Car [$2450]; Model “54” Torpedo [$2450]; Model “54” Roadster [$2450]
Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Hudson 54 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 8
Hudson – 48 Engineers Build their four cylinder Masterpiece – Howard E. Coffin and his Specialists now offer The Hudson “37”
1913
Models: Model “37” Touring Car [$1875]; Model “37” Torpedo [$1875]; Model “37” Roadster [$1875]
Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Hudson 37 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 9
Hupp-Yeats Electric
1913
Models: Model 1A Four-Passenger Coupe [$1750]; Model 1B Four-Passenger Coupe “Patrician” [$2150]; 2A Two- or Three-Passenger Torpedo Runabout [$1650]
Hupp Corporation, Detroit, Michigan (Hupp over-stamped R-C-H)
12 p.; illustrations [Created and Produced by the Norman Pierce Company, New York, Chicago, Indianapolis – Copyright 1911]
Hupp-Yeats Electric Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 10
Keeton Six Cylinder Motor Cars: French Type
1913
Models: Model 48 6-cylinder Riverside Model Touring Car [$2850, marked up with pasted insert to $3150]; Model 48 6-cylinder Meadowbrook Model Roadster [$2850,marked up with pasted insert to $3150]; Model 48 6-cylinder Tuxedo Model Coupe [$3200, marked up with pasted insert to $3400]
Keeton Motors, Limited, Brantford, Canada
16 p.; illustrations
Keeton Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 11
Kline Kar – Advance Announcement, Series A
1913
Models: Model 6-60 Touring Car [$3,500]; Model 6-60 Toy Tonneau [$3,500]; Model 6-60  Two-Passenger Runabout [$3,250]: Model 6-50 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,850]; Model 6-50 Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2,850]; Model 6-50 Two-Passenger Runabout [$2,850]: Model 6-60 Two-Passenger Meteor or Speed Car [$3,200]; Model 6-50 Two-Passenger Meteor or Speed Car [$2,800]; Model 4-40 Two-Passenger Meteor or Speed Car [$2,200]; Model 4-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car[$2,250]; Model 4-40 Four-Passenger Toy [$2,250]; Model 4-40 Two-Passenger Runabout [$2,250]: Model 4-30 Five-Passenger Touring Car[$1,850]; Model 4-30  Four-Passenger Toy [$1,850]; Model 4-30 Two-Passenger Runabout [$1,850]
Kline Motor Car Corporation, York, Pennsylvania – Richmond, Virginia
12 p.; illustrations
Kline Kar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 12
The Mitchell Family – A complete and Illustrated history – Known the world over
1913
Models: 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster; Six-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster; 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car; 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car; 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car; 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car; 4-cylinder Town Car; 4-cylinder Limousine; 6-cylinder Town Car; 6-cylinder Limousine — Big Six Seven-passenger fore door 60 H.P. [$2250]; Little Six Five-Passneger fore door 48 H.P. [$1750]; 5-4 35 H.P. Five-passenger fore door [$1350]; 4-4 30 H.P. Four-pasenger fore door [$1150]; 2-4 30 H.P. Two-Passenger fore door [$950, top extra]
Mitchell-Lewis Motor Company, Racine, Wisconsin
36 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago – New York]
The Mitchell Family History Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 13
Pierce-Arrow 10,000 Pound Capacity Motor Truck (Worm Drive) – Second Edition
1913
Models: 5-Ton Truck [$4,500]
Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co., Buffalo, New York
32 p.; illustrations [The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland and New York]
Pierce-Arrow Five-Ton Truck Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 14
SGV Cars
1913
Models: 5 Passenger Touring Car [25 H.P $2,500, 35 H.P. $3,250]; Miller Gunboat [25 H.P $2,500, 35 H.P. $3,250]; Foxhall Runabout [25 H.P $2,750, 35 H.P. $3,250]; Runabout [25 H.P $2,500, 35 H.P. $3,000]; Torpedo Roadster [25 H.P $2,600, 35 H.P. $3,100]; W. S. Gunboat [25 H.P $2,600, 35 H.P. $3,250]; Dipped Roof Limousine [25 H.P $3,750, 35 H.P. $4,250]; Landaulet-Limousine [25 H.P $3,750, 35 H.P. $4,250]; Limousine [25 H.P $ 3,5000, 35 H.P. $4,000]; Colonial Brougham [25 H.P $4,000, 35 H.P. $5,000]; Landau Brougham [25 H.P $3,500, 35 H.P. $4,000]; Enclosed Runabout (Submarine Model) [25 H.P $3,750, 35 H.P. $4,250]
S G V Co, Reading, Pennsylvania (Back stamped: Gotham Motor Car Company, 236 W. 54th Street, New York)
16 p.; illustrations
SGV Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 15
Velie Motor Cars: 1913 Preliminary Announcement – The Name Insures the Quality
1913
Models: Model 40 Five-Passenger Touring Car Model 40 Four-Passenger Torpedo Model 40  Limousine; Model M Five-Passenger Touring Car; Velie Dispatch Five-Passenger Touring Car; Model 32 Five-Passenger Touring Car; Dispatch Roadster
Velie Motor Vehicle Company, Moline, Illinois
16 p.; illustrations
Velie Logo
3-TOP p.v. 13, No. 16
White Steam Cars – A Catalog of White Steam Cars – White Steam Cars use either kerosene or gasoline as fuel
1913
Models: Model O-O 20 H.P Touring Car [$2,000], Model O-O 20 H.P Runabout [$2,000], Model O-O 20 H.P Limousine [$2,800], Model O-O 20 H.P Landaulet [$3,300]; Model M-M 40  H.P. Seven-passenger Pullman Body [$4,000], Model M-M 40  H.P. Five-passenger Touring [$4,000], Model M-M 40  H.P. Runabout [$4,000], Model M-M 40  H.P. Toy Tonneau [$4,000], Model M-M 40  H.P. Seven-passenger Limousine [$5,000], Model M-M 40  H.P. Five-passenger Limousine [$4,800], Model M-M 40  H.P. Landaulet [$5,000]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Branch Office – Broadway at 62nd St., New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations
White Steam Car Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 14 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – J 1913

3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 1
The Acme Motor Car Co. (S. G. V.) : Instruction Book
1913
Models: S.G.V.
The Acme Motor Car Co., Reading, Pennsylvania
31 p.; illustrations [The McFarland Publicity Service – The Picture of Advertising – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania]
S G V Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 2
The Glide Automobile: Price List of Parts
1913
Models: Model “36-42”
The Bartholomew Co., Peoria, Illinois
30 p. [Brown Printing Co., Peoria, Illinois]
Glide Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 3
The Detroiter – 1913 Catalog
1913
Models: Standard Model A 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car [$850]; Standard Model A-1

 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car

 [$900]; Standard Model A-2

 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car

 [$900]; Standard Model A-4

 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster

[$900]; Standard Model A-3

 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster

[$900]
Briggs-Detroiter Company, 475-489 Holbrook Ave., Detroit, Michigan
12 p.; illustrations
Detroiter Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 4
Buick Commercial Cars
1913
Models: Standard Open Express, No. A-2 [$1,000]; Standard Express Canopy Top with Roll Curtains, No. A-20 [$1,075]; Combination Wagonette and Express Body, No. A-22 [$1,135]; Combination Express Body, Without Seats, No. A-21 [$1,135]; Standard Express, Screen Top with Roll Curtains, No. A-24 [$1,145]; Standard Panel Top No. A-23 [$1,200]; Special Old English Motor Bus [$2,750]; Standard Platform with Stakes, No. A-3 [$1,035]; Standard Long Body Commercial Car No. A-4 (with stakes) [$1,065]; Standard Furniture Car No. A-5 [$1,160]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
31 p.; illustrations [Compiled and Produced by Frederic B. Hart, Chicago]
Buick Commercial Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 5
Commercial Truck Company of America: Manufacturers of Electric Commercial Vehicles
1913
Models: 500 -Lb. Wagon; 1,000-Lb. Wagon; 1-Ton Wagon; 2-Ton Truck; 3

½

-Ton Truck; 5-Ton Truck; 7-Ton Truck
Commercial Truck Company of America, 27th and Brown Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
31 p.; illustrations
Commercial Truck Company Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 6
Corbitt Model “F” Truck
1913
Models: Model “F” – 2500 Lbs. Capacity [Chassis $2000]; Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1975]; Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1975]; Sto-Passenger Gentleman’s Roadster [$1800]
Corbitt Automobile Company, Henderson, North Carolina
12 p.; illustrations
Corbitt Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 7
The Favary Tire – A Revolution in Principle, A Revelation in Results [Non-inflatable tire]
1913
Favry Tire Company, Inc., Fifth Ave. at 57th St., New York, New York – Factory: Middletown, New York (Address stamped over original -111 Broadway)
28 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by Clarkson & Reed, New York]
The Favary Tire Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 8
The Garford Three Ton Motor Truck
1913
Models: Three Ton Motor Truck [Chassis $3,400]
The Garford Company, Elyria, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [Artcraft, Cleveland]
Garford Three Ton Truck Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 9
The Garford One and One Half Ton Motor Truck
1913
Models: One

 

½ 

Ton Motor Truck [Chassis $2,850]
The Garford Company, Elyria, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [Artcraft, Cleveland]
Garford Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 10
The Garford Five Ton Motor Truck
1913
Models: Five Ton Motor Truck [Chassis $4,500]
The Garford Company, Elyria, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [Artcraft, Cleveland]
Garford Five Ton Truck Logo
3-TOP p.v. 14, No. 11
Rambler Motor Cars: Parts Price List – Number Fifteen
1913
Models: Cross Country Five-Passenger; Cross Country Four-Passenger; Cross Country Roadster; Cross Country Seven-Passenger; Sedan; Gotham
The Thomas B. Jeffery Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin – New York Branch: 38-40 West Sixty-second Street, New York, New York
63 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Smith Co., Printers, Cleveland]
Rambler Parts Price List Logo

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3 TOP p.v. 15 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues K – V 1913

3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 1
KisselKar 1912-1913 Pleasure Cars: Price List of Parts
1913
Models: Model 30; Model 40; Model 50; Model 60
The Kissel Motor Car Co.. Hartford, Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
33 p.; illustrations
Kissel Kar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 2
KisselKar – Every Inch a Car
1913
Models: 30 H.P. Semi-Touring [$1700]; 30 H.P. Semi-Racer [$1700];

30 H.P. 

Coup

é [$2450]; 

40 H.P. Semi-Touring [$2000]; 40 H.P. 5-Passenger Coupé [$3000];

50 H.P. Touring [$2500]; 

50 H.P. Limousine [$4000]; 50 H.P. 4-door Limousine [$4250]; 60 H.P. 7-Passenger “Six” [$3150]; 60 H.P. “Six” Limousine [$4650]; 60 H.P. 6-Passenger “Six” [$3150]; 60 H.P. Foredoor Limousine [$4900];
Kissel Motor Car Co., Hartford, Wisconsin
8 p.; illustrations
Kissel Kar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 3
Metz Cars: Price List of Parts
1913
Models: 1913 Models, including 1909-10-11-12 Part Lists
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
63 p.; illustrations [Perry & Searle Co., Printers, Lynn, Mass.]
Metz Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 4
Peerless Motor Trucks
1913
Models: 3-Ton [Chassis $3,700]; 4-Ton [Chassis $4,000]; 5-Ton [Chassis $4,500]; 40-Four Special Service and Fast Delivery Cars
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio – 1760 Broadway at 57th St., New York
62 p.; illustrations [The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland and New York – “The Complete Press”]
Peerless Motor Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 5
Stearns-Knight Four-Cylinder Cars, 1913: Assembly Drawings and Price-List of Parts – Stearns: The Ultimate Car (Knight Type Motor)
1913
Models: 7-passenger Touring Car; 5-passenger Touring Car; 4-Passenger Light Touring Car; roadster; Limousine; Landaulet
The F.B. Stearns Company, Cleveland, Ohio – The F.B. Stearns Co. of New York, Broadway at 57th St., New York, New York
33 p.; illustrations
Stearns-Knight Logo
3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 6
Stearns-Knight Six-Cylinder Cars, 1913: Assembly Drawings and Price-List of Parts – Stearns: The Ultimate Car (Knight Type Motor)
1913
Models: 

7-passenger Touring Car; 5-passenger Touring Car; 4-Passenger Light Touring Car; roadster; Limousine; Landaulet

The F.B. Stearns Company, Cleveland, Ohio

 – The F.B. Stearns Co. of New York, Broadway at 57th St., New York, New York

32 p.; illustrations
Stearns-Knight Logo
3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 7
Stoddard Dayton Automobiles – 1913 Advance Catalogue, Stoddard-Dayton Automobiles
1913
Models: “Knight” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000];

“Knight” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Compartment Roadster [$4,900]; “Knight” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6,250]; 

“48” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,800];

“48” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Compartment Roadster [$2,800]; 

 

“48”  Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3,900]; 

“38” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,850];

“38” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Compartment Roadster [$1,750]; “38” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$2,750]; “38” Four-Passenger Coupe [$2,350]; 

“30” 4-cylinders 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,450];

 “30” 4-cylinders 30 H.P. Compartment Roadster [$1,450]; 

 
United States Motor Company, Stoddard-Dayton Division, 3 West 61st Street, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago – New York]
Stoddard Dayton Logo
3-TOP p.v. 15, No. 8
Velie Motor Cars: Parts Price List
1913
Models: Velie 40 – Model D; 

Model E; Model F; Model G; Model G-1; Model GL; Model GLL; Model GT; Model H; Model HC; Model H-1; Model H-2; Model I; Model I-100; Model K; Model L; Model M; Model N; Model O

Velie Motor Vehicle Co., Moline, Illinois
116 p.; illustrations
Velie Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 16 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – M 1913

3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 1
Ames Motor Cars – The Kentucky Thoroughbred, A Natural Development
1913
Models: Model 45 4-cylinder 36 to 42 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore door Touring Car [$1745]; Model 45 4-cylinder 36 to 42 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore door Roadster [$1745] (prices with self-starter, $1595 without)
The Ames Motor Car Company, Incorporated, Owensboro, Kentucky
8 p.; illustrations
Ames Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 2
Argo Electric Vehicles – The New Argo Models
1913
Models: Model C-Fore Drive, Five Passenger Coupe [$3100]; Model B Torpedo Roadster, Four Passenger [$2500]; Model A-Brougham, Four Passenger [$2800]
Metzger-Harrington-Argo Company, 2412-14 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois – Factories: Saginaw, Michigan
13 p.; illustrations
Argo Electric Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 3
Battery Truck Crane – Bulletin No. 4892A, General Electric Company, Power and Mining Department, October, 1912
1913
General Electric Company, Schenectady, New York
12 p.; illustrations
Battery Truck Crane Logo

3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 4
Buffalo Electrics – The Best of America
1913
Models: Model 30-B Forward Drive Four-Passenger Brougham [$3,000]; Model 30  Four-Passenger Coupe [$2,900]; Model 29 Two-Passenger Roadster (Runabout) [$2,600]; Model 6 Two-Passenger Victoria [$1,700]
Buffalo Electric Vehicle Co., Buffalo, New York [The Corday and Gross company, Cleveland]
16 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 4a
Babcock Electric – Babcock Model 17
1913
Models: Model 17
Babcock
2 p.; illustrations –  inserted before the first page for Buffalo Electrics (No. 4, above)

Buffalo Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 5
Buick Motor Cars
1913
Models: Model 24 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$950]; Model 25 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Five-Passenger fore door Touring Type [$1050]; Model 30 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1125]; Model 31 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Type [$1285]; Model 40 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore door Touring Type [$1650]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engravings and Printing by Joseh Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Buick Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 6
Cadillac [Announcement]
1913
Models: 4-cylinder 40-50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,975]; 4-cylinder 40-50 H.P. Six-Passenger Car [$2,075]; 4-cylinder 40-50 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1,975]; 4-cylinder 40-50 H.P. Four-Passenger Phaeton [$1,975]; 4-cylinder 40-50 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,975]; 4-cylinder 40-50 H.P. Four-Passenger Coupe [$2,500]; 4-cylinder 40-50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3,250]
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
Cadillac Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 7
Chalmers Doings: 1913 Announcement Number, Number 131, July 1912
1912
Models: “Thirty-six” Five-passenger Touring Car [$1850]; “Thirty-six” Four-passenger Torpedo [$1850]; “Thirty-six” Two-passenger Roadster [$1850]; “Thirty-six” Seven-passenger Touring Car [$2050]; “Thirty-six” Four-passenger Coupe [$2250]; “Thirty-six” Seven-passenger Limousine [$3250]; “Six” Five-passenger Touring Car [$2300]; “Six” Four-passenger Torpedo [$2300]; “Six” Two-passenger Roadster [$2300]; “Six” Seven-passenger Touring Car [$2500]; “Six” Four-passenger Coupe [$2700]; “Six” Seven-passenger Limousine [$3700]; “30” Five-passenger Touring Car [$1500]; “30” Four-passenger Torpedo [$1500]
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
36 p.; illustrations [Peninsular Engraving Company, Detroit]
Chalmers Doings Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 8
The Detroit Electric – Society’s Town Car – World’s Foremost Electric Automobile
1913
Models: Model 42 Clear Vision Four- or Five-Passenger Brougham [Lead Battery – $3000, Edison Battery – $3664]; Model 37 Brougham [Lead Battery – $3600, Edison Battery – $4264]; Model 35 Extension Brougham [Lead Battery – $2850, Edison Battery – $3514]; Model 36 Brougham [Lead Battery – $2700, Edison Battery – $3364]; Model 38 Two- or Three-Passenger Roadster Coupe [$2600, $3264]; Model 41 Limousine [$5000]; Model 39 Roadster [Lead Battery – $2350, Edison Battery – $3014]; Model 40 Vistoria [Lead Battery – $2300, Edison Battery – $2964];
Anderson Electric Car Co., Detroit, Michigan – 80th and Broadway, New York, New York
39 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
Detroit Electric Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 9
Fiat: Monthly Illustrated Review; 1st Year, N. 3, September 1913
1913
Models: 25 HP FIAT Torpedo Char-à-Banc; 25 HP FIAT Hotel Omnibus; 15/20 HP FIAT Ambulance Van; 15/20 HP FIAT Delivery Van
[FIAT], Corso Dante, 30, Turin, Italy
10 p.; illustrations [printed by Messrs. Vincenzo Bona with blocks by Messrs. Mossa & Floris of Turin — Gerente responsible: Luigi Carnesciali – Vincenzo Bona, Tipografo delle LL. MM. e dei RR. Principi – Torino.]
Fiat Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 10
Fiat: Monthly Illustrated Review; 1st Year, N. 1, July 1913
1913
Models:
[FIAT], Corso Dante, 30, Turin, Italy
10 p.; illustrations [printed by Messrs. Vincenzo Bona with blocks by Messrs. Mossa & Floris of Turin — Gerente responsible: Luigi Carnesciali – Vincenzo Bona, Tipografo delle LL. MM. e dei RR. Principi – Torino.]
 
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 11
FIAT: Three 1913 Models – Reprint from Motor Age, November 21, 1913
1913
Models: Model 54; Model 55; Model 56
FIAT – plant at Poughkeepsie, New York
5 p.; illustrations
Fiat Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 12
Firestone Columbus Motor Cars
1913
Models: Model 60 E 4-cylinder Five-Passenger

Touring Car; Model 62 E

 4-cylinder

 

Seven-Passenger 

Limousine; Model 68

 4-cylinder

Seven-Passenger

 Touring Car; Model 82 E

 4-cylinder

 

Three-Passenger

 Roadster; Model 82 E

 4-cylinder

Roadster With Wire Wheels; Model 86 E

 4-cylinder

 

Five-Passenger

 Touring Car; Model 90 E 6-cylinder 

Seven-Passenger

 Touring Car; Model 98 E

 6-cylinder

 

Five-Passenger

 Touring Car

The Columbus Buggy Company, Columbus, Ohio
20 p.; illustrations [Artcraft, Cleveland]
Firestone Columbus Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 13
Inter-State Motor Cars – The Inter-State Car is Refined to the Hour of Shipment – “The man’s car that a woman may drive with pleasure”
1913
Models: Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring [$2400]; Model “41” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$2400]; Model “42” 4-cylinder Fore-Door Roadster [$2400]; Model “52” 4-cylinder Roadster [$3400]; Model “51” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$3400]; Model “50” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3400]
Inter-State Automobile Company, Muncie, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [American Lithographic Co., New York]
Inter-State Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 14
Glide 36-42 H.P. – The Sensation of the Year
1913
Models: “36-42” Two-Passenger Speedster [$1690]; “36-42” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1690]
The Bartholomew Company, Peoria, Illinois
8 p.; illustrations
Glide Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 15
Glide 45-H.P.
1913
Models: Delivery Wagon [$2,000]; Five-Passenger 4-cylinder Torpedo [$2,150]; Two-Passenger

4-cylinder 

Scout [$2,000]; Four-Passenger

4-cylinder 

Scout [$2,000]; Seven Passenger

4-cylinder 

Torpedo [$2,250]
The Bartholomew Company, Peoria, Illinois
8 p.; illustrations
Glide Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 16
Haynes Automobiles – Beginning the Second Generation
1913
Models: Model 22 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250];

Model 22 

Four-Passenger Touring [$2250];

Model 22 

Two-Passenger Roadster [$2250];

Model 22 

Three-Passenger Coupe [$2750];

Model 22 

Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3400];

Model 22 

Seven-Passenger Berlin [$3500]; Chassis [$1950]
Haynes Automobile Co., Kokomo, Indiana – 1715 Broadway, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Compiled and Written by A. L. Tisch, Adv. Mgr. Haunes Automobile co.][Executed Complete by the Catalog Service Corporation 115 No. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Indiana]
Haynes Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 17
International Motor Company: Mack Trucks – Saurer Trucks – Leading Gasolene Trucks of the World – Price List – Effective September 8, 1913
1913
Models: Mack 1-Ton Type 1 Chassis [$2,000];

Mack 

1

½

-Ton Type 1 Chassis [$2,350];

Mack 

2-Ton Type 1 Chassis [$2,700];

Mack 

3-Ton Type 1 or 2 Chassis [$3,400];

Mack 

5-Ton Type 1 or 2 Chassis [$4,000];

Mack 

7

½-Ton Type 1 or 2 Chassis [$4,500]

 ; Mack 3-Ton Dump Truck [$4,000]; Mack 5-Ton Dump Truck [$4,500]; Mack 7

½-Ton Dump Truck [$5,000]; 

Saurer 5-Ton Chassis [$4,800], 6

½-

Ton Chassis [$5,800]
International Motor Company, Broadway and 57th Street, New York, New York – Shops: Allentown, Pennsylvania [Mack]; Plainfield, New Jersey [Saurer]
8 p.; illustrations
Mack Saurer Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 18
Jackson – “Foreword” – No Hill too Steep, No Sand too Deep
1913
Models: “Olympic” 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Touring Car; “Majestic”

 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Touring Car

; “Sultanic” 6-cylinder 55 H.P. Touring Car [$2500]

“Sultanic” 6-cylinder 55 H.P. 

Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
4 p.; 2 inserts; illustrations
Jackson Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 19
Knox Pleasure Cars – Knox Knowledge
1913
Models: Model 46 “Little Six” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$4500]; Model 44 Raceabout [$3450]; Model 46 Raceabout [$4500]; Model 44 Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3550]; Model 45 Six-Passenger Torpedo [$3850]; Model 66 Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5150]; Model 66 Seven-Passenger Touring Car (Type “B” Body) [$5150]; Model 46 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5500]; Model 46 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Colonial Berline [$5500]; Model 45

 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger

 Colonial Berline [$4850]; Model 45

 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger 

Landaulet [$4900]; Knox Commercial; Knox Fire and Civic Vehicles; Knox Martin Tractors
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts – Service branches: 1966 Broadway, New York, New York; 1458 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
36 p.; illustrations [The F. A. Bassette Company, Printers, Springfield, Massachusetts]
Knox Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 20
Lancia Cars
1913
Models: 4-cylinder 20 H.P. [Chassis $2,850]; 4-cylinder 30 Horse-Power (Type B, Type D, Type E) [Chassis $3,500]
Adams-Lancia Company, 235 West 58th Street, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations [Vreeland Advertising Press, 350 W. 38th St., New York]
Lancia Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 21
Lenox – “The Quality of a Master”
1913
Models: Model MC “Six” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; NC “Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4050]; AC “Four” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; EC “Four” Two-Passenger Speedster (Torpedo Speed Car) [$2100]; DC “Four”

Two, Three or Four-Passenger 

Roadster [$2000]; FC 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Limousine, Cab Side [$3300]; HC 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]
The Lenox Motor Car Company. Inc., Boston, Massachusetts – Salesroom: 16 Columbus Avenue Motor Mart., Boston – Factories: Hyde Park and Jamaica Plain
20 p.; illustrations
Lenox Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 22
The Lenox Car: 1913 Advance Information – As Good as a Lenox, The goal for which our competitors are striving – Reprint from The Automobile Journal
1913
Models: Four Cylinder [$2000]; Six Cylinder [$2750]
Lenox Motor Car Co., Boston, Massachusetts
10 p.; illustrations
Lenox Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 23
The Locomobile – The Car of 1913 – “The Best Built Car in America”
1913
Models: Big Six “48” 82 H.P. Touring Car [$5000]; Big Six “48”

82 H.P. 

Torpedo [$5000]; Big Six “48”

82 H.P. 

Roadster [$5000]; Big Six “48”

82 H.P. 

Limousine [$6000]; Big Six “48”

82 H.P. 

Landaulet [$6100]; Little Six “38” 63 H.P. Touring Car [$4300]; Little Six “38”

63 H.P. 

Torpedo [$4300]; Little Six “38”

63 H.P. 

Roadster [$4300]; Little Six “38”

63 H.P. 

Limousine [$5350]; Little Six “38”

63 H.P. 

Landaulet [$5450]; Little Six “38”

63 H.P. 

Berlin Limousine [$5550]; Little Six “38”

63 H.P. 

Berlin Landaulet [$5650]; 4-cylinder “30” 41 H.P. Touring Car [$3600]; 4-cylinder “30”

41 H.P. 

Torpedo [$3600]; 4-cylinder “30”

41 H.P. 

Roadster [$3600]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
14 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Edward Stern & Co., Inc, Philadelphia, New York]
Locomobile Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 24
Marion 1913 Motor Cars – Advance Catalog Nineteen Thirteen
1913
Models: 37-A

30-40 H.P.

Touring Car [$1475]; 48-A 48 H.P. Touring Car [$1850]; 36-A 30-40 H.P. “Bobcat” Roadster [$1425]
The Marion Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
Marion Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 25
Mason – The Mason Does It in Spite of Hill or High Water – Announcement
1913
Models: Model L Touring Car [$1350]
Mason Motor Company, Waterloo, Iowa
4 p.; illustrations
Mason Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 26
Maxwell – The New Maxwell “22” – Advance Description
1913
Models: Model “22” 4-cylinder Roadster [$785]
United States Motor Company, Three West Sixty-First Street, New York (taken from No. 27)
4 p.; illustrations
Maxwell 22 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 27
Maxwell – Maxwell “40” – Advance Description
1913
Models: Model “40” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,675]; Model “40” Roadster [$1,675]
United States Motor Company, Three West Sixty-First Street, New York
4 p.; illustrations
Maxwell 40 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 28
Maxwell – Maxwell “30” – Advance Description
1913
Models: Model “30” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1145]; Model “30” Roadster [$1115]
United States Motor Company, Three West Sixty-First Street, New York
4 p.; illustrations
Maxwell 30 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 29
Metz “22”
1913
Models: Model “22” 4-cylinder Roadster Torpedo [$495]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
16 p.; illustrations [Henry Decker, Ltd.]
Metz 22 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 30
Metz “Twenty-Two” Roadster
1913
Models:

Model “22” 4-cylinder Roadster Torpedo 

[$495]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
8 p.; illustrations
Metz 22 Image
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 31
1913 Announcement of Mighty Michigan 40, and Other Cars of the Mighty Michigan Line
1913
Models: Michigan “40” Model R [$1,585]; Mighty Michigan Roadster Model S 40 H.P. [$1,585]; Model “L” 33 H.P. Touring Car [$1,400]; Model “O” 33 H.P. Roadster [$1,400]
Michigan Motor Car Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan – Owned by the Owners of the Michigan Buggy Company
16 p.; illustrations [Hammond Press, W. B. Conkey Company, Chicago]
Michigan Motor Car Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 32
Mitchell – The Car You Ought to Have at the Price You Ought to Pay
1913
Models: Model 5-4 Five-Passenger 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car [$1500]; Model 2-6 

 Two-Passenger 

4-cylinder 40 H.P.[$1500]; Model 7-6 Seven-Passenger 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Touring Car [$2500]; Model 5-6 Five-Passenger 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$1850]; Model 2-6 Two-Passenger 4-cylinder 50 H.P. [$1850]

Mitchell-Lewis Motor Company, Racine, Wisconsin
8 p.; illustrations [addressed to: Commerical Union Assurance Co., Ltd., 55 John St., New York, New York]
Mitchell Logo
3-TOP p.v. 16, No. 33
Moon Cars
1913
Models: Model “48K” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,985]; Model “48K”

4-cylinder 

Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1,985]; Model “48K”

4-cylinder 

Gentlemen’s Speedster [$1,800]; Model “48K”

4-cylinder 

Roadster [$1,985]; Model “39”

4-cylinder 

Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,650]; Model “39”

4-cylinder 

Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1,650]; Model “39”

4-cylinder 

Gentlemen’s Speedster [$1,500]; Model “39”

4-cylinder 

Roadster [$1,650]; Model “65” 6

-cylinder 

Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2,500]
Moon Motor Car Co, Saint Louis, Missouri
16 p.; illustrations [Taylor & Evans (too small to be clear and legible)]
Moon Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 17 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues N – S 1913

3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 1
Nyberg: Fours 1913 – Introducing two Four Cylinder Models which Spell Achievement Leadership and Value 1913 Value is Greater Value Than Ever – Nyberg Quality Means the Best at All Times
1913
Models: Four-37 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1295]; Four-37 Roadster [$1285]; Four-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1450]; Four-40 Roadster [$1400]
Nyberg Automobile Works, 2437-39 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois – Northern Factory: Anderson, Indiana – Southern Factory: Chattanooga, Tennessee
4 p., illustrations
Nyberg Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 2
Oakland: Oaklands for 1913 (Oakland Cars for 1913) – Third Edition – The Car with a Conscience
1913
Models: Greyhound 6-60 Five- or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2400]; Greyhound 6-60 Close-Coupled Touring Car [$2400]; Model 42 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1600]; Model 42 Close-Coupled Touring Car [$1600]; Model 45 Seven-Passenger Berline Limousine [$3000]; Model 42 Four-Passenger Coupe [$2500]; Model 42 Sociable Roadster [$1600]; Model 40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1450]; Model 35 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1075]; Model 35 Runabout [$1000]
Oakland Motor Car Company, Pontiac, Michigan
30 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House]
Oakland Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 3
Oldsmobile (15th Year)
1913
Models: Model Six, Five-Passenger Touring [$3200]; Model Six, Seven-Passenger Touring [$3350]; Model Six Tourabout, Four-Passenger [$3200]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michgan – 1648-1650 Broadway, New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations [Written and designed by Advertising Department, Olds Motor Works]
Oldsmobile Logo

3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 4
Peerless – Peerless Motor Cars
1913
Models: “38-Six” Five-Passenger Touring [$4300]; “38-Six” Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4300];  “38-Six” Three-Passenger Roadster [$4300]; “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Touring [$5000]; “48-Six” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5000]; “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Touring [$6000]; “60-Six” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$6000]; “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Touring [$4300]; “40-Four” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$4300]; “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5400]; “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5300]; “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$5500]; “38-Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5300];  “38-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5300]; “38-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$5500];  “38-Six” Three-Passenger Coupé [$5000];  “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6000]; “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$6200]; “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6100]; “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$7200];  “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7000]; “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7100]; “24-Four” or Town Car Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4300]; “24-Four” or Town Car Six-Passenger Limousine [$4200];  3-Ton Truck [Chassis $3700]; 4-Ton Truck [Chassis $4000]; 5-Ton Truck [Chassis $4500]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Peerless Motor Car Co. of N.Y., 1760 Broadway at 57th St., New York
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]

Peerless Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 5
Peerless Motor Cars
1913
Models: 

 “38-Six” Five-Passenger Touring [$4300]; “38-Six” Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4300]; 

 “38-Six” Three-Passenger Roadster [$4300]; 

“48-Six” Seven-Passenger Touring [$5000]; “48-Six” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5000]; “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Touring [$6000]; 

“60-Six” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$6000]; 

“40-Four” Seven-Passenger Touring [$4300]; 

“40-Four” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$4300]; 

“40-Four” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5400]; 

“40-Four” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5300]; “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$5500]; 

“38-Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5300]; 

 “38-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5300]; “38-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$5500];  “38-Six” Three-Passenger Coup

é

 [$5000];  

“48-Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6000]; “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$6200]; 

“48-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6100]; “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$7200];  

“60-Six” Seven-Passenger 

Limousine [$70

00]; 

“60-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7100]; 

“24-Four” or Town Car Six-P

assenger Landaulet [$4300]; Peerless Motor Trucks

The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio
32 p.; illustrations [The Caxton Company, Cleveland]
Peerless Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 6
Pierce-Arrow: Sixes
1912 – 1913
Models: Model C Six-cylinder 

38 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4300];

Model C Six-cylinder 

38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4300]; 

Model C Six-cylinder 

38 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$4300]; Model C 6-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Brougham [$5200];

Model C 6-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger

 Landaulet [$5200];

Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$4850]; ​

Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4850]; Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4850];

Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Brougham [$6100]; Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Landaulet [$5000]; Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Suburban [$6100]; Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger

Landau [$6100];

Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Vestibule Suburban [$6300]; Model B 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Vestibule Landau [$6300]; Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$5850];  

Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$5850]; 

 

Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$5850];

Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Brougham [$7100]; Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Landaulet [$7100]; Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Seven-Passenger

Suburban [$7100];

Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Landau [$7100]; Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Seven-Passenger

Vestibuled Suburban [$7300]; 

Model A 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Vestibule Landau [$7300]
The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company, Buffalo, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
Pierce-Arrow Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 7
Pilot – The Car Ahead
1913
Models: Pilot 40 Fore-door Roadster [$2,000]; Pilot 40 4-cylinder 53 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Pilot 50 4-cylinder 59 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]; Pilot 50 4-cylinder 59 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]; Pilot 60 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Pilot 60 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]
Pilot Motor Car Company, Richmond, Indiana – Pilot Car Sales Co., Richmond, Indiana
36 p.; illustrations [The Estabrook Press, Boston]
Pilot Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 8
Pope-Hartford Public Service Wagons
1913
Models: Chemical and Hose Wagons; Chief’s Wagons; Police Patrol; Chemical and Flying Squadron; Ambulance
The Pope Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Connecticut
8 p.; illustrations
Pope-Hartford Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 9
Pullman: Advance Announcement – Catalog Issued November 15, 1912
1913
Models: Pullman 4-36 Vestibuled Five-Pasenger Fore-door Touring Car [$1,675]; Pullman 4-36 Toy Tonneau; Pullman 4-36 Roadster; Pullman 4-36 Coupe; Pullman 4-36 Landaulet; Pullman 4-36 Limousine; Pullman 4-44 Vestibuled Five-Passenger Fore-door Touring Car [$2,150]; Pullman 4-44 Toy Tonneau; Pullman 4-44 Roadster; Pullman 4-44 Coupe; Pullman 4-44 Landaulet; Pullman 4-44 Limousine; Pullman 4-50 Vestibuled Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,400]; Pullman 4-50 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,400]; Pullman 4-50 Toy Tonneau; Pullman 4-50 Roadster; Pullman 4-50 Limousine; Pullman 4-50 Coupe; Pullman 4-50 Landaulet; Pullman 6-66 Seven-Passenger Fore-door Touring Car [$2, 750];  Pullman 6-66 Roadster;  Pullman 6-66 Toy Tonneau;  Pullman 6-66 Coupe;  Pullman 6-66 Limousine;  Pullman 6-66 Landaulet; Pullman 4-36 Vestibuled Speedster [$1,675]; Pullman 36-40 H.P. Taxicab
Pullman Motor Car Co., York, Pennsylvania
16 p.; illustrations [Munder Thomsen Press, Baltimore]
Pullman Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 10
The Cross Country Rambler
1913
Models: Cross Country 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; Cross Country 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1650]; Four-Passenger Cross Country Touring Car [$1700]; The Gotham Five-Passenger Limousine [$2750]; Gasoline and Electric Four-Passenger Sedan Coupe [$2500]
The Thomas B. Jeffery Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
30 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Smith Co. Printers, Chicago]
Cross Country Rambler Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 11
REO The Fifth – 1913 Preliminary Catalog
1913
Models: Five-Passenger 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1,095]; Two-Passenger 4-cylinder Roadster [$1,095]; 4-cylinder Town Car [$1,600]
REO Motor Car Co., Landing, Michigan – R.M. Owen & Co., General Sales Agents
8 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Lansing, Michigan]
REO Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 12
Speedwell: The Speedwell Magazine, Catalog Number, Vol. 4, No. 3., March 1913
1913
Models: Speedwell “Six”, Model “A” [$2850]; Speedwell “Six”, Model “C” [$2950]; Model “B” [$2850]
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations
The Speedwell Magazine Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 13
Speedwell: The Speedwell Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1913
1913
Models: Speedwell Motor Tractor; Speedwell “Six”, Models “A” [42850]; “B” [$2850]; “C” [$2950]
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
The Speedlwell Magazine Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 14
Speedwell: The Speedwell Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 7, July 1913
1913
Models: Trucks; Speedwell “Six
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
The Speedwell Magazine Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 15
Staver Motor Cars – Electrically Lighted and Started – “Just Push the Botton” – “The Staver is a Stayer”
1913
Models: Model “Six – Sixty-Five” 6-cylinder 85 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model “Five – Fifty-Five” 4-cylinder 75 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; “Forty-Five” Special 4-cylinder 65 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1975]; “Forty-Five” 4-cylinder 65 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1875]; “Forty-Five” 4-cylinder 65 H.P. Two-Passenger Speedster [$1975]; Four – “Fifty-Five” 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Four-Passenger  Speedster [$2250]
The Staver Carriage Company, 76th and Wallace Streets, Chicago, Illinois
20 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago – New York]
Staver Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 16
Stearns – The Ultimate Car – Knight Type Motor – “The White Line Radiator Belongs to the Stearns”
1913
Models: Stearns-Knight 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; Stearns-Knight 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Light Touring Car [$3750]; Stearns-Knight 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3900]; Stearns-Knight 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Roadster [$3750]; Stearns-Knight 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Limousine [$5650]; Stearns-Knight 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Landaulet [$5750]; Stearns-Knight 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Stearns-Knight 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4850]; Stearns-Knight 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Roadster [$4850]; Stearns-Knight 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Light Touring Car [$4850]; Stearns-Knight 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Limousine [$6750]; Stearns-Knight 6-Cylinder Landaulet [$6850]
The F. B. Stearns Company, Cleveland, Ohio
32 p. & 3 letter facsimiles; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
Stearns Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 17
Stevens-Duryea –  Rebuilt Stevens-Duryea Motor Cars – Completely Dissembled, and then Rebuilt
1913 (various year models included)
Models: Model “R”, The Stevens-Duryea Four 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [1906-07 $500 to $800]; Model “U” The Light Six 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [1907-’08-’09 $1000 to $1500]; Model “X” 36 H.P. Touring Car [1909-’10 $1500 to $2000]; Model “Y” 54 H.P. Touring Car [$1909-1910 $2200 to $3000]; Model “AA” 44 H.P. Touring Car [$2500]; Complete Limousine Cars [$1000 to $3000]; Runabout Bodies are also carried
A. G. Spalding & Bros., 29-33 West 42nd Street and 1873-1875 Broadway, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations [L.F. Weston, Printer, Cambridge]
Rebuilt Stevens-Duryea Logo
3-TOP p.v. 17, No. 18
Studebaker Automobiles
1913
Models: Model “35” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$1290]; Model “35” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Sedan Type [$2050]; Model “35” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Coupe [$1850]; Model “25” 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$885]; Model “25” 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster [$875]; Model “Six” 40 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$1550];Model “Six” 40 H.P. Limousine [$2500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$1,190];  Model “30” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Demi-Tonneau [$1,190];  Model “30” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$1185]; Model “20” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Touring Car [$885]; Model “20” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Roadster [$830]; Model “20” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Delivery Car [$800]
The Studebaker Corporation of America, Detroit, Michigan – Broadway and 59th Street, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations [Griswold Press]
Studebaker Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 18 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – S 1913

3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 1
Ames – The Story of a Change The Kentucky Thoroughbred
1913
Models: 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1635]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1635]
The Ames Motor Car Company, Owensboro, Kentucky
8 p., illustrations
Ames Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 2
Cartercar
1913
Model: Model 5-A 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; Model 5-B 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1600]; Model 5-C 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Colonial Coupe [$1900]; 5-D 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Colonial Sedan [$2000]
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
Cartercar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 3
Detroit Demountable Rims [$30.00] – Equip Your Ford Car with “Detroit” Demountable Rims
1913
Detroit Demountable Rim Co., Detroit, Michigan
1 p.; illustrations
Detroit Demountable Rims Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 4
Empire – “The Little Aristocrat”
1913
Models: 25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$950]
Empire Automobile Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
10 p. foldout; illustrations
Empire Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 5
Federal Motor Trucks – The Blue Book of Traffic
1913
Models: 3,000 pounds capacity Chassis, painted [$1820]; Stake Body [$125 – $150]; Express Body [$100 – $125]
Federal Motor Truck Company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Compiled Designed Engraved Printed by the Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
Federal Motor Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 6
FIAT – The Master Car – 16th Year, 40,000 Owners
1913
Models: Type 56 – 50 H.P.6-cylinder Type B Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; Type 56 – 50 H.P. 6-cylinder Type A Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; Type 56 – 50 H.P. 6-cylinder Limousine [$6,000]; Type 56 – 50 H.P. 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Phaeton [$5,000]; Type 56 – 50 H.P. 6-cylinder Runabout [$5,000]; Type 56 – 50 H.P. 6-cylinder Landaulet [$6,100]; Type 56 – 50 H.P. 6-cylinder Berline [$6,300]; Type 54 – 4-cylinder 35 H.P Five-Passenger Phaeton [$4,000]; Type 54 – 4-cylinder 35 H.P Type A Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,000]; Type 54 – 4-cylinder 35 H.P Type B Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,000]; Type 54 – 4-cylinder 35 H.P Runabout [$4,000]; Type 54 – 4-cylinder 35 H.P Limousine [$5,000]; Type 54 – 4-cylinder 35 H.P Landaulet [$5,100]; Type 54 – 4-cylinder 35 H.P Berline [$5,300]; Type 55 – 55 H.P. 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Phaeton [$4,500]; Type 55 – 55 H.P. 4-cylinder Type A Touring Car [$4,500]; Type 55 – 55 H.P. 4-cylinder Type B Touring Car [$4,500]; Type 55 – 55 H.P. 4-cylinder Runabout [$4,500]; Type 55 – 55 H.P. 4-cylinderLimousine [$5,500]; Type 55 – 55 H.P. 4-cylinder Landaulet [$5,600]; Type 55 – 55 H.P. 4-cylinder Berline {$5,800]
FIAT Turin, Italy – Poughkeepsie, New York
12 p.; illustrations [F. B. Howard, Poughkeepsie, New York]
Fiat Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 7
Great Western: Price List of Parts Applying to Great Western 1913 Models
1913
Models: 1913
Great Western Automobile Company, Peru, Indiana
17 p.; illustrations
Great Western Price List of Parts Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 8
Henderson: The Car of Your Dreams
1913
Models: Model 46 4-cylinder 44 H.P. Standard Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1485]; Model 44 4-cylinder 44 H.P. Standard Two-Passenger Roadster [$1385]; Model 50 De Luxe Two-Passenger Roadster [$1585]; Model 48 De Luxe Five-Passenger Touring [$1685]
Henderson Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana – 1662 Broadway, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
Henderson Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 9
McIntyre – The Perfection of the McIntyre Has Made Trucking by Motor Power Practical
1913
Models: One-Half Ton 2-cylinder [$600]; One-Half Ton 4-cylinder [$800]; Fifteen Hundered Pounds [$1500]; One and One-Half Tons [$2300]; Three Ton [$3200]; Five Ton [$4200]; 6-40 Pleasure Car [$1635 with electric starter]
The W. H. McIntyre Company, Auburn, Indiana [Hammond Press, W. B. Conkey Company, Chicago]
8 p. foldout; illustrations
McIntyre Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 10
Marion – Advance Facts of Marion Motor Cars
1913
Models: Model 37-A 30-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1475]; Model 48-A 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]; Model 36-A “Bobcat” 30-40 H.P. Roadster [$1425]
The Marion Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
Marion 37-A Logo
3-TOP p.v. 18, No. 11
Stutz – The Sturdy Stutz Announcement – Series “B”
1913
Models: Model “B” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2300]; Model “B” 6-cylinder Roadster [$2250]; Model “B” 4-cylinder Roadster [$2000]
Ideal Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
Sturdy Stutz Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 19 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – J 1914

3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 1
Famous Apperson “Jack Rabbit” Motor Cars – Twenty-First Year
1914
Models: “Four forty-five” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1785];

“Four forty-five” Limousine [$2500]; “Six sixty-five” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2350]; “Six sixty-five” Roadster [$2350]; “Six forty-five” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2200]; “Six forty-five” Roadster [$2200]; Light “Four forty-five” Five-passenger Touring Car [$1785]; Light “Four forty-five”  Roadster [$1600]; Light “Four forty-five” Coupe [$2350]

Apperson Brothers Automobile Co., Kokomo, Indiana
18 p.; illustrations [The Artcraft Co., Cleveland]
Apperson Jack Rabbit Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 2
The Argo Car
1914
Models: The Argo Car 4-cylinder 8 to 12 H.P. Two-Passenger [$295]
Argo Motor Co., Inc., 7 East Forty-Second Street, New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
Argo Car Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 3
Autocar: Practical Talk about a Practical Delivery Vehicle – November 20, 1913
1914
Models:
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
24 p.
Autocar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 4
Bailey Electrics for Business Purposes – Bulletin No. 22
1914
Models: Business Runabout [With 60 A-4 Edison cells – $2305; With 60 A-5 Edison cells – $2500]; Light Service Car [With 60 A-4 Edison cells – $2400; With 60 A-5 Edison cells – $2595]; Light Delivery Wagon [With 60 A-4 Edison cells – $2400; With 60 A-5 Edison cells – $2595]
S.R. Bailey & Co., Inc, 895 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts – Factory at Amesbury, Massachuetts
8 p.; illustrations
Bailey Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 5
Bailey Electric Roadster, Equipped with Edison Storage Battery – Bulletin No. 30
1914
Models: Model F [$2900]
S.R. Bailey & Co., Inc, 895 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts – Factory at Amesbury, Massachuetts
8 p.; illustrations
Bailey Electric Roadster Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 6
Bailey Electric Roadster, Equipped with Edison Storage Battery – Supplement to Bulletin No. 30
1914
Models: Four Passenger Roadster [$3300]
S.R. Bailey & Co., Inc, 895 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts – Factory at Amesbury, Massachuetts
4 p.; illustrations
Bailey Electric Roadster Image
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 7
Bailey Electrics Victoria Phaeton, Equipped with Edison Storage Battery – Bulletin No. 11
1914
Models: Victoria Phaeton [$2600]
S.R. Bailey & Co., Inc, 895 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts – Factory at Amesbury, Massachuetts
8 p.; illustrations
Bailey Electric Victoria Phaeton Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 8
Baker Electrics
1914
Models: Model DA Lever Steer Worm Gear Coupe [$2800];

Model DB Wheel Steer Worm Gear Coupe [$2800]; Model BBD 

Double Drive Brougham [$3250];

Model BBF 

Front Drive Brougham [$3250]; Model VAE Lever Steer 

Bevel Gear Coupe [$2600];

Model VAEF Wheel Steer 

Bevel Gear Coupe [$2600]; Model WA Wheel Steer 

Roadster [$2300]; 

Model WB Lever Steer 

Roadster [$2300]

The Baker Motor Vehicle Co., Cleveland, Ohio
20 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
Baker Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 9
The Briscoe Car: Detailed Specifications
1914
Models: The Briscoe Car Two-Passenger Roadster [$750]; 

The Briscoe Car Five-Passenger Tourist [$750]

Briscoe Motor Company, General Offices, Broadway and 59th Street, New York, New York – Manufacturing Plants: Jackson, Michigan
4 p.
Briscoe Car Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 10
The Briscoe Car
1914
Models:

The Briscoe Car Two-Passenger Roadster [$750]; 

The Briscoe Car Five-Passenger Tourist [$750]

Briscoe Motor Company, Executive Offices, Broadway and 59th Street, New York, New York – Manufacturing Plants: Jackson, Michigan
4 p.
Briscoe Car Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 11
Buick Motor Cars: Fours and Sixes
1914
Models: Model B24 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$950]; Model B25

4-cylinder 28 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car

 [$1,050]; Model B36 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,235]; Model B37 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Type [$1,335]; Model B38 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Coupe [$1,800]; Model B55 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Type 

[$1,985]

Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
20 p., illustrations [The Cargill Press, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
Buick Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 12
Cadillac: Price List of Parts – First Edition -Effective February 1st, 1914
1914
Models:
Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
152 p.; illustrations
Cadillac Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 13
Cartercar – The Car With the Gearless Transmission – The Gearless Transmission of the Cartercar and its various models
1914
Models: Model 5-A 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; Model 5-B 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1600]; Model 5-C 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Colonial Coupe [$1900]; Model 5-D 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Colonial Sedan [$2000]; Model 7 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model 7 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1250]
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
23 p.; illustrations [Prepared by Campbell-Ewald Co. Adv. Service, Detroit, Michigan; Printed by The Republican Publishing Company, Hamilton, Ohio]
Cartercar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 14
Columbus Electrics
1914
Models: Model 1204 Four-Passenger Victoria Stanhope; Model 1218 Two-Passenger Gentleman’s Roadster; Model 1220 Four-Passenger Coupe; Model 1230 Four-Passenger Colonial Coupe; Model 1234 Four-Passenger Brougham; Model 1250 Four-Passenger Colonial Brougham
The Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio
20 p.; illustrations [Artcraft, Cleveland]
Columbus Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 15
Crawford – Advance Announcement of Crawford Light-Weight 14-40 – Built to give the Purchaser the best value for his money
1914
Model: Model 4-40 (sic) 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Standard [$2,100]; Model 4-40 (sic) 4-cylinder Four-Passenger [$2,100]; Model 4-40 (sic) 4-cylinder Six-Passenger [$2,100]; Model 4-40 (sic) 4-cylinder Roadster Special [$2,100]
Crawford Automobile Co., Hagerstown, Maryland
8 p.; illustrations
Crawford Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 16
Crawford Trucks: Special Announcement of Crawford Light-Weight 14-40 – Built to give the Purchaser the best value for his money
1914
Model: 40 H.P. Three-Ton Truck [$3,000]; 30 H.P. Light Delivery Truck [$1,450]
Crawford Automobile Co., Hagerstown, Maryland
2 p. foldout; illustrations
Crawford Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 17
Detroiter with Self Starter – “Always There”
1914
Models: 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Touring Car [$900, with Detroiter-Remy Starter, $1025]; 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Roadster [$900, with Detroiter-Remy Starter, $1025]; 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger English Torpedo Type [$850]
Briggs-Detroiter Co.
16 p.; illustrations
Detroiter Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 18
Empire – “The Little Aristocrat” – Instruction and Parts Book for Model 31 Empire Five Passenger Touring Car
1914
Models: Model 31 Five-Passenger Touring Car
Empire Automobile Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
31 p. & inserts; illustrations
Empire Model 31 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 19, No. 19
Jackson Motor Cars – No Hill too Steep, No Sand too Deep
1914
Models: 6-cylinder 55 H.P. Sultanic Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2300]; 6-cylinder 55 H.P. Sultanic Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2150]; 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Majestic Touring Car [$1885]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Olympic Forty Touring Car [$1385]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Olympic Forty Roadster [$1525]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
16 p. & letter; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Lansing, Michigan]
Jackson Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 20 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues K – P 1914

3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 1
Kelly-Springfield – Saving Costs in Delivery – The Motor Truck and What It Has Accomplished
1914
Models: Model K-30 1-Ton [Chassis $2000]; Model K-35 2-Ton [Chassis $2750]; Model K-40 3

½

-Ton [Chassis $3500]; Model K-50 5-Ton [Chassis $4250]
The Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Company, Springfield, Ohio
80 p., illustrations [Art Work and Engravings by the Barnes-Crosby Company, Chicago, Ill. – Printed by The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
Kelly Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 2
Locomobile: Four Cars a Day – and Other Inklings Concerning Motor Cars (A collection of announcements from general magazine advertisements.)
1914
Models:
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
24 p.; illustrations [Corlies, Macy & Co., New York]
Locomobile Four Cars a Day Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 3
Mercedes
1914
Models: 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Shaft Drive [$2750]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Shaft Drive [$3500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Shaft Drive [$4000]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Shaft Drive Knight Motor [$4000]; 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Shaft Drive Knight Motor [$5000]; 4-cylinder 65 H.P. Shaft Drive Knight Motor [$6850]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Shaft Drive [$4750]; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Shaft Drive [$5500]; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Chain Drive [$5500]; 4-cylinder 80 H.P. Chain Drive [$7000]; 4-cylinder 95 H.P. Chain Drive [$8000]; 6-cylinder 95 H.P. Shaft Drive “Special Sporting Model” [$9000] (all prices Chassis only)
Mercedes Distributing and Importing Co,. Inc., 3 East 52nd Street, at Corner of Fifth Ave., New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations
Mercedes Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 4
Metz Cars
1914
Models: Metz “Twenty-Two” 4-Cylinder Roadster Torpedo Semi-Enclosed Body [$475]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
18 p.; illustrations [Arranged and Printed by the Perry & Searle Co., Lynn – Boston]
Metz Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 5
Automobile Census of Minnesota, January 1st, 1914 – A Complete Statement of the Number of Each Make of Automobiles Regiserted in Minnesota on November First, Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen, Showing Total Registrations from Each Lass of Towns, According to Population
1914
Notes: Comparative Figures for 1914, 1913, 1912, 1909
The Farmer, Webb Publishing Company, Publishers, St. Paul, Minnesota
36 p.; charts
Automobile Census of Minnesota
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 6
Mitchell – Eighty Years of Keeping Faith with the People Back the Mitchell Motor Car – Eighty Years of Faithful Service to the American Public
1914
Models: “Big Six” 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Body [$2350]; “Light Six” 50 or 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Body [$1895]; “Four” 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Body [$1595]; “Light Six” 50 or 60 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster Body [$1895]; “Four” 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster Body [$1595]
Mitchell-Lewis Motor Co., Racine, Wisconsin
62 p.; illustrations [Osgood Co., Chicago – Milwaukee]
Mitchell Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 7
Oakland – Oakland Cars for 1914 – “The Car with a Conscience”
1914
Models: Model Six-Sixty Five- or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2450]; Model Six-Sixty Four-Passenger Close Coupled Touring Car [$2,450]; Model Six-Forty-Eight Light Six Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1785]; Model Six-Forty-Eight Light Six Two-Passenger Roadster [$1785]; Model Six-Forty-Eight Light Six Two Passenger Speedster [$1785]; Model Forty-Three Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1785]; Model Thirty-Six Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1200]; Model Thirty-Five Three-Passenger Sociable Roadster [$1150]; Model Thirty-Six Two-Passenger Cabriolet [$1585]; Model Forty-Three Four-Passenger Coupe [$2500]; Model Forty-Three Four-Passenger Sedan [$2600]
Oakland Motor Car Co., Pontiac, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations[Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Oakland Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 8
Paige-Detroit: Parts Price List – Effective November 1st, 1914
1914
Models: Model “36”
Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
35 p. [Wm. Cornehl & Sons, Detroit]
Paige-Detroit Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 9
Pathfinder
1914
Models: 42 H.P. Touring Car [$2185]; 42 H.P. Roadster [$2160]; 42 H.P. Phaeton [$2185]; 42 H.P. Cruiser [$2175]
The Motor Car Mfg. Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis – Decorations by Franklin Booth]
Pathfinder Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 10
Pathfinder – A New Plan fro Buying & Selling Automobiles, Book Three, by L. E. Willson
1914
The Motor Car Mfg. Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations
Pathfinder A New Plan
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 11
Pathfinder
1914
Models: Pathfinder Six 60 H.P. Leatherstocking Model Seven-Passenger [$2750]; Pathfinder Six 60 H.P. Leatherstocking Model Six-Passenger Berline $4250]; Pathfinder Six 50 H.P.  Daniel Boone Model  Five-Passenger [$2222]; Pathfinder Six 50 H.P.  Daniel Boone Model Seven-Passenger [$2750]
The Motor Car Mfg. Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations
Pathfinder Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 12
Automobiles Peugeot – Peugeot Cars – “Everlasting”
1914
Models: 4-cylinder 6-11 H.P. Baby Peugeot Runabout Torpedo [$975]; Type V.D. 4-cylinder 10-18 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2,850]; Type 144-A 4-cylinder 14-32 H.O.  Colonial Model [Chassis $3,000]; Type 144 4-cylinder 14-32 H.P. Worm Drive Model [Chassis $3,000]; Type 146 4-cylinder 18-46 H.P.  [Chassis $4,150]; Type 145 4-cylinder 18-46 H.P. Sport Type [Chassis $4,150]; Type 150 4-cylinder 40-92 H.P. Sport and Touring Types [Chassis $5,700]; Type 147 4-cylinder 40-92 H.P. Extra Long Chassis [Chassis $5,700]
Peugeot Auto Import Co., 1620-1624 Boradway, New York
12 p.; illustrations [Libien Press, 904 Eighth Avenue, New York]
Peugeot Logo
3-TOP p.v. 20, No. 13
Pilot – Will You Join the Ranks of Delighted Pilot Owners? Extracts from Letters Received from Pilot Owners
1914
Pilot Car Sales Co.; Richmond, Indiana
4 p.
Pilot Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 21 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues R – T 1914

3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 1
Rauch & Lang Electrics – We have been coach builders over sixty years – Worm Drive – Excel in Electric Car Construction
1914
Models: Roadster Model “R 4” [$2600]; Town Car Model “TC 4” [$3800]; Brougham Model “B 4” [$2950]; Demi-Brougham Model “DB 4” [$2850]; Coach Model “J 4” [Rear Control $3100; Front control $3100; Selective Dual Control $3200]; Club Roadster Model “CR 4” [$2800]
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Co., Cleveland, Ohio
6 p., illustrations [Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
Rauch & Lang Logo

3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 2
Rauch & Lang Electrics – Through Sixty Years
1914
Models: Roadster Model “R 5” [$2600]; Club Roadster Model “CR 5” [$2800]; Brougham Model “B 5” [$2950]; Brougham Model “BX 5” [$2950]; Coach Model “J 5” [Rear Control $3100; Front control $3100; Selective Dual Control $3200]; Town Car Model “TC 5” [$4000]; Town Car Model “TXC 5” [$4000]
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Co., 2180 West 21st St., Cleveland, Ohio
15 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio]

Rauch & Lang Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 3
The Selden Car: Advance Specifications
1914
Models: Model 48

4-cylinder 

5-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model 48-S

4-cylinder 7

-Passenger Touring Car 

[$2750]; Model 48-T

4-cylinder 4

-Passenger Torpedo

 [$2500]; Model 48-R

4-cylinder 2

-Passenger Roadster

 [$2500]; Model 48-L

4-cylinder 7

-Passenger Limousine

 [$3750]
Selden Motor Vehicle Company, Rochester, New York
4 p.; illustrations
Selden Car Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 4
The Selden Truck
1914
Models: 2000 lbs [Chassis $2000]
The Selden Truck Sales Co., Rochester, New York
11 p.; illustrations
Selden Truck Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 5
Spaulding – Announcement Spaulding “40” Motor Cars
1914
Models: 4-cylinder Spaulding “40” [$1875]
Spaulding Manufacturing Co., Grinell, Iowa
4 p.; illustrations
Spaulding Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 6
Speedwell: Speedwell Rotary Six, Series I
1914
Models: Model A 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring [$2850]; Model A-2 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Touring [$2950]; Model B 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring [$2850]; Model C 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring [$2950]
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
18 p.; illustrations
Speedwell Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 7
Stanley Steam Cars: Announcement for the Season of 1914, Our Seventeenth Year of Automobile Manufacturing
1914
Models: Model 710 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Car [$1,800]; Model 712 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,750]; Model 607 10 H.P. Four-Passenger Car [$1,450]; Model 606 10 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,350]; Model 811 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model 812 30 H.P. Express Wagon, 2,500 lbs. Capacity [$2,100]; Model 812 30 H.P. Mountain Wagon, Twelve Passengers [$2,300]; Model 713 20 H.P. Delivery Wagon, 1,500 Pounds [Chassis $1,425]
Stanley Motor Carriage Company, Newton, Massachusetts
32 p.; illustrations [Griffith-Stillings Press, Boston, Massachussets]
Stanley Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 8
Stanley Steam Cars: Preliminary Announcement for the Season of 1914, Our Seventeenth Year of Automobile Manufacturing
1914
Models: Model 710 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,800]; Model 712 20 H.P. Roadster [$1,750]; Model 607 10 H.P. Four-Passenger Car [$1,450]; Model 606 10 H.P. Roadster [$1,350]; Model 811 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model 713 20 H.P. Delivery Wagon, 1,500 Pounds [Chassis $1,425]; Model 812 30 H.P. Mountain Wagon, Twelve Passengers [$2,300]
Stanley Motor Carriage Company, Newton, Massachusetts
4 p.
Stanley Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 9
Stevens-Duryea – “C-Six” Instructions (Three Point Support Unit Power Plant) – Book of Instructions – Second Edition
1914
Models: “C-Six”
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts (Pioneer Builders of American Sixes)
32 p.; illustrations
Stevens-Duryea Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 10
Studebaker: Price List of Parts – First Edition
1914
Models: Model SC Four
The Studebaker Corporation of America, Detroit, Michigan
62 p.; illustrations
Studebaker Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 11
Stutz – Parts Price List and Instruction Book
1914
Models: Series E
Stutz Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
39 p. & insert
Stutz Logo
3-TOP p.v. 21, No. 12
Touraine: The Touraine Six, Type Twelve
1914
Models: Type Twelve – Seven-Passenger Touring [$3250]; Seven-Passenger Victoria [$3400]; Five Passenger [$3150]; Four Passenger [$3150]; Runabout [$3150]; Raceabout [$3150]; Brougham [$4250]; Town Laundaulette [$4350]; Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4550]; Seven-Passenger Landaulette [$4650]; Inside Drive Coupé [$4050]; Berline [$4650]
The Touraine Company, Main Office and Works: Broad and Huntingdon Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – New York Office: 58th Street and Broadway, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations
Touraine Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 22 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – S 1914

3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 1
Buffalo Electric – Forget Me Not
1914
Models: Model 29 Two-Passenger Roadster; Model 30 Four-Passenger Coupe; Model 30-B Five-Passenger Forward Drive Brougham; Model 35 Five-Passenger Brougham
Buffalo Electric Vehicle Co., Buffalo, New York
12 p.; illustrations
Forget Me Not - Buffalo Electric
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 2
Buick Trucks – Built to Deliver the Goods
1914
Models: No. 4 [Chassis $1250]; Express Body, with stakes [$1300]; Express Body, with standard top and roll-up curtains [$1325]; Express Body, standard top, roll-up curtains and wire screen [$1350]; Panel Top [$1375]

Buick Motor Co., Broadway at 55th Street, New York, New York

2 p. foldover; illustrations
Buick Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 3
Buick (Commercial Cars) [B. Altman & Co. delivery car on cover]
1914
Models: “Showing Motor Trucks, Delivery Wagons, Ambulances, Hearses, Country Estate Wagonettes and Busses, in All Kinds of Transportation Service”
Buick Motor Co., Broadway at 55th Street, New York, New York
12 p.; illustrations
Buick Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 4
Chalmers – The Master Motor
1914
Models: Chalmers “Six”
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
8 p.
The Master Motor - Chalmers
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 5
Ford Manual: For Owners and Operators of Ford Cars – Ford: The Universal Car
1914
Models: Model T
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
90 p.; illustrations
Ford Manual Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 6
Ford Motor Cars – First American Edition, November, 1913 – Ford: The Universal Car
1914
Models: Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. 2-Passenger Runabout  [$500]: Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$550]; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. 6-Passenger Town Car [$750]
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – 1723 Broadway, New York – Export Department, 18 Broadway, New York
32 p.; illustrations
Ford Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 7
Ford: Special Sedan and Coupelet Folder – Ford: The Universal Car
1914
Models: Roadster [$440]; Touring Car [$490]; Town Car [$690]; Coupelet [$750]; Sedan [$975]
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – 1723 Broadway, New York – Foreign Department, 1136 Whitehall Bldg., 17 Battery Place, New York
12 p; illustrations
Ford Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 8
GMC Gasoline and Electric Trucks
1914
Models: Gasoline Chasses — Model VC 1

¼

tons capacity [$1500]; Model SC 2 ton capaciaty [$1900]; 

Model H 3

½

 tons capacity [$2250]; 

Model HU 3

½

tons capacity [$2500];

Model HM 3

½

 tons capacity [$2350]; Model HL 3

½

 tons capacity [$2450]; Model HUL 3

½

 tons capacity [$2600]; 

Model K – 5 tons capacity [$2750];

Model KD 5 tons capacity [Chassis $2750, Body and Dumping Mechanism $650.00 net extra]; Model KU 5 tons capacity [$3000]; Model KM 5 tons capacity [$2850]; Model KL 5 tons capacity [$2950]; Model KUL 5 tons capacity [$3100] — Electric Chasses –Model 1 1000 lbs. [Type A & B $1200, Type C $1225]; Model 2 2000 lbs. [Type A & B $1300, Type C $1325]; Model 3 3000 lbs. [Type A & B $1450, Type C $1475]; Model 4 4000 lbs. [Type A & B $1650, Type C $1680]; Model 6 6000 lbs. [Type A & B $1900, Type C $1930]; Model 8 8000 lbs. [Type A & B $2100, Type C $2130]; Model 10 10000 lbs. [Type A & B $2350, Type C $2390]; Model 12 12000 lbs. [Type A & B $2500, Type C $2540]

General Motors Truck Co., Pontiac, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations
GMC Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 9
The IMP Cycle Car
1914
Models: 2-cylinder 10-15 H.P. 2-Passenger IMP [$395]
The Imp Cycle Car Co, Auburn, Indiana – W. H. McIntyre Co., Auburn, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros, Grand Rapids]
The Imp Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 10
Packard Motor Trucks – “Ask the Man Who Owns One” – Miniature Edition
1914
Models: Two-Ton, Three-Ton, Four-Ton, Five-Ton; Six-Ton
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
51 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
Packard Motor Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 10a
The Scientific Garage Heater – The Means to the End of Winter Driving Troubles
1914
The Scientific Heater Co., Cleveland, Ohio
24 p. & insert; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 11a
The Scientific Garage Heater – Cost of Operation
1914
The Scientific Heater Co., Cleveland, Ohio
1 p.
 
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 11b
The Scientific Garage Heater: Full Charging Capacity from Your Batteries – A Letter From a User
1914
The Scientific Heater Co., Cleveland, Ohio
2 p.
 
3-TOP p.v. 22, No. 12
Stearns Knight – Stearns: The Ultimate Car, Knight Type Motor
1914
Models: 6-cylinder 43.3 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; 6-cylinder 43.3 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; 6-cylinder 43.3 H.P. Four-Passenger Light Touring Car [$4850]; 6-cylinder 43.3 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4850]; 6-cylinder 43.3 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$4850]; 6-cylinder 43.3 H.P. Limousine [$6100]; 6-cylinder 43.3 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6200]; 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$3900]; 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3900]; 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Limousine [$5000]; 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5100]; Light 4-cylinder 22.5 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1750]; Light 4-cylinder 22.5 H.P. Cabriolet [$2250];
Light 4-cylinder Limousine[$2850]
The F. B. Stearns Co., Cleveland, Ohio
34 p.; illustrations [Artcraft, Cleveland]
Stearns Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 23 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – P 1914

3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 1
The Autocar – Motor Delivery Vehicles
1914
Models: XXI Chassis 3000 pounds (various body styles illustrated, with prices)
The Autocar Co, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
16 p., illustrations
The Autocar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 2
Chevrolet: Price List of Parts
1914
Models: Model H-2 “Royal Mail”; Model H-4 “Baby Grand” (Right and Left Hand Steer)
Chevrolet Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
67 p. [Snook-Jackson Co., Printers, Flint, Michigan]
Chevrolet Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 3
Delaunay Belleville – Brewster & Co., Automobile Coach Work, Importers of Delaunay Belleville Chassis
1914
Models: Chassis: 18 H.P. 4-cylinder [$3,000]; 24 H.P. 4-cylinder [$3,750]; 23 H.P. 6-cylinder [$3,800]; 27 H.P. 6-cylinder [$3,800]; 37 H.P. 6-cylinder [$5,000]; 35 H.P. 6-cylinder Sporting Type [$5,000]; 50 H.P. 6-cylinder [$6,000] —
Body Styles – Prices for Bodies: Victoria [$1800]; Round Body Brougham [$2700]; Falling Front Landaulet [$2500]; Brougham [$2000]; Glass Brougham [$2450]; Limousine [$2800]; Round-Line Limousine [$2800]; Canoe Type Landaulet Limousine [$2800]; Touring Brougham [$2600]; Small Enclosed Drive [$2300]; Large Enclosed Drive [$3000]; Touring Landaulet [$2800]; Open Phaeton [$1750 – $2000]; Standard Runabout [$1500]; Wagonette [$1250]; Enclosed Drive Landaulet [$2300]
Brewster & Co., Salesroom: 671 Fifth Avenue, Cor. 53d St., New York, New York – Factory: Long Island City, Long Island, East End of the Queensboro Bridge
30 p.; illustrations [American Bank Note Co., New York]
Delaunay Belleville Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 4
Detroiter: Repair Parts Price List
1914
Models:
Briggs-Detroiter Company, 475-489 Holbrook Avenue, Detroit, Michigan
16 p. [Saturday Night Press, Detroit]
Detroiter Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 5
Dispatch: More Proof of the Instrisic Values Back of the Stock of the Dispatch Motor Car Company  [NB: This document is intended to sell company capital stock]
1914
Dispatch Motor Car Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1 p foldout, illustrations
Dispatch Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 6
Dorris: Parts Price List – Built to Last
1914
Models: Model “F” (1911); Model “G” (1912); Model “H” (1913)
Dorris Motor Car Company, 4100 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri
40 p.
Dorris Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 7
Empire: “The Little Aristocrat”
1914
Models: New Series Model 31 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$900, with Remy Electric Starting and Lighting system $1025]; New Series Model 31 4-cylinder Stream Line Roadster [$900, with Remy Electric Starting and Lighting system $1025]
Empire Automobile Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
20 p.; illustrations
Empire Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 8
Isotta Fraschini – “For the Discriminating”
1914
Models: 18-25 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type EC, Shaft Drive [$3,250]; 25-35 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type OC, Shaft Drive [$4,200]; 25-35 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type OM, Chain Drive [$4,200]; 35-45 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type PC, Shaft Drive [$5,200]; 35-45 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type PM, Chain Drive [$5,200]; 45-55 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type PCS, Shaft Drive [$6,000]70-80 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type TM, Chain Drive [$7,200]; 70-80 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type TC, Shaft Drive [$7,200]; 120-130 H.P. 4-cylinder Chassis, Type KM, Chain Drive [$8,400]; 100-110 H.P. 4-cylinder “Special” Chassis, Type IM, Chain Drive $8,400] (Also lists Marine Motors from 20 H.P. to 350 H.P.)
Isotta Fraschini Motors Co, Fifth Avenue and 57th Street, New York, New York – Manufactured by Fabrica Automobili Isotta Fraschini, Milano, Italy
18 p.; illustrations
Isotta Fraschini Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 9

American Voiturette — 

 Keeton “Six-48”: What the Triple Test Proved, Being the Narrative of one of the Most Gruelling Test Trips ever made by an Automobile; Car-Nation – “The Car for the American Public” – More than a Cycle Car – The Most Poserful Economical and Easy Running small Car on the Market
1914
Models: Keeton “Six-48” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3250]  

Keeton “Six-48” Two-Passenger 

Roadster [$3250]; 

Keeton “Six-48”  Three-Passenger Convrtible [$3400]; Keeton “Six-48”  Five-Passenger Convertible [$3500]; Keeton “Six-48” Seven-Passenger 

Berline Limousine [$3975] — Car-Nation: Model A Two-Passenger Roadster [$495]; Model B Two-Passenger Tandem Type {$510]; Model C four-Passenger Touring Car [$520]
The American Voiturette Co., Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Campbell-Ewald Adv. Service, Detroit]
Keeton Six 48 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 10
Oldsmobile
1914
Models: Oldsmobile “Six” – Model 54 Four- or Five-Passenger Phaeton Touring Body Type [$2975]; Seven-Passenger Touring [$3150]; Limousine [$4300]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan – The Oldsmobile Company, New York, New York
48 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Oldsmobile Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 11
The Lexington Four
1914
Models: Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1335]; Two-Passenger Roadster [$1295]
Partridge, Clark & Kerrigan, Inc., 56th Street West, New York, New York – “45 Steps from Broadway”
1 card, two sides
 
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 12
Lozier “Light Six” – The Choice of Men Who Know
1914
Models: Type 77A “Light Six” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3250]; Type 77A “Light Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4450]; “Light Six” Chassis, without body [$2950]
Lozier Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – Works: Detroit, Michigan; Plattsburg, New York
22 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Lozier Logo
3-TOP p.v. 23, No. 13
Palmer-Singer Cars: Price List of Parts
1914
Models:Brighton Six Models
Palmer & Singer Manufacturing Co., Long Island City, New York
45 p.
Palmer-Singer Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 24 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – W 1914

3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 1
Apperson: Price Parts List – Famous Apperson Jack Rabbit Motor Cars – Since 1893 Building Apperson “Jack Rabbit” Cars
1914
Models: Model 4-45 Touring Car; Model 4-45 Roadster; Model 4-45 Coupe; Model 4-55 Touring Car; Model 4-55 Seven Passenger;  Model 6-cylinder Roadster
Apperson Bros. Automobile Co., Kokomo, Indiana
44 p., illustrations
Apperson Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 2
Arco Commercial Electrics
1914
Models: Model K-10 1,000 lbs. 40 Cells 11 MV Hycap 

Open Express Body  [$1,900];

Model K-10 1,000 lbs. 60 Cells A-4 Edison 

Open Express Body  [$2,500]; 

Model K-10 1,000 lbs. 40 Cells 11 MV HycapStake

 Body  [$1,900]; 

Model K-10 1,000 lbs. 60 Cells A-4 Edison 

Stake Body  [$2,500]; Model K-20 2,000 lbs. 40 Cells 13 MV Hycap Open Express Body

 [$2,150]

; Model K-20 2,000 lbs. 60 Cells A-4 Edison Open Express Body

 [$2,750]

; Model K-20 2,000 lbs. 60 Cells A-6 Edison Open Express Body

 [$3,150]

; Model L-10 1,000 lbs. 40 Cells MV Hycap Closed Panel Body [$2,150];

 Model L-10 1,000 lbs. 60 CellsA-4 Edison Closed Panel Body [$2,750]; Model L-20 2,000 lbs. 40 Cells 13 MV Hycap Closed Panel Body [$2,400]; Model L-20 2,000 lbs. 60 Cells A-4 Edison Closed Panel Body [$3,000]; Model L-20 2,000 lbs. 60 Cells A-6 Edison Closed Panel Body [$3,400]
Argo Electric Vehicle Co., Saginaw, Michigan – Chicago Sales Departement, 2412-2414 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
20 p.; illustrations
Argo Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 3
Case Twenty-Five Automobile: Repair Price List
1914
Models: Case Twenty-Five Model R
J. I., Case T.M. Co. Inc., Racine, Wisconsin
51 p.; illustrations
Case Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 4
Case Thirty-Five Automobile: Repair Price List
1914
Models: Case Thirty-Five Model S
J. I., Case T.M. Co. Inc., Racine, Wisconsin
49 p.; illustrations
Case Thirty Five
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 5
The Fay Twenty-Five – “The Little Thoroughbred”
1914
Models: Model Twenty-Five [$750]
F. E. Batteiger, Greenville, Pennsylvania
12 p., illustrations [Beaver Printing Co., Greenville, Pennsylvania]
Fay Twenty-Five Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 6
King Motor Cars
1914
Models: Model B 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1095]; Model B 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1095] ($100 extra for electrical starting system)
King Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan – New York Service Department, 244-252 West Fifty-Fourth Street – New York Agency Showroom, Broadway at Fifty-second Street
21 p.; illustrations
King Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 7
Big Brown Luverne: Important Information Regarding the – General Description, Instructions for Care and Operation, Price List of Duplicate Parts
1914
Models: Six Cylinder Motor Car [$2,500]
The Luverne Automobile Co, Luverne, Minnesota
32 p.; illustrations
Big Brown Luverne Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 8
Maxwell: Illustrated Price List of Parts
1914
Models: Model “25”
Maxwell Motor Company, Inc., Detroit, Michigan – Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation, Detroit, Michigan
95 p.; illustrations [American Printing Company, Detroit]
Maxwell Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 9
Metz Cars: Price List of Parts
1914
Models: 1914 Models, including 1909-10-11-12-13 Part Lists
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
63 p.; illustrations [Perry & Searle Co, Printers, Lynn, Massachusetts]
 
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 10
National Motor Cars: Operation and Care
1914
Models: Improved Series V – Model 40, 4-cylinder – Touring Car; Roadster
National Motor Vehicle Company, E. Twenty-Second St. and Monon Railroad, Indianapolis, Indiana
48 p.; illustrations
National Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 11
Partin-Palmer “38”
1914
Models: Model “38” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Touring Car [$975]
Partin Manufacturing Co., 29 S. La Salle St., Chicago, Illinois
12 p., illustrations [Gleeson Bros., Printers]
Partin-Palmer Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 12
Republic Six
1914
Models: 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Chassis [$2,750]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Two-, Four- or Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,950]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Coupe [$3,750]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Limousine [$4,250]
The Republic Motor Car Company, Hamilton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
Republic Six Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 13
SGV
1914
Models: Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P. 5-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model G 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Foxhall Runabout [$3,500]; Model G 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Torpedo Roadster [$3,400]; Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P.  W. S. Gunboat [$3,500]; Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Limousine [$4,250]; Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Landaulet-Limousine [$4,250]; Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Colonial Brougham [$4,500]; Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Limousine Brougham [$4,000]; Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Landau Brougham [$4,000]; Model F 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Enclosed Drive Coupe [$4,250]
The S G V Co., Reading, Pennsylvania
16 p.; illustrations
SGV Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 14
The Spoeror Car
1914
Models: Model 40-C 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. 5-Passenger “Fore-Door” [$2950]; Model 40-C 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. Roadster [$2950]; Model 40-C 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. 4-Passenger Toy Tonneau[$3000]; Model 40-C 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. 7-Passenger Touring [$3250]; Model 40-C 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. Limousine [$4000]; Model 40-C 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. Landaulette [$4150]; Model 40-C 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. Delivery Car [$3000]; Model 25-A 4-cylinder 25-35 H.P. Roadster [$2000]; Model 25-A 4-cylinder 25-35 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2000]; Model 25-A 4-cylinder 25-35 H.P. 5-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model 25-A 4-cylinder 25-35 H.P. Town Car [$2500]; Model 25-A 4-cylinder 25-35 H.P. Delivery Car [$2000]; 1500 Pound Delivery Wagon [Chassis $2100]
Carl Spoerer’s Sons Co., Baltimore, Maryland
8 p.; illustrations [Press of H. E. Houck & Co., Baltimore, Maryland]
Spoeror CAr Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 15
Stanley Steam Car: Price List of Parts for the
1914
Models: Model B; Model C; Model EX; Model F; Model 60; Model 70
Stanley Motor Carriage Co., Newton, Massachusetts
36 p.; illustrations [The Barta Press, Boston – New York]
Stanley Logo
3-TOP p.v. 24, No. 16
Willys Utility Truck
1914
Models: Utility Truck – 1500 pounds capacity [Chassis $1350]
Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations
Willys Utility Truck Logo

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3-TOP p.v. 25 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues G – V 1914

3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 1
Garford Motor Trucks – Built for Business
1914
Models: Two-ton Truck [Chassis $2,850]; Three-ton Truck [Chassis $3,500]; Four-ton Truck [Chassis $4,000]; Five-ton Truck [Chassis $4,500]; Six-ton Truck [Chassis $4,850]
The Garford Company, Elyria, Ohio
64 p., illustrations [Photographed, Designed, Engraved and Printed by Robert L. Stillson Company, New York]
Garford Motor Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 2
GMC: Gasoline Motor Trucks – Specifications, No. 106
1914
Models: Model VC 1¼-Ton [Chassis $1500]; Model SC 2-Ton [Chassis $1900]; H 3½-Ton [Chassis $2250]; K 5-Ton [Chassis $2750]; Model HU 3 ½-Ton [Chassis $2500]; Model KU 5-Ton [Chassis $3000]; KD 5-Ton Automatic Dump Truck [Chassis $2750]; HL 3½-Ton for Lumber Haulage [Chassis $2,450]; HUL 3½-Ton [Chassis $2,600]; KL 5-Ton [Chassis $2.950]; KUL 5-Ton [Chassis $3,100] – (Electric Trucks also available – from 1,000 lbs. at $1,200 to 12,000 lbs at $2,500)
General Motors Truck Company, Pontiac, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
GMC Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 3
McFarlan Six – Catalog Number 33
1914
Models: Model 61 T Roadster [$2590]; Model 61 X Roadster [$2900]; Model 62 T Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2590]; Model 62 X Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2900]; Model 63 T Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2590]; Model 63 X Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2900]; Model 64 T Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2590]; Model 64 X Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2900]; Model 65 T Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2590]; Model 65 X Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2900]; Model 69 T Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4000]; Model 69 X Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4310]; Model 67 T Four-Passenger Coupe [$3300]; Model 67 X Four-Passenger Coupe [$3610]
McFarlan Motor Co., Connersville, Indiana
36 p.; illustrations [The Magee Brothers Co., Piqua, Ohio]
McFarlan Six Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 4
Mack Trucks – Made in Allentown, Used Everywhere – Leading Gasoline Truck of America
1914
Models: Type 1 3 Ton; Type 2 3 Ton; Type 1 4 Ton; Type 2 4 Ton; Type 1 5 Ton; Type 2 5 Ton; Type 1 7½ Ton; Type 2 7½ Ton; 
International Motor Company, Broadway & 57th Street, New York, New York (Executive Offices) – General Office: Broadway and 36th Street, New York – Works: Allentown, Pennsylvania; Plainfield, New Jersey
64 p.; illustrations [American Bank Note Company]
Mack Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 5
Maxwell Motor Cars: The “25”
1914
Models: Model “25” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$750]; Model “25” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Town Car [$950]; Model “25” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$725]; Model “25” 4-cylinder Delivery Car [$725]
Maxwell Motor Company Incorporated, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Designing, Engraving and Printed by Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Maxwell Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 6
Maxwell Motor Cars: The “35”
1914
Moddels: Model “35” 4-cylinder Five-passenger Touring Car [$1225]; Model “35” 4-cylinder Two-passsenger Roadster [$1200]
Maxwell Motor Company Incorporated, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Designing, Engraving and Printed by Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Maxwell Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 7
Minerva Cars (Knight’s Patent) – Season 1914
1914
Models: 14 H.P.. Chassis [$3000]; 18 H.P. Chassis [$3500]; 26 H.P. Chassis [$4250]; 38 H.P. Chassis [$4750]
Minerva Motors, Ltd., Chenies Street, London, W.C. – F. W. Sewell, 1964 Broadway, New York New York (Sole Agent for the United States of America)
36 p. & insert (Lubrication Chart); illustrations [From the Press of Wood Rozelaar, London]
Minerva Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 8
The Morse Car
1914
Models: “Morse” 4-cylinder 34 H.P. Touring Car [$4200]; “Morse” 4-cylinder 34 H.P. Torpedo [$4200]; “Morse” 4-cylinder 34 H.P. Runabout [$4000]; “Morse” Limousine [body $1600]; “Morse”Landaulet [body $1800]
The Easton Machine Co, South Easton, Massachusetts
24 p.; illustrations
The Morse Car Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 9
Overland Delivery Cars
1914
Models: Model 79 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Panel Delivery Body [$950, with electric starter $1075]; Model 794-cylinder 35 H.P. Express Delivery Body [$900, with electric starter $1025];
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [Express, Toledo]
Overland Delivery Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 10
Overland Motor Cars
1914
Models: 79-S 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Two-Passenger Speedster [$950, with electric starter $1075]; 79-R 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$950, with electric starter $1075]; Model 79-C 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Coupe [$1550]; 79-T 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$950, with electric starter $1075]
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by Robert L. Stillson Company, New York]
Overland Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 11
Partin-Palmer Cars: Parts Price List for
1914
Models: Model “38”
American Manufacturing Co., Ecorse, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Fred H. McClure Co., Detroit]
Partin-Palmer Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 12
Speedwell “Six” Motor Cars: Parts Price List
1914
Models: Series “G” Speedwell Six
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
48 p.; illustrations
Speedwell Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 13
Staver: Catalog of Parts and Prices – The Staver is a Stayer
1914
Models:
Staver Carriage Company, Chicago, Illinois
40 p.; illustrations
Staver Logo
3-TOP p.v. 25, No. 14
Velie Motor Cars: Instruction Book and Parts Price List
1914
Models: Series 9; Series 10; Series 11
Velie Motor Vehicle Company, Moline, Illinois
130 p.; illustrations
Velie Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 26 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – HER 1914

3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 1
ArBenZ Four Forty-Eight – Best Balanced, Most Efficient, Easiest Riding, Cheapest to Operate and Maintain Medium Price Car Made.
1914
Models: Model F Four Forty-Eight Five-Passenger Touring Car, [$1885]; Model G Four Forty-Eight Four-Passenger Torpedo Car [$1885]; Model H Four Forty-Eight  Two-Passenger Roadster [$1825]
The ArBenZ Car Co., Chillicothe, Ohio
6 p., illustrations
ArBenz Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 2
Cartercar: Price List of Parts – Effective May 1, 1914
1914
Models: Model “7” Touring Car; Model “7” Roadster
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
72 p.; illustrations [Smith & Stoelker, Printers, Saginaw]
Cartercar Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 3
Case Automobiles
1914
Models: Complete Forty, Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2.300]; Complete Forty, Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2.500]; Complete Thirty-five, Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,850]; Complete Twenty-five, Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]
J. I. Case T. M. Company Inc., Racine, Wisconsin
47 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
Case Automobiles Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 4
Chadwick: The Perfected Great Chadwick Six Type 19 – “The Car of Exclusiveness” – Licensed under Selden Patent
1914
Models: Great Chadwick Six Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5500]; Great Chadwick Six Standard Five-Passenger Tourabout [$5500]; Great Chadwick Six Five-Passenger Miniature Tonneau Tourabout [$5500]; Great Chadwick Six Two-Passenger Runabout [$5500]; Great Chadwick Six Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6500]; Chadwick Marine Motors
Chadwick Engineering Works, Pottstown, Pennsylvania
40 p.; illustrations [Printed by F. A. Wright Bank Note Co., Philadelphia]
Chadwick Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 5
Chandler – What Owners Say of the Light Six $1595 Chandler and Its Marvelous Motor – Built by Men Who Know
1914
Models: Light Six [$1595]
Brady-Murray Motors Corporation, 245 West 55th Street (West of Broadway), New York, New York
18 p.
Chandler Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 6
Cole: Price List of Parts
1914
Models: 1914 Series 9, 4-Cylinder Car Numbers from 16001-17012; 6-Cylinder Car Numbers from 14001 to 15000 (Model “B” Limousine; Model “G” Touring Car; Model “J” Roadster; Model “K” Coupe; Model “O” Toy Tonneau)
Cole Motor Car Company (Factory Service Department), Indianapolis, Indiana
79 p.; illustrations [Cornelius Printing Company, Indianapolis]
Cole Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 7
Corbitt Motor Cars
1914
Models: Model “F” 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. 5-Passenger Touring Car [$1975]; Model “E” 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. 4-Passenger Touring Car [$1975]; Model “D” 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Gentlemen’s Roadster [$1800]; Model “F” 25000 Pound (sic) Truck [Chassis $2000]
Corbitt Automobile Co., Henderson, North Carolina
20 p.; illustrations [The F. C. H. Manns Co., Cincinnati, Ohio]
Corbitt Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 8
De Soto Six – Representing 40 Years of Manufacturing Efficiency – An Old Builder-A New Name for a New Model
1914
Models: De Soto Six
De Soto Motor Car Co., Auburn, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations
de Soto Six Logo

3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 9
Dorris – Announcement – Built to Last
1914
Models: Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,550]
Dorris Motor Car Co., St. Louis, Missouri
6 p.; illustrations

Dorris Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 10
Dorris – Built to Last
1914
Models: 1500 Lb. Delivery Wagon [$1,950]
Dorris Motor Car Co., St. Louis, Missouri
12 p.; illustrations
Dorris Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 11
Dorris – Built to Last
1914
Models: 2 Ton Truck[$2500]
Dorris Motor Car Co., St. Louis, Missouri
12 p.; illustrations
Dorris Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 12
FIAT: The Master Car – Town Cars – Bodies by the Leading European and American Coach Builders – Seventeenth Year
1914
Models: 20/30 H.P. Coupé [$4700]; 20/30 H.P. Landaulet [$4700]; 20/30 H.P. Chassis [$3200]; 20/30 H.P.  Coupé (Town Car)
Fiat Motor Sales Company, Broadway and 57th St., New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
Fiat Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 13
GMC Trucks: Numerical List of Parts with Prices – Issued December 1, 1914
1914
Models: Model “VC” 1

¼

Ton; Model “SC” 2 Ton
General Motors Truck Company, Pontiac, Michigan
24 p.
GMC Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 14
The Haynes Pioneer: Volume 1, Number 7, January 1914 – Automobile Show Number
1914
Models: Haynes “Six” Model 26 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2700]; Haynes “Six” Model 26 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2700]; Haynes “Six” Model 27 6-cylinder 

Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2785]; 

Haynes “Six” Model 27 6-cylinder 

Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2785]; Haynes “Four” Model 28 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1985];

Haynes “Four” Model 28 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1985]; 

Haynes “Four” Model 28 4-cylinder Roadster [$1985]; Haynes “Six” Model 26 

6-cylinder Two-Passenger 

Roadster [$2700]; Haynes “Six” Model 27

6-cylinder Seven-Passenger 

Limousine  [$3850];

Haynes “Four” 

Model 28 Coupe [$2700];

Haynes “Six” 

Model 26 Coupe [$3200]

The Haynes Automobile Company, Kokomo, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Press of J. P. Black & Co., Chicago]
The Haynes Pioneer
3-TOP p.v. 26, No. 15
Herreshoff – “Winners by Land and Sea” – First Edition
1914
Models: Model “Six-40” Roadster [$1600 ($1850 crossed out)]; Model “Six-40” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1600 ($1850 crossed out)]; Model “Six-40” Six-Passenger Touring Car [$1600 ($1850 crossed out)]; Model “Six-40” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$1650 ($1900 crossed out)]; Model “4-30” Roadster [$1250]; Model “4-30” Coupe [$1650]; Model “4-30” Touring Car [$1350]
Herreshoff Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
17 p.; illustrations
Herreshoff Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 27 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues HUD – S 1914

3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 1
Hudson Six 40: Parts Price List – Effective May, 1914
1914
Models: Six 40
Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
133 p., illustrations [The Franklin Press, Detroit]
Hudson Six 40 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 2
Hudson Six 54: Parts Price List – Effective November, 1913
1914
Models: Six 54
Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
142 p., illustrations [The Griswold Press, Detroit]
Hudson Six 54 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 3
Keeton Six Cylinder Motor Cars – French Type
1914
Models: 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger 

Fore-door 

Riverside Touring Car [$3250];

48 H.P. 

​Two- or Three-Passenger Fore-door Meadowbrook Roadster [$3250];

48 H.P. 

Tuxedo Coupe [$3500]; Chassis only [$2500]

Keeton Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan
34 p.; illustrations [Lawton & Buchannan, Detroit]
Keeton Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 4
Lambert – An unusual $1200 Car
1914
Models: Model 46 Series C 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1200]; Model 60 Serices C 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,395]
The Buckeye Manufacturing Company, Anderson, Indiana (Executive Office and Works)
8 p.; illustrations [The Otterbein Press, Dayton, Ohio]
Lamber Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 5
Lozier
1914
Models: Type 84

“Light Four” 

4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [stamped $2100, printed $2800]; 

Type 84 “Light Four” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [stamped $2100, printed $2800]; Type 84 “Light Four” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [stamped $2100, printed $2800]

Lozier Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [The Franklin Press, Detroit]
Lozier Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 6
Luverne: The Big Brown Luverne
1914
Models: Sixty – Self Starting Six [$2500]
The Luverne Automobile Co., Luverne, Minnesota
2 sides; illustrations
Big Brown Luverne Sixty Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 7
Motor Age – Item from June 18, 1914
List of Motor Cars Marketed
The Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., New York, has issued a paper-bound book giving the model, style and list price of all American and some foreign motor cars. The data also includes horse-power, both advertised and insurace rating, as well as the collision insurance rating of the cars. The list includes all cars made since 1908 and segregates passenger cars, electrics and commercial cars.
 
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 8
Selden – The American Review of Reviews, November 1913 (reprint)
Article: Efficiency in Buying and Operating Motor Trucks, By W. A. McDermid
1914
The Review of Reviews Co., Motor Service Department, 30 Irving Place, New York, New York
pp. 603 – 608; transmission insert from Selden Truck Sales Co, Rochester New York
 
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 9
National Motor Cars
1914
Models: National 40 – Series V-3 

4-cylinder 

Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3400]; Series V-3 4-cylinder Speedway Roadster [$3150]; Series V-3 4-cylinder Semi-Racing Roadster [$2750]; Series V-3 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3300];

Series V-3 4-cylinder 

Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3300];

Series V-3 4-cylinder 

Three-Passenger Coupe [$3500];

Series V-3 4-cylinder 

Four-Passenger Sedan [$ 4600];

Series V-3 4-cylinder 

Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4800]; National Six Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2375];

National Six Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2375]National Six three-Passenger 

Coupe [$2850]

National Motor Vehicle Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
National Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 10
Peerless Motor Cars: Instruction Book – No. 9 – All That the Name Implies
1914
Models: Model “38-S”; Model “48-Six”; Model “60-Six”
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio
48 p.; illustrations [Colonial Printing Company, Cleveland]
Peerless Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 11
Pierce Arrow – 10,000 Pound Capacity Motor Truck – Worm Drive
1914
Models: Five-Ton Truck [Chassis $4,500]
Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co., Buffalo, New York
32 p.; illustrations [The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland, and New York] – also 1 page insert for the 2-Ton Motor Truck [Chassis $3000]
Pierce-Arrow Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 12
Pierce Arrow – 4,000 Pound Capacity Motor Truck – First Edition
1914
Models: Two-Ton Truck [Chassis $3,000]
Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co., Buffalo, New York
20 p.; illustrations – also two 1 page inserts for the 5-Ton Motor Truck
Pierce-Arrow Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 13
Read “30”
1914
Models: Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$850]
Read Motor Car Co., 541 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations
Read 30 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 14
Regal Motor Cars
1914
Models: Model “N” 4-cylinder Underslung Roadster [$1125]; Model “NC” 4-cylinder Underslung Coupe [$1600]; Model “T” Underslung 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1125]; Model “C” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1350];
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
Regal Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 15
Automobiles Renault
1914
Models: 40-60 H.P.  6-cylinder [Chassis $6,450]; 22-35 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $4,700]; 40-60 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,500]; 22-35 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $4,450]; 18-30 H.P. 4-cylinders [Chassis $4,150]; 12-18 H.P. 4-cylinder Curved Frame “de Luxe” [Chassis $3,000]; 12-18 H.P. 4-cylinder Straight Frame [Chassis $2,900];

12-18 H.P. 4-cylinder Straight Frame Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3,600]; 12-18 H.P. 4-cylinder Straight Frame Limousine [$4,300]; 

11-15 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $2,400];

11-15 H.P. 4-cylinder 

Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2,900]; Aviation Motors: 40 H.P. [$2,100]; 70 H.P. [$3,150]; 100 H.P. [$4,450]
Renault Selling Branch (Incorporated), 719 Fifth Avenue, New York – Repair and Spare Parts Dept., 13th Street and Boulevard, Long Island City, New York
18 p.; illustrations [Munder-Thomsen Press, Baltimore, New York]
Renault Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 16
The Selden Motor Truck – Second Edition
1914
Models: One Ton [$2000]
Selden Truck Sales Co., Rochester, New York
16 p.; illustrations [The Craftsman Press, Rochester]
Selden Motor Truck Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 17
The Speedwell Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January 1914
1914
Models: Rotary Six Modle “B” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2850]; 

Rotary Six 

 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2950]Model “C” 
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
The Speedwell Magazine
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 18
Standard Electric: Parts and Instruction Book
1914
Models: Model M-1; Model M-2; Model M-3; Standard Electric Coupe [$1990]
Standard Car Manufacturing Co., Jackson, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations
Standard Electric Logo
3-TOP p.v. 27, No. 19
Studebaker Automobiles – Four and Six
1914
Models:

Studebaker 

Four Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1050];

Studebaker 

Four Two-Passenger Landau-Roadster [$1200];

Studebaker 

Six Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$1575];

Studebaker 

Six Three-Passenger Landau-Roadster [$1950];

Studebaker 

Six Five-Passenger Sedan [$2250]
The Studebaker Corporation of America, Detroit, Michigan
20 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engrave and Printed by Robert L. Stillson Company, New York]
Studebaker Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 28 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – F 1914

3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 1
Ames Motor Cars – The Kentucky Thoroughbred – A Natural Development
1914
Models: Model 45 4-cylinder 36-42 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1785]; Model 45 4-cylinder 36-42 H.P.  Two-Passenger Roadster [$1745]
The Ames Motor Car Company, Incorporated, Owensboro, Kentucky
8 p. & facsimile letter, illustrations
Ames Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 2
Auburn Motor Cars – Catalog No. 19 – The Auburn Fours-Sixes – The Most for the Money
1914
Models: Model 4-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1490]; Model 4-40 Coupe [$1690]; Model 4-41 Six-Passenger Touring Car [$1590]; Model 4-40 Two-Passenger Roadster [$1490]; Model 6-46 Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2100]; Model 6-46 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model 6-46 Two-Passenger Roadster [$2000]
The Auburn Automobile Co., Auburn, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Designed Engraved and Printed by the Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
Auburn Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 3
Austin – The Highway King
1914
Models: Model “66” 6-cylinder Touring Car [$4,000]
Austin Automobile Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations
Austin Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 4
Cameron 30 Water Cooled
1914
Models: Cameron 30 Water Cooled Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1200]; Cameron 30 Water Cooled Two-Passenger Runabout [$1200]; Cameron 30 Water Cooled Four-Passenger Sedan [$1200]; Cameron 30 Water Cooled Two-Passenger Coupe [$1200]; Cameron Two-Passenger Yale Featherweight Flyer [$1200]
The Cameron Manufacturing Company, New Haven, Connecticut
4 p.; illustrations
Cameron 30 Logo

3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 5
Cameron: Races Won by Cameron Cars (1904 – 1912)
1914
The Cameron Manufacturing Company, New Haven, Connecticut
1 p.

 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 6
Chalmers – Rebuilt Chalmers Cars (Newspaper advertisment 2-11-13)
1914
Models: 1910 – 1913 various models
Carl H. Page & Co., Broadway at 50th St., 8180 Columbus, New York, New York
1 sheet
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 7
Chalmers – Chalmers Doings, Announcement Number – The New “Six” Model Twenty-Four
1914
Models: “Six” (Model 24) 40-65 H.P.  Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2175]; “Six” (Model 24) 40-65 H.P.  Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2175]; “Six” (Model 24) 40-65 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$2175]; “Six” (Model 24) 40-65 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2275]; “Six” (Model 24) 40-65 H.P. Four-Passenger Coupe [$2850]; “Six” (Model 24) 40-65 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3600]; “Thirty-Six” Model “19” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1775]; “Thirty-Six” Model “19” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1775]
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
18 p.; illustrations [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit and Toledo]
Chalmers Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 8
Chalmers: Price List of Parts – Quality First
1914
Models: Model “24” – “Master Six”, Car Nos. 34500 to 38499
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
140 p.; illustrations
Chalmers Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 9
Chandler – Bulletin of the A.C.A. Testing Laborator – Official Road Test of the Chandler Car (Model 15, with Six-Cylinder Motor) to Determine Milage on One Gallon of Gasoline. Conducted by the Testing Laboratory of The Automobile Club of America…
1914
The Automobile Club of America, West 54th and 55th Sts., New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
 

3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 10
Chevrolet – “The Product of Experience”
1914
Models: Type “L” Light Six Five-Passenger Touring [$1475]
Chevrolet Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
1 p.; illustrations

Chevrolet Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 11
Chevrolet – “The Product of Experience”
1914
Models: Type H-2 “Royal Mail” 4-cylinder Roadster [$750]; Type H-4 “Baby Grand” 4-cylinder Touring [$875]
Chevrolet Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
2 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 12
Chevrolet
1914
Models: “Baby Grand” 4-cylinder Touring [$875]
Chevrolet Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
Chevrolet Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 13
Chevrolet – “The Product of Experience”
1914
Models: “Royal Mail” 4-cylinder Roadster [$750]
Chevrolet Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 14
Chevrolet – “The Product of Experience”
1914
Models: Type H-2 “Royal Mail” 4-cylinder Roadster [$750]; Type H-4 “Baby Grand” 4-cylinder Touring [$875]
Chevrolet Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
2 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 15
Crow Elk-Hart Automobiles – Made to Make Good
1914
Models: Model D45 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1185]; Model D42 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1150]; Model D52 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1575]; Model D54 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1625]; Model D55 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car {$1600]; Model D56 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$1650]; Model D62 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2225]; Model D64 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2275]; Model D65 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model D66 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2300]
Crow Motor Car Co., Elkhart, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [L. P. Hardy Co., South Bend, Indiana]
Crow Elk-Hart Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 16
Cunningham Motor Cars
1914
Models: No. 947 4-cylinder Limousine; No. 878 4-cylinder Touring Car
James Cunningham, Son & Co., Rochester, New York
4 p.; illustrations
Cunningham Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 17
Davis Motor Cars for 1914 – “Quality Counts”
1914
Models: Model 35-J 4-cylinder Five-Passenger New High Line Torpedo Phaeton [$1,335]; Model 35-K 4-cylinder Two-Passenger New High Line Torpedo Roadster [$1,335]; Model 50-A 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,985]; Model Six-50 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,150]; Six-50 Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2,185]
George W. Davis Motor Car Company, Richmond, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations
Davis Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 18
De Dion Bouton – De Dion Bouton Eight-Cylinder Motor: An Illustrated Story of a Three-Year Old Eight-Cylinder De Dion Bouton Motor Used in New York, by Owen Thomas, Consulting Engineer, Reprinted from The Automobile, September 24, 1914, pp 568 – 574
1914
De-Dion Bouton
8 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 19
The Detroit Electric – Society’s Town Car – World’s Foremost Electric Automobile
1914
Models: Model 48 Detroit Duplex Drive Five-Passenger Brougham [$3000, with Edison Batteries, $3880]; Model 47 Four-Passenger Brougham [$2850, with Edison Batteries, $3730]; Model 46 Roadster [$2500, with Edison Batteries, $3380]; Model 43 Four-Passenger Brougham [$2550]; Model 45 Forward Drive Five-Passenger Brougham [$2800]; Model 44 Victoria [$2300, with Edison Batteries, $2964]
Anderson Electric Car Co., Detroit, Michigan – 80th and Broadway, New York, New York
34 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
Detroit Electric Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 20
Dispatch Motor Cars
1914
Models: 30 H.P. Roadster [$850]; 30 H.P. Express Delivery [$900]; 30 H.P. Touring Car [$900]; 30 H.P. Convertable (sic) Delivery [$850]
The Dispatch Motor Car Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota
1 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 21
The Erie Motor Trucks
1914
Models: Model 1 Ton [$1650]; Model 2

½ 

Ton [$2900]; Model 3

½ 

Ton [$3100]
The Erie Motor Truck Mfg. Co., 220 West 12th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania
8 p.; illustrations [The Standard Press, Erie, Pa.]
Erie Motor Truck Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 22
FIAT – Fiat Makes World’s Speed Record of 142 Miles an Hour at Ostend; Duray, in Prince Soukanoff’s racing monster, beats Former Figures by wide margin
1914
Models: 300 H.P. Fiat Racer
FIAT, Turin, Italy – Poughkeepsie, New York
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 23
Firestone-Columbus
1914
Models: Model 82 E 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster with wire wheels [$1915]; Model 69 D 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Two-Passenger Raceabout; Model 86 E 4-cylinder 35 H.P.  Light Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]; Model 90 E 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]; Model 62 E 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3200]; Model 60 E Large Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2125]; Model 68 E 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model 98 E 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]
The Columbus Buggy Company, Columbus, Ohio
5 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 24
Franklin Six-Thirty
1914
Models: Six-Thirty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2300]; Six-Thirty Three-Passenger Roadster [$2300]; Six-Thirty Three-Passenger Coupe [$2950]; Six-Thirty Five-Passenger Sedan [$3200]; Six-Thirty Four-Passenger Limousine [$3300]; Six-Thirty Four-Passenger Berline [$3400]
H H Franklin Manufacturing Company, Syracuse, New York; Franklin Automobile Company, Syracuse, New York (Sole Distributor)
23 p; illustrations
Franklin Six-Thirty Logo
3-TOP p.v. 28, No. 25
Fremont-Mais – Announcing the “Fremont-Mais” One and a Half Ton Truck
1914
Models: Model “O” 1

½ T

on Truck Standard 132″ Wheelbase [Chassis $1700]; Model “O” 1

½ T

on Truck Long 144″ [$1750]
The Lauth-Juergens Motor Car Co., Fremont, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations [The Luck Illustrating Co., Cleveland]
Fremont-Mais Logo

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 29 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues G – L 1914

3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 1
Glide – The Model 30 Glide
1914
Models: Model 30 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1195]; Model 30 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1195]
The Bartholomew Company, Peoria, Illinois
8 p., illustrations
Glide Logo
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 2
Glide 36 – 42 H.P.
1914
Models: “36 – 42” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1840]; “36 – 42” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1840]
The Bartholomew Company, Peoria, Illinois
8 p., illustrations
Glide Logo
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 3
Hartford Cushion Spring
1914
Hartford Suspension Co, 150-156 Bay Street, Jersey City, New Jersey
2 p.; illustrations
Hartford Cushion Spring Logo
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 4
Havers “Six”
1914
Models: Six-Sixty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2485]; Six-Sixty Two-Passenger Carriage [$2485]; Six-Sixty Three-Passenger Speed Car (Speedster) [$2485]; Six-44 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1985];  Six-44 Two-Passenger Roadster [$1985]
Havers Motor Car Company, Port Huron, Michigan
20 p.; illustrations [Designed, Written, Engraved and Printed in the Plant of the Peninsular Engraving Company at Detroit]
Havers Six Logo
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 5
Hupmobile – The Hupmobilist, Life Number, Vol. 1, No. 5, September 25, 1913 – Announcing 1914 Policy
1913
Models: “32” H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1050, with Westinghouse starter, $1200]; “32” H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$1350]; “32” H.P. Roadster [$1050, with Westinghouse starter, $1200]; “32” H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$1200, with Westinghouse starter, $1300]; “32” H.P. Delivery Car [$1075]
The Hupp Motor Car company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Complete by Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 6
Inter-State Motor Cars
1914
Models: Model “45” 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring  Car [$2,750]; Model “50” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger fore-Door Touring Car [$3,400]; Model “52” 4-cylinder fore-Door Roadster [$3,400]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Fore-Door Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,400]; Model “41” 4-cylinder Fore-Door Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$2,400]; Model “42” 4-cylinder Fore-Door Roadster [$2,400]
Inter-State Automobile Company, Muncie, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Designed, Printed and Engraved by the American Lithographic Company, New York]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 7
Jeffery Four and Six
1914
Models: Jeffery Four 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,550]; Jeffery Four 38 H.P. Two-Passenger All-Weather Car [$1,950]; Jeffery Four 38 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,550]; Jeffery Four 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Sedan [$2,350]; Jeffery Four 38 H.P. Limousine [$3,000]; Jeffery Six 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]; Jeffery Six 48 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2,250]; Jeffery Six 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Sedan [$3,250]; Jeffery Six 48 H.P. Limousine [$3,700]
The Thomas B. Jeffery Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
38 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 8
Kelly Motor Trucks – Supplemental Catalog
1914
Models: Model K-30 1-Ton [Chassis $2000]; Model K-35 2-Ton [Chassis $2,700]; Model K-40 3-Ton [Chassis $3400]; Model K-50 5-Ton [Chassis $4,500]
The Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Co., Springfield, Ohio
16 p. & 2 inserts; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 9
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 10, December 1913, January 1914
“Devoted to the doings and interests of the present and future members of the Kelly family, whether users or dealers. Published Monthly by The Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Co., Springfield, Ohio, makers of the famous Kelly Trucks.”
12 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 10
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 11, February 1914
12 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 11
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 12, March 1914
12 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 12
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 13, April 1914
12 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 13
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 14, May 1914
12 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 14
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 15, June 1914
16 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 15
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 16, July 1914
16 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 16
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 19, October 1914
16 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 17
Like Kelly Does (Newsletter) – Number 20, November 1914
16 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 18
Kline Kar
1914
Models: Model 6-50 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2585]; Model 6-50 Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2585]; Model 4-40 Two-Passenger Detachable Coupe-Roadster [$2585]; Model 6-60 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2985]; Model 4-30 Five-PassengerToy Tonneau [$1685];  Model 4-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1985]; Model 4-40 Two-Passenger Roadster [$1985]; Model 4-40 Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$1985]
Kline Motor Car Corporation, Richmond, Virginia
2 p. foldout; illustrations
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 19
Knox Martin Tractors
1914
Models: Model 31 [$3250]; Model 32 [$3750]
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts – 1966-68 Broadway, New York
28 p.; illustrations
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 20
Krebs Trucks – The Car That Thinks, Nothing to Do But Steer
1914
Models: BB ¾ Ton [Chassis $1,425]; Model D 1½ Ton [Chassis $1,775]; Model DD 1½ Ton [Chassis $1,775]; Model AA 1 Ton [Chassis $1,425]
The Krebs Commercial Car Co., Clyde, Ohio
6 p.; illustrations
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 21
KRIT – The Text Book of Motor Car Economy
1914
Models: 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$950]
Krit Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
15 p.; illustrations [Wm. Graham Printing Co., Detroit]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 22
The Locomobile Book – A Description of the New Models, Published May First 1914
1914
Models: Little Six “38” Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4400]; Little Six “38” Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4400]; Little Six “38” Two-Passenger Roadster [$4400]; Little Six “38” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5400]; Little Six “38” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5500]; Little Six “38” Seven-Passenger Berline [$5700]; Big Six “48” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5100]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5100]; Big Six “48” Two-Passenger Roadster [$5100]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6200]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6300]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Berline [$6500]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
32 p.; illustrations [Decorations by Teague, Illustrations by Chapman. Car views and details from Locomobile Studio. Executed at press of F. H. Johnson, Syracuse, New York]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 29, No. 23
Locomobile Left Drive Cars
1914
Models: Little Six “38” Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4400];  Little Six “38” Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4400];  Little Six “38” Two-Passenger Roadster [$4400];  Little Six “38” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5400];  Little Six “38” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5500];  Little Six “38” Seven-Passenger Berline [$5700];  Little Six “38” Seven-Passenger Berline Landaulet [$5800];  Little Six “38” Three-Passenger Coupé [$5200]; Big Six “48” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5100]; Big Six  “48” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5100]; Big Six “48” Two-Passenger Roadster [$5100]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6200]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6300]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Berline [$6500]; Big Six “48” Seven-Passenger Berline Landaulet [$6600]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
24 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 30 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues M – S 1914

3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 1
Marathon
1914
Models: Champion 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,495]; Champion

4-cylinder 45 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,470]; Winner 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,325]; Winner

4-cylinder 35 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,300]; Runner 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$975]; Runner

4-cylinder 25 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Roadster [$925]
Herff-Brooks Corporation, Indianapolis, Indiana
12 p., illustrations [Press of Williams Printing Co, Nashville]
Marathon Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 2
Marion Four – 1914 Model “B”
1914
Models: Model B5 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring [$1650]; Model B2

4-cylinder 38 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Roadster [$1650]
Marion Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations
Marion Four Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 3
Marion – “Six”, “Four”
1914
Models: Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,150];

Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Bobcat Speedster [$2,150];

Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. 

Four-Passenger Coupe [$2,650];

Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. 

Five-Passenger Sedan [$2,950];

Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Fore-door Roadster [$2150]; Model B 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,650];

Model B 4-cylinder 38 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Fore-Door Roadster [$1,650];

Model B 4-cylinder 38 H.P. four-Passenger 

Coupe [$2,150]; 

Model B 4-cylinder 38 H.P. 

Two-Passenger Bobcat Speedster [$1650]
Marion Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations
Marion Six Logo

3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 4
Marion Closed Cars
1914
Models: Model B 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Coupe [$2150]; Model B 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,650];  Model B 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Two-Passenger Fore-Door Roadster [$1,650];  Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Sedan [$2950]; Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Coupe [$2650]; Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,150]; Model G 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Two-Passenger Fore-door Roadster [$2150]
Marion Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
6 p.; illustrations

Marion Closed Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 5
Marion Six
1914
Models: Model G5 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring [$2,150]; Model G2 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2.150]
The Marion Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations
Marion Six Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 6
Marmon – “The Easiest Riding Car in the World” – 1914 Advance Catalog
1914
Models: Marmon “48” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; Marmon “48” 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; Marmon “48” 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000];Marmon “48” 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Roadster [$5,000]; Marmon “48” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6,250]; Marmon “48” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Berlin Limousine [$6,450]; Model “32” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model “32” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Suburban [$3,000]; Model “32” 4-cylinder Two Passenger Roadster [$2,900]; Model “32” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Speedster [$2,850]
Nordyke & Marmon Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 7
The Marmon “Forty One” – “The Easiest Riding Car in the World” – “Sixty Years of Successful Manufacturing”
1914
Models: Marmon “41” 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3250]; Marmon “41” 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$3250]; Marmon “41” 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$3250]; Marmon “41” 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Speedster [$3250]; Model “41” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4750]; Model “41” 6-cylinder Chassis [$3000]
Nordyke & Marmon Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [The Art Press at Indianapolis]
Marmon Forty One Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 8
Mercer Motor Cars – Being a Comprehensive Description of Models With Photographic Illustrations
1914
Models: Type 35, Series H 4-cylinder Close-Coupled Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2900]; Type 35, Series J 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Raceabout [$2600]; Type 35, Series O 4-cylinder Runabout [$2900]; Type 35, Series M 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]
Mercer Automobile Company, Trenton, New Jersey
28 p.; illustrations [The Beck Engraving Company]
Mercer Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 9
Metz “22” – With Complete Electric Equipment
1914
Models: Metz “22” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$600, without electric starter, etc. $475]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
4 p.; illustrations [Henry Decker, Ltd., New York City]
Metz 22 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 10
Metz
1914
Models: Metz “22” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$475]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
4 p.; illustrations [Henry Decker, Ltd., New York City]
Metz 22 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 11
Moline-Knight – Advance Infromation Pertaining to the World’s Supreme Motor
1914
Models: Moline-Knight 4-cylinder, 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2400]
Moline Automoibile Company, East Moline, Illinois
8 p.; illustrations
Moline Knight Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 12
Moon – Are Your a Live Dealer? Then This is a Message to You.
1914
Models: Light Six-50 Streamline Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,150]; Model Four-42 Roadster [$1750]; Model Six-50 Roadster [$2150]; Model Four-42 Coupe [$2350]; Model Six-50 Coupe [$2750]; Model Four-42 Touring Car [$1750]; Model Four-42 Torpedo [$1750]; Model Four-42 Parkway Speedster [$1,750]; Model Six-50 Parkway Speedster [$2,150]
Moon Motor Car Co., 4401 North Main St., St. Louis, Missouri
8 p.; illustrations
Moon Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 13
Moyer Motor Cars – Fours-Sixes
1914
Models: Model G 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Touring Car [$3250]; Model G 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Phaeton [$3250]; Model E 4-cylinder  50 H.P. Touring Car [$2500]; Model C 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster [$2400]
H. A. Moyer, Syracuse, New York
30 p.; illustrations [Designed Engraved and Printed by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
Moyer Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 14
Ohio – The Envied Electric
1914
Models: Model 60 [$3500]; Model 50 Five-Passenger Brougham [$3200]; Model 40 [$2900]; Model 30 [$2700]
The Ohio Electric Car Company, Toledo, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
Ohio Electric Logo

3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 15
Packard – Packard Two-Thirty-Eight Motor Carriages, Advance Folder
1914
Models: Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Limousine [$5950]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4850]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Salon [$4850]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Phaeton [$4750]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Phaeton [$4750]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$4750]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Limousine [$5900]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5950]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Landaulet [$5900]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Imperial Limousine [$6150]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Imperial Limousine [$6100]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Salon Limousine [$6100]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Brougham [$6000]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder  Four-Passenger Salon Brougham [$5950]; Model “4-48” 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Coupe [$5450]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Special Touring Car [$3350]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Standard Touring Car [$3850]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Phaeton [$3750]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$3750]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5000]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Limousine [$4950]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5000];  Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4900]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Imperial Limousine [$5000]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Imperial Limousine [$5100]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Salon Limousine [$5100];Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Six-Passenger Brougham [$5000]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Salon Brougham [$4950]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Coupe [$4450]; Model “2-38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger All-Weather Convertible [$4525]
Packard Motor Car Comapny, Detroit, Michigan
28 p.; illustrations [Press of Cadillac Printing Company, Detroit]

Packard Logo

3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 16
Paige – Mechanically A Marvelous Motor Car
1914
Models: Model “36” Glenwood 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1275]; Model “36” Westbrook 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Roadster [$1275]; Model “36” Speedway 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Gentleman’s Roadster [$1275]; Model “36” Montrose 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Coupe [$1850]; Model “36” Newport 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$2250]; Model “25” Brunswick 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$975]; Model “25” Kenilworth 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Roadster [$975]
Paige-Detroit Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Dunlap-Ward Advertising Co. – Peninsular Engraving Company, Detroit and Toledo]

Paige Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 17
The Paige “36” – The Car That Dominates the Field in It’s (sic) Price Class
1914
Models: Model “36” 4-cylinder Glenwood Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1275];

Model “36” Westbrook 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Roadster [$1275]; 

Model “36” Brighton 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Raceabout [$1275]; Model “36” Montrose 4-cylinder Four-passenger Coupe [$1850]; Model “36” Maplehurst 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Sedan [$1950]; 

Model “25” Brunswick 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$975]; Model “25” Kenilworth 4-cylinder Three-P

assenger Roadster [$975]

Paige-Detroit Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan – S. J. Wise & Co., Eastern Distributors, Broadway at 58th Street, New York, New York
2 p. large foldover; illustrations [Catalog Service Company, Inc., South Bend, Indiana]
Paige 36 Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 18
Palmer-Singer Cars – “The Strongest Built Car in the World”
1914
Models: “Brighton-Six” Model L 50 H.P. Two-Passenger [$2,495]; 

“Brighton-Six” Model L 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,495]; “Brighton-Six” Model L 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2,595]

Palmer & Singer Manufacturing Company, Long Island City, New York
8 p.; illustrations
Palmer & Singer Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 19
Partin-Palmer – from “The Horseless Age” Vol. 34, No. 1, July 1, 1914, pages 19-20
1914
Models: Model “20” Runabout [$495]
Partin Mfg. Co., 29 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois
2 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 20
Paterson
1914
Models: Series 15 Model 33 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1197]; Series 15 Model 32 Two-Passenger Runabout [$1147]
W. A. Paterson Co., Flint, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations [Peninsular Engraving Company, Detroit and Toledo]
Paterson Logo

3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 21
Peerless “All Purpose” Car – Bulletin No. 52 – “All That the Name Implies” – Licensed Under the Kardo Patents
1914
Models: Model 54 Light-Four Touring Car [$2,000]; Model 54 Light-Four Roadster [$2,000]; Model 54 Light-Four Limousine [$3,100]; Model 54 Light-Four Cabriolet-Roadster [$2,300]; Model 54 Light-Four Sedan [$3,100]; Model 54 Light-Four Chassis [$1,650]; Model 55 Light-Six Touring Car [$2,250]; Model 55 Light-Six Roadster [$2,250]; Model 55 Light-Six Limousine [$3,350]; Model 55 Light-Six Cabriolet-Roadster [$2,550]; Model 55 Light-Six Sedan [$3,350]; Model 55 Light-Six Chassis [$1,900]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland and New York]

Peerless Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 22
Pierce-Arrow – Model 48-B2, 1913-1914
1913
Models: Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Runabout [$4,850];  Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4,850];  Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4,850]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Brougham [$5,800]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Landaulet [$5,800]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Suburban [$6,100]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Landau [$6,100]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Vestibule Suburban [$6,300]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Vestibule Landau [$6,300]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Vestibule Brougham [$6,000]; Model 48-B2 6-cylinder Vestibule Landaulet [$6,000]
The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company, Buffalo, New York
32 p.; illustrations [The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland, and New York]
Pierce-Arrow Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 23
The Pilot – “The Car Ahead” – “Built to Wear – Not Just to Sell.” – Advance Announcement of 1914 Models
1914
Models: Pilot 60, 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2785]; Pilot 60, 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2785]; Pilot 60, 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Two-Passenger [$2785]; Pilot 60, 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Five-Passenger [$2785]; Pilot 60, 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Seven-Passenger [$2785]; Pilot 50 4-cylinder 59 H.P. Two-Passenger [$2500]; Pilot 50 4-cylinder 59 H.P. Four-Passenger [$2500]; Pilot 50 4-cylinder 59 H.P. Five-Passenger [$2500]; Pilot 50 4-cylinder 59 H.P. Six-Passenger [$2500]; Pilot 50 4-cylinder 59 H.P. Seven-Passenger [$2500]
Pilot Car Sales Co., Richmond, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
Pilot Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 24
The Pilot – “The Car Ahead”
1914
Models: Pilot 60 6-cylinder 67 H.P. [$2785]
Pilot Car Sales Co., Richmond, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
 
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 25
Pope-Harftord Automobiles – Model 35
1914
Models: Model 35 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]; Model 35 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2,250]; Model 35 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$2,850]
The Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Connecticut
8 p.; illustrations [R. S. Peck & Co., Hartford, Conn.]
Pope-Hartford Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 26
Pratt Automobiles – Pratt Motor Cars
1914
Models: Pratt-Fifty 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,995]; Pratt-Fifty 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,150]; Pratt-Fifty 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1,995]; Pratt-Fifty 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,950]; Pratt-Fifty 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3,000]
Elkhart Carriage & Harness Mfg. Co., Elkhart, Indiana
23 p.; illustrations [Engrave Printed by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
Pratt Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 27
Pullman Automobiles – The Palace Cars of the Road
1914
Models: Model 6-46 [$2250]; Model 6-66 [$2,850]; Model 4-44 [$1,975]; Model 4-36 [$1,775]
Pullman Motor Car Co., York, Pennsylvania
6 p.; illustrations [American Printery Co., York, Pa]
Pullman Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 28
Renault: Catalogue of Spare Parts – September 1st, 1914
1914
Models: 14/20 H.P.; 18/24 H.P. 6-cylinder; 20/30 H.P. Spec.; 20/30 H.P.; 30/40 H.P.; 35/45 H.P.; 35 H.P. Spec; 40/50 H.P. 6-cylinder
Renault Selling Branch, Inc., 719 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York – Repair and Spare Parts Dept. 13th Street & Boulevard, Long Island City, New York
42 p.; illustrations [J. Schaufele Printing, [illegible] William Street, New York]
Renault Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 29
Richmond Motor Cars – New Series “Richmond” Cars 1914, with Full Electric Equipment – “Richmond” cars are licensed under Dyer Patents Numbers 657650, 885986, 921963
1914
Models: Model R-2 Richmond “35” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model S-2 Richmond “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1350]; Model T-2 Richmond “Six” 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; Delivery Car 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$1100]
The Wayne Works, Richmond, Indiana
20 p., illustrations [Nicholson Press, Richmond, Ind.]
Richmond Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30, No. 30
The Saxon Motor Car
1914
Models: Saxon 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Two-Passenger [$395]
Saxon Motor Company, 1305 Bellevue Avenue, Detroit, Michigan
2 p.; illustrations
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3-TOP p.v. 30A – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues W 1914

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Waverly: The Silent Waverly Electric Yearbook
1914
Models: Model 107 Four-Chair Brougham [$3150]; Model 104 Front-Drive Four-Passenger Brougham [$2900]; Model 105 Rear-Drive Four-Passenger Brougham [$2800]; Model 106 Front-and-Rear-Drive Four-Passenger Brougham [$3000]; Model 108 Limousine-Five [$3500]; Model 99 Georgian Brougham [$3250]; Model 90 Roadster-Coupe [$2250]; Model 96 Victoria-Phaeton [$1950]
The Waverly Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
39 p., illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
Waverley Electrics Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 2
The Westcott Six
1914
Models: 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2535]; 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2485]; 6-cylinder 67 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2485]
Westcott Motor Car Co., Richmond, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
Westcott Six Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 3
The Westcott Four
1914
Models: 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1985]; 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1985]; 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1985]
Westcott Motor Car Co., Richmond, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations [Nicholson Press]
Westcott Four Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 4
White Trucks for Delivery Service – Both in Quality and Value of Production the White Company is the Largest Manufacturer of Commercial Vehicles in America
1914
Models: Model GBBE – Three-Quarter-Ton Truck with Standard Express Body [$2,250]; Model TBC One-and-one-half-Ton Truck with Standard Express Body [$3150]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at Sixty-Second Street, New York, New York
56 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
White Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 5
White Trucks for Heavy Service – 3 and 5 Tons – Both in Quality and Value of Production the White Company is the Largest Manufacturer of Commercial Vehicles in America
1914
Models: Model TAD Three-Ton Truck with Standard Platform Body [$3,850]; Model TCB Five-Ton Truck with Standard Platform Body [$4,700];Model TKA Five-Ton Power Dumping Truck [$5,200]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at Sixty-Second Street, New York, New York
56 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
White Trucks Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 6
White Motor Cars – White “Thirty”
1914
Models: Model GAG 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model GAG 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2500]; Model GAG 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$3250] (NB – prices also listed for models in No. 7 & No. 8 below)
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at Sixty-Second Street, New York, New York
19 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Artcraft Company, Cleveland, Ohio]
White Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 7
White “Forty”
1914
Models: Model GEC 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model GEC 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model GEC 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$3300]; Model GEC 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Berline Limousine [$5000]; Model GEC 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$4100]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at Sixty-Second Street, New York, New York
23 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Artcraft Company, Cleveland, Ohio]
White Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 8
White “Sixty”
1914
Models: Model GFD 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model GFD 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model GFD 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Two-Passenger Two-Passenger Roadster [$4800]; Model GFD 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Berline Limousine [$6300]; Model GFD 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$5400]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at Sixty-Second Street, New York, New York
23 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Artcraft Company, Cleveland, Ohio]
White Motor Cars Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 9
Willys-Knight Automobile – Willys-Knight, The highest type of mechanical perfection and refinement of design
1914
Models: 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Touring Car [$2750]; 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2750]
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [Designed and Engraved by Barnes-Crosby Co., Toledo — Printed by Roberts]
Willys Knight Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 10
The Winton Six – An Exceptional Car in its Mechanical Excellence, Equipment, Comfort, Beauty, and Value
1914
Models: Winton Six 48 H.P. [Chassis $2850] ; Winton Six 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3250]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500; Winton Six 48 H.P. Runabout [$3250]; Winton Six 48 H.P.Four-Passenger Toy Tonneay [$3250]; Winton Six 48 H.P.Three-Quarter Limousine [$4350]; Winton Six 48 H.P.Full Four-Door Limousine [$4600]; Winton Six 48 H.P.Landaulet [$4600]
The Winton Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
61 p.; illustrations
Winton Six Logo

3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 11
Winton: Price List of Parts – Corrected to May 1, 1914
1914
Models: Winton Six, Model 20
The Winton Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 70th St., New York, New York
36 p.

Winton Logo
3-TOP p.v. 30A, No. 12
The Auto Era; Vol. 12, No. 11 (Whole No. 143) July 1913 – Winton Six: Illustrations and Specifications – Read What’s Happening in the Automobile Industry
1913
See: The Auto Era
 

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3 TOP p.v. 31 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues 1903-06

3-TOP p.v. 31, No. 1
Rockaway
1903
Models: 1-cylinder 8 H.P. Two-Passenger Rockaway [$700]
Rockaway Automobile Company, Rockaway, New Jersey
4 p.; illustrations
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Compound Gasolene Automobiles
1905
Models: Model 3 3-cylinder 24-28 H.P. Touring Car [$2,000]; Model 4 3-cylinder 12-15 H.P. Touring Car [$1,400]; Model 4½ 3-cylinder 12-15 H.P. Runabout [$1,200]
E. H. V. Co., Middletown, Connecticut
10 p; illustrations [A. Mugford, Engraver and Electrotyper, Hartford, Connecticut]
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Peerless
1905
Models: Model 9 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Touring Car [$3,200]; Model 10 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$3,750]; Model 11 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Touring Car [$4,000]; Model 12 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Touring Car [$6,000]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger (inside) Limousine [$4,000]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger (inside) Limousine [$4,000]
Peerless Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations
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3-TOP p.v. 31, No. 4
Locomobile Gasolene Touring Cars
1905
Models: Type E 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. Five-Passenger Light Touring Car [$2,800]; Type E 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. Coupe Rockaway Body [$3,300]; Type D 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,700]; Type H 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; Type H 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Limousine Body [$6,000]; Type F4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$7,500]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut – 76th Street and Broadway, New York, New York
30 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by Isaaac H. Blanchard Company, New York]
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3-TOP p.v. 31, No. 5
Peerless
1906
Models: Model 14 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$3,750]; Model 14 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$4,500]; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Limousine [$6,000]; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Touring Car [$5,000]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy and Oakdale Streets, Cleveland, Ohio 220 West 41st St., New York, New York
24 p. & letter; illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York and Pittsburgh]
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3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 1
Compound Motor Cars
1905
Models: Model 5 3-cylinder 16 H.P. Five-Passenger Light Touring Car [$1,400]; Model 7 (Model 5 with detachable tonneau and Tuxedo) [$1,500]; Model Seven and One-half (Model 5 without tonneau but with Tuxedo) [$1,300]; Model Nine Two Ton Delivery Wagon [$1,400]; Model Eight 3-cylinder 16 H.P. Four-Passenger Royal Victoria [$1,700]; Model 6 3-cylinder 16 H.P. Two-Passenger Doctor’s Stanhope [$1,400]
The E. H. V. Company, Middletown, Connecticut
6 p.; illustrations
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Locomobile – Some Appreciatons of the Showing Made by the 90 H.P. Locomobile in the 1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race
1905
[Locomobile]
3 p; illustrations

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Packard – The Packard Motor Car
1905
Models: 4-cylinder 28 B.H.P. Touring Car [$3,500]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan – New York Branch: 1540 Broadway, New York, New York
23 p.; illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York and Pittsburgh]
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Mercedes – The American Mercedes: Being a reproduction of the celebrated Mercedes Automobile, as constructed by the parent company, the Daimler Motoren-Gesellschaft of Unterturkheim, Germany
1906
Models: 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Side-Entrance Tonneau [$7,500]
Daimler Manufacturing Company, 939 Steinway Aveneue, Long Island City, N.Y.
29 p.; illustrations [Otis H. Keane, Inc., New York]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 6 [5]
Marmon – Good Words for The Marmon – A Mechanical Masterpiece -Pamphlet No. 631
1906
Models: Model C [$2,500]; Model D [$3,000]
Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianapolis, Indiana [Established 1851]
32 p.; illustrations
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3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 5 [6]
Franklin Motor-cars
1906
Models: Type H 6-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$4000]; Type E 4-cylinder 12 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$1400]; Type G 4-cylinder 12 H.P. Four-Passenger Light Touring Car [$1800]; Type D 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2800]; Type D 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Limousine [$4300]
H H Franklin Manufacturing Company, Syracuse, New York
36 p.; illustrations [Prepared by Powers & Armstrong, Philadelphia – Engravings and Printing by Bartlett & Company – The Orr Press – New York]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 7
The Marmon – “A Mechanical Masterpiece” – Reprint from The Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal of Philadelphia, October 1905
1906
Models: Type 35 4-cylinder Air Cooled Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Type 26 4-cylinder Five Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]
Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
14 p; illustrations
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3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 8
The Packard Motor Car
1906
Models: “Packard 24” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Double Sice-Entrance Phaeton Touring Car [$4,000]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan – New York Branch: 1540 Broadway, New York, New York
30 p.; illustrations [Chasmar Winchell Press, New York & Pittsburgh]
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3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 9
Pope-Hartford Automobiles
1906
Models: Model F 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model G 2-cylinder 18 H.P. Double Side-Entrance Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1600]
Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Connecticut – New York Office: 1733 Broadway, Broadway and 55th Street, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations [Bartlett & Company – The Orr Press – New York]
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3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 10
The Stevens-Duryea -The Twentieth Century Hustler
1906
Models: Model R 4-cylinder
J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
36 p. & letter & inserts (one for Locomobile); illustrations [Prepared by Frank P. Illsley, Chicago Agent for the J. Steven Arms and Tool Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass. – Printed by Bentley, Murray & Co., Chicago]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
3-TOP p.v. 32, No. 11
Stoddard-Dayton
1906
Model: Model D 4-cylinder 30 to 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model D 4-cylinder 30 to 35 H.P. Limousine [$3250]; Model E 4-cylinder 15-18 H.P. Runabout [$1250]
Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
20 p.; illustrations [The Western [ ], Dayton, Ohio
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3 TOP p.v. 33 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – W 1907

3-TOP p.v. 33, No. 1
Baker Electric Vehicles
1907
Models: Runabout [$1,800]; Queen Victoria [$1,800]; Inside Driven Coupé [$2,000]; Roadster [$2,250]; Extension Front Brougham [$4,000]; Landaulet [$4,000]; Coupé [$3,000]; Victoria [$3,000]; Depot Carriage [$3,000]; Surrey [$2,650]; Suburban [$2,000]; Stanhope [$1,600]; Imperial [$1,200]
Baker Motor Vehicle Co., Cleveland, Ohio
31 p., illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York and Pittsburgh]
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Cadillac – Models “K and M”
1907
Models: Model K 1-cylinder 10 H.P. [Chassis $750]; Model M 1-cylinder 10 H.P. [Chassis $800]; Model K 1-cylinder 10 H.P. Light Runabout [$800]; Model K 1-cylinder 10 H.P. Runabout [$840]; Model M 1-cylinder 10 H.P. Touring Car [$950]; Model M 1-cylinder 10 H.P. Victoria [$950]; Model M 1-cylinder 10 H.P. Coupé [$1350]; Model M 1-cylinder 10 H.P. Folding Tonneau [$1,000]; Model M 1-cylinder 10 H.P. Delivery Car [$950]; Model G 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Touring Car [$2000]; Model G 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Runabout [$2,000]; Model H 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,500]; Model H 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$3,600]
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros., Engravers and Printers, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
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Columbia Motor Cars
1907
Models: Mark XLIX 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Standard Touring Car;Mark XLIX 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine Car; Mark XLIX 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet Car; Mark XLVIII 4-cylinder 24-28 H.P. Five-Passenger Standard Touring Car; Mark XLVIII 4-cylinder 24-28 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine Car
Electric Vehicle Company, Hartford, Connecticut
40 p.; illustrations [Arranged by the Department of Publicity of the Electric Vehicle Company – Engraved and Printed by Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]

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The Haynes – The Car of Quality 1907 – Oldest Automobile Manufacturers in America
1907
Models: Model T 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Runabout Semi-Racer [$3,500]; Model T 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model S 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Runabout Speedster [$2,500]; Model S 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Limousine; Landaulet
The Haynes Automobile Co, Kokomo, Indiana
28 p.; illustrations (incl. color)
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The Maxwell – Perfectly Simple and Simply Perfect
1907
Models: Model H B 2-cylinder 19½ H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,450]; Model D R 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Doctor’s Car or Runabout [$1,350]; Model R L 2-cylinder 14 H.P. Two-Passenger Tourabout [$825]; Model R S 2-cylinder 14 H.P. Two-Passenger Speedster Tourabout [$825]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model O 2-cylinder 20 H.P. 1,000 pounds capacity Light Delivery Car [$1,400]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York
32 p.; illustrations
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Mitchell — Price List of Parts for Models B-2, B-4, C-4 and D-4
1907
Models: Model B-2, Model B-4, Model C-4; Model D-4
Mitchell Motor Car Company, Racine, Wisconsin
22 p.
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Oldsmobile Model A
1907
Models: Model “H” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Two-Passenger Flying Roadster; Model “A” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Palace Touring Car [$2,750]; Model “A” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$3,800]
[Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan]
14 p., illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
 
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Renault – The Cheapskate and the Prudent Spender – A Fable, by Howard Greene
1907
Renault Freres, Selling Agent for U.S. and Cuba, Broadway and 57th Street
15 p.; illustrations [Technical Press Bureau, 25 West 42nd Street, New York]
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Stevens-Dureya: Price List of Parts – Effective October 15, 1907 – First Edition
1907
Models: Model U Light Six
Stevens-Dureya Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
45 p.; illustration [Press of Loring/Axtell Company, Printers, Springfield, Mass.]
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)
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Thomas Flyers: Illustrated Price List of Parts
1907
Model: “Thomas Flyer”
E. R. Thomas Motor Company, Buffalo, New York
32 p.; illustrations
Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109);
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Winton: Presenting the Advantages of Model M (Second Edition)
1907
Model: Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Runabout [$3,500]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$4,500]
The Winton Motor Carriage Co., Berea Road, at Madison Avenue and the L.S. & M.C. Ry., Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway and 70th Street, New York, New York
18 p.; illustrations
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Winton: Presenting the Advantages of Type X-I-V (Second Edition)
1907
Model: Type X-I-V 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Type X-I-V 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Runabout [$2,500]; Type X-I-V 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$3,500]
The Winton Motor Carriage Co., Berea Road, at Madison Avenue and the L.S. & M.C. Ry., Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway and 70th Street, New York, New York
15 p.; illustration
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Winton: Price List of Parts for the Winton Model M and Type X-I-V Cars Manufactured in 1907
1907
Models: Modle M; Type X-I-V
The Winton Motor Carriage Co., Berea Road, at Madison Avenue and the L.S. & M.C. Ry., Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway and 70th Street, New York, New York
60 p.; illustrations
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3-TOP p.v. 34 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues O – T 1907

3-TOP p.v. 34, No. 1
Oldsmobile: Repair Parts Catalog
1907
Models: Model “A”
[Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan]
50 p. [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 34, No. 2
Oldsmobile: Repair Parts Catalog
1907
Models: Model “H”
[Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan]
45 p. [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
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Panhard & Levassor: Pieces de Rechange – Tarif November 1907
1907
Models:
Société Anonyme des Anciens Établissments Panhard & Levassor, 19, Avenue d’Ivry, Paris – American Branch: Panhard & Levassor, Broadway et 62nd St., N.W. Corner, New York New York
149 + 39 p.; illustrations [Acheve d’imprimer par J. Barreau, 16 R. Littre, Paris]
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Peerless: Points & Appointments
1907
Models: Model 19 Limousine [$5500]; Model 19 Landaulet [$5800]; Model 25 Limousine [$7000]; Model 25 Landaulet [$7300]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy Ave. and E. 93rd St., Cleveland, Ohio
12 p.; illustrations
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The Stevens-Dureya Automobiles: A Condensed Catalogue of our Different Models with Some Light on the Six-Cylinder Question
1907
Models: Model S – The Big Six 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; Model U – The Light Six 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model R 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]
Stevens-Duryea Co., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
39 p.; illustrations [Press of Loring-Axtell Company, Printers, Sprinfield, Mass.]
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Thomas Flyer: Speed, Strength, Silence -The Thomas Flyer-Forty – Back cover: Thomas Flyer: Energy, Endurance, Economy
1907
Models: Thomas Flyer 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,000]; Thomas 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5,000]; Thomas 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5,200]; Thomas 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Two or Three-Passenger Runabout [$4,000]; Thomas 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Demi-Limousine [$4,500]; Thomas Forty 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; Thomas Forty 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$2,750]
The E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, New York – NYC: Harry S. Houpt & Co.
38 p.; illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York and Pittsburgh]
3-TOP p.v. 34, No. 7
The Thomas – Model XXXI
1907
Models: Model XXXI 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model XXXIII 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Landaulet [4,600]; Model XXXII 4-cylinder 50 H.P.Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4,500]; Model XXXIV 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Demi-Limousine [$4,000]
The E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, New York
38 p.; illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York and Pittsburgh]

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3-TOP p.v. 35 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – R 1907

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Buick Automobiles
1907
Models: Model “F” [2-cylinder] 22 H.P. Five-Passenger Side entrance Tonneau [$1250]; Model “G” [2-cylinder] 22 H.P. Two-Passenger Turtle Back Roadster [$1,150]; Model “D” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Side entrance Tonneau [$2000 ($1,850 crossed out in pen)]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Side entrance Tonneau [$1,750]; Model “S” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Two-Passenger Turtle back Roadster [$2000 ($2,500 crossed out in pen)]; Model “K” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Two-Passenger Turtle back Roadster [$2,500]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
23 p., illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by the Grand Rapids Engraving Co., The Cargill Press, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
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Cadillac – Model G
1907
Models: Model “G” 4-cylinder 25 H.P. [Chassis $1,900]; Model “G” 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster with Single Rumble Seat [$2,000]; Model “G” 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster with Double Rumble Seat [$2,025]; Model “G” 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car [Chassis $2,000]; Model “G” 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Limousine [$3,000]; “Model H” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,500]; “Model H” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$3,600]
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 35, No. 3
Franklin
1907
Models: Type G 4-cylinder 12 H.P. Light Touring Car [$1850]; Type D 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Touring Car [$2800]; Type H 6-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$4000]; Type G 4-cylinder 12 H.P. Runabout [$1800]; Type D 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Runabout [$2800]; Type H 6-cylinder 30 H.P. Runabout $4000]; Type D 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Landaulet [$4000]; Type H 6-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$5200]
H H Franklin Manufacturing Co., Syracuse, New York
38 p.; illustrations [Prepared by Powers & Armstrong, Philadelphia – Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 35, No. 4
The Locomobile Book – Locomobile 1907 Gasolene Cars
1907
Models: Type “E” Standard 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2800]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$3800]; Type “H” Standard 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; Type “H” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5800]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut – Broadway, Cor. 76th Street, New York, New York
46 p.; illustrations [Bartlett and Company, The Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 35, No. 5
Lorraine-Dietrich – Automobiles Licence Turcat-Méry
1907
Models: Type C Double Phaeton; Type C Limousine; Type T Landaulet Three Quarter; Type C Single Landaulet Limousine; Type C Landaulet-Limousine;; Limousine with Side bay Windows by Kellner; Grand Touring Body on 6 wheeled chassis; Engines for Motor Boats
Société Lorraine des anciens etablissements de Diétrich & Cie de Lunéville – 12, Aveneu de Madrid, Neuilly-Sur-Seine – The “De Dietrich” Import Co., 3 West 44th St. (Opposite Sherry’s), New York (Sole rights for the U.S.A.)
40 p.; illustrations [Louis Stelmans 15 B Montmartre, Paris]
3-TOP p.v. 35, No. 6
Mitchell – Catalogue Number Seventeen
1907
Models: Model D 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,800]; Model F 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model E 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$1,000]
Mitchell Motor Car Company, Racine, Wisconsin
24 p.; illustrations [Designed and Printed by Wright & Joys Co, Milwaukee, Wisconsin]

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Packard – A Booklet descriptive of the Packard Motor Car for the Season of 1907 – Packard “30” Illustrating and Describing the Packard Car of 1907 and Showing Different Body and Top Equipments
1907
Models: Packard “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4,200]; Packard “30” 4-cylinder Limousine [$5,500]; Packard “30” 4-cylinder Landaulet [$5,600]; Packard “30” 4-cylinder Runabout [$4,200]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations

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Peerless Motor Cars
1907
Models: Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6,000]; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$5,000]; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; Model 16 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$5,000]; Model 16 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$4,000]; Model 16 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4,000]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy & Oakdale Streets, Cleveland, Ohio – 220 West 41st Street, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 35, No. 9
Pope Waverly Electrics: Price List of Parts
1907
Models: Model 26; Model 26C; Model 36; Model 29; Model 69; Model 30; Model 65; Model 60; Model 43
The Waverly Co., successor to Pope Motor Car Co., Waverly Department, Indianapolis, Indiana
77 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 35, No. 10
Rambler Automobiles
1907
Models: Model 24 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model 25 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model 21 2-cylinder 20-22 H.P. Five Passenger Detachable tonneau Touring Car [$1,350]; Model 22 2-cylinder 20-22 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$1,250]; Model 27 2-cylinder 14-16 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$950]
Thomas B. Jeffery and Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
32 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 36 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – T 1908

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The Electric Motor of Yesterday and Today, by F. A. Babcock – Reprinted from Harper’s Weekly, March 16, 1907
1907
[Babcock]
5 p. [Hausauer-Jones Printing Co., Buffalo, N.Y.]

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Baker Electric Vehicles – Baker Electric Vehicles are the Aristocrats of Motordom
1908
Models: Baker Queen Victoria on L Chassis [$1,800]; Baker Inside Driven Coupé on L Chassis [$2,200]; Baker Electric Roadster, Model M [$2,500]; Baker Electric Extension Front Brougham on I Chassis [$4,000]; Baker Landaulet on I Chassis [$4,000]; Baker Two-Passenger Coupé [$3,000]; Baker Victoria [$3,000]; Baker Depot Carriage [$3,000]; Baker Surrey [$2,650]; Baker Suburban [$2,000]; Baker Stanhope [$1,600]; Baker Imperial [$1,200]
The Baker Motor Vehicle Co., Cleveland, Ohio
29 p.; illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York and Pittsburgh];

3-TOP p.v. 36, No. 3
Ford: Price List of Parts
1908
Models: Model “C”; Model “B”; Model “F”
Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan
33 p.

3-TOP p.v. 36, No. 4
Knox – Knox Automobile Company, Waterless Gasolene Cars
1908
Models: Model “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,700]; Model “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Landaulet [$3,600]; Model “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$3,600]; Model “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$2,650]; Model “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Stanhope [$2,600]; Model “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Sportabout [$2,600]; Model “G” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$5,000]; Model “G” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Tonneau [$4,000]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$3,500]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Landaulet [$3,500]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Tonneau [$2,600]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$2,550]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Four-Passenger [$2,600]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Three-Passenger Stanhope [$2,500]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Three-Passenger Sportabout [$2,500]; Commercial Cars (NB Model “L” is Water-Cooled, Models “H” and “G” are Air Cooled)
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts
37 p.; illustrations [Griffiths-Stillings Press, 368 Congress St., Boston]

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Locomobile Cars
1908
Models: Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Standard Touring Car [$2,900]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$2,900]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$4,200]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,300]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Standard Touring Car [$4,700]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$4,750]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6,200]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6,300]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut – Broadway and 76th Street, New York, New York
20 p.; illustrations [Press of L H. Starkey Co., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 36, No. 6
Peerless: Advance Information, 1908 Models
1908
Models: Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$4,300]; Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$4,300]; Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$5,500]; Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$5,800]; Model 15 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car [$5,000]; Model 15 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$5,000]; Model 15 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$6,200]; Model 15 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet [$6,500]; Model 20 6-cylinder 57 H.P. Touring Car [$6,000]; Model 20 6-cylinder 57 H.P. Roadster [$6,000]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincey Avenue and 93d Street, Cleveland, Ohio
18 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 36, No. 7
Pennsylvania: Detail and Price List of Parts
1908
Models:Type C Pennsylvania 50
Pennsylvania Auto Motor Co., Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
26 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 36, No. 8
Oldsmobile
1908
Models: Model X2 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model MR 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Flying Roadster [$2750]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Palace Touring Car [$2750]; Model Z 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4200]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan
12 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Lansing, Chicago]
3-TOP p.v. 36, No. 9
Thomas: Repair Parts List
1908
Models: Model F 4-60 Touring Car
E. R. Thomas Motor, Co., Buffalo, New York
80 p.; illustrations [Baker, Jones & Co., Buffalo, New York]

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3-TOP p.v. 37 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – S 1908

3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 1
Buick – Model 10 Price List
1908
Models: Model 10
Buick Motor Co., Flint, Michigan
27 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 2
Cadillac – The Selection of an Automobile
1908
Models: “Thirty” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1400]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder Demi-Tonneau [$1400]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1400]
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Dickson Bros Engravers, Printers, Grand Rapids, Mich.]
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 3
The Haynes Automobile – Oldest Automobile Manufacturers in America
1908
Models: Model U 48 4-cylinder H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,750]; Model S 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,500]; Model W 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Touring Car [$3,000]; Runabout (available for all models)
The Haynes Automobile Co., Kokomo, Indiana
28 p.; illustrations [Scott Miller Company, Engravers & Printers, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 4
Pope-Hartford: Price List of Parts
1908
Models: Model M Four Cylinder Touring Car and Runabout
The Pope Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Connecticut
60 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 5
The “Maxwell”: A Story of an American Triumph
1908
Models: Model HC 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,450]; Model NC 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Doctor’s Car Two-Passenger Ruanbout [$1,350]; Model O 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Light Delivery Car [$1,400]; Model LC 2-cylinder 14 H.P. Two-Passenger Tourabout [$825]; Model D 4-cylinder 24-28 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,750]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York – 317 West 59th St., New York, New York
35 p.; illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York and Pittsburgh]
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 6
Pope Waverly Electrics
1908
Models: Model 67 Victoria Phaeton [$1600]; Model 70C Victoria Phaeton [$1,900]; Model 70 Victoria Coupe [$2,000]; Model 53 Stanhope Special [$2200]; Model 26 Chelsea [$1400, with removable coupe top, $1700]; Model 65 Stanhope [$1500]; Model 30 Station Wagon [$2000]; Model 71A Runabout [$1425]; Model 71B Runabout with Leather Top [$1500]; Model 69A Road Wagon [$1150]; Model 69B Road Wagon with Leather Top [$1225]; Model 60A Surrey [$1,750]; Model 60B Surrey with Extension Leather Top [$1,900]; Model 43 Closed Delivery Wagon [$2000 ($1800 crossed out by hand]; Model 63 Closed Delivery Wagon [$1500 (in pen – Discontinued)]
The Waverly Co., successor to Pope Motor Car Company, Waverley Department, Indianapolis, Indiana
32 p.; illustrations [Designed and Written by M. V. Kelley – From the Press of The B. F. Wade & Sons Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 7
Premier – The Quality Car
1908
Models: Premier “45” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; Premier “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500 – $2600]; Premier “24” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model “24” 4-cylinder Premier Roadster [$2250]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2500 – $2600] Model “45” 6-cylinder Roadster [$3500]; 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Premier Limousine [$3500 – $3600]
Premier Motor Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Prepared by Powers & Armstrong Company, Philadelphia – Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 8
The Rauch & Lang Electric Vehicles
1908
Models: Stanhope mounted on Model 10 Chassis [$1,850]; Coupe mounted on Model 10 Chassis [$2,100]; Stanhope with Folding Front Seat mounted on Model 12 Chassis [$2,050]; Extension Coupe mounted on Model 12 Chassis [$2,400]; Stanhope with Folding Front Seat mounted on Model 14 Chassis [$2,200]; Four-Passenger Extension Coupe mounted on Model 14 Chassis [$2,600]; Extension Top Surrey mounted on Model 16 Chassis [$3,000]; Victoria mounted on Model 16-S Chassis [$3,200]; Brougham mounted on Model 16 Chassis [$3,800]; Landaulette mounted on Model 16 Chassis [$4,000]; Six-Passenger Brougham mounted on Model 18 Chassis [$4,000]; Six-Passenger Landaulette mounted on Model 18 Chassis [$4,200]
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Co., 623-631 Superior Ave. N.E., Cleveland, Ohio – Factory 2180 West 25th St.
40 p.; illustrations [The Britton Printing Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 9
Instruction Book for REO
1908
Models: Models “D” and “H” – 2-cylinder 20-22 H.P. Light Touring Car and Gentleman’s Roadster
Reo Motor Car Co., Lansing, Michigan
20 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago – Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 37, No. 10
A Catalogue of The Stevens-Duryea Automobiles, with Especial Reference to the Six-Cylinder Cars
1908
Models: Model S, The Big Six, 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; Model U, The Light Six, 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model U, The Light Six, 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4,500]; Model R 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model R 5-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$3,300]
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
63 p.; illustrations [Edited, Designed, Engraved, and Printed for the Stevens-Duryea Company, by R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company, Chicago]

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3-TOP p.v. 38 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – R 1908

3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 1
Babcock Electrics – “When You Build Right, It is Right and Works Right.”
1908
Models: Model 5 Roadster – “Long Distand” – “Hight Speed” [$1,500]; Model 6 Victoria Phaeton – “Ideal for Women” – “Extreme Comfort” – “Luxury” [$1,700]; Model 1 Special (Design Patented) – “Dignity and Stability” [$1,800]; Model 10 Coupe – “Complete Protection” [$2,100]; Model 7 Brougham – “Refinement” – “Luxury” [$4,000]
Babcock Electric Carriage Company, Buffalo, New York
22 p., illustrations [Hausauer-Jones Printing Co., Buffalo, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 2
Franklin – Advance News
1908
Models: Type G 4-cylinder 16 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]; Type G 4-cylinder 16 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$1750]; Type D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2850]; Type D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Landaulet [$4000]; Type D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Runabout [$2850]; Type H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring-Car [$4000]; Type H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Limousine [$5200]; Type H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Runabout [$4000]
H H Franklin Manufacturing Co, Syracuse, New York
16 p.; illustrations [Prepared by Powers & Armstrong Philadelphia, Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 3
Jackson Motor Cars
1908
Models: Model “C” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]; Model “D” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,500]; Model “E” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model “E” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Three or Four-Passenger Gentlemen’s Roadster [$2,000]; Model “F” 2-cylinder 15-18 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$850]
Jackson Automobile Co., Jackson, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved & Printed by Jospeh Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 4
Lozier Motor Cars – Four-Cylinders and Six – Book Twenty-Seven
1908
Models: Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Touring Car [$5,000]; Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Landaulet [$6,000];Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Limousine [$6,000];Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Briarcliff Runabout [$5,000]; Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$6,000];Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Briarcliff Runabout [$6,000]; Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Limousine [$7,000]; Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Landaulet [$7,000]
The Lozier Motor Company, Fifty-Fourth Street and Broadway, New York, New York – Factory, Plattsburg, New York
40 p.; illustrations [A. L. Rich, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 5
Mitchell – List of Parts Used in Mitchell Cars
1908
Models: Model E; Model F; Model G; Model H; Model I
Mitchell Motor Car Co., Racine, Wisconsin
45 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 6
Mitchell Motor Cars for 1908 – The Mitchell Motor Car Company’s Showing for the Year Nineteen Hundred Eight – Catalog Number Eighteen – “The Car you ought to have at the price you ought to pay.”
1908
Models: Model G 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Three-Passenger Touring Runabout [$1,250 – $1,500 crossed out by hand]; Model H 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$1000 – $1,200 crossed out by hand]; Model I 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000 – $2,250 crossed out by hand]; Mitchell 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$2,800 – $3,200 crossed out by hand]
Mitchell Motor Car Co., Racine, Wisconsin
28 p.; illustrations [Designed and Printed by Wright & Joys Co., Milwaukee, Wis.]
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 7
Packard “Thirty”: 1908 – A Motor Car Catalogue – “Ask the man who owns one.”
1908
Models: Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Runabout [$4,200]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
28 p.; illustrations [This catlogue was designed and written by E. Ralph Estep and was engraved, printed and bound by Rogers & Company]
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 8
Peerless Motor Cars
1908
Models: Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4300]; Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster, No 2 Type [$4300]; Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster, No 1 Type [$4300]; Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [5500]; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Limousine [$6000]; Model 20 Limousine [$7000]; Model 18 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$5800]; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P.Landaulet; Model 15 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Roadster; Model 20 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$6000]; Model 20 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy & 93rd Streets, Cleveland, Ohio – 220 West 41st Street, New York, New York
28 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 38, No. 9
Rambler Automobiles – The Car of Steady Service – Number 15
1908
Models: Model 34 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model 36 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$3250]; Model 34-A 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Three-Passenger Touring Roadster [$2250]; Model 31 22 H.P. Detachable tonneau [$1400]
Thomas B. Jeffery & Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
36 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 39 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues M – S 1908

3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 1
The Marmon Car – “A Mechanical Masterpiece” – The Easiest Riding Car in the World – Catalog No. 730
1908
Models: Model F 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model F 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$4,500]; Model F 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Landaulet [$4,750]; Model C-7 4-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]
Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
48 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 2
Oldsmobile: Repair Parts Catalog
1908
Models: Model “M”
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michgan
57 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 3
Oldsmobile: Repair Parts Catalog
1908
Models: Model “MR”
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michgan
57 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 4
Matheson: Instruction Book
1908
Models:
Matheson Motor Car Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 5
Rambler: Repair Parts Price List – Number 10 – Rambler Automobile Parts: Price List No. 10
1908
Models: Model 31 Touring Car; Model 37 Roadster; Model 41 Roadster
Thomas B. Jeffery & Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
27 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 6
REO: Parts Price List
1908
Models: Model “A” Touring Car 1905-1908; Model “B” Runabout 1905-1908; Model “C” Gentlemen’s Roadster 1908; Model “F” Ten-Passenger Wagonette 1906-1907
Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan
56 p.; illustrations [Ripley & Gray, Printers, Lansing, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 7
The Selden Car
1908
Models: Model 28 4-cylinder 28-30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,000]; Selden 4-cylinder 28-30 H.P. Runabout [$2,000]
Selden Motor Vehicle Company, Rochester, New York
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 39, No. 8
Stoddard-Dayton – American Leaders Among Dependable Cars – The Only Gasoline Car to finish the Great Glidden Tour for the Hower Trophy with a perfect score
1908
Models: Model 8-F 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model 8-K 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Runabout [$2,500]; Model 8-K 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. with Baby Tonneau [$2,550]; Model 8-F 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3,500]; Model 8-G 6-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Eight-Passenger Limousine [$5,650]; Model 8-G 6-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500]; Model 8-T 6-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Two-, Three- or Four-Passenger [$3,750]; Model 8-H 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Runabout [$1,750]; Model 8-N 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Landaulet [$2,300]; Model 8-N 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Victoria [$2,500]; Model 8-H 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Coupe [$2,150]
[United States Motor Company: Stoddard-Dayton Division, 3 West 61st Street, New York, New York]
32 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 40 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – T 1908

3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 1
Babcock Electric
1908
Models: Model 12 – Gentleman’s Roadster [$2,000]
Babcock Electric Carriage Co., Buffalo, New York
1 p., illustration
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 2
Buick – 4 Types of Automobiles and a Separate Factory for Each
1908
Models: Model “10” 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$900]; Model “F” 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Five-Passenger Side entrance tonneau Touring Car [$1,250]; Model “G” 2-cyoinder 22 H.P. Two-Passenger Turtle Back [$1,150]; Model “D” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Side entrance tonneau Touring Car [$1,750]; Model “S” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Turtle back, or with single rumble seat [$1,750]; Model “5” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Side entrance tonneau Touring Car [$2,500]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan – Factories at Flint and Jackson, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved & Printed by Dickinson Bros., Grand Rapids, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 3
Columbia Motor Cars (Gasoline)
1908
Models: Mark 66-3 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car; Mark 66-3 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car; Mark 48-2 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Five-Passenger Light Touring Car; Mark 48-2 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine; Mark 48-2 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Runabout
Electric Vehicle Company, Hartford, Connecticut – 134, 136, 138 West 39th Street, opposite Metropolitan House, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 4
Columbia Electric Vehicles
1908
Models: Brougham; Landaulet; Open Victoria; Victoria Phaeton
Electric Vehicle Company, Hartford, Connecticut – 134, 136, 138 West 39th Street, opposite Metropolitan House, New York, New York
14 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 5
FIAT – Detailed Description of the World-Famous FIAT
1908
Models: 40 H.P. Chain Drive 4-cylinder Chassis [$5000]; 15 H.P. Shaft Drive 4-cylinder Chassis [$3500]; 12 H.P. Shaft Drive 4-cylinder Chassis [$2,750 – $2500 crossed out]; 25 H.P. Shaft Drive 4-cylinder Chassis [$4500]; 45 H.P. Chain Drive 6-cylinder Chassis [$6000]; 60 H.P. Chain Drive 4-cylinder Chassis [$7250]; 60 H.P. Chain Drive 6-cylinder Chassis [$7500] — Runabout Bodies, $600 extrea; Touring Bodies $1,000 extra; Enclosed Bodies, $1,500 extra
Fiat Automobile Company, 1783 Broadway – 57th & 58th Streets (1789 Broadway, Fifty-Eighth and Fifty-Ninth Streets “crossed out”), New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 6
The Locomobile Book – Locomobile Gasolene Cars
1908
Models: Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$2900]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Standard Touring Car [$2900]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4300]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$4200]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$4750]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Standard Touring Car [$4750]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6300]; Type “I” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6200]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut – Broadway, Corner 76th Street, New York, New York
38 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 7
Lorraine-Dietrich (Turcat-Mery License)
1908
Models: 4-cylinder 14 H.P. chainless transmission; 4-cylinder 20 H.P. chainless transmission; 4-cylinder 18 H.P. chain transmission; 4-cylinder 28 H.P. chain transmission; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. chain transmission; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. chain transmission; 6-cylinder 75 H.P. chain transmission — Body types: Racing Type; Double Phaeton; Double Phaeton 6 Seats; Limousine-Landaulette; Limousine; Double Coupé; Limousine-Landaulette 3/4; Limousine-Landaulette 4 seats, 14 HP, town chassis; Coupé with Special Spring; 3/4 Limousine; Boat Motors
Société Lorraine des anciens etablissements de Diétrich & Cie de Lunéville – 12, Aveneu de Madrid, Neuilly s/S, France – The “De Dietrich” Import Co., 3 West 44th St., New York, New York
40 p.; illustrations [Stelmans, Gr. Paris]
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 8
Marmon – Lubricating a Motor Car; A comprehensive review of the Marmon Lubricating System and other Marmon Features, as described in Motor Age, issue of July 16, 1908
1908
Models: Marmon 50 Seven-Passenger Touring Car; Marmon 50 Four-Passenger Tourinst; Marmon 45 Two to Four-Passenger; Marmon 32 Four-to Five-Passenger Touring Car; Marmon 32 Four-Passenger Tourabout; Marmon 32 Two to Four-Passenger Roadster
Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
4 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 9
The Pope-Harford
1908
Models: Model M4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,750]; Model M 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Runabout [$2,750]; Model M 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine[$4,000]
Pope Manufacturing Company, Harftord, Connecticut
24 p.; illustrations [Designed and Written by M. V. Kelley – The Press of The B. F Wade & Sons Co. – Plates by Barnes-Crosby Company]

3-TOP p.v. 40, No. 10
Thomas – Catalog 1908
1908
Models: Thomas 4-20 Town Car Four-Passenger Cabriolet [$3,000]; Thomas 4-20 Town Car Five-Passenger Landaulet [$3,000; Thomas 4-20 Town Car Five-Passenger Limousine [$3,250]; Thomas 4-20 Town Car Five-Passenger Brougham [$3,000]; Thomas 4-20 Town Car Five-Passenger Doctor’s Car [$3,000]; Thomas 4-40 Detroit Three-Passenger Runabout [$2,750]; Thomas 4-40 Detroit Four-Passenger Tourabout [$2,750]; Thomas 4-40 Detroit Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; Thomas 4-40 Five-Passenger Detroit Limousine [$3.750]; Thomas 4-60 Flyer Three-Passenger Runabout [$4,500]; Thomas 4-60 Flyer Four-Passenger Tourabout [$4,500]; Thomas 4-60 Flyer Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500];Thomas 4-60 Flyer Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5,700]; Thomas 4-60 Flyer Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5,700]; Thomas 6-70 Special Three-Passenger Runabout [$6,000]; Thomas 6-70 Special Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000];Thomas 6-70 Special Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6,900]; Thomas 6-70 Special Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6,900]
E. R. Thomas Motor Company, Buffalo, New York
8 p.; illustrations

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3 TOP p.v. 41 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – T 1909

3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 1
Baker Electric Vehicles
1909
Models: Queen Victoria on P Chassis [$1,850]; Straight Front Coupe on P or P “Special” Chassis [$2,250]; Queen Victoria on P “Special” Chassis [$2,000]; Extension Front Coupe on P “Special” Chassis [$2,500]; Runabout on S Chassis [$1,850]; S Coupe on S Chassis [$2,250]; Roadster on M Chassis [$2,500]; Brougham on I Chassis [$3,500]; Landaulet on I Chassis [$3,500]; F Coupe [$2,200]; J Victoria [$2,000]; Surrey [$2,200]; Suburban [$1,500]; Stanhope [$1,000]; Imperial [$850]; Light Express Wagon [$800]; Commercial Chassis [$2,300]
The Baker Motor Vehicle Co., Cleveland, Ohio – Baker Vehicle Co., 1788 Broadway, New York
40 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Printers, Designers, Engravers, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 2
The Benz Automobile – “The Car of Emperoros – The Emperor of Cars” Creats 15 World Records in 6 Months, 1909
1909
Models: Prince Henry Runabout [$3500 up]
The Benz Auto Import Co. of America, 1601 Broadway, New York
4 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 3
Cameron Air Cooled – List of Prices – In effect August 19, 1909
1909
Models: Four Cylinder Models Only
Cameron Car Company, Beverly, Massachusetts
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 4
The Columbus Electric: Repair Parts Price List
1909
Models: Model G; Model H
The Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio
11 p.
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 5
Ford -Price List of Parts for Model K Touring Car and Roadster – In effect March 1, 1909
1909
Models: Model K Touring Car (for 1906 and 1907) and Roadster (for 1908)
Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan – 1721 Broadway, New York, New York
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 6
Tungsten Automobile Electric Lamps
1909
General Electric Company, Schenectedy, New York
15 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 7
The Locomobile Book – 1899-1909
1909
Models: Model “30” 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model “30” 38 H.P. Twour-Passenger Runabout [$3500]; Model “40” 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; Model “40” 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Runabout [$4500]; Model “40” 60 H.P. Four-Passenger “Baby Tonneau” [$4500]; Model 40 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5900]
The Locomobile Company of America, Broadway and 76th Street, New York
21 p.; illustrations [Press of F. H. Johnson, Syracuse, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 8
Palmer-Singer Cars – Stop Look Listen – A Word to the Wise is Sufficient: A Few of the Testimonial Letters Received by US From Owners and Users of the Palmer-Singer Cars, The Originals of Which Are On File in the New York Office
1909
Palmer- & Singer Manufacuring Company, 1620-22-24 Broadway, New York, New York; 1321 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
15 p. [Press of George Van Berk, 13-21 Park Row, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 9
Peerless – All That the Name Implies – Advance Description of the 1909 Models
1909
Models: Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$4300]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$6000]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$5500]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$5800]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Berline [$6200]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$4300]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster [$6000]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Limousine [$7,000]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Landaulet [$7,300]; Model 25 Close Coupled Body [$6250]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy Avenue and E. Ninety-Third St., Cleveland, Ohio
23 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 10
Renault “Commercial” Cars
1909
Models: Taxis 9-12 H.P. [$2,750]; Light Trucks and Delivery Wagons, 10-14 H.P. [Chassis $2,500], 14-20 H.P. [Chassis $4,000]; Omnibus [Chassis $6,000]
Renaut Frères Selling Branch, Broadway & 57th Street, New York, New York; Factory – Billancourt, France
12 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 11
REO Runabout: Instruction Book for 1909
1909
Models: Model G
REO Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan
22 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co, Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 12
The Royal Tourist: Price List of Parts issued by The Royal Tourist Car Co.
1909
Models: G-1 1906; G-2 1907; G-3 1908
The Royal Tourist Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
37 p.
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 13
Simplex – Made in New York City
1909
Models: 50 H.P. Chassis; Touring Car; Tonneau [Chassis price $4,400]; 90H.P. [chassis price $5,250 – marked up in red pencil from $4,900]; 90 H.P. Gentlemen’s Roadster [$6,000, marked up in red pencil from $5,500]
Simplex Automobile Co., 614 East 83rd Street, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations [American Bank Note Company, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 14
Thomas Flyer: The Best Yet – Small booklet insert “Thomas Achievements”, Larger Pamphlet “The Story of a Record”
1909
Models: Model K – Thomas 6-70 Flyer [$6,000 and up]
The E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, New York
7 p., 14 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 15
“Thomas Flyers” – Illustrated Price List of Parts
1909
Models: Model G 4-cylinder 20 H.P>
The E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, New York
58 p.; illustrations [Baker, Jones & Co., Buffalo, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 16
Thomas Fyers – Illustrated Price List of Parts
1909
Models: Model L 6-40 Flyabout [$3000]
The E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, New York
73 p.; illustrations [Baker, Jones & Co., Buffalo, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 17
The Thomas Line (Thomas Flyers)
1909
Models: Model L 6-40 Six-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model L 6-40 Four-Passenger Flyabout [$3,000]; Model L 6-40 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3,000]; Model L 6-40 Six-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500]; Model K 6-70 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; Model K 6-70 Five-Passenger Flyabout [$6,000]; Model K 6-70 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$6,000]; Model K 6-70 SevenPassenger Limousine [$7,500]; Model K 6-70 Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7,500]; Model F 4-60 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500]; Model F 4-60 Five-Passenger Flyabout [$4,500]; Model F 4-60 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$4,500]; Model F 4-60 Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6,000]; Model F 4-60 Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6,000]; Model G Thomas Town Car 4-16 Six-Passenger Brougham [$3,000]; Model G Thomas Town Car 4-16 Four-Passenger Cabriolet [$3,000]; Model G Thomas Town Car 4-16 Six-Passenger Landaulet [$3,000]
The E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, New York
39 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 41, No. 18
The Thomas Flyer: Champion Stock Car of the World
1909
Models: Model K Thomas Flyer 6-70 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; Model K Thomas Flyer 6-70 Five-Passenger Flyabout [$6000]; Model K Thomas Flyer 6-70 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$6000]; Model K Thomas Flyer 6-70 Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7500]; Model K Thomas Flyer 6-70 Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7500]; Model F Thomas Flyer 4-60 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; Model F Thomas Flyer 4-60 Five-Passenger Flyabout [$4500]; Model F Thomas Flyer 4-60 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$4500]; Model F Thomas Flyer 4-60 Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6000]; Model F Thomas Flyer 4-60 Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6000]; Model L Thomas Flyer 6-40 Six-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model L Thomas Flyer 6-40 Four-Passenger Flyabout [$3000]; Model L Thomas Flyer 6-40 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$4500]; Model L Thomas Flyer 6-40 Six-Passenger Limousine [$4500]; Model G Thomas Town Car 4-16 Six-Passenger Brougham [$3000]; Model G Thomas Town Car 4-16 Four-Passenger Cabriolet [$3000]; Model G Thomas Town Car 4-16 Six-Passenger Landaulet [$3000]
The E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, New York
60 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 42 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – J 1909

3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 1
The Browniekar
1909
Models: 1-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster “Browniekar is a toy designed for harmless sport and amusement of the young folks, of such light weight and low speed as to remove all element of danger…” [$175, $150 crossed out]
Omar Motor Company, Newark, New York
12 p., illustrations [A. Mugford, Syracuse]
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 2
The Brush: Catalog and Price List of Repair Parts
1909
Models: Model B
The Brush Runabout Co., 14 Baltimore Ave. W., Detroit, Michigan
35 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 3
The Brush
1909
Models: Model BC 1-cylinder 7 H.P. Runabout (with pneumatic tires $550); 500 Pound Delivery Wagon [$600]
The Brush Runabout Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 4
Buick – 1909 Buick Victories
1909
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [The Valley Printing Company, Saginaw, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 5
Buick Light Delivery Truck
1909
Models: Light Delivery Truck
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
3 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 6
Buick Light Delivery Truck
1909
Models: Model “F” Light Delivery Truck
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
3 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 7
Cadillac – Advance Booklet
1909
Models: “Model S” 1-cylinder Runabout with Double Rumble Seat [$850]; “Model S” 1-cylinder Runabout [$800]; “Model T” 1-cylinder Four-Passenger Car [$950]; “Model T” 1-cylinder Coupe [$1300]
Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros. Engravers Printers, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 8
Cadillac
1909
Models: Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1400]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Demi-Tonneau [$1400]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1400]
Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros. Engravers Printers, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 9
Chalmers-Detroit – The 1909 Models
1909
Models: Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Runabout [$1,500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1,500]; Model Forty 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; Model Forty 4-cylinder Three or Four-Passenger Runabout [$2,750]; Model Forty 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Special Speed Roadster [$2,800]
Chalmers-Detroit Motor Co., Formerly E.R. Thomas Detroit Co., Detroit, Michigan
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 10
Columbia Gasolene & Electric Motor Cars – New Models for Nineteen Nine
1909
Models: Mark 48 Lot 3 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Touring Car Seating Five [$2750]; Mark 48 Lot 3 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Roadster Seating Four [$2750]; Mark 48 Lot 3 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Runabout Seating Three [$2750]; Mark 48 Lot 3 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Limousine Seating Seven [$3750]; Mark 48 Lot 3 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Landaulet Seating Seven [$3850]; Mark 70 Victoria-Phaeton Seating Two [$1600]; Mark 68 Brougham Seating Seven [$4000]; Mark 68 Landaulet Seating Seven [$4000]
Electric Vehicle Company, Hartford, Connecticut
15 p; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 11
Columbus Electrics – “The Social Favorite” [NB – Handwritten Firestone Automobile]
1909
Models: Models 1000-1001 Victoria Phaeton [$1750]; Model 1002 Two-Passenger Coupe [$2350]; Model 1202 Four-Passenger Coupe [$2600]; Model 1100 Four-Passenger Surrey [$2500]
The Columbus Buggy Company, Columbus, Ohio
16 p. & insert (price list); illustrations [Designed and Executed by Russel M. Seeds Co., Indianapolis, Indiana – The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 12 (Note: No. 17 is inserted before this catalog)
The Detroit Electric
1909
Models: Model “A” Victoria; Model “B” Victoria; Model “C” Two-Passenger coupe; Model “D” Four-Passenger Brougham; Model “L” Cape Top
The Anderson Carriage Co, Detroit, Michigan
32 p. & insert; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 13
Elmore: Price List of Parts for Elmore 2-Cycle Automobiles
1909
Models: 1904 Model 9; 1905 Models 10 and 11; 1906 Models 14 and 15; 1907 Models 16, 17 and 18; 1908 Models 30, 40 Roadster and Landaulet; 1909 Models 33, 44, Roadster 33, and 33-Landaulet
Elmore Mfg. Co., Clyde, Ohio
16 p. & insert; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 14
FIAT (Fabrica Italiana di Automobili Torino) – Detailed Description of the World-famous FIAT
1909
Models: 12 H.P. Shaft Drive 4-cylinder [Chassis $2,750]; 18 H.P. Shaft Drive 4-cylinder [Chassis $3,500]; 25 H.P. Shaft Drive 4-cylinder [Chassis $4,500]; 40 H.P. Chain Drive 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,000]; 45 H.P. Shaft Drive 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,250]; 45 H.P. Chain Drive 6-cylinder [Chassis $6,000]; 75 H.P. Chain Drive 4-cylinder [Chassis $27,250]
Fiat Automobile Company, 1786 Broadway, 57th and 58th Stts., New York, New York
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 15
Geiszler Batteries – Are Geiszler Storage Batteries Non-Sulphating? Questions Asked and Answered
1909
Geiszler Bros. Storage Battery Co., 514-20 West 57th St., New York City
6 p.; illustrations [Continental Printing & P. C. Co., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 16
Jackson 1909 Motor Cars
1909
Models: Model “E” 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model “E” 4-cylinder 29 H.P. Tourabout [$2000]; Model “H” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car; Model “C” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model “K” 2-cylinder 15-18 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$950]; Model “F” 2-cylinder 15-18 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$850]
Jackson Automobile Co., Jackson, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [The Acorn Press (High Grade Printing) R. A. Moote, Jackson, Michigan] (pages 13-14 removed)
3-TOP p.v. 42, No. 17 (This catalog is inserted before No. 12 in the pamphlet volume)
Jewel Motor Cars
1909
Models: Model G Jewel 40 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model H Jewel 40 4-cylinder Limousine [$4000]; Model M Jewel 40 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Close-Coupled Body [$3000]; Model K Jewell 40 4-cylinder Roadster [$3000]; The Jewell-Keeton 4-cylinder 24-30 H.P. Landaulet or Brougham [$3500]
The Jewel Motor Car Co., Massillion, Ohio – 1662 Broadway, New York New York
32 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]

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3 TOP p.v. 43 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues K – P 1909

3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 1
The Kissel Kar Catalogue – Containing illustrations and descriptions of all the 1909 Models
1909
Models: Model D-9 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; D-9 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$3,200]; E-9 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$2,000]; E-9 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Coupe [$2,300]; E-9 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$2,200]; G-9 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; G-9 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Limousine [$4,200]; G-9 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Roadster [$2,750]; G-9 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Coupe [$3,250]; G-9 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$2,750]; G-9 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Semi-Racer [$3,000]; G-9 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; LD-9 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,500]; LD-9 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1,500]; LD-9 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Coupe [$1,800]; LD-9 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,350]
The Kissel Motor Car Company, Hartford, Wisconsin
31 p.; illustrations [Printed by The Cramer-Krasselt Co., Milwaukee]
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 2
Knox Pleasure Cars
1909
Models: Knox Raceabout Model “O” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. [$2950]; Model “O” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model “O” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Tonneauette [$2950]; Model “O” 4-cylinder 38 H.P.Four-Passenger Double Rumble Sportabout [$2950]; Model “O” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Three-Passenger Single Rumble Sportabout [$2850]; Model “O” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Limousine [$3750]; Model “O” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Landaulet [$3750]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Three-Passenger Sportabout [$4700]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine {$6000]; Model “H” 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model “H” 30 H.P. Stanhope [$2500]; Model “H” 30 H.P. Town Car, or Taxicab [$3000]; Model “H” 30 H.P. Limousine [$3500]; Knox 5-Ton Truck
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts
64 p.; illustrations [The F. A. Bassette Company, Printers, Springfield, Mass.]
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 3
Knox Commercial Cars
1909
Models: Model 20 ¾ Ton [Chassis $1,400]; Model 20 1,500 Lb. Panel Top Delivery [$1,700]; D-7 1¼ Ton [$2,200]; D-6 1½ Ton [$2,800]; Model 14 2 Ton [$3,500]; Model 15 3 Ton [$4,050]; Model 18 5 Ton [$4,650]; Model 17 4 and 5 Ton [$4,000]
Knox Automobile Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
32 p.; illustrations [The F. A. Bassette Company, Printers, Springfield, Mass.]
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 4
The Marmon – “The Easiest Riding Car in the World”
1909
Models: Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,400]; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder Two to Four-Passenger Suburban [$2,400; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder Coupe [$3,000]; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2,400]; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder Limousine [$3,400]; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder Landaulet [$3,500]
Nordyke & Marmon Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 5
Matheson: Price List of Parts
1908-1909
Models: Model “E” 50 H.P. 1908-1909
Matheson Automobile Co., 1886-1888 Broadway, New York, New York
36 p.
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 6 / 7
Maxwell
1909
Models: Model A 2-cylinder 10 H.P. Maxwell Junior [$500]; Model L D 2-cylinder 14 H.P. Runabout [$825]; Model H D 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,450]; Model Dr. 2-cylinder 20 H.P. [Physician’s Car] [$1,350]; Model D A 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,750]; Model K A 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$1,750]; Model O D 2-cylinder 20 H.P [Delivery Truck] [$1,400]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York – 317 West 59th Street, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [The W. F. Powers Co., Ferry & Cliff Sts., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 8
Maxwell
1909
Models: Model A 2-cylinder 10 H.P. Runabout [$550]; Model A 2-cylinder 10 H.P. Maxwell Junior Runabout [$500]; Model HD 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,450]; Model Dr. 2-cylinder 20 H.P. [Physician’s Car] [$1,350]; Model DA 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,750]; Model KA 4-cylinder 30 H.O. Roadster [$1,750]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York
14 p. & letter; illustrations [Van Tassel-Odell Press, Tarrytown, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 9
Maxwell
1909
Models: Model A 2-cylinder 10 H.P. Maxwell Junior Runabout [$500]; Model L D 2-cylinder 14 H.P. Runabout [$825]; Model H D Touring Car [$1,450]; Model Dr. 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Physicain’s Car [$1,350]; Model D A 4-cylinder 30 H.P.Touring Car [$1,750]; Model K A 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two to Four-Passenger Roadster [$1,750]; Model O D 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Delivery Wagon [$1,400]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 10
Oldsmobile: Repair Parts Catalogue
1909
Model: Model “D”
[Oldsmobile]
74 p. & insert; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 11
Overland
1909
Models: Model 30 4-cylinder Roadster [$1,250]; Model 30 4-cylinder Double Bucket Roadster [$1,300]; Model 31 4-cylinder Tourist [$1,400]; Model 32 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$1,500]; Willys-Six Model 34 45 H.P. Double Bucket Roadster [$2,000]; Willys-Six Model 34 45 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2,000]; Model 30 4-cylinder Coupe [$1,650 – price includes Roadster body]; Model 31 4-cylinder Taxicab [$1,750]; Overland Mail Wagons
Overland Automobile Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
32 p.; illustrations [The Scott-Miller Company, Designers Engravers Printers Binders, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 43, No. 12
Pennsylvania
1909
Models: Type “D 25” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2500]; Type “D 25” 4-cylinder Baby Tonneau [$2100]; Type “D 25” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2100]; Type “C 50” 4-cylinder Baby Tonneau [$3000]; Type “C 50” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$3000]; Type “E 50” Seven Passenger Touring Car [$3800]; Type “F Six” Baby Tonneau [$4500] – for 1910: Type “B 50” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Type “B 50” 4-cylinder Close Coupled Roadster [$3,500]; Type “D Six” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,800]; Type “D Six” Five-Passenger Close Coupled Roadster [$3,800]
Pennsylvania Auto Motor Co., Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
24 p.; illustrations [Press of Chilton Printing Company, Philadelphia]

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3-TOP p.v. 44 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues R – W 1909

3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 1
Rapid Motor Vehicle Company – The Man from Missouri: Being the story of the experiences of a well known business man with a motor truck, and told by him to his brother doubters in a series of original letters wherein he prefers the cognomen of Colonel Will. U Shome, The Man from Missouri
1909
The Rapid Motor Vehicle Co., Pontiac, Michigan
30 p., illustrations [Planned and written by W. A. Somerville, Designed, engraved and printed by Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 2
Rapid Motor Vehicle Company – The Rapid Way of Making Money: Not a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme, but a Good Business Proposition
1909
Models: Twelve-Passenger Pullman
The Rapid Motor Vehicle Co., Pontiac, Michigan
47 p.; illustrations [Cargill, Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 3
Rauch & Lang – Electric Carriages
1909
Models: Stanhope on Model 10 Chassis [$1,900]; Coupe on Model 10 Chassis [$2,200]; Stanhope with Folding Front Seat on Model 12 Chassis [$2,100]; Extension Coupe on Model 12 Chassis [$2,500]; Victoria with Front Seat on Model 13 Chassis [$2,200]; Four-Passenger Extension Coupe on Model 14 Chassis [$2,700]; Stanhope on Model 124 Chassis [$2,250]; Stanhope with Folding Front Seat on Model 124 Chassis [$2,300]; Coupe on Model 124 Chassis [$2,550]; Extension Coupe on Model 124 Chassis [$2,600]; Victoria with Front Seat on Model 144 Chassis [$2,350]; Four-Passenger Extension Coupe on Model 144 Chassis [$2,700]; Extension Top Surry on Model 16 Chassis [$3,000]; Brougham on Model 16 Chassis [$3,800]; Landaulette on Model 16 Chassis [$4,000]; Six-Passenger Brougham on Model 18 Chassis [$4,000]; Six-Passenger Landaulette on Model 18 Chassis [$4,200]
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Co., Cleveland, Ohio – Factory: 2180 West 25th St.
47 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Printers Designers Engravers, Cleveland, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 4
REO: Parts Price List
1909
Models: Model “D” Touring Car; Model “G” Runabout; Model “H” Gentleman’s Roadster
REO Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan
43 p. [Ripley & Gray, Printers, Lansing, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 5
Stevens Duryea – Model X
1909
Models: Model X 4-Cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]
Stevens-Duryea Co., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
31 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 6
Stevens-Duryea: Price List of Parts – First Edition – Effective March 15th, 1909
1909
Models: Model X; Model XXX
Stevens-Duryea Co., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
64 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 7
Stevens-Duryea Gasoline Automobiles
1909
Models: Model XXX 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$2900]; Model Y 6-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; Model XXX 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$2850]; Model X 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model U Light Six 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]
Stevens-Duryea Co., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
31 p.; illustrations [Press of Loring-Axtell Company, Springfield, Mass.]
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 8
Studebaker Convertible Electric
1909
Models: Model 22-G Convertible Electric
Studebaker Automobile Company, South Bend, Indiana
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 9
Studebaker: Electric Pleasure Vehicles
1909
Models: Model 22a Electric Runabout; Model 22c Electric Stanhope Phaeton; Model 22f Electric Coupe; Model 13a Electric Suburban Stanhope; Model 17b Landaulet; Model 17b Coupe; Model 17b Phaeton
Studebaker Automobile Company, South Bend, Indiana – Broadway and 48th Street, New York, New York
12 p.; illustrations [Howe Printing Co., South Bend, Indiana]
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 10
Studebaker
1909
Models: Model 22a Electric Runabout; Model 22c Electric Stanhope Phaeton; Model 22f Electric Coupe; Model 13a Electric Suburban Stanhope; Model 17b Landaulet; Model 17b Coupe; Model 17b Phaeton
Studebaker Automobile Company, South Bend, Indiana – Broadway and 48th Street, New York, New York
10 p.; illustrations [Howe Printing Co., South Bend, Indiana]
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 11
White Bulletin Number 16, October 1909 [See also NYPL Catalog]
1909
Models: White Town Cars [$3,800]
The White Company, 842 East 79th Street, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 62nd St., New York, New York
28 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 44, No. 12
Winton Six – Goes the route like coasting down hill
1909
Models: Winton Six 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Runabout [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Limousine [$4250]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Landaulette [$4500]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Chassis [$2750]; Winton Six 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]
The Winton Motor Carriage Co., Berea Road, at Madison Avenue and the L.S. & M.S. Railway, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway and 70th St., New York, New York
47 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Printers Designers Engravers, Cleveland, Ohio]

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3-TOP p.v. 45 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – W 1909

3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 1
Buick – Specifications Model F
1909
Models: Model “F” 22 H.P. Five-Passenger Side Entrance Tonneau [$1,250]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
3 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 2
Buick – Specifications Model G
1909
Models: Model “G” 22 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout Singel Rumble [$1,250]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
3 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 3
Buick – Specifications Model 10
1909
Models: Model “10” 4-cylinder 18 H.P. with Detachable Rumble [$1,000]; Model “10” 4-cylinder 18 H.P. with Tourabout Seat [$1,050]; Model “10” 4-cylinder 18 H.P. with Detachable Surrey Seat [$1,050]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
6 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 4
Buick – Specifications Model 16
1909
Models: Model “16” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1,750]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
4 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 5
Buick – Specifications Model 17
1909
Models: Model “17” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,750]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
3 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 6
C. G. V. Automobiles – Charron Limited
1909
Models: 2-cylinder 8-10 H.P. Private Taxicab [$2,750]; 4-cylinder 12-15 H.P. Private Taxicab [$3,300]; Runabout [$5,250]; 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. Runabout [$3,950]; 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Runabout [$5,250]; 2-cylinder 8-10 H.P. Light Runabout [$2,500]; 4-cylinder 12-15 H.P. Light Runabout [$3,000]; 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Landaulet Limousine [$5,500]; 4-cylinder 30-40 H.P. Landaulet Limousine [$6,500]; 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Touring Car [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 30-40 H.P. Touring Car [$5,500]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Touring Car [$6,500]; 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Limousine [$6,000]; 4-cylinder 30-40 H.P. Limousine [$6,500]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Limousine [$7,500]; 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. Landaulet [Chassis $3,250]; 4-cylinder 30-40 H.P. Demi-Limousine [$6,000]; 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. Limousine [$4,500]; 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. Delivery Wagon [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 12-15 H.P. Delivery Wagon [$2,800]; 4-cylinder 75-90 H.P. Chassis [$6500, with $7,500 crossed out]; 4-cylinder 90-100 H.P. Chassis [$10,000]
C. G. V. Import Company, 1849 Broadway, New York, New York – Representing: The Charron Limited, successors to Charron, Girardot, Voiture
34 p.; illustrations [L. D. Udell, 82-86 Bleeker St., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 7
Columbus Electric – Would you say these things over your signature if they weren’t true? – Safe, Simple, Economical, Comfortable, Useful, Always Ready
1909
The Columbus Buggy Company, Columbus, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 8
Corbin – The Full Jeweled Corbin
1909
Models: Model K2 Water Cooled 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model R2 Air Cooled 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model O2 Water Cooled Two, Three or Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$2650]; Model S2 Air Cooled Two, Three or Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$2650]; Model O2 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [Runabout] [ $2500]; Model S2 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [Runabout] [$2650]; Model No. 14 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3500]; Model No. 14 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Town Car [$3600]; Model No. 14 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$3650]
The Corbin Motor Vehicle Company, New Britain, Connecticut – New York Salesrooms, 1888 Broadway
16 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Brewer Press]

3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 9
Dixie Automobiles
1909
Models: 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Three or Four-Passenger Roadster “Dixie Flyer” [$1,500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car “The Dixie Tourist” [$1,500]
Southern Motor Car Factory, 1212 to 1218 Texas Avenue, Houston, Texas
15 p.; illustrations [Standard Ptg. & Litho. Co., Houston]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 9a
Frontenac
1909
Models: Frontenac 5 Ton Truck
Abendroth & Root Manufacturing Co., Sales Office 1621 Broadway (Near 50th St.), New York [50 Church St. crossed out] – Works: Newburgh, New York
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 9b
Frontenac
1909
Models: Frontenac Touring Car [$3,500]
Abendroth & Root Manufacturing Co., Sales Office 1621 Broadway, New York – Works: Newburgh, New York
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 10
Ford: Price List of Parts – Prices in effect February 1, 1909
1909
Models: Model N; Model R Runabout; Model S Runabout; S Roadster
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
28 p.; illustrations [Wm Graham Printing Company, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 11
Ford: Price List of Parts – Prices in effect August 1, 1909 – includes Instructions for Care of Ford Runabouts, Modesl N-R-S and S Roadster
1909
Models: Model N; Model R Runabout; Model S Runabout; S Roadster
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
51 p.; illustrations [Wm Graham Printing Company, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 12
Franklin – Tops for Franklin Automobiles
1909
Models: Model H; Model G; Model D; Double-rumble-seat Runabout; Single-rumble-seat Runabout
H. H. Franklin Manufacturing Company, Syracuse, New York
12 p.; illustrations [The Mason-Henry Press, Syracuse, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 13
Frontenac Touring Cars and Runabouts
1909
Models: 4-cylinder 40-45 H. P. Frontenac Type “D” Three-Passenger Runabout [$3500 – $4,000 crossed out]; 4-cylinder 40-45 H. P. Frontenac Type “C” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500 – $4,000 crossed out]; 4-cylinder 40-45 H. P. Frontenac Type “E” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4500 – $5,000 crossed out]
Abendroth & Root Manufacturing Co., Newburgh-on-the-Hudson, New York
14 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 14
The Jenkins Motor Cars for 1909
1909
Models: 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Touring Car [$2750]
The Jenkins Motor Car Co., Rochester, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 15
Marmon – The Marmon Roadster – Catalogue No. 830-B – “A Mechanical Masterpiece” – The Easiest Riding Car in the World
1909
Models: Model H Roadster [$3,500]
Nordyke & Marmon Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 16
Palmer & Singer – The Catalogs of the Palmer & Singer Manufacturing Company – Licensed under Selden Patent
1909
Models: Model XXXI 4-cylinder 28-30 H.P. Skimabout with Rumble [$2,250]; Model XXXII 4-cylinder 28-30 H.P.Surrey or Toy Tonneau [$2,500]; Model LXI 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Rumble [$3,100]; Model LXI 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3,300]; Model LXII 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3,500]; Model XXXIIB 4-cylinder 28-30 H.P. Landaulette [$3,500]; Model XXXIIC 4-cylinder 28-30 H.P. Limousein [$3,650]; Model XL 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car [$4,000]; Model XLA 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$5,000]
Palmer & Singer Mfg. Co., 1620-22-24 Broadway, New York, New York
17 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 17
Panhard & Levassor
1909
Models: 2-cylinder 8-11 H.P. Chassis [$1,850]; 4-cylinder 10-15 H.P. Chassis [$3,000]; 4-cylinder 15-20 Shaft Drive Chassis [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. Chain Drive Chassis [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 18-30 Chain Drive Chassis [$4,050]; 4-cylinder 18-30 H.P. Shaft Drive Chassis [$4,100]; 4-cylinder 25-35 H.P. Chassis [$4,500]; 4-cylinder 30-40 H.P. Chassis [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 35-45 H.P. Chassis [$5,400]; 4-cylinder 50-65 H.P. Chassis [$7,500]; 6-cylinder 65-80 H.P. Chassis [$8,700]; Light Chassis for Commerical Vehicles, One Metric Ton [$2,850 – $3,150]; Light Chassis for Omnibuses, One Metric Ton [$2,850 – $3,150]; Commercial Vehicles and Trucks – Heavy Type, Two Metric Tons [$2,850 – $3,420] Extra Length Platform Chassis, Two Metric Tons [$3,000 to $3,300]; Extra Length Platform Chassis, Three Metric Tons [$3,900] — Bodies: Small Landaulet or Town Car; Landaulet; Limousine; Double Phaeton – King of Spain; Double Phaeton; Light Double Phaeton
Société Anonyme Des Anciens Etablissements Panhard & Levassor, 19 Avenue d’Ivry, Parsi, France – American Branch: 1881-1885 Broadway (N.W. Corner 62nd St.), New York, New York
22 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 18
J. M. Quimby & Company – Builders of Aluminum Automobile Bodies
1909
Models: 3 Passenger Runabout; Runabout; 4 Passenger Runabout; 5 Passenger Convex Body; 5 Passenger Touring Body; 7 Passenger Touring Body; K.B. Body with Touring Top; Demi Limousine Top; Small Brougham; Tuxedo Limousine; Coupé Limousein; Coupé Landaulet; Limousine Body; Limousine; All Glass “Berline” Limousine; Extension Front Limousine; Landaulet Limousine; Limousine Landaulet; Landaulet; Runabout; Demi-Limousine
J. M. Quimby & Company, 21-39 Division Street, Newark, New Jersey
30 p.; illustrations [Baker Printing Company, Newark, New Jersey]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 19
The Royal Tourist – 1909 Announcement with a Descripton of the New Model “M” – The Test of Service is All we Demand
1909
Models: Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Touring Car [$4,500]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Close Coupled Car [$4,500]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Roadster [$4,500]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Limousine [$5,700]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Landaulet [$5,900]
The Royal Tourist Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 20
Speedwell
1909
Models: Model 9-D 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model 9-D 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model 9-C 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Two to Four-Passenger Roadster [$2,500]; Model 9-C 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$2500]; Model 9-E Model 9-C 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Limousine [$3,500]
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio – Eastern Branch: 2002 Broadway, New York
16 p.; illustrations [UB, Dayton]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 21
Sultan – Sultan Town Cars; Sultan Taxameter Cars
1909
Models: 4-cylinder Five to Six-Passenger Town Car; 4-cylinder Five to Six-Passenger Town Car with Extension Top; 4-cylinder Five to Six-Passenger Landaulet Town Car; 4-cylinder Taxameter Cab
Sultan Motor Company, 249-251 West 64th Street, New York, New York [stamped: New York Office 1659 Broadway] – Works: Springfield, Massachusetts
9 p.; illustrations [The Frank Presbrey Company, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 45, No. 22
Winton Motor Cars
1909
Models: Six-Teen-Six Seven-Passenger Town Car [$4,500]; Six-Teen-Six Runabout [$4,500]; Six-Teen-Six Limousine [$5,500]; Six-Teen-Six Landaulet [$5,750]; Six-Teen-Six Chassis [$4,200]
The Winton Motor Carriage Co., Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway and 70th Street, New York, New York
19 p.; illustrations [Corday & Gross, Anti-Waste Basket Printers, Cleveland]

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3-TOP p.v. 46 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – T 1909

3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 1
Benz Motor Cars – No. 164a – May 1909
1909
Models: Small 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Benz Car; 18 H.P. Double Phaeton with canvas Cape Cart Hood; 18 H.P. Small Landaulette; 18 H.P. Taximeter Cab; 18 H.P. Small Limousine; 40 H.P. Double Phaeton with Leather Cape Cart Hood; 40 H.P. Limousine; 40 H.P. Double Phaeton with removable Limousine Top; 40 H.P. Landaulette; 150 H.P. Benz Racing Car; 4-cylinder 28 H.P.; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Chain-Drive; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Live Axle; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Chain drive; Motor Lorries and Omnibuses; Marine Motors; Gas Engines
Benz & Cie, Rheinische Gasmotoren-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft, Mannheim
39 p., illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 1a
Benz Motor Cars — The Car of Emperors, The Emperor of Cars
1909
Models: 4-cylinder 18-22 H.P. [Chassis $3,500]; 4-cylinder 28-35 H.P. [Chassis $5,250]; 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. [Chassis $6,250]; 4-cylinder 60-65 H.P. [Chassis $8,500]
Benz Auto Import Co. of America (Inc.), Temporary Offices and Showroosm: 1597-1599-1601 Broadway (Between 48th and 49th Streets), New York, New York
12 p. foldout
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 2
Buick Motor Cars: Parts Price List
1909
Models: Model 17-16
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
66 p.

3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 3
The Courier Car
1909
Models: Courier Model 10-A-3 4-cylinder 22.5 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1200]; “Courier” Model 10-A-1 4-cylinder 22.5 H.P. Two-Passenger [$1050]; “Courier” Model 10-A-2 4-cylinder 22.5 H.P. Three-Passenger [$1075]
The Courier Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
12 p. foldout; illustrations [Executed by “The Western”, Dayton, Ohio]

3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 3a
Courier
1909
Models: “Courier” Model 10-A-1 4-cylinder Runabout [$1050]
The Courier Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 4
Ford Motor Company: Price List of Parts and Instruction Book – In effect June 1, 1909
1909
Models: Model T – Touring Car; Town Car; Landaulet; Roadster; Coupe
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – 1721 Broadway, New York, New York
28 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 5
Matheson – Instruction Book
1909
Models: Six-Cylinder Car
Matheson Automobile Co., 1886-1888 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
34 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 6
Mitchell – The Show Me Car – Catalogue Number Nineteen – The car you ought to have at the price you ought to pay
1909
Models: Mitchell “20” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger [$1,000]; Mitchell “30” Five-Passenger Detachable Tonneau [$1,500]; Mitchell “40” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]
Mitchell Motor Car Company, Racine, Wisconsin
31 p.; illustrations [Osgood Company, Printers, Engravers, Milwaukee, Chicago]
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 7
Moline -The Car for Anywhere
1909
Models: Model “K” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]
The Moline Automobile C;, East Moline, Illinois
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 8
Oldsmobile
1909
Models: Model “D” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Palace Touring Car [$2750]; Model “D” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$3800]; Model “D” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet [$4000]; Model “D” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2750]; Model “DR” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two, three or Four-Passenger The Flying Roadster [$2750]; Model “DR” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Coupe (Inside Drive) [$3500]; Model “DR” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Detachable Toy Tonneau [$2750]; Model “ZR” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Toy [$4600]; Model “Z” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Sir or Seven-Passenger Touring [$4500]; Model “Z” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Limousine [$5800]; Model “Z” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Two, Three or Four-Passenger Runabout [$4500]
Olds Motor Company
15 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 9
Packard “Eighteen” 1909 The Town Car – Buitl Entirely in the Packard Shop
1909
Models: “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Limousine; “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Runabout [$3,200]; “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Open Car [$3,200]; “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Landaulet; Standard Chassis [$2,900]; Runabout Chassis [$3,000]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Peninsular Press, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 10
Rambler: Price Parts List – Number Eleven
1909
Models: Model 44 Five-Passenger Touring Car; Model 44A Roadster; Model Forty-five Touring Car; Model Forty-five Four-Passenger Car
Thomas B. Jeffery & Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
42 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 11
Rambler: Price Parts List – Number Eight
1909
Models: Model 34 Five-Passenger Touring Car; Model 34A Roadster
Thomas B. Jeffery & Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
33 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 46, No. 12
Thomas
1909
Models: Model L – Thomas Flyer 6-40 Six-Passenger Limousine [$4,500]; Model L – Thomas Flyer 6-40 Six-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model L – Thomas Flyer Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3,000]; Model L Thomas Flyer Four-Passenger Flyabout [$3,000]; Model G – Thomas Town Car 4-16 Six-Passenger Landaulet [$3,000]; Model G – Thomas Town Car 4-16 Six-Passenger Brougham [$3,000]; Model G – Thomas Town Car 4-16 Four-Passenger Cabriolet [$3,000]; Model F – Thomas 4-60 Flyer Touring Car [$4,500]; Model F – Thomas 4-60 Flyer Tourabout [$4,500]; Model F – Thomas 4-60 Flyer Flyabout [$4,400]; Model F – Thomas 4-60 Flyer Limousine [$6,000]; Model F – Thomas 4-60 Flyer Landaulet [$6,000]; Model K – Thomas 6-70 Flyer Touring Car [$6,000]; Model K – Thomas 6-70 Flyer Flyabout [$6,000]; Model K – Thomas 6-70 Flyer Tourabout [$6,000]; Model K – Thomas 6-70 Flyer Limousine[$7,500]; Model K – Thomas 6-70 Flyer Landaulet [$7,500]
E. R. Thomas Motor Company, Buffalo, New York
22 p.; illustrations

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3 TOP p.v. 47 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – M 1909

3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 1
The American – A Car for the Descriminating Few – [Mascot “Oliver”]
1909
Models: 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Two or Three-Passenger Roadster [$3,750]; 4-cylinder 60-70 H.P. Two-Passenger Speedster [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Limousine [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Five-Passenger Tourist [$3,750]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Tourist [$4,000]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Two or four-Passenger Traveler [$4,000]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Close-Coupled Five-Passenger Wayfarer [$3,750]; 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Five-Passenger Toy Tonneau Gadabout [$3,750]
American Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
30 p.; illustrations [The Express Publishing & Printing Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 2
Auto Rebuilding Co. – ARCO
1909
Models: Ford Runabout -Model N, Model S, Model R
Auto Rebuilding Co., 1349 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
21 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 3
Atlas: Perfected Two-Cycle Motor Cars
1909
Models: 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$1400]; 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$1450]; 3-cylinder 30 H.P. Two or Four-Passenger Runabout [$1900]; 3-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger (inside) Town Car [$2500]; 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger (inside) Taxicab [$2350]; Delivery Wagon [[$1900]; 6-cylinder Runabout [$2475]; 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Light Weight Delivery Wagon [$1900]; 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Doctors’ Special Runabout [$1250]
Atlas Motor Car Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
28 p.; illustrations [The F. A. Bassette Company, Printers, Springfield, Mass.]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 4
Babcock Electrics – “When you build right, it is right and works right”
1909
Models: Model 5 Runabout [$1,600]; Model 6 Victoria Phaeton [$1,800]; Model 1 Special [$1,800]; Model 4 Stanhope [$2,250]; Model 9 Coupé [$2,500]; Model 10 Coupé [$2,200]; Model 11 Six-Passenger Town Car [$3,250]; Model 12 Roadster [$2,000]; Model 7 Seven-Passenger Brougham [$4,000]
Babcock Electric Carriage Co., Buffalo, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Hausauer-Jones Printing Co., Buffalo]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 5
Commercial Truck Company of America – Bulletin No. 2, September 1909
1909
Models: 1,000 Pound Electric Delivery Wagon; 500 Pound Wagon; 2,000 Pound Wagon
Commercial Truck Company of America, 27th and Brown Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 6
Commercial Truck Company of America – Bulletin No. 4, December 1909
1909
Models: Two Ton Truck
Commercial Truck Company of America, 27th and Brown Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 7
Delaunay Belleville Motor Cars – Brewster & Co.
1909
Models: Brewster Brougham on 4-cylinder 10 H.P. Delaunay Belleville chassis; Brewster Landaulet on 15 H.P. H.P. Delaunay Belleville chassis; Brewster Limousine on 25 H.P. Delaunay Belleville chassis; Brewster Seven-passenger Touring-car on 40 H.P. Delaunay Belleville chassis; Brewster Demi-limousine on 40 H.P. Delaunay Belleville chassis — Shaft-driven chassis types: 4-cylinder 10 H.P. [$2800]; 6-cylinder 10 H.P. [$3250]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. [$3500]; 6-cylinder 15 H.P. [$4000]; 6-cylinder 25 H.P. [$5100] — Chain-drive chassis types: 4-cylinder 28 H.P. [$5000]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. [$6100]; 6-cylinder 40 H.P. [$7000]; 6-cylinder 770 H.P. [$10000]
Brewster & Co., New York
22 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 8
Firestone-Columbus – The Car Complete
1909
Models: Model 5002 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car
The Columbus Buggy Company, Columbus, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 9
Franklin – “over the roads through-out the seasons”
1909
Models: Model H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Runabout [$3600]; Model H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Touring Car [$3750]; Model H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Limousine [$5000]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Runabout [$2700]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Touring Car [$2800]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Landaulet [$4000]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Runabout with hamper [$1750]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Runabout with single or double rumble seat [$1850]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Touring Car [$2250]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Brougham, Landaulet [$2500]; Model K-2 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Town Car [$3000]
H H Franklin Manufacturing Co., Syracuse, New York
36 p.; illustrations [Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 10
The Making of a Modern Storage Battery, by Martin Geiszler, Jr. – Reprint from New England Automobile Journal, issue of November 8, 1908
1908
Geiszler Brother Storage Batteries, 516-522 West 57th Street, New York New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 11
Geiszler Bros. – The Original and Only Guaranteed Non-Sulphating Storage Battery, Unrservedly the best storage battery made
1909
Geiszler Bros., 514-520 West 57th Street, New York, New York
4 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 12
Haynes – Haynes Automobile Company, Oldest Automobile Company in America
1909
Models: Model X 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car [$3,000], Model X-1 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Runabout [$2,900]; Model X-2 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3,000]; Model X-4 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Hiker [$2,900]
Haynes Automobile Company, Kokomo, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Central Engraving Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 13
Herreshoff
1909
Models: 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Touring Car [$1500]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Runabout [$1500]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Tourabout [$1500]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Limousine [$2750]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Brougham [$2750]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Landaulet [$2750]
Harry S. Houpt Co., Broadway and Sixty-Eighth St., New York New York
20 p.; illustrations [Harry S. Haupt Co., New York – Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 14
Lorraine Dietrich Automobiles
1909
Models: 60 H.P. Racing-Type; 70 H.P. Double Phaeton-Landaulette; 30 H.P. Double Phaeton; 40 H.P. Travelling Car; 15 H.P. “Town Coupé”; 15 H.P. “Mylord”; 20 H.P. Laundaulette; 30 H.P. Limousine; Engines for Motor Boats — 2-cylinder 10 H.P.; 4-cylinder 15 H.P.; 6-cylinder 15 H.P.; 4-cylinder 20 H.P.; 4-cylinder 30 H.P.; 4-cylinder 40 H.P.; 4-cylinder 60 H.P.; 6-cylinder 70 H.P.
La Société Lorraine des anciens établissements de Diétrich et Cie de Lunéville, 12, Avenue de Madrid, Neuilly, France – New York: Lorraine Dietrich Import, 3 West 44th Street, New York, New York)
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 15
Matheson Motor Cars
1909
Models: 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$4,750] ; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$4,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$4,750]
Matheson Automobile Company, 1886-1888 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
32 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 47, No. 16
Matheson – Six-cylinder 1909 Matheson
1909
Models: “Six” 50 H.P. Runabout [$3,000]; “Six” 50 H.P. Tourabout [$3,000]; “Six” 50 H.P. Touring Car [$3,000]
Matheson Automobile Company, 1886-1888 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
8 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 48 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues P – S 1909

3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 1
Packard Truck – “Built entirely in the Packard shops”
1909
Models: Three-Ton Capacity [$3,850]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
16 p., illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Printers Designers Engravers, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 2
Peerless: Instruction and Parts Price Book – Instruction Book For the Guidance of Operators of the 1909 Models, Peerless Cars
1909
Models: Model 19; Model 25
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio
64 p.; illustrations [The Colonial Printing Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 3
Peerless Motor Cars
1909
Models: Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4475 with top $4475]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000 with top $6175]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Close Coupled Touring Car [$4300]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$4300]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$5500]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$5800]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster [$6000]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Limousine [$7000]; Model 25 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Landaulet [$7300]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy & 93rd Street, Cleveland, Ohio – 220 West 41st Street, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 4
Premier – “The Quality Car”
1909
Models: “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; “30” 4-cylinder Two or Four-Passenger Roadster [$2,500]; “45” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; “45” 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Roadster [$3500]; “30” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Limousine [$3,500]
Premier Motor Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
14 p.; illustrations [The Scott-Miller Company, Designers Engravers Printers Binders, Indianapolis
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 5
Rambler Automobiles – Catalog Number Sixteen
1909
Models: Model Forty-Four 4-cylinder 34 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]; Model Forty-Four 4-cylinder 34 H.P. Two, Three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$2,250]; Model Forty-Five 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model Forty-Five 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Car [$2,500]; Model Forty-Five 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Limousine [$3,500]; Model Forty-One 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Touring Car [$1,350]; Model Forty-seven 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Runabout [$1,150]
Thomas B. Jeffery & Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin – 38-40 W. 62nd Street, New York, New York
35 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Catalog Makers, Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 6
Rambler – The New Rambler Automobiles – Catalog Number Seventeen
1910
Models: Rambler Fifty-five 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3,750]; Rambler Fifty-five 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Rambler Fifty-four 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]; Rambler Fifty-four 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Four-Passenger Close Coupled Car [$2,250]; Rambler Fifty-three 4-cylinder 34 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,800]
Thomas B. Jeffery & Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
28 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company,Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 7
Renault Frères
1909
Models: 50-60 H.P. [Chassis $7,500; Runabout $8,000; Touring Car $8,500; Limousine or Landaulet $9,000]; 35-45 H.P. [Chassis $6,000; Runabout $6,500; Touring Car $7,000; Limousine or Landaulet $7,500]; 20-30 H.P. [Chassis $5,000; Runabout $5,500; Touring Car $6,000; Limousine or Landaulet $6,500; Town Car $6,000]; 14-20 H.P. [Chassis $4,000; Runabout $4,500; Touring Car $4,750; Limousine or Landaulet $5,500; Town Car $5,000]; 12-16 H.P. [Chassis $3,250; Runabout $3,750; Touring Car $4,000; Limousine or Landaulet $4,750; Town Car $4,250]; 4 addl. model details here
Renault Frères, Broadway and 57th Street, New York, New York – Repair Works and Garage: 214-216 West 65th Street, New York, New York
31 p.; illustrations [Gotham Press, 129-131 West 31st Street, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 8
The Selden Car – The Silent Selden – 9 Teen 9
1909
Models: Model 29 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Touring Car [$2000]; Model 29 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Roadster, Double Rumble [$2000]; Model 29 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Limousine [$3000]; Model 29 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Roadster, Single Rumble [$2000]; Model 29 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2000]
Selden Motor Vehicle Co., Rochester, New York
27 p.; illustrations [Morrison Press, Rochester, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 48, No. 9
Stoddard-Dayton
1909
Models: Model 9F 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Cape Top Five or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2500 – $2625 including top]; Model 9F 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$3500]; Model 9A 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Cape Top Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000 – $2110 including top]; Model 9FA 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Brougham [$3500] [“The most pretentious town car ever put on the market.]; Model 9A 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Victoria [$2500]; Model 9K 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Roadster [$2500 – $2510 with single rumble seat]; Model 9K 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Double Undivided Rear Seat [$2535]; Model 9K 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Detachable Tonneau [$2575]; Model 9K 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Detachable Tonneau and Cape Top [$2700]; Model 9C 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Roadster [$2000]; Model 9C 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Single Rumble Seat Roadster [$2025]; Model 9C 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Double Divide Rear Seat/Undivide Rear Seat [$2050]; Model 9C 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Roadster [$2105]; Model 9C 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Detachable Tonneau Roadster [$2075]; Model 9H 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Runabout [$1500 – $1525 with single rumble seat]; Model 9H 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Runabout with Detachable Tonneay [$1575]; Model 9H 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Coupe [$2000]
The Dayton Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by “The Western”, Dayton, Ohio]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 49 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – S 1909

3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 1
American Locomotive Company – ALCO Gasolene Motor Cars
1909
Models: 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Runabout [$5,000]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Limousine [$6,500]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Landaulet [$6,500]; 4-cylinder, 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; 4-cylinder, 40 H.P. Runabout [$5,000]; 4-cylinder, 40 H.P. Limousine [$5,500]; 4-cylinder, 40 H.P. Landaulet, $5,500]; 4-cylinder, 22 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,500]; 4-cylinder, 22 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine (Town Car) [$4,500]; 4-cylinder, 22 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$4,000]
American Locomotive Company, 1886 Broadway, New York, New York – 1201 Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois
24 p.; illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York, Pittsburgh, Cleveland]

3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 2
The Automobile – Vol. XX, No. 2, January 14, 1909 – Special Show Issue – Madison Square Garden, New York
See: The Automobile
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 3
Isotta Fraschini
1909
Models: 10/14 H.P. 4-cylinder Voiturette [$2,700]
Isotta Fraschini, Milan, Italy – Isotta Import Co., 1620-1624 Broadway, New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 4
Locomobile – The Locomobile Book, Eleventh Annual Edition – Gasolene Cars
1909
Models: Model “30” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Runabout [$3500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$3500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passnger Limousine [$4700]; Model “30” 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Landaulet [$4800]; Model “40” 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Pasenger Touring Car [$4500]; Model “40” 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Runabout [$4500]; Model “40” 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$4500]; Model “40” 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$5900]; Model “40” 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Landaulet [$6000]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut – Broadway, Cor. 76th St., New York, New York
48 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 5
The Marmon
1909
Models: Marmon 50 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,750]; Marmon 50 4-cylinder 50-60 H.P. Four-Passenger Close Coupled Tourist [$3,750]; Marmon 45 4-cylinder 40-45 H.P. Two to Four-Passenger Roadster [$3,500]; Marmon 32 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Two to Five-Passenger Car [$2,400]
Nordyke & Marmon, Indianapolis, Indiana
6 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 6
Pierce-Arrow — Includes insert: Advance Information, Body Types and General Specifications of Pierce-Arrow Cars for the Season of 1910
1909
Models: 24 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $2750]; 24 H.P. 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$3050]; 24 H.P. 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Runabout [$3100]; 24 H.P. 4-cylinderFour-Passenger Touring Car [$3150]; 24 H.P. 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Brougham [$3900]; 24 H.P. 4-cylinderFive-Passenger Landaulet [$3950]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $3400]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$3700]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Runabout [$3750]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Touring Car [$3700]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Touring Car [$3750]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$3800]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Brougham [$4550]; 36 H.P. 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Landaulet [$4600]; 40 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $3550]; 40 H.P. 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; 40 H.P. 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Touring Car [$4050]; 40 H.P. 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4100]; 40 H.P. 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4300]; 40 H.P. 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Suburban [$5400]; 40 H.P. 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landau [$5500]; 48 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $4250]; 48 H.P. 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Touring Car [$4700]; 48 H.P. 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Touring Car [$4750]; 48 H.P. 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$4800]; 48 H.P. 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; 48 H.P. 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Suburban [$6100]; 48 H.P. 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landau [$6200]; 60 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $5250]; 60 H.P. 6-cylinder Two-Passenger Touring Car [$5700]; 60 H.P. 6-cylinder Three-Passenger Touring Car [$5750]; 60 H.P. 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$5800]; 60 H.P. 6-cylinder Seven-passenger Touring Car [$6000]; 60 H.P. 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Suburban [$7100]; 60 H.P. 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landau [$7200]
The George N. Pierce Company, Buffalo, New York
32 p. & 4 p. insert; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 7
The Pope-Hartford
1909
Models: Model S 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car [$2,750]; Model S 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Pony Tonneau [$2,750]; Model S 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$2,750]; Model S 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet [$3,750]; Model S 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$3,7500]; Police Patrol and Emergency Ambulance [$4,000]; Motor Ambulance [$4,500]
The Pope Manufactruing Company, Hartford, Connecticut
24 p.; illustrations [R. B Peck & Co., Hartford, Conn.]
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 8
Rapid – The Rapid Bulletin, Vol I, No. 1
1909
Models: 12, 16 and 20-Passenger Pullman Sight-Seeing Cars
The Rapid Motor Vehicle Company, Pontiac, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 9
Renault: Instructions for the Lubrication and Maintenance of the Renault Cars
1909
Models:
Renault Frères Selling Branch, Inc., 1776 Broadway, New York, New York
22 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 49, No. 10
Stoddard-Dayton – Monthly Chat, Volume I, Number 4, August 1909 – 1910 Announcement
1910
Models: Model 10-F 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,800]; Model 10-K 50 H.P. Roadster [$2,650]; Model 10-K 50 H.P. Touring Roadster [$2,750]; Model 10-F 50 H.P. Limousine [$3,800]; Model 10-F 50 H.P. Landaulet [$3,800]; Model 10-A 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,100]; Model 10-C 40 H.P. Touring Roadster [$2,060]; Model 10-C 40 H.P. Roadster [$2,000]; Model 10-C-5 40 H.P. Touring Roadster [$2,100]; Model 10-H 30 H.P. Coupe [$2,100]; Model 10-T 30 H.P. Town Car [$2,800]; Model 10-T 30 H.P. Limousine [$2,800]; Model 10-T 30 H.P. Landaulet [$2,800]; Model 10-B 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,600]; Model 10-H 30 H.P. Roadster [$1,500]; Model 10-S 60 H.P. Speedster [$3,250]
The Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 50 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – F 1910

3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 1
ALCO – American Locomotive Company: Price List of Parts for 1910 Touring Cars – April 1st, 1910
1910
Models: Model No. 12 40 H.P 4-cylinder; Model No. 9 60 H.P. 6-cylinder
American Locomotive Company, Automobile Department, 1886 Broadway, New York, New York
45 p.; illustrations [J. C. & W. E. Powers Print, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 2
Babcock Electrics – “When You build right, it is right and works right.” — Includes 2 small format brochures
1910
Models: Model Five Runabout [$1,600]; Model Six Victoria [$1,800]; Model Ten ThreePassenger Coupe [$2,200]; Model Eleven Seven-Passenger Town Car [$3,250]; Model Twelve Roadster [$2,200]; Model Fourteen Four Passenger Coupe [$2,600]; Model One Special Stanhope [$1,400]
Babcock Electric Carriage Co., Buffalo, New York
26 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 3
Bailey Electric – 150 Miles on One Charge: The Bailey Electric Equipped with the Edison Battery
1910
Models: Victoria Phaeton [$2600]
S. R. Bailey & Co. Inc., Amesbury, Massachusetts
4 p.; illustrations – photo inserted
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 4
Buick – Specifications — Includes Brochures for Commerical Union Automobile Insurance with price list pasted on it
1910
Models: Model F 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]; Model 10 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Three-Passenger Single Rumble Runabout [$1,000]; Model 10 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Four-Pasenger Surrey [$1,050]; Model 10 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Four-Pasenger Toy Tonneau [$1,150]; Model 16 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1,750]; Model 17 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Five-Pasenger Touring Car [$1,750]; Model 17 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Limousine [$2,750]; Model 17 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Landaulet [$2,750]; Model 19 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,400]; Modle “7” 4-cylinder Limousine [$4,000]; Model “F” 2-cylinder Store Delivery Car [$1,600]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
15 p. & insert; illustrations [The Acorn Press, High Grade Printing, R. A. Moote, Jackson, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 5
Buick – Specifications [Duplicates 3-Top p.v. 50, No. 4 above]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 6
Buick: 1910 Parts Price List
1910
Models: Model 2-A
[Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan]
21 p. [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 7
Buick: 1908-09-10 Parts Price List
1910
Models: Model 10
[Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan]
42 p. [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 8
Buick: 1910 Parts Price List
1910
Models: Model 19
[Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan]
47 p. [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 9
The Chase Motor Wagon – Catalogue No. 4 – Solves the Delivery Problem
191F
Models: Model “D” [$1050]; Model “C” [$900]; Model “F” [$900]; Ten-Passenger Wagonette
Chase Motor Truck Company, Syracuse, New York – New York City Branch, 1876 Broadway, New York, New York
23 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 10
Cole 30: Price List of Parts – Effective March 1, 1910
1910
Models:
Cole Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
37 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 11
Columbia
1910
Models: Victoria-Phaeton, Mark 70, Lot 2 [$1600]
The Columbia Motor Car Company, Hartford, Connecticut
2 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 12
Columbia Motor Cars, Gasoline and Electric – Licensed under Selden Patent
1910
Models: Mark 48, Lot 4, 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Mark 47, Lot 4, 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$2750]; Mark 48, Lot 4, 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3850]; Mark 48, Lot 4, 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$3950]; Mark 70, Lot 2 Victoria-Phaeton [$1600]; Mark 68 Landaulet [$3500]; Mark 68 Brougham [$3500]
The Columbia Motor Car Company, Hartford, Connecticut
19 p.; illustrations [T. B. Simonds, Hartford, Connecticut]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 13
Firestone Columbus Motor Cars – “The Car Complete”
1910
Models: Model 6-B 4-cylinder 34-36 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car; Model 74-A 4-cylinder 24-26 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo Runabout; Model 62-A 4-cylinder 34-36 H.P. Six-Passenger Extension Front Limousine; Model 73-A 4-cylinder 24-26 H.P. Four-Passenger Intermediate Light Tonneau; Model 76-A 4-cylinder 24-26 H.P. Four-Passenger Intermediate Light Tonneau; Model 7-A 4-cylinder 20-22 H.P. Two-Passenger Gentlemen’s Roadster; Model 72-A 4-cylinder 20-22 H.P. Two-Passenger Coupé Runabout; Model 65-A 4-cylinder 34-36 H.P. Six-Passenger Extension Front Landaulet
The Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations [The Central Engraving Co., Catalog Builders, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 14
Columbus Electric – Columbus Red Book – In the Interest of the Car Supreme
1910
Models: Model 1000 Stanhope; Model 1001 Victoria Stanhope; Model 1002 Two-Passenger Coupe; Model 1200 Four-passenger Stanhope; Model 1202 Extension Coupe; Model 1010 Runabout
The Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations [The Central Engraving Co., Catalogue Builders, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 15
FIAT – Details of the Shaft-Driven Town Cars for the Season of 1910
1910
Models: Coupe-Brougham [$3500]; Coupe-Landaulet [$3500]
FIAT Automobile Company, 1784-1786 Broadway (Fifty-seventh and Fifty-eighth Streets), New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 16
Ford Times – Volume IV, No. 3 – Evidence that Ford Times are the Best Times [See also Catalog Record for Ford Times]
1910
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 50, No. 17
Ford Motor Cars – High priced quality in a low price car
1910
Models: Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$950]; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P.Four-Passenger Tourabout [$950]; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P.Three-Passenger Roadster [$900]; Model T Coupe [$1050]; Model T Town Car [$1200]
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
30 p.; illustrations [Peninsular Press, Detroit]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 51 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues G – PEN 1910

3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 1
Garford: Parts Price List
1910
Models: 40 H.P Chassis Type G-7
The Garford Company, Elyria, Ohio
24 p.
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 2
Grabowsky Power Wagon: Instruction Book with Catalogue of Parts
1910
Models:
Grabowsky Power Wagon Co., Detroit, Michigan
30 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 3
Haynes Year Book – A Booklet Illustrating and Describing This Seasnon’s Models of Haynes Cars and Explaining Their Various Points of Superiority Over Cars of Similar Types
1910
Models: Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Small Tonneau [$2,000]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Hiker [$2,000]; Model 19 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$2,000]
The Haynes Automobile Co., Kokomo, Indiana
32 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 4
Hewitt Trucks – A catalogue of two-ton, three-ton, finve-ton and ten-ton trucks with a careful analysis of haulage costs by Hewitt Trucks and by horses – “Pedals to Push – That’s All”
1910
Models: Five-Ton Truck [Chassis – $5,000]; Ten-Ton Truck [Chassis – $6,000]; Two-Ton Truck [Chassis – $3,000]; Three-Ton Truck [Chassis – $3,000]
The Hewitt Motor Company, 6-8-10 East 31st St., New York, New York
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 5
Hudson
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1150]; 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$1000]
Hudson Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
25 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 6
International Harvester – I.H.C.: Catalogue and Price List of Repair Parts used on I.H.C. Auto Buggies, Auto Wagons and Roadsters – Issued June 1st, 1910 — includes 8 p. insert covering specifications and prices
1910
Models: Model “F” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1,000]; 2-cylinder 14 H.P. Two-Passenger Auto Buggy [$840]; 2-cylinder 14 H.P. Auto Wagon [$775]
International Harvester Company of America, Chicago, Illinois – Factory: Akron, Ohio
74 p. & insert; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 7
Jackson Automobiles – “No Hill Too Steep, No Sand Too Deep” – Ninth Year
1910
Models: Model “50” 4-cylinder Seven-Pasenger Touring Car [$2,350]; Model “50” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Tourabout [$2,350]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,700]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1,700]; Model “H” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1,600]; Model “H” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1,600]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1,250]; Model “C” 2-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
8 p. foldout; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 8
Lozier: Catalog of Parts
1910
Models: Type H 45 H.P. Touring Car
The Lozier Motor Company, 56th Street and Broadway, New York, New York – Works at Plattsburg, New York
40 p.; illustrations [A. L. Rich, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 9
Diamond Tires – Little Voyages of Discovery Among Some of the Lozier Owners (Testimonial Letters)
1910
The Diamond Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 10
The Marmon – The Easiest Riding Car in the World – Booklet 1032
1910
Models: “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,650]; “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Four-Passenger Suburban (Close-Coupled) [$2,650]; “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2,650]
Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 11
“Maxwell” Model Q – A New Type of the Most Popular Make of American Utility Automobile
1910
Models: Model Q 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Standard [$850]; Model Q-1 4-cylinder 22 H.P. [$900]; Model Q-2 4-cylinder 22 H.P. [$950]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York
4 p.; illustrations [Van Tassel-Odell Press, Tarrytown, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 12
“Maxwell”
1910
Models: Model E 4-cylinder 30 H.P Touring Car [$1,500]; Model G 4-cylinder 30 H.P Roadster [$1,575]; Model G 4-cylinder 30 H.P Roadster, as Converted into a Touring Car; Model Q3 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Light Touring Car [$1,000]; Model Q2 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Four-Passenger [$950]; Model Q1 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Three-Passenger [$925]; Model Q 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Standard [$900]; Model Q 4-cylinder 22 H.P. “Sportsman” [$1,000]; Model AA 2-cylinder 12 H.P. Runabout [$600]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 13
The Middleby Car – Air-Cooled
1910
Models: 4-cylinder Runabout [$850]; 4-cylinder Combination Runabout and Surrey [$1000]; 4-cylinder Single Rumble [$1000]; 4-cylinder Double Rumble [$1100]; 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1250]; 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$1250]
Middleby Auto Company, Reading, Pennsylvania
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 14
The Middleby Car – Air-Cooled (almost identical to No. 13)
1910
Models: 4-cylinder Runabout [$850]; 4-cylinder Combination Runabout and Surrey [$1000]; 4-cylinder Single Rumble [$1000]; 4-cylinder Double Rumble [$1100]; 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1250]; 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$1250]
Middleby Auto Company, Reading, Pennsylvania
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 15
Mora Tourer / Mora Roadster – Racetype Tourer
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Roadster Racetype [$2300]; Model B 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Roadster – The Ideal Gentleman’s Car [$1800]; Model B 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Tourer – The Ideal Family Car [$2200]; Model B 4-cylinder 24 H.P. – converted to Surrey
Mora Motor Car Company, 317-320 Livinston Building, Rocheter (sic), New York – Works at Newark, New York – 52nd and Broadway, New York, New York
20 p.; illustrations – newspaper advertisment from Sunday Times, 4/12/10 pasted in – sale prices 35% to 40% off
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 16
Mora – Get A Mora, Good for Years – Light Four, Mechanically Right
1910
Models: Light Four Limousine [$3500]; Light Four Five-Passenger Tourer [$2500]; Light Four Four-Passenger Roadster [$2500]; Light Four Racetype [$2500]
Mora Company, Newark, New York – Broadway, Cor., 52nd St., New York, New York
28 p.; illustrations [Sheffield, Print. Rochester, New York] [back cover: H. J. Ormsbee Eng. Co., Syracuse, N.Y.]
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 17
Palmer-Singer Motor Cars – “Built in New York”
1910
Models: Model XXX 4-30 Runabout [$2150]; Model XXX 4-30 Single Rumble [$2250]; Model XXX 4-30 Toy Tonneau [$2500]; Model XXX 4-30 Landaulet Town Car [$3650]; Model XXX 4-30 Limousine [$3650]; Model LXII 6-60 Toy Tonneau [$3500]; Model LXII 6-60 Gun Boat [$3900]; Model LXII 6-60 Racing Car [$3500];
Palmer & Singer Mfg. Co., 1620-22-24 Broadway, New York, New York – 1321 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
16 p.; illustrations [Press of George Van Berk, 201 Fulton Street, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 51, No. 18
Pennsylvania Motor Cars
1910
Models: Type “D 25” 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2500]; Type “D 25” 4-cylinder 28.9 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Body [$2500]; Type “B 50” 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Type “F 6” 6-cylinder 54 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$4500]; Type “C 50” 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Touring Car [$3000]; Type “C 50” 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3000]
Pennsylvania Auto Motor Co., Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
8 p.; illustrations [Ketterlinus, Philadelphia]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 52 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues PO – W 1910

3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 1
Pope-Hartford Automobiles: Universal Price List of Parts, 1906-1910
1910
Models: Model F 1906; Model L 1907-08; Model R 1907-08; Model M 1908; Models S 1909; Model T 1910
The Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Connecticut
158 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 2
Renault – From the Atlantic to the Pacific in a Renault, by Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Warren of San Jose, Cal. The account of the trip by Mrs. W. T. Warren
1910
Models: 25-35 H.P. “American Special”
Renault Frères Selling Branch Inc., 214 West 65th Street, New York, New York – Salesrooms: Broadway and 57th Street, New York, New York
22 p.; illustrations [Gotham Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 3
REO: Instruction Book and Parts Price List
1910
Models: Model R; Model S
REO Motor Car Co., Lansing, Michigan
28 p., & charts and inserts; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Lansing, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 4
The Invincible Schacht Auto-Runabout
1910
Models: Model K 2-cylinder 18-20 H.P. [$680]; Model H 2-cylinder 18-20 H.P. [$640]; Model P 2-cylinder 18-20 H.P. [$740]
The Schacht Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations [B & B Press, Commercial Tribune Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 5
The Selden Car – Made by the Father of Them All – 1910 Advance Proofs
1910
Models: Model 35-T 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model 35-R 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$2000]; Model 35-P 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo Tonneau [$2250]; Model 29-L 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Limousine [$3000]
Selden Motor Vehicle Co., Rochester, New York
13 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 6
Simplex – Made in New York City
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$5350]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$5550]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5650]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine or Landaulette [$6450]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Chassis [$4450]; 4-cylinder 90 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$6200]; 4-cylinder 90 H.P. Chassis [$5200]
Simplex Automobile Company, 1862 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: 614 East Eighty-Third Street, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 7
Stevens-Duryea Gasoline Automobiles
1910
Models: Model XXX 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$2900]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$2850]; Model Y 6-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; Model X 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model U Light Six 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]
Stevens-Duryea Co., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
32 p.; illustrations [Loring-Axtell Company, Springfield, Massachusetts]
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 8
Studebaker Electric Commercial Vehicles, Comprising Delivery Wagons and Trucks of from800 to 10,000 pounds capacity, Various Body Styles
1910
Models: 800 Pound Electric Delivery Wagon; 1500 Pound Electric Delivery Wagon; 2500 Pounds Electrci Delivery Wagon; 4000 Pound Electric Truck; 7000 Pound Electric Truck; 10000 Pound Electric Truck
Studebaker Automobile Co., Cleveland Ohio – Factories: South Bend, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 9
Studebaker-Flanders – Studebaker-Flanders “20”, by F.E. Watts, reprinted from “Horseless Age” – Serial No. 512
1910
Models: “20” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$750]
Studebaker Bros. Co. of N.Y, Broadway and 48th Street, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 10
Studebaker-Flanders – Specifications
1910
Models: “20” 4-cylinder Runabout [$750]
Studebaker Bros. Co. of N.Y, Broadway and 48th Street, New York, New York
7 p.
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 11
The Thomas Flyer – Champion Endurance Car of the World
1910
Models: Model “K” 6-70 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; Model “K” 6-70 Thomas Flyer Four-Passenger Flyabout [$6000]; Model “K” 6-70 Thomas Flyer Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$6000]; Model “K” 6-70 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7500]; Model “K” 6-70 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7500]; Model “F” 4-60 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; Model “F” 4-60 Thomas Flyer Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$4500]; Model “F” 4-60 Thomas Flyer Four-Passenger Flyabout [$4500]; Model “F” 4-60 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6000]; Model “F” 4-60 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6000]; Model “M” 6-40 Thomas Flyer Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model “M” 6-40 Thomas Flyer Three or Four-Passenger Runabout [$3500]; Model “M” 6-40 Thomas Flyer Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3500]; Model “M” 6-40 Thomas Flyer Four-Passenger Flyabout [$3500]; Model “M” 6-40 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5000]; Model “M” 6-40 Thomas Flyer Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5150]; Model “R” 4-28 Thomas Town Car Six-Passenger Brougham [$4000]; Model “R” 4-28 Thomas Town Car Six-Passenger Limousine [$4100]; Model “R” 4-28 Thomas Town Car Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4250]
E. R. Thomas Motor Company, Buffalo, New York – Broadway and Sixty-Third, New York, New York
13 p.; illustrations [The Lakeside Press, Chicago – R.R. Donnelly & Sons Co. – Planogravure]
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 12
Waverley: The Electric of Electrics – Waverley Electric Carriages
1910
Models: Model 75-C Four-Passenger Brougham [$2250]; Model 70-C Two-Passenger Coupe [$2000]; Model 70-B Open Victoria [$1800]; Model 76 Victoria-Phaeton [$1750]; Model 78 Roadster [$1700]; Model 74 Stanhope [$1600]; Model 69 Runabout [$1225]; Model 60 Surrey [$1900]
The Waverley Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 52, No. 13
Welch – The Welch Announcement for 1910
1910
Models: Model 6-I 6-ylinder 75 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7,000]; Model 4-I 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5,500]; Model 4-N 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500]; Model 4-0 4-cylinder, Short Coupled Body [$4,500]; Model 6-N 6-cylinder 75 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; Model 4-M 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$4,500]; Model 6-M 6-cylinder 75 H.P. Five-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$6,000]
Welch Motor Car Co., Pontiac, Michigan
10 p.; illustrations [Peninsular Press, Detroit]

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3-TOP p.v. 53 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – W 1910

3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 1
The Autocar – Continuous Efficiency Guaranteed
1910
Models: Type XX 4-cylinder 25.6 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1750]; Type XX 4-cylinder 25.6 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$1750]; Type XX 4-cylinder 25.6 H.P. Coupe
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
10 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 2
“Courier” Automobiles: Price List of Parts
1910
Models:
The Courier Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
48 p. [The Otterbein Press, Dayton, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 3
Fuller Automobiles – Descriptive Catalog – January First, Nineteen Hundred Ten – A Car for Every Purpose, Pneumatic or Solid Rubber Tires
1910
Models: Model “31” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Touring Car [$1,165]; Model “30” 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Roadster, “The Blue Bird” [$1,065]; Model “K” 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Touring Car [$950]; Model “F” 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Runabout [$850]; Model “A” 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Solid Tire Runabout [$825]; Model “B” 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Four-Passenger Solid Tire Surrey [$850]; Model “C” 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Express Type, Solid Tires [$850]; Model “D” 2-cylinder 22 H.P. Delivery Type [$1,000]
Fuller Buggy Company, Jackson, Michigan
28 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 4
Hewitt Trucks – Simple, Strong, Practical
1910
Models: Two-Ton Truck [Chassis $2,750]; Three-Ton Truck [Chassis $3,000]; Five-Ton Truck [Chassis $5,000]; Seven-Ton Truck [Chassis $5,500]; Ten-Ton Truck [Chassis $6,000]; 5 Seated 20 Passenger Car [$3,300]; 6 Seated 20 Passenger Car [$3,600]
Metzger Motor Car Co., Truck Department (Formerly Hewitt Motor Co.), 6-8-10 East 31st, New York, New York – Factories: Detroit, Michigan; New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 5
Inter-State Motor Cars – Why We Named the Inter-State Car The Bull Dog
1910
Models: Model “40” [$1,750]
Inter-State Automobile Co., Muncie, Indiana
10 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 6
Matheson: Price List of Parts
1910
Models: Six Cylinder Cars, Model 17 1909-1910
Matheson Automobile Co., 1886-1888 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
36 p.
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 7
Metz – One Day’s Work: A trip which shows the durability as well as practicability of the modern, low price, economical runabout — The Metz, by J.C. Robbins
1910
Models:
Metz Company, Wlatham, Massachusetts
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 8
Moline: Price List of Repair Parts
1910
Models: Model “M”
Moline Automobile Company, East Moline, Illinois
30 p.
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 9
Palmer-Singer Motor Cars: Parts Price List
1910
Models: Type “K” 4-30 Baby Tonneau 1909; Type “R” 4-30 1910; Type “H” 4-40; LXI Motor; Six-Cylinder, LXII Motor; 4-30 Skimabout; 6-60 Gunboat; 4-30 Town Car; 6-60 Baby Tonneau
Palmer & Singer Mfg. Co., 1620-22-24 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: Webster and Third Aves., Long Island City, New York
30 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 10
Stoddard-Dayton: Price List of Parts
1910
Models: Model 9-F; Model 9-K; Model 9-A; Model 9-C; Model 9-H
The Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
69 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 11
Studebaker-Flanders “20”, by F. E. Watts – Article to appear in Horseless Age
1910
Models: Model “20” 4-cylinder 22 H.P.
Studebaker Bros. Co. of N.Y, Broadway and 48th Street, New York, New York
7 p.
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 12
Warren-Detroit: Price List of Repair Parts
1910
Models: Type “30” All Models
Warren Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
30 p.
3-TOP p.v. 53, No. 13
Winton: Price List of Parts
1910
Models: Winton Sixes – Model XVI; Model 17; Model 18; Model 17A; Model 18A – manufactured in 1908-1909-1910
The Winton Motor Carriage Co., Cleveland, Ohio
35 p.

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3-TOP p.v. 54 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – W 1910

3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 1
Acme – The New Car
1910
Models: 25 H.P. Two-Passenger; 25 H.P. Four-Passenger Close Coupled; 25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car; 25 H.P. Five and Six-Passenger Landaulet; 25 H.P. Five and Six-Passenger Limousine
The Acme Motor Car Co., Reading, Pennsylvania
13 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 2
Babcock Electric – A Romance of the Road: Being a Love Story, truthfully told by the Best Man, which the same was Fra Elbertus, by Elbert Hubbard
1910
Models: Victoria [$1,800]; Inside-Drive Three-Passenger Coupe [$2,200]; Inside-Driven Four-Passenger Coupe [$2,600]
Babcock Electric Carriage Co., Buffal, New York
16 p.; illustrations [The Roycrofters, East Aurora, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 3
Bailey Electrics: An Appreciation
1910
Models:
S. R. Bailey & Co., Inc., Amesbury, Massachusetts
2 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 4
The Bailey Electric – Equipped with the Edison Battery
1910
Models: Victoria Phaeton [$2350 – $2600]
S. R. Bailey & Co., Inc., Amesbury, Massachusetts
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 5
Buick: Instructions for Operating and Maintaining – Buick Model 10 Instruction Book
1910
Models: Model 10
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
29 p. & inserts; illustrations [Central Engraving Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 6
Buick Light Delivery Truck: Instructions for Operating the
1910
Models: Light Delivery Truck
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
15 p. [Robert Smith Ptg Co., Lansing, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 7
Cameron: The Cameron – “Facts from Users”
1910
Models:
The Cameron Car Company
19 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 8
The Duryea Durtout Priming Cups
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
2 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 9
Duryea – Duryaoyls
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
2 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 10
Duryea – Comparisons – The World vs. Duryea
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 11
Duryea – Some day you will Awake
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
6 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 12
Duryea – Some Records
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
4 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 13
Duryea – The Voice of the Public
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
12 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 14
Duryea – The Real Pioneer
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
12 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 15
Duryea – A Word from Abroad
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
4 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 16
Duryea – Sequel
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
4 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 17
Duryea – Duryea Thinks
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
8 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 18
Duryea: “Frictionless” Friction Drive, by Charles E. Duryea, Reprinted from Vo. VI, P. 281, Transactions Society of Automobile Engineers
1910
Chas. E. Duryea, Reading, Pennsylvania
12 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 19
Indian Motocycles: Price List Indian Motocycle Parts – Effective Nov. 1, 1910
1910
Models: Diamond Fram Models Previous to 1909
The Hendee Mfg. Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
96 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 20
Jenkins: Concerning Jenkins Cars
1910
Models:
The Jenkins Motor Car Co., Rochester, New York
15 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 21
K-R-I-T Motor Cars
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Runabout [$800]; 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. The Ball-Bearing K-R-I-T [$900]; 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Roadster [$825]; 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Surrey [$850 – $975]; 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Coupe [$1275]; Model “U” 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Underslung Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,200]
The Krit Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
28 p.; illustrations [L. S. & B. Illustrating co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 22
Peerless – Silence, Comfort
1910
Models: Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$4300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Pony Tonneau [$4300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$5800]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$6000]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$5500]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Town Car Limousine [$4500]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$4300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Close Coupled [$4300]
The Peerless Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
10 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 23
Peerless Town Cars
1910
Models: Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Limousine Town Car
The Peerless Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 24
Regal: Price List of Parts
1910
Models: Model “A”; Model “B”; Model “E”; Model “F”
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
52 p.
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 25
Regal: New York to Frisco in a Regal “30”
1910
Models: Model “F” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]; Model “E” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1,250]; Model “B” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$1,250]
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
62 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 26
Schacht – The Invincible Schacht
1910
Models: Model “R” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Runabout [$730]; Model “C” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Surrey [$775]; Model “B” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Surrey [$850]; Model “S” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Runabout [$825]; Model “E” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Delivery [$850]; Model “D” 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Delivery [$975]
The Schacht Motor Car Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 27
Waverley Electric Carriages – The Electric is the Simplest of All Automobiles, The Waverely is the Simplest of All Electrics
1910
Models: Victoria Coupé, Model 75-C [$2150]; Victoria Coupé, Model 70-C [$1900]; Victoria Phaeton, Model 67 [$1600]; Chelsea, Model 26-C [$1700]; Stanhope, Model 74 [$1500]; Road Wagon, Model 69 [$1225]; Stanhope, Model 53 [$1800]; Runabout, Model 71 [$1325]; Surrey, Model 60 [$1750]; Station Wagon, Model 30 [$1800]
The Waverley Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Designed – Written and Executed by Russel M. Seeds Co., Printed by Hollenbeck Press, Indinapolis, Indiana]
3-TOP p.v. 54, No. 28
Winton Six
1910
Models: 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Touring Car [$3000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Runablut [$3000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Limousine [$4250]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Landaulet [$4500]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Chassis [$2750]
The Winton Motor Carriage Company, Berea Road at Madision Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 70th Street, New York, New York
59 p.; illustrations [The A. S. Gilman Printing Co., Cleveland]

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3-TOP p.v.55 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues H – S 1910

3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 1
Indian Motocycle – Parts Price List No. 10 for 1909-1910 Loop Frame Models Only – For Previous Models get List No. 8A
1910
Models: 1909-1910 Loop Frame Models
The Hendee Mfg. Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
144 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 2
Homo Carbureter – The Solution of the Carbureter Problem – The Only Carbureter Which Carburets – Makes a 4 Cylinder run like a 6 Cylinder on the Gasolne Consumed by a 2 Cylinder – The Greatest Scientific Advance the Gasoline Motor World Has Ever Known – Homo Solves the Problem
1910
The Homo Company of America, Jersey City, New Jersey
20 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 3
Homo Carbureter – Why Doesn’t Your Car: PULL UP stiff grades without being rushed? PICK UP on the “high” on City streets? STAY ON the “high” through sand and mud? HOMO Solves the Problem – – The HOMO “Shines” On The Hills
1910
The Homo Company of America, Jersey City, New Jersey
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 4
Hupmobile – The 4 Cylinder 20 H.P Car Extraordinary
1910
Models: Model B 4-cylinder 20 H.P. [$750]
Hupp Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
19 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 5
Oakland: Price List of Parts
1910
Models: Two and Four Cylinder Models 1908, 1909, 1910
Oakland Motor Car Company, Pontiac, Michigan
44 p.
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 6
Peerless – Motor Car Equipment as furnished for Peerless Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model 27; Model 28
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy Avenue & E. 93d Street, Cleveland, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 7
Premier – Being a Detailed Description of The 1910 Premier, The Quality Car – The consistent superior of superior cars.
1910
Models: :”6-60″ Four-Passenger Clubman [$3500]; “6-60” Two-Passenger Roadster [$3500]; “6-60” Five or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; “4-40” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2600]; “4-40” Four-Passenger Clubman [$2600]; “4-40” Two-Passenger Roadster [$2600]
The Premier Motor Mfg. Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
6 p.
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 8
Regal – Regal “30” Instruction Book – May the Onwers of Regal Cars gain a better understanding of the inner workings of our product – Licensed under Selden Patent
1910
Models: Model “30”
Regal Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
39 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 9
Stevens-Duryea: Price List of Parts – First Edition – Effective June 21st, 1910
1910
Models: Model AA
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
68 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 10
Stevens-Duryea: Price List of Parts – Third Edition – Effective June 21st, 1910
1910
Models: Model L
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 11
Stevens-Duryea: Price List of Parts – Second Edition – Effective May 1st, 1910
1910
Models: Model R
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
48 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 12
Stevens-Duryea: Price List of Parts – Third Edition – Effective June 21st, 1910
1910
Models: Model X (Touring Car); Model X (Light Touring Roadster); Model XXX (Runabout and Baby Tonneau)
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
78 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 55, No. 13
Stevens-Duryea: Price List of Parts – Second Edition – Effective June 21st, 1910
1910
Models: Model Y
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
62 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v.56 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – W 1910

3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 1
The Acme
1910
Models: Type XXV 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Four or Five-Passenger Special Touring Car [$5,000]; Type XX 6-cylinder 45-50 H.P. Limousine [$6,000 with two bodies]; Type XX 6-cylinder 45-50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500]; Type XX Special 6-cylinder 45-50 H.P. Tourabout with Detachable Tonneau [$4,500]; Type XXI 6-cylinder 45-50 H.P. Roadster [$4,250]; Type XXI 6-cylinder 45-50 H.P. Tourabout with Baby Tonneau [$4,500]; Type XXVII 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,750]; Type XXVII 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Runabout; Type XXVII 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine; Type XXVI 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$3,250]; Type XXVI 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger Tourng Car [$3500]
The Acme Motor Car Co., Reading, Pennsylvania
15 p., illustrations [The Central Engraving Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 2
Chase Motor Vehicles – Catalogue Number 5
1910
Models: Model H 1500 lbs. Stake Body [$1300]; Model H 1500 lbs., Standard, Full Panel Top [$1450]; Model H 1500 lbs., Standard, Express [$1250]; Model D 1000 lbs., Standard, Full Panel Top [$1050]; Model D 1000 lbs., Standard, Express [$900]; Model C 500 lbs., Standard, Express [$750]; Model F or Surrey as a Pleasure Car [$975]; Model F or Surrey as a Business Runabout [$900]
Chase Motor Truck Co., West Street, Syracuse, New York – 1876 Broadway, New York, New York
36 p.; illustrations – includes mailing card
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 3
Franklin
1910
Models: Model H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Touring Car [$3750]; Model H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Close-coupled Car [$3750]; Model H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Limousine [$5000]; Model H 6-cylinder 42 H.P. Runabout [$3600]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Touring Car [$2800]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Close-coupled Body [$2800]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Limousine [$4000]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Landaulet [$4000]; Model D 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Runabout [$2700]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Touring Car [$1850]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Runabout [$1750]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. with Surrey-type Body [$1800]; Model K-4 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Town Car [$3200]; Model K-3 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Taxicab [$2850]
H H Franklin Manufacturing Company, Syracuse, New York – Seventy-third St., Boradway and Amesterdam Ave., New York, New York
35 p.; illustrations [Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 4
Frayer-Miller Motor Trucks – Blower Cooled – Catalogue A
1910
Models: 3 to 3½ Ton; 2 to 2½ Ton; 1 to 1½ Ton
The Kelly Motor Truck Co., Springfield, Ohio
23 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 5
Isotta Fraschini
1910
Models: Various H.P. – from 10 to 65 — Touring Car; Grand Prix Voiturette; Type F. B.; Type F. O.; Town Chassis; Tourabout; Carrick Phaeton; Landaulet; Limousine
Isotta Fraschini, Milan, Italy – Isotta Import Co., 1620-1624 Broadway, New York, New York
18 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 6
Moline – The Perfect Score – Advance Bulletin
1910
Models: Model “M” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Type [$1500]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1500]
Moline Automobile Co., E. Moline, Illinois
4 p. illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 7
The Morse Car
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Touring Car [$4000]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Limousine; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Landaulet; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Torpedo Body [$4000]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Runabout [$3900]
The Easton Machine Co., South Easton, Massachusetts
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 8
Nagant Liége – Fabrique d’armes & d’automobiles (Catalog is in French)
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 20/28 H.P a chaines; 4-cylinder 35/45 H.P. a chaines; 4-cylinder 14/16 H.P. Cardan
Nagant Frères, Liége
27 p.; illustrations [Imp. H. Dessain a Liége]
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 9
National “40”
1910
Models: Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Body [$2,500]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$2,500]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Speedway Roadster [$2,500]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Limousine [$3,750]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Torpedo [$2,800]
National Motor Vehicle Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 10
Victor – Some automobiles are built to show; / The VICTOR Auto is built to go. / Remember this — You’d better walk / Than buy a car that’s apt to balk.
1910
Models: Drummer’s Special [$850]; Delivery Truck [$950]; Delivery Wagon [$1000]; 2-cylinder Famil Car [$1000]; 4-cylinder Family Car [$1200]; 2-cylinder Surrey [$875]; Victor “30” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; Victor “30” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$1500]; “Style C” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Runabout with Solid Tires [$725]; “Style C” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Runabout [$1025 – $925 crossed out]; “Style D” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Runabout with Pneumatic Tires [$800]; “Style D” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Runabout [$1100 – $1000 crossed out]; “Style D” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Convertible [$850]; “Style D” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Convertible [$1150 – $1050 crossed out]; “Style G” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Surrey [$875]; “Style G” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Surrey [$1175 – $1075 corssed out]; “Style K” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1000]; “Style K” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1200]; “Style M.D.” 2-cylinder 20-24 H.P. Physicians’ Special Car [$900]; “Style M.D.” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Physicans’ Special Car [$1150 – $1100 crossed out]
Victor Automobile Manufacturing Co., S. E. Cor. Boyle Avenue and Papin Street, St. Louis, Missouri
22 p. & 5 letter facimiles; illustrations [Little & Becker Printing Co., Printers’ Building, 9th and Walnut Sts., St. Louis]
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 11
Welch – The Book of Welch Cars
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500]; 6-cylinder 75 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; 6-cylinder 75 H.P. Five-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$6,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5,500]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Town Car [$4,500]; 6-cylinder 75 H.P. Runabout [$5,800]; 6-cylinder 75 H.P. Touring Coach [$9,000]
Welch Motor Car Company, Pontiac, Michigan – Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Written and Designed by The O. J. Mulford Advertising Company, Printed by Peninsular Press, Detroit, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 56, No. 12
White Gasoline Trucks
1910
Models: 1½-Ton with Standard Express Body [$3,150]; 1½-Ton [Chassis $3,000]; 3-Ton with Standard Platform Body [$3,850]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 62d St., New York, New York
15 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 57 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues D – S 1910

3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 1
The Detroit Electric
1910
Models: Model “A” Victoria [$1,900]; Model “B” Victoria [$1,925]; Model “C” Two-Passenger Coupe [$2,350]; Model “D” Four-Passenger Brougham [$2,500]; Model “E” Two-Passenger Coupe [$2,100]; Model “F” Victoria [$1,800]; Model “G” Victoria [$1,825]; Model “H” Roadster [$1,650]; Model “L” Roadster [$1,700]
The Anderson Carriage Co., Detroit, Michigan
55 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 2
E-M-F: Price List of Parts and Instructions
1910
Models: E-M-F Thirty
E-M-F Company, Detroit, Michigan
64 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 3
Halladay: Instruction Book and Repair List
1910
Models: Model E Roadster; Model F Surrey; Model G Touring Car
The Streator Motor Car Company, Streator, Illinois
31 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros., Engravers Printers, Grand Rapids, Mich.]
3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 4
Halladay: Instruction Book and Repair List
1910
Models: Model “J” Touring Car; Model “J” Toy Tonneau; Model “J” Roadster
The Streator Motor Car Company, Streator, Illinois
46 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros., Engravers Printers, Grand Rapids, Mich.]

3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 5
The Royal Tourist
1910
Models: Model “M” Series 2 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500]; Model “M” Series 2 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4,500];Model “M” Series 2 4-cylinder Landaulette [$5,900]; Model “M” Series 2 4-cylinder Limousine [$5,700]
[The Royal Tourist], Cleveland, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 6
Speedwell – 1910 Parts Price-List of Speedwell Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model 10-H; Model 10-G; Model 10-C; Model 10-E; Model 10-K; Model 10-F; Model 10-D
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
27 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 7
Stearns Motor Cars – The white line radiator belongs to the Stearns
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3200]; 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3200]; 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P Landaulet [$4600]; 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P Limousine [$4600]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$4600]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4600]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. Landaulet [$5850]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. Limousine [$5750]; 6-cylinder 45-90 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$6250]; 6-cylinder 45-90 H.P. Touring Car [$6500]; 6-cylinder 45-90 H.P. Limousine [$7500]; 6-cylinder 45-90 H.P. Landaulet [$7600]
The F. B. Stearns Co., Cleveland, Ohio
34 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 8
Studebaker-Garford – Technical Description of the Studebaker-Garford 30 and 40 Models, by Hugh Dolnar
1910
Models: Model “C” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car; Model “D” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car
Studebaker Automobile Company, South Bend, Indiana
15 p.; illustrations [Central Engraving Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 57, No. 9
Studebaker – Technical Description of the Studebaker “40” Model B Touring Car, by Hugh Dolnar
1910
Models: Model “B” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven Passenger Touring Car
Studebaker Automobile Company, South Bend, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 58 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – Z 1910

3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 1
Anchor – “Anchor-35” – Catalog B
1910
Models: Anchor-35 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]
The Anchor Motor Car Co., Cincinnati, Ohio – 256 Broadway, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations [Press of C. Krehbiel & Co., Cincinnati]
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 2
Charron Limited – C.G.V.
1910
Models: 2-cylinder 8-10 H.P. [Chassis $1,800]; 4-cylinder 12-14 h.p. [Chassis $2,500]; 4-cylinder 16-20 h.p. [Chassis $3,250]; 6-cylinder 18-24 h.p. [Chassis $4,000]; 4-cylinder 30 h.p. [Chassis $4,500]; 4-cylinder 20 H.P. [Chassis $4,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. [Chassis $5,500]; [6]-cylinder 75 H.P. [Chassis $6,500]
Charron Limited, Puteaux, France – U.S. Agents: C. G. V. Import Co., 49 West 64th Street, cor. Broadway, New York, New York (stamped 2120 Broadway) – Repair Shop and Stock Room: 549 West 59th Street, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 3
Commercial Truck – A Few Well-Known Users of Commercial Truck Company’s Electric Vehicles and some Interesting Facts
1910
Models:
Commercial Truck Company of America, 27th & Brown Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
20 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 4
Corbin Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Runabout [$2,750]; Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2,750]; Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,750]; Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$3,750]; Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]
Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut – 1888 Broadway, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Excuted by The Kalkhoff Company, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 5
Empire “Twenty”
1910
Models: “Twenty” – Model A 4-cylinder Runabout [$800]; Model B 4-cylinder Roadster [$850]
Empire Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana – Presented by {perter Motor Car Co., 1922 Broadway, New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 6
Grabowsky – “We Guarantee Service” – The Commercial Car for Every Commercial Need
1910
Models: Model 101-B 1 Ton Panel Body [$2,500]; Model 103-B 1½ Ton Panel Body [$2,850]; Model 101-B1 Special 1 Ton Standard Casket Wagon, Panel Body; Model 101-B2 Special 1 Ton Standard Ambulance Car, Panel Body [$2,800]; Model 301-B 1 Ton Standard Delviery Car, Screen Body [$2,300]; Model 303-B 1½ Ton Standard Delivery Car, Screen Body; Model 305-B 2 Ton Standard Delivery Car, Screen Body; Model 311-B 1 Ton Standard Express with Flare Boards, Screen Body [$2,400]; Model 313-B 1½ Ton Standard Express with Flare Boards, Screen Body [$2,750]; Model 315-B 2 Ton Standard Express with Flare Boards, Screen Body [$3,150]; Model 903-B 1½ Ton Standard Truck, Removable Stakes [$2,650]; Model 905-B 2 Ton Standard Truck, Removable Stakes [$3,050]; Model 907-B 3 Ton Standard Truck, Removable Stakes [$3,500]; Model 1101-B 1 Ton Standard Open Express with Flare Boards [$2,250]; Model 1103-B 1½ Ton Ton Standard Open Express with Flare Boards [$2,600]; Model 1105-B 2 Ton Ton Standard Open Express with Flare Boards [$3,000]; Model 1107-B 3 Ton Ton Standard Open Express with Flare Boards [$3,450]; Model 503-B 1½ Ton Standard Truck, Solid Front Panel Sides and Back Removable [$2,650]; Model 505-B 2 Ton Standard Truck, Solid Front Panel Sides and Back Removable [$3,050 ]; Model 703-B 1½ Ton Standard Truck, Removable Sides and Rear [$2,650]; Model 705-B 2 Ton Standard Truck, Removable Sides and Rear [$3,050]; Model 707-B 3 Ton Standard Truck, Removable Sides and Rear [$3,500]; Model 1303-B 1½ Ton Standard Furniture Truck [$2,750]; Model 1305-B 2 Ton Standard Furniture Truck [$3,150]; Model 1307-B 3 Ton Standard Furniture Truck [$3,550]; Model 501-B1 1 Ton Special Truck, Piano [$2,300]; Model 503-B2 1½Ton Special Truck, Piano [$2,700]; Model 505-B3 2 Ton Special Truck, Piano [$3,100]; Model 507-B 3 Ton [$3,500]; Model 200-B 12-Passenger Standard Passenger Car [$2,600]; Model 220-B 16-Passenger Standard Passenger Car [$2,750]; Model 242-B 20-Passenger Standard Passenger Car [$3,200]; Model 284-B 25-Passenger Standard Passenger Car [$3,750]; Model 200-B1 12-Passenger Special Passenger Car [$2,750]; Model 200-B2 12-Passenger Speical Passenger CAr [$2,650]; Model 420-B 16-Passenger Standard Wagonette [$2,750]; Model 462-B 22-Passenger Standard Wagonette [$3,200]; Model 800-B 12-Passenger Standard Hotel Bus [$2,850]; Model 842-B 16-Passenger Standard Hotel Bus [$3,350]; Model 864-B 22-Passenger Standard Hotel Bus [$4,100]; Model 600-B 12-Passenger Palace Car [$3,100]; Model 623-B 16-Passenger Palace Car [$3,400]; Model 643-B 20-Passenger Palace Car [$4,000]; Model 684-B 25-Passenger Palace Car [$5,050]
Grabowsky Power Wagon Co., Detroit, Michigan
79 p.; illustrations [Press of John Bornman & Son]
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 7
Maxwell – ‘Maxwell”: Illustrated Price List of Parts
1910
Models: Type “A”
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Company, Tarrytown, New York
50 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 8
Maxwell – “Maxwell”: Illustrated Price List of Parts
1910
Models: Type “Q” – Model Q-1; Model Q-4; Model Q-STD; Model Q-2
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Company, Tarrytown, New York
62 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 9
Panhard & Levassor
1910
Models: 2-cylinder 10 H.P. [$1,850]; 4-cylinder 14 H.P. [$2,600]; 4-cylinder 14 H.P. [$2,000]; 4-cylinder 18 H.P. [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. [$4,100]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$4,500]; 6-cylinder 35 H.P. chain-drive [$5,000]; 6-cylinder 35 H.P. shaft-drive [$5,100 – $5,350 crossed out]; 4-cylinder 45 H.P. [$5,400]; 6-cylinder 50 H.P. [$6,100] – Coupé on 14 or 18 H.P. Chassis; Landaulet Limousine on Town Chassis; Touring Limousine on 35 or 45 H.P. Chassis; Toy Tonneau; Double Phaeton on Large Chassis
Société anonyme des anciens établissements Panhard & Levassor, 16 Avenue d’Ivry, 24 Avenue des Champs Élysées, Paris – American Branch: 1881-1885 Broadway, [Broadway and 62, Street, N.W. Corner] New York, New York – Ancienne maison Perin, Panhard & Cie.
12 p.; illustrations [Redfield Brothers Inc., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 10
Petrel Motor Cars – “The Aristocrat of Medium Priced Cars”
1910
Models: Type “D” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,350]; Type “E” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$1,500]; Type “F” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,500]
Petrel Motor Car Co, 460-480 Virginia St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
22 p. – 2 letter facsimiles; illustrations [Designed and Executed by The Cramer-Krasselt Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin]
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 11
Pullman – Home of Pullman Automobiles
1910
Models: Model K 34 H.P. Speed Car [$2,000]
Pullman Motor Car Co., York, Pennsylvania
24 p. & insert; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 12
Pullman – Announcement 1910
1910
Models: Model “K-10” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model “K-10” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Roadster [$2,000]; Model “K-10” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Limousine; Model “O” 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$1,650]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 50 H.P.Toy Tonneau [$3,500]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 50 H.P.Limousine [$4,500]; Model “4-40” Gentlemen’s Roadster [$3,000]
York Motor Car Co., York, Pennsylvania
12 p.; illustrations [Dispatch-Daily Print, York, Pa.]
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 13
Renault – Renault Frères – Louis Renault Constructeur
1910
Models: 50-60 H.P. “Big Six” [Chassis $7,000]; 35-45 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $6,000]; 25-35 H.P. 4-cylinder “American Special” 4 Cylinders [Chassis $5,300]; 20-30 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,000]; 18-24 H.P. “Light Six” [Chassis $4,750]; 14-20 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $4,000]; 12-16 H.P. “Curved Frame” 4-cylinder [Chassis $3,250]; 12-16 H.P. “Standard” 4-cylinder [Chassis $3,000]; 10-14 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $2,750]; 10-14 H.P. 2-cylinder [Chassis $2,500]; 10-12 H.P. (Miniature Four) 4-cylinder [Chassis $2,500]; 9-12 H.P. “Taxi” 2-cylinder [chassis $2,000]; 8-10 H.P. “Voiturette” 2-cylinders [Chassis $1,600]; 10-14 H.P. 2-cylinder 1 Ton Chassis [$2,500]; 14-20 H.P. 4-cylinder 2 Ton Chassis [$4,000]; 14-20 H.P. 4-cylinder 15-Passenger Omnibus [$5,500]; 20-30 H.P 4-cylinder 3 Ton Chassis [$5,500] — Bodies: Touring, Runabout or Baby Tonneau [$500]; Limousine, Landaulet or Victoria [$1500]; Town Car, Collapsible Landaulet, Brougahm [$1000]; Close body, inside drive, on 8-10 H.P. chassis [$750]
Renault Frères Selling Branch, Inc., 214-216 West 65th Street, New York, New York – Salesrooms: 1776 Broadway (57th Street), New York, New York
12 p. & insert; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 58, No. 14
Züst Automobiles
1910
Models: Model 35/45 4-cylinder Chassis [$5,000]; Model 35/45 4-cylinder Touring Car [$6,500]; Model 35/45 4-cylinder Limousine [$6,800]; Model 35/45 4-cylinder Runabout [$5,500]; 25/30 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $3,900]
American-Züst Motor Co., 1989 Broadway, New York, New York – Factories: Milan Intra, Italy
16 p.; illustrations [Howard Printing Co., 1933-37 Broadway, Corner 65th Street, New York]

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3-TOP p.v. 59 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues B – R 1910

3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 1
Bailey – The Bailey Electric Vehicles
1910
Models: Victoria Phaeton [$2000 to $2600]
S. R. Bailey & Company, Amesbury, Massachuetts
7 p.; illustrations [The Barta Press, Boston]
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 2
Buick: Parts Catalog
1910
Models: Model F; Model G for 1908-1909
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
32 p.
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 3
Coates-Goshen – Advance Catalogue of the Coates-Goshen Automobiles
1910
Models: 32 H.P. 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$2700]; 32 H.P. 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$2850]; 32 H.P. 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2900]; 45 H.P. 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$3100]; 45 H.P. 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$3250]; 45 H.P. 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3400]
Coates-Goshen Automobile Co., Goshen, New York
14 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 4
Ford: Price List of Parts – Prices in effect January 1, 1910
1910
Models: Model N; Model R; Model S; Model S Roadster
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
51 p.; illustrations [Press of Liggett & Gagnier, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 5
Halladay – Streator
1910
Models: Halladay Model D “40” 4-cylinder Five or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Halladay Model D “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2,500]; Halladay Model J “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,500]; Halladay Model J “30” 4-cylinderRoadster with single rumble seat [$1,500]; Halladay Model E 4-cylinder “24-28” Roadster [$1,100]; Halladay Model F 4-cylinder “24-28” Surrey [$1,150]; Halladay Model G 4-cylinder “24-28” Touring Car [$1,250]
Streator Motor Car Company, Streator, Illinois – Grant Square Automobile Co., 1378 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, New York
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 6
Isotta Fraschini – Isotta-Fraschini Chassis fitted With Quinby Aluminum Bodies, an unexcelled combination of mechanical perfection and luxurious equipment
1910
Models: Isotta Voiturette 4-cylinder 14 H.P. Two-Passenger [$2,750]; Targa Florio 4-cylinder 45 H.P. [$6,500]; Briarcliff Model 4-cylinder 50 H.P. [$8,500]; Toy Tonneau 4-cylinder 20 H.P. [$4,500]; Close-Coupled Body 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$5,500]; “The Quinby Limited” 4-cylinder 45 H.P. [$7,000]; Seven-Passenger Touring Body 4-cylinder 45 H.P. [$7,000]; Tuxedo Brougham 4-cylinder 20 H.P. [$5,000]; Tuxedo Limousine 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$6,500]; Oval-Rear Town Limousine 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$6,500]; Seven-Passenger Touring Limousine 4-cylinder 45 H.P. [$7,800]; Town Landaulet 4-cylinder 20 H.P. [$5,250]; Seven-Passenger Limousine Landaulet 4-cylinder 45 H.P. [$8,000]; Coupé Landaulet 4-cylinder 20 H.P. [$5,400]
Isotta Import Company, 1623 Broadway, New York, New York – Owned and controlled by J. M. Quinby & Co., 21-39 Division Street, Newark, New Jersey
32 p.; illustrations [Product of the Essex Press, Newark & New York]
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 7
Jenkins Motor Cars
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,850]; 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Runabout [$2,750]
The Jenkins Motor Car Company, Rochester, New York
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 8
National – A Record-Breaking Car, A Record-Breaking Price
1910
Models: National “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; National “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy-Tonneau [$2500]; National “40” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Speedway Roadster [$2,500]; National “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2,800]
National Motor Vehicle Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
20 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 9
National Motor Cars: Opeartions and Care
1910
Models: Model 40 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car; National “40” 4-cylinder Speedway Roadster
National Motor Vehicle Company, East Twenty-Second Street and Monon R.R., Indianapolis, Indiana
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 10
Oakland Automobiles – Advance Announcement
1910
Models: Model K Oakland “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; Model M Oakland “40” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1700]; Model “24” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$1000]; Model “25” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]
Oakland Motor Car Co., Pontiac, Michigan
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 11
Pope-Hartford Automobiles – Preliminary Catalog
1910
Models: Model T 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model T 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model T 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Pony Tonneau [$2750]; Model T 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$2750]; Model T 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$3750]; Model T 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet [$3750]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Chemical and Hose Wagon [$4500]
The Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Connecticut
12 p.; illustrations [A. Mugford, Inc., Hartford]

3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 12
Rambler: Parts Price List – Number Twelve
1910
Models: Model 53 Five-Passenger Touring Car; Model 54; Model 55 Seven-Passenger Touring Car; Model 54CC Close Coupled; Model 55CC Close Couped; Model 55 Limousine
Thomas B. Jeffery & Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin
74 p.; illustrations [Press of Rogers & Smith Co., Chicago]

3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 13
Regal 30
1910
Models: Regal “30” – Model “F” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]; Model E 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$1,250]
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
25 p.; illustrations [Friesema Bros. Printing Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 59, No. 14
The Richmond Automobiles -No weather too cold, No weather too hot; We will do you perfect / Work every day in the year
1910
Models: Model J-1 4-cylinder 22.5 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$975]; Model J-3 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Air-Cooled Five-Passenger Light Touring Car [$1,225]; Model K-1 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$1,000]; Model K-3 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Water-Cooled Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,275]
The Wayne Works Unincorporated, Richmond, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [The Ballinger Press, Richmond, Indiana]

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3-TOP p.v. 60 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – S 1910

3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 1
The Auburn – The Most for the Money – “Most Miles – Least Trouble”
1910
Models: The Auburn Four: Model X 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,650]; Model R 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1,650]; Model S 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Roadster, single or double rumble [$1,650]; Model B 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Touring Car [$1,400]; The Auburn-Two: Model G 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]; Model K 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Roadster [$1,150]
The Auburn Automobile Company, Auburn, Indiana
36 p., illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 2
Cole 30 – A Car of Superb and Silent Service
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$1,400]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Demi-Tonneau [$1,450]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$1,500]
Cole Motor Car Co., Sole Distributors: Henderson Motor Sales Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 3
F-A-L-Car
1910
Models: Model “M” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Speed Car [$1750]; Model “M” 35-40 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$1750]; Model “M” 35-40 H.P. Touring Car [$1750];
The F-A-L Motor Company, 163-171 N. May St., Chicago, Illinois
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 4
Herreschoff – A Car Worthy of Its Name
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1650]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$1650]; 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1650]
Herreschoff Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 5
Hewitt
1910
Models: The Hewitt Seven-Ton Truck [$5500]; The Hewitt Ten-Ton Truck
The Hewitt Motor Company, 6, 8 and 10 East 31st St., New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 6
Kissel Kar – KisselKar Season 1910, Containing Illustrations and Descriptions of all the 1910 Models
1910
Models: Model L D 10 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; Model L D 10 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1500]; Model D 10 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model D 10 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$2000]; Model L D 10 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Semi-Racer [$1,600]; Model D 10 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [3200]; Model F 10 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model F 10 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$2500]; Model G 10 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model G 10 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$3,000]; Model G 10 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Two-Passenger Coupé [$3600]; Model G 10 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Torpedo Type [$3500]
The Kissel Motor Car Company, Hartford, Wisconsin
32 p.; illustrations [Designed and Excecuted by The Cramer-Krasselt Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 7
“Maxwell” – Includes insert: Lubricating Chart for Model Q
1910
Models: Model E 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$1500]; Model G 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Roadster [$1575]; Model Q1 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$925]; Model Q3 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Touring Car [$1000]; Model Q2 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Surrey [$950]; Model Q Standard 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Runabout [$900]; Model Q4 4-cylinder 22 H.P. “Sportsman” [$1000]; Model AA 2-cylinder 12 H.P. Runabout [$600]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Company, Tarrytown, New York – 1930 Broadway, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Rand, McNally & Co., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 8
Metz – Metz Plan Car
1910
Models: 2-cylinder 12 H.P. Metz Plan Car – purchaser assembles [$378]; 2-cylinder 12 H.P. Metz Plan Car – assembled [$475]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 8a
Mitchell – Advance Specifications
1910
Models: Model “R” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$1100]
Mitchell Motor Car Co, Racine, Wisconsin
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 9
Oldsmobile
1910
Models: Oldsmobile Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Close-Coupled Car [$4,600]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 10
Oldsmobile
1910
Models: Oldsmobile Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Limousine [$5,800]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 11
Oldsmobile
1910
Models: Oldsmobile Special 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Runabout [$3,000]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 12
Oldsmobile
1910
Models: Oldsmobile Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Touring Car [$4,600]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago, Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 13
Peerless Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Close Coupled Car [$4300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$5500]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$4300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Pony Tonneau Body on Roadster Chassis [$4300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$4300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$5800]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$6000]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Town Car [$4500]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy and East Ninety-Third Street, Cleveland, Ohio – 1760 Broadway, near 57th Street, New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 14
Peerless Town Car
1910
Models: Town Car
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 15
Overland – The 1910 Overland Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model Thirty-Eight 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Two, Three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$1000]; Model Forty-Two 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Close Coupled [$1500]; Model Forty-Two 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; Model Forty 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two, Three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$1250]; Model Forty-One 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Close Coupled [$1400]; Model Forty-One 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1400]
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 16
Peerless – Silence, Comfort – All That the Name Implies
1910
Models: Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$4,300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Close Coupled [$4,300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$4,300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Pony Tonneau [$4,300]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$5,500]; Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$5,800] Model 27 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Chassis [$3,800]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$6,000]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Close Coupled Car [$6,000]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster [$6,000]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Pony Tonneau [$6,000]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Limousine [$7,000]; Model 28 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Landaulet [$7,300]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Town Car Limousine [$4,500]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Town Car Landaulet [$4,500]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Quincy and East Ninety-Third Street, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway and 57th Street, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 17
REO – The Mighty REO – Reo for 1910, Mightier Than Ever
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$1250]; 2-cylinder 20-22 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1000]; Single-Cylinder 10-12 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$500]
R M Owen & Company, Lansing, Michigan – General Sales Agents for Reo Motor Car Company
32 p.; illustrations [Prepared by John O Powers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 60, No. 18
Schacht – The Invincible Schacht Mobile
1910
Models: Model “R” 2-cylinder 22-24 H.P. Runabout [$730]; Model “C” 2-cylinder 22-24 H.P. Surrey [$775]; Model “B” 2-cylinder 22-24 H.P. Surrey [$850]; Model “S” 2-cylinder 22-24 H.P. Runabout [$825]; Model “E” 2-cylinder 22-24 H.P. Delivery [$850]; Model “D” 2-cylinder 22-24 H.P. Delivery [$975]
The Schacht Manufacturing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 61 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – I 1910

3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 1
Apperson – The Famous Hand-Made Apperson Cars – The Jack Rabbit Car – Book Number Twenty-Two
1910
Models: Model 4-30 Five-passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model O 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$2,450]; Model O 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,450]; Model 4-40 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model 4-50 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,200]; “Jack Rabbit” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$4,000]; “Jack Rabbit” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$4,250]; Model 6-40 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,200]
Apperson Bros. Automobile Company, Kokomo, Indiana
34 p., illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 2
Atlas – Atlas Motor Cars: Perfected Two Cycle Engine
1910
Models: Model F 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model G 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2500]; Model H 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Pasenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model H 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Pasenger Touring Car [$2600]; Atlas 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Taxicab [$2400]
Atlas Motor Car Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
29 p.; illustrations [The Republican Publishing Co., Hamilton, Ohio]

3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 3
Bailey – The Bailey Electric Victoria Phaeton – The Edison Battery Cars
1910
Models: Model A Victoria Phaeton; Model B Victoria Phaeton [$2350 to $2600]
S. R. Bailey & Company, Inc., Amesbury, Massachusetts
8 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 4
Baker Electrics – The Aristocrats of Motordom
1910
Models: Extension Coupe, Bevel Gear Shaft Drive [$2,600]; Extension Coupe, Center Chain Drive [$2,500]; Queen Victoria, Bevel Gear Shaft Drive [$2,000]; Runabout, Bevel Gear Shaft Drive [$2,000]; Straight Front Coupe, Bevel Gear Shaft Drive [$2,400]; Runabout Coupe, Bevel Gear Shaft Drive [$2,400]; Brougham [$3,500]; Landaulet [$3,500]; Depot Wagon [$2,200]; F coupe [$2,200]; Rear Drive Victoria [$2,000]; Surrey [$2,200]; Roadster [$2,500]; Suburban [$1,500]; Imperial [$850]; Stanhope [$1,000]
The Baker Motor Vehicle Co., Cleveland, Ohio
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 5
Brush – Everyman’s Car
1910
Models: Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Brush [$485]; Model D 24 Single-cylinder 10 H.P. [$500]; Model D 26 Single-cylinder 10 H.P. [$600]; Model D 28 Single-cylinder 10 H.P. [$505]; Model D 30 Single-cylinder 10 H.P. [$510]; Model D Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Coupe [$850]
Brush Runabout Co., Detroit, Michigan
8 p.; illustratins [Winn & Hammond Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 6
Chadwick
1910
Models: Chadwick Six Two-Passenger Runabout [$6,500]; Chadwick Six Four-Passenger Tourabout [$5,500]; Chadwick Six Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,500]
Chadwick Engineering Works, Pottstown, Pennsylvania
8 p. (foldout); illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 7
Commercial Truck – Bulletin No. 3, February 1910
1910
Models: 3½ Ton Truck; 5 Ton Truck
Commerical Truck Company of America, 27th and Brown Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 8
Commercial Truck – Bulletin No. 4, December 1910
1910
Models: 2 Ton Truck
Commerical Truck Company of America, 27th and Brown Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 9
Corbin
1910
Models: Model “K” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$2500]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$2,650]; Model “O” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$2500]; Model “S” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. [$26500]
The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut
8 p. (foldover); illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 10
Corbin Motor Cars – Characteristcs of 1910 Corbin Cars, by Victor W. Page, M.E., Reprint from New England Automobile Journal, Issue of January 8, 1910
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$2750]; 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Two or Three Passenger Roadster or Speedster [$2750]; Limousine [$3750]; Model 18
Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut
8 p.; illustrations [Press of N. E. Automobile Journal, Pawtucket, R. I.]
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 11
Corbin – Preliminary Announcement
1910
Models: 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2750]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$2750]; Limousine [$3750]
The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut
4 p.; illustrations [Press of The Kalkhoff Company, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 12
Crawford Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model 10 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Touring Car, with detachable Tonneau [$1,400]; Model 10 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Roadster, with double rumble seat [$1,340]; Model F-G 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Eight-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model G 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model D 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Gentlemen’s Roadster [$3000]
Crawford Automobile Co., Hagerstown, Maryland
16 p.; illustrations [The Peters Pub. & Ptg. Co., Baltimore]
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 13
The 1910 Elmore – The Car That Has No Valves
1910
Models: Model 46 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model 46 4-cylinder Limousine [$3,750]; Model 36 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1750]; Model 36 4-cylinder Demi-Tonneau [$1750]; Model 36 4-cylinder Landaulet [$2500]
Elmore Manufacturing Company, Clyde, Ohio
30 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 14
Haynes: Parts List and Instructions – Instruction Book and Parts Catalog of Haynes Automobiles 1910
1910 / 1911
Models: Model 19
Haynes Automobile Company. Kokomo, Indiana
47 p.; illustrations [The Artcraft Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 61, No. 15
Inter-State Motor Cars
1910
Models: Inter-State “Forty” Model 30 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1750];Inter-State “Forty” Model 31 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$1750]; Inter-State “Forty” Model 32 4-cylinder Two to Four-Passenger Roadster [$1750]
Inter-State Automobile Company, Muncie, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 62 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues K – W 1910

3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 1
Knox Pleasure Cars
1910
Models: Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Chassis [$2750]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3250]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Tourabout or Close Coupled [$3150]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3250]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Tonneauette [$3150]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Three or Four-Passenger Sportabout [$3150]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Standard Raceabout [$3100]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet [$4000]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$4000]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Chassis [$4300]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6000]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Landaulet [$6000]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Sportabout [$4700]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Chassis [$4300]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Close Coupled Tourabout [$4800]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Two-Passenger Raceabout [$4700]
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts – 1966 Broadway, New York, New York
87 p., illustrations [The F. A. Bassette Company, Printers, Springfield, Massachusetts]
3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 2
Owen Motor Car
1910
Models: The Owen 4-cylinder [$4,000]
Owen Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
35 p.; illustrations [Designed and Printed by Binner-Wells Company, Chicago]
3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 3
Packard Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [4,200]; Model “Thirty” Limousine/Landaulet; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Close-Coupled [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Runabout [$4,200]; Model “Eighteen” Five-Passenger Open Car[$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” Runabout [$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” Landaulet; Three Ton Truck
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
47 p.; illustratins [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 4
Regal Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model “N” Regal “Twenty” 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Two-Passenger Underslung Roadster [$900]; Model “L” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Open Type Touring Car [$1000]; Model “LF” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1050]; Model “LE” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1000]; Model “LO” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$1050]; Model “S” Regal “Forty” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Open Door Type Touring Car [$1600]; Model “SF” Regal “Forty” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Fore Door Type [$1650]; Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Limousine [$1850]
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
31 p.; illustrations [John Bornman & Son, Printers, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 5
Renault – Catalogue of Spare Parts
1910
Models:
Renault Frères Selling Branch, 1776 Broadway, Corner 57th Street, New York, New York – Garage, Repair and Spare Parts Dept., 214-216 West 65th Street, New York, New York
16 p.
3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 6
Renault Frères – Through the Holy Land with a Renault
1910
Models: 8-10 H.P. Chassis [$1,600]; 8-10 H.P. Town Car [$2,350]; 8-10 H.P. Voiturette [$1,750]; 9-12 H.P. Chassis [$2,000]; 9-12 H.P. Town Car [$3,000]; 9-12 H.P. Taxicab [$2,750]; 10-12 H.P. Chassis [$2,500]; 10-12 H.P. Runabout [$3,000]; 10-12 H.P. Touring Car [$3,000]; 10-12 H.P. Town Car [$3,500]; 10-12 H.P. Taxicab [$3,250]; 2-cylinder 10-14 H.P. Chassis [$2,500]; 2-cylinder 10-14 H.P. Town Car [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 10-14 H.P. Chassis [$2,750]; 4-cylinder 10-14 H.P. Town Car [$3,750] 12-16 H.P. Chassis [curved $3,250, standard $3,000]; 12-16 H.P. standard Runabout [$3,500]; 12-16 H.P. Landaulet or Limousine [curved $4,750, standard $4,500]; 12-16 H.P. Town Car [curved $4,250, standard $4,000]; 12-16 H.P. standard Taxicab [$3,750]; 14-20 H.P. Chassis [$4,000]; 14-20 H.P. Runabout [$4,500]; 14-20 H.P. Touring Car [$4,500]; 14-20 H.P. Landaulet or Limousine [$5,500]; 18-24 H.P. Chassis [$4,750]; 18-24 H.P. Runabout [$5,250]; 18-24 H.P. Touring Car [$5,250]; 18-24 H.P. Landaulet or Limousine [$6,250]; 20-30 H.P. Chassis [$5,000]; 20-30 H.P. Runabout [$5,500]; 20-30 H.P. Touring Car [$5,500]; 20-30 H.P. Limousine or Landaulet [$6,500]; 25-35 H.P. Chassis [$5,300]; 25-35 H.P. Runabout [$5,800]; 25-35 H.P. Touring Car [$5,800]; 25-35 H.P. Landaulet or Limousine [$6,800]; 35-45 H.P. Chassis [$6,000]; 35-45 H.P. Runabout [$6,500]; 35-45 H.P. Touring Car [$6,500]; 35-45 H.P. Landaulet or Limousine [$7,500]; 50-60 H.P. Chassis [$7,000]; 50-60 H.P. Runabout [$7,500]; 50-60 H.P. Touring Car [$7,500]; 50-60 H.P. Landaulet or Limouinse [$8,500]
Renault Frères Selling Branch, 1776 Broadway, , Corner 57th Street, New York, New York – Garage, Repair and Spare Parts Dept., 214-216 West 65th Street, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Vreeland Advertising Press, 113-117 West 31st Street, New York City]
3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 7
Stearns – The Ultimate Car – A Catalogue of Stearns Motor Cars for the Selling Season of 1911
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P. Chassis [$2900]; 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P. Touring Car [$3200]; 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P. Toy Tonneau Runabout [$3200]; 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P. Landaulet [$4600]; 4-cylinder 15-30 H.P. Limousine [$4600]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. Chassis [$4200]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. Vestibule Touring Car [$4600]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. 30-60 H.P. Toy Tonneau Runabout [$4600]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. 30-60 H.P. Landaulet [$5850]; 4-cylinder 30-60 H.P. 30-60 H.P. Limousine [$5750]
The F. B. Stearns Company, Cleveland, Ohio
35 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 8
“Stoddard-Dayton” Automobiles
1910
Models: 10-F 50 H.P. Limousine [$3800]; 10-T 30 H.P. Limousine [$2800];10-T 30 H.P. Town Car [$2800]; 10-T 30 H.P. Landaulet [$2800]; 10-H 30 H.P. Coupe [$2100]; 10-F 50 H.P. Touring Car [$2925]; 10-A 40 H.P. Touring Car [$2210]; 10-B 30 H.P. Touring Car [$1700]; 10-K 50 H.P. Roadster [$2650]; 10-K-5 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Passenger Roadster [$2875]; 10-K-4 50 H.P. Four-Passenger [$2875]; 10-C 40 H.P. Roadster [$2210]; 10-H 30 H.P. Artillery Rear [$1610]; 10-H 30 H.P. Wide Rear [$1600]; 10-H 30 H.P. Roadster [$1500]; 10-K-4 50 H.P. Torpedo [$2800]
The Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio – Atlantic Motor Car Co., 225-227 West 57th Street, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Executed by “The Western”, Dayton, O.]

3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 9
Velie Motor Cars
1910
Models: Velie “40” Model “D” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1800]; Velie “40” Model “E” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1800]; Velie “40” Model “F” 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$1800]
Velie Motor Vehicle Company, Moline, Illinois
28 p.; illustrations [Desaulniers & Co., Printers Binders … , Moline, Illinois]

3-TOP p.v. 62, No. 10
White Gasoline Cars – The White is a car of moderate size, moderate power, and moderate price, but of superlative quality
1910
Models: Model “G-A” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Touring Car/Toy Tonneau [$2,000]; Model “G-B” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,500]; Model “G-B” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Limousine [$3,600]; Model “G-B” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Landaulet [$3,800]; Model “G-A” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Torpedo [$2,250]; 3-Ton Truck with Platform Body [$3,850]; 1 1/2-Ton Truck with Express Body [$3,150]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 62nd St., New York, New York
18 p.; illustrations

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 63 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – S 1910

3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 1
The American – “A Car for the Discriminating Few”
1910
Models: The Traveler 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$4000]; The Traveler Special 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Touring Car [$5000]; The Roadster 4-cylinder 50 H.P. [$4000]; The Roadster Special 4-cylinder 60 H.P. [$5000]; The Tourist 4-cylinder 50 H.P. [$4000]; The Limousine 4-cylinder 50 H.P. [$5000]
American Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p., illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 2
The American Simplex Thirty-Fifty 1910 Motor Car
1910
Models: Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Seven Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Close Coupled [$4000]; Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Roadster [$4000]; Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Limousine [$5300]; Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Landaulet [$5300]
Simplex Motor Car Company, Mishawaka, Indiana – S. J. Wise & Co., 1706 Broadway, New York, New York
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 3
Buick Specifications – Buick reputation is established. We are not experimenting at your expense. Buick customers are satisfied automobile owners. Ask your neighbor-he has one.
1910
Models: Model 10 4-cylider 18 H.P. Three-Passenger Single Rumble [$1000]; Model 10 4-cylider 18 H.P. Four-Passenger [$1050]; Model 10 4-cylider 18 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$1150]; Model 16 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Tourabout [$1750]; Model 16 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Toy Tonneau; Model 17 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$1750]; Model 17 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$2750]; Model 17 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$2750]; Model 19 4-cylinder 24-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1400]; Model F Truck [$1250]; Model F Delivery Wagon [$1600]
Buick Motor Company, Broadway at 55th St., New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 4
Columbia
1910
Models: Mark 48 Lot 4 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Mark 48 Lot 4 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$2750]; Mark 48 Lot 4 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3850]; Mark 48 Lot 4 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$3950]
The Columbia Motor Car Company, Hartford, Connecticut
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 5
The Hatfield – “It Delivers the Goods”
Models: 2-cylinder 18 H.P. Chassis on hard tires [$850]; 2-cylinder 18 H.P. Chassis on pneumatic tires [$1000]
The Hatfield Company, Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 6
Knox – Progress of Motor Fire Fighting Apparatus, Reprint from The Motor Truck, December 1910
1910
Models: Knox Chemical Engine
Knox
6 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 7
Lozier Motor Cars
1910
Models: “Big Four” Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Touring Car [$5000];”Big Four” Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Briarcliff Runabout [$5000];”Big Four” Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Limousine [$6000]; “Big Four” Type H 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Landaulet [$6100]; “Big Six” Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$6000]; “Big Six” Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Briarcliff Runabout [$6000]; “Big Six” Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Limousine [$7000]; “Big Six” Type I 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Landaulet [$7100]
The Lozier Motor Company, 56th Street and Broadway, New York, New York – Works at Plattsburg, New York
35 p.; illustrations [Designed, engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 8
Metz – The Metz Plan Car
1910
Models: 2-cylinder 12 H.P.
Metz, Waltham, Massachusetts
12 p. typewritten; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 9
Owen – Owen Siftings, Vol. 1, No. 2
1910 (1911)
Models: 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Berlin [$5,400]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$4000]
Owen Motor Car Co., Dept. S, 1632 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 10
Paige-Detroit – Highest Grade Small Car in the World, Biggest Value, Most Powerful – 1910 Sensation
1910
Models: 3-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster [$800]
Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., 224 to 258 Twenty-first Street, Detroit, Michigan
3 p.; illustrations [F. J. Stroup Printing Co.]

3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 11
Pierce-Arrow Sixes 1909-1910 – includes letter about prices for reconstructed cars 1906 – 1908
1910
Models: 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Runabout [$3850]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Runabout [$4850]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Runabout [$5850]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Four-Passenger Miniature Tonneau [$4000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Four-Passenger Miniature Tonneau [$4850]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Miniature Tonneau [$5850]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Brougham [$4900]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Landaulet [$5000]; 6-passenger 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Suburban [$6100]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Suburban [$7100]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landau [$6200]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Landau [$7200]
The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company, 752 Main St., Buffalo, New York – Harrolds Motor Car Co., 233-237 West 54th Street, New York, New York
32 p. & letter; illustrations [Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]

3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 12
Rapid Motor Vehicles – Catalog G
1910
Models: Model F 11A One-Ton Delivery; Model F 21A One-Ton Delivery; Model F 22B 1½-Ton Delivery; Model F 31A One-Ton Delivery; Model F 32B 1½-Ton Delivery; Model F 61B One-Ton Truck; Model F 62C 1½-Ton Truck; Model F 71B One-Ton Truck; Modle F 72C 1½-Ton Truck; Model F 81B One-Ton Truck; Model F 82C 1½-Ton Truck; Model F 92C 1½-2 Ton Furniture Wagon; Model F 212B 12-Passenger Pullman; Model F 216B 16-Passenger Pullman; Model F 220C 20-Passenger Pullman; Model F 312B 12-Passenger Tourist; Model F 316B 16-Passenger Tourist; Model F 320C 20-Passenger Tourist; Model F 406B Six-Passenger Combination Car; Model F 409C 9-Passenger Combination Car; Model F 420C 20-Passenger Combiation Car; Model F 516A 16-Passenger Wagonette; Model F 522C 22-Passenger Wagonette; Model F 600B Opera Bus; Model F 616A Omnibus; Model F 700B Police Patrol; Model F 720C Combination Chemical and Hose Wagon; Model F 900B Hospital Ambulance; 3-Ton Truck; 5-Ton Truck
Rapid Motor Vehicle Company, Pontiac, Michigan
64 p.; illustrations [Etheridge Press, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 13
Rauch & Lang Electric Carriages
1910
Models: Model 20 Stanhope [$1900]; Model 20 Coupe [$2200]; Model 22 Stanhope [$2100]; Model 22 Extension Coupe [$2500]; Model 23 Victoria [$2200]; Model 24 Extension Coupe [$2700]; Model 133 Runabout [$2100]; Model 224 Stanhope [$2250]; Model 224 Coupe [$2550]; Model 224 Extension Coupe [$2700]; Model 244 Victoria [$2450]; Model 244 Extension Coupe [$2800]
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Company, 2180 West 25th Street, Cleveland, Ohio
22 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]

3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 14 (almost identical to 3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 15)
Saurer Motor Trucks
1910
Models: 1-2 Ton Truck; 3-4 Ton Truck; 15 Persons Omnibus; 35 Person Omnibus
Saurer Motor Trucks, Motor Mart, 1876 Boradway, New York, New York – 30 Church Street, New York, New York – Manufacturer: Adolph Saurer, Arbon, Switzerland
6 p. – note mispagination; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 15 (almost identical to 3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 14)
Saurer Motor Trucks
1910
Models: 1-2 Ton Truck; 3-4 Ton Truck; 15 Persons Omnibus; 35 Person Omnibus
Saurer Motor Trucks, Motor Mart, 1876 Broadway, New York, New York – 30 Church Street, New York, New York – Manufactuerer: Adolph Saurer, Arbon, Switzerland
6 p. note mispagination; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 16
Speedwell
1910
Models: Model 10 H 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Two, Three or Four-Passenger Roadster with semi-racer body [$2500]; Model 10 D 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model 10 K 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Close-Coupled Car [$2500]; Model 10 G 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Speedwell “Special” [$2650]; Model 10 C 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2500]; Model 10-F 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]; Model 10 E 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3850]
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
22 p.; illustrations [Designed, engraved and printed by The Zeese-Wilkinson Co., New York City]
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 17
Stevens-Duryea Motor Cars
1910
Models: Model “X” 25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2850]
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 63, No. 18
Stevens-Duryea Motor Cars – Being a Description of Stevens-Duryea Simplicity and the Unit Power Plant
1910
Models: Model Y 6-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; Model Y 6-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$5000]; Model AA 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3300]; Model AA 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Light Touring Roadster [$3300]; Model X 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3900]; Model X 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2850]; Model X 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Four-Passenger Light Touring Roadster [$2850]; Model AA 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4300]
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
36 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 64 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – T 1911

3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 1
The Auto-Tri Package Car [Three Wheel Delivery Van]
1911
Models: Auto-Tri Package Car Single-cylinder 8 H.P. [$500]
Auto-Tri Manufacturing Co., 1738 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York
16 p., illustrations [The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 2
Cameron Cars
1911
Models: Model 26 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Two-Passenger Flyer [$885]; Model 24 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$800]; Model 25 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$825]; Model 27 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,050]; Model 25A 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$850]; Model 25B 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Four-Passenger Surrey [$875]
Cameron Car Company, Beverly, Massachusetts
26 p.; illustrations [The Richbell Press, Mamaroneck, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 3
E-M-F
1911
Models: E-M-F “30” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1,000]
E-M-F Company, Detroit, Michigan
2 p. (foldover) [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 4
E-M-F
1911
Models: E-M-F “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,000]
E-M-F Company, Detroit, Michigan
2 p. (foldover) [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 5
E-M-F – The Autobiography of an Automobile, by “Bullet” (as told by Paul Hale Bruske), an E-M-F “30” Veteran of 73,000 Miles – An unintentional experiment in motor car longevity-Its significance and importance to every prospective owner of an Automobile.
1911
Models: Model “30”
E-M-F Company, Detroit, Michigan
23 p.; illustrations [Speaker-Hines Press, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 6
E-M-F
1911
Models: E-M-F “30” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$1,000]
E-M-F Company, Detroit, Michigan
2 p. (foldover) [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 7
Ford: Price List of Parts For Model K Touring Car and Roadster
1911
Models: Model K Touring Car; Model K Roadster; 6-cylinder Roadster – for 1906, 1907, 1908
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – 1723 Broadway, New York, New York
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 8
Goodrich Automobile Tires – Consumers Prices – Effective Dec. 1, 1910
1911
The B.F. Goodrich Company, Akron, Ohio
19 p.
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 9
K-R-I-T Motor Cars – Built in Detroit by Men who “know how”
1911
Models: K-R-I-T 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Runabout [$800]; Ball-Bearing 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. K-R-I-T [$900]; K-R-I-T 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Roadster [$825]; K-R-I-T 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Surrey [$975]; K-R-I-T 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Coupe [$1275]; K-R-I-T Model “U” 4-cylinder 22½ H.P. Two-Passenger Underslung Roadster [$1,200]
The Krit Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
28 p.; illustrations [L. S. & B, Illustrating Co., Cleveland]

3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 10
McIntyre Motor Cars – “The Name That Stands for Quality” in commerical construction – Guaranteed by forty years’ experience in building Highest Grade Business Wagons and eight years of Motor Car Manufacturing.
1911
Models: Model XXI 4-cylinder 30 H.P. 2500 pounds Express [$1650]; Model XIV 2-cylinder 24 H.P. 2000 pounds Express [$1350]; Model V 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Standard Body [$1500]; Model VII 2-cylinder 20 H.P. 1500 pounds Express [$1000]; Model 211 2-cylinder 20 H.P. 1200 pounds Standard Body [$800]; Model 251 2-cylinder 20 H.P. 1200 pounds Express [$750]; Model 519 2-cylinder 14 H.P. 600 pounds Standard Body [$550]; Model “U” 2-cylinder 14 H.P. 500 pounds Standard Body [$465]; Model 250 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Telephone Trouble Wagon
W. H. McIntyre Co., Auburn, Indiana
32 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 11
“Breech-Block” – “The Plug with the Handle” – The Gentleman’s Spark Plug – “Breech-Block” Spit-Fire
1911
A. R. Mosler & Co., 163 West 29th St., New York, New York
18 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 12
Mosler Ignition Specialties – Mosler Spit-Fire Plugs – Powerful as the Fires of Vesuvius – Mosler’s “Spit-Fire” Lead The World
1911
A. R. Mosler & Co., 163 West 29th St., New York, New York
22 p.; illustrations [Continental Printing & P.C. Co., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 13
Motorette – Motorette Men, Vol. 1, No. 4, April 1911
1910
Models: Model N Transcontinental Motorette [$500] [Three-wheel vehicle]
The C. W. Kelsey Mfg. Co., Hartford, Connecticut
20 p.; illustrations [The Service Corporation, Troy, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 14
Motorette – Questions and Answers
1911
Models: Model M 2-cylinder 7-8 H.P. Two-Passenger; Model N 2-cylinder 7-8 H.P. Delivery Car
The C. W. Kelsey Mfg. Co., Hartford, Connecticut
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 15
Petrel Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model 25 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Straight Line Torpedo [$850]; Model 75 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door [$1600]; Model 35 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Straight Line Torpedo [$1,000]; Model 40 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Gentlemen’s Roadster [$1,350]; Model 45 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Open Touring Car [$1,500]; Model 65 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Fore-Door [$1,600]; Model 55 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Open Touring Car [$1500]
Petrel Motor Car Co., Fourth Avenue and Virginia Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 16
Rauch & Lang Electrics
1911
Models: No. 30 Stanhope [$1900]; No. 31 Stanhope [$2,000]; No. 32 Chain Drive Stanhope [$2,150]; No. 33 Shaft Drive Stanhope [$2,150]; No. 324 Chain Drive Stanhope [$2,250]; No. 325 Shaft Drive Stanhope [$2,250]; No. 34 Chain Drive Victoria [$2,350]; No. 35 Shaft Drive Victoria [$2,350]; No. 344 Chain Drive Victoria [$2,450]; No. 345 Shaft Drive Victoria [$2,450]; No 35 Chain Drive Victoria [$2,200]; No. 37 Shaft Drive Victoria [$2,200]; No. 34 Chain Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,600]; No. 344 Shaft Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,700]; No. 35 Shaft Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,700]; No. 345 Shaft Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,800]
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Co., 2180 West 25th St., Cleveland, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 17
Stearns – A few expressions of opinion from owners who have had experience with Cars using the Silent Knight Sleeve Valve Motor
1910
Models:
The F. B. Stearns Company, Cleveland, Ohio
22 p. [The Corday and Gross Company, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 18
The Thomas Flyer – Champion Endurance Car of the World
1911
Models: Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Five-Passenger Flyabout [$6,000]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$6,000]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Eight Passenger Limousine [$7,500]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Eight-Passenger Landaulet [$7,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Four-Passenger “Long Stroke” Flyabout [$3,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 “Long Stroke” Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Seven-Passenger “Long Stroke” Limousine [$5,000]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Seven-Passenger “Long Stroke” Landaulet [$5,150]; Thomas Town Car Model R 4-28 Six-Passenger Brougham [$4,000]; Thomas Town Car Model R 4-28 Six-Passenger Limousine [$4,100]; Thomas Town Car Model R 4-28 Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,250]
E. R. Thomas Motor Company, Buffalo, New York
30 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 64, No. 19
The Thomas Flyer Line – Advance Booklet
1911
Models: Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6,000]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Five-Passenger Flyabout [$6,000]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$6,000]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Eight Passenger Limousine [$7,500]; Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Eight-Passenger Landaulet [$7,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Four-Passenger “Long Stroke” Flyabout [$3,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 “Long Stroke” Three or Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3,500]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Seven-Passenger “Long Stroke” Limousine [$5,000]; Thomas Flyer Model M 6-40 Seven-Passenger “Long Stroke” Landaulet [$5,150]; Thomas Town Car Model R 4-28 Six-Passenger Brougham [$4,000]; Thomas Town Car Model R 4-28 Six-Passenger Limousine [$4,100]; Thomas Town Car Model R 4-28 Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,250]
E. R. Thomas Motor Company, Buffalo, New York
36 p.; illustrations [The Hammond Press, Buffalo, New York]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 65 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – PA 1911

3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 1
Atlas Motor Car Company – Atlas Perfected Two-Cycle Engine
1911
Models: Model K 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Five-Passenger Taxicab [$2400]; Model O 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2400]; Model N 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Runabout [$1250]; Model L 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Delivery Wagon [$2000]
Atlas Motor Car Company, Springfield, Massachusetts
8 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 2
The Autocar Commercial Cars: Instruction Book
1911
Models:
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
24 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 3
11th International Automobile Show, December 31, 1910 – January 7, 2011 – Official Program – Price, Five Cents – Also, 1st International Aviation Show – Grand Central Palace, Lexington Avenue between 43rd and 44th Streets, New York, New York
1911
American Motor Car Manufacturers Exhibit Association
16 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 4
Importers Automobile Salon, January 2, 1911 – January 7, 1911
1911
Cars Exhibited: Benz, Darracq, De Dio Bouton, English Daimler, C.G.V., Itala,

Isotta

, Napier, Panhard, Peugeot, Renault, S.P.A., S.P.Q., Vinot, Zedel – Special Exhibit, Burr & Co.
Hotel Astor, Forty Fifth Street and Broadway, New York, New York
58 p.; Illustrations [Vreeland Advertising Press, 113-117 W. 31st Street, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 5
Buick Motor Cars – Pocket Edition
1911
Models: Model 32 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$800]; Model 33 4-cylinder Touring Car [$950]; Model 26 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,050]; Model 27 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,150]; Model 21 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,500]; Model 38 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,850]; Model 39 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,850]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
18 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 6
Diamond Tires – Tire Talks by Buick Owners
1911
The Diamond Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations [The Commercial Printing Co., Akron, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 7
Cameron Commercial Cars
1911
Models: 1000 lbs. Delivery Car; 1500 lbs. Light Truck
Cameron Car Co., Beverly, Massachusetts
7 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 8
Carhartt – How to Go
1911
Models: Carhartt [$2250]
The Carhartt Automobile Corporation, 1524 Jefferson Ave., at Townsend, Detroit, Michigan – New York Office: Plaza Hotel, Fifth Ave. at 59th St., New York, New York
5 p.; illustrations [Allied Printing, Detroit, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 9
Chadwick – “The Chadwick Wins”
1911
Models: The Great Chadwick Six 60 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$5500]; The Great Chadwick Six 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5500]; The Great Chadwick Six 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$5500]
Chadwick Engineering Works, Pottstown, Pennsylvania
12 p.; illustrations [Prepared by Tracy-Parry Company, Philadelphia – Printed by E.A. Wright Bank Note, Philadelphia]
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 10
Dorris Cars: Price List and Parts Book – September 1, 1911
1911
Models: Model “F”
Dorris Motor Car Co., St. Louis, Missouri
23 p.
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 11
The “Everitt 30”: Parts Price List – 1910-1911
1911
Models: “Everitt 30” Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$1350]; “Everitt 30” Four-Passenger Coupe [$1750]; “Everitt 30” Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring CAr [$1400]; “Everitt 30” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1350]; “Everitt 30” 1000 pounds Delivery Car [$1350]; “Everitt 30” Four-Passenger Close-Coupled Fore Door Touring Car [$1400]
Metzger Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 12
Firestone-Columbus – Users Say
1911
[Firestone-Columbus]
4 p.
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 13
Ford Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Touring Car; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Torpedo Runabout; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Open Runabout; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Roadster; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Town Car; Model T 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Coupé
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – 1723 Broadway, New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 14
Hewitt Motor Trucks – Simple, Practical, Strong
1911
Models: Two-Ton Truck [Chassis $2,750]; Three-Ton Truck [Chassis $3,000]; Five-Ton Truck [Chassis $5,000]; Seven-Ton Truck [Chassis $5,500]; Ten-Ton Truck [Chassis $6,000]
Metzger Motor Car Company (formerly Hewitt Motor Co.), 6-8-10 East 31st St., New York, New York
10 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 15
Matheson: Price List of Parts – Silent Six – 1910-1911
1911
Models: Model 18; Model 24
Matheson Automobile Compay, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
47 p.
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 16
“Maxwell”: Instruction Book
1911
Models: Model E 4-cylinder; Model G 4-cylinder; Model I 4-cylinder; Model Q 4-cylinder; Model EA 4-cylinder; Model GA 4-cylinder; Model AB 4-cylinder;
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Company, Tarrytown, New York
31 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 17
Metz – Wise Old Owl and the Car
1911
Models: 2-cylinder 12 H.P. Metz Plan Car [$378]; Metz Car Assembled [$475]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 18
Overland – The Overland Cars for 1911, Preliminary Announcement
1911
Models: Model 37 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Light Delivery Wagon [$1,000]; Model 45 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger [$775]; Model 46 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger [$850]; Model 38 4-cylinder 24 H.P. Four-Passenger Light Touring Car [$1,000]; Model 40 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two, Three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$1,200]; Model 49 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1,095]; Model 50 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo [$1,250]; Model 41 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Light Touring Car [$1,300]; Model 42 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,400]; Model 51 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,250]; Model 52 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,600]; Model 53 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,600]; Model 54 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1,675]; Model 47 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$900]; Model 55 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1,300]
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio – Indianapolis, Indiana
20 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 65, No. 19
Packard Motor Cars – Information
1911
Models: Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Phaeton [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Close-Coupled [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Runabout [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Limousine [$5,450]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Landaulet [$5,550]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Coupe [$4,900]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Open Car [$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Close-Coupled [$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Runabout [$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Limousine [$4,400]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Landaulet [$4,500]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Coupe [$3,900]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
126 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 66 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues Pe – Z 1911

3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 1
Peerless: Parts Price List
1911
Models: Model 31; Model 32; Model 29
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio
80 p. and inserts, illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 2
Petrel: Parts Price List
1911
Models: Type D; Type E; Type F
Petrel Motor Car Company, 470-480 Virginia Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
16 p. [Press of S. E. Tate Printing Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin]
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 3
R-O Motor Cars – The R-O for 1911
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Berlin Limousine [$4,800]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$3,200]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Close Coupled [$3,200]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster [$3,200]
R. M. Owen & Company, Lansing, Michigan – General Sales Agents REO Motor Car Co.
7 p.; illustrations [Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 4
S.G.V. – The S.G.V. Car, 1911 Model
1911
Models: 22.5 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; 22.5 H.P. Roadster [$2500]; 22.5 H.P. Four-Passenger Close-Coupled [$2500]; 22.5 H.P. Landau-Brougham [$3500]; 22.5 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$3500]; 22.5 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$3500]; 22.5 H.P. Runabout [$2500]
The Acme Motor Car Co., Reading, Pennsylvania
22 p.; illustrations [Geo. A. Wolf, Wilmington, Del.]
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 5
Sultan Town Cars – The Sultan Town Car
1911
Models: Town Car
Sultan Motor Company, Springfield, Massachusetts – New York Salesroom: 1659 Broadway, New York, New York
5 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 6
Van “22” – The Car for You
1911
Models: Van “22” 4-cylinder Roadster [$850]
Van Motor Car Co., Grand Haven, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 7
Studebaker – Up to Date – Folder No. 352 – Studebaker-Garford
1911
Models: Studebaker-Garford “40” Model “G-7” 4-cylinder Touring Car; Model “G-7” 4-cylinder Limousine; Model “G-7” 4-cylinder Speed Car; Model “G-7” 4-cylinder Tourabout; Model “G-7” 4-cylinder Landaulet
Studebaker Automobile Company, South Bend, Indiana
22 p.; illustrations [The Lakeside Press, Chicago – R.R. Donnelly & Sons Co.]
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 8
Waverly Electric – The Silent Waverly Electric: Price Parts List
1911
Models: 1909-1910-1911 Models – Model 78; Model 70C; Model 76; Model 74; Model 81; Model 75C; Model 69
The Waverly Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
45 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 9
Westcott Forty Five Fifty
1911
Models: Model U 45-50 4-cylinder Speedster [$2,000]; Model R 45-50 4-cylinder Fore Door Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]; Model H 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$1,850]; Model J 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car [$2,000]; Model s 45-50 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$2,100]
Westcott Motor Car Company, Richmond, Indiana – Sales Department: Indianapolis, Indiana
6 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 10
Winton: Price List of Parts for Winton Six – Corrected to September 15, 1911
1911
Models: Model 17-B
The Winton Motor Car Co., Berea Road at Madison Avenue and the L.S & M.S. Ry., Cleveland, Ohio
31 p.
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 11
Winton – Winton Six – Goes the route like coasting down hill.
1911
Models: Winton Six 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Runabout [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Torpedo [$3250]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Landaulet [$4500]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Limousine [$4250]
The Winton Motor Car Co., Berea Road at Madison Avenue and the L.S & M.S. Ry., Cleveland, Ohio – Winton Building, Broadway at 70th St., New York, New York
61 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 66, No. 12
Zedel – “Like a Swiss Watch” – Made in France
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 12 H.P. [Chassis $2,250]; 4-cylinder 15-20 H.P. [Chassis $3,000]
Zedel, 2120 Broadway, New York, New York
4 p.

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3-TOP p.v. 67 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – R 1911

3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 1
The American: Nineteen-Eleven Price List of Parts
1911
Models: Traveler; Roadster; Tourist
American Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
34 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 2
The Autocar, Commercial Cars: Parts Price List
1911
Models: Type XVIII; Type XXI
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
38 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 3
Cadillac – The Largest Producers of High Grade Motor Cars in the World
1911
Models: “Thirty” 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$1700]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1800]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1850]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$1700]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3000]; “Thirty” 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$2250]
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Bros. Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 4
Cartercar: Price List of Parts – First Edition-Preliminary – Effective September 1, 1911
1911
Models: Model M
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 5
Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal, Vol. 16, July – September 1911, articles pp 117 – 132
Covers E.M.F. “30”; Case; Three-Speed Flanders “20”
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 6
Cole 30: Price List of Parts with Instructions for Operation and Care – This List governs all 1911 cars where Serial Number is above 2000 and under 3500
1911
Models: Model “O”; Model “Q”; Model “M”; Model “L”; Model “S”
Cole Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
34 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 7
Knox Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Chassis [$2750]; Model “R” Series B 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Standard Touring Car [$3300]; Model “R” Series A 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Tonneauette [$3350]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Close Coupled [$3250]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3400]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Double Rumble Raceabout, Series A [$3300]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Standard Raceabout [$3200]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$4250]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Six-Passenger Fore-Door Limousine [$4400]; Model “R” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4250]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Chassis [$4300]; Model “S” Series B 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5000]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Toneauette [$4900]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Double Rumble Raceabout [$4800]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Standard Limousine [$6250]; Model “S” 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Fore-Door Limousine [$6400]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Sportabout [$4700]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Raceabout [$4700]; Model “M” 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Touring Car [$5000]; Model “M”4-cylinder 48 H.P. Limousine [$6000] (Commercial vehicles – see No. 8)
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts
75 p.; illustrations [The F.A. Bassette Company, Printers, Springfield, Massachusetts – Engravings by the Mason Studio]
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 8
Knox Motor Trucks – Knox Commercial Motor Vehicles
1911
Models: Model R-17 5-Ton Truck [Chassis $4,200]; Model R-16 4-Ton Truck [Chassis $4,000]; R-15 3-Ton Truck [Chassis $3,850]; Model R-14 2-Ton Truck [Chassis $3.650]; Model R-7 2-Ton Truck [Chassis $3,400]; Model R-5 2-Ton Truck [Chassis $3,250]; Model M-3 2-Ton Civic and Fire Vehicle [Chassis $4,500]; Model M-4 2-Ton Civic and Fire Vehicle [Chassis $4,300]; Model G-14 2-Ton Truck [Chassis $3,500]; Model 64 1-Ton Chassis for Ambulance and Patrol Wagons [$3,100]
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts
40 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 9
The Lambert Models – Lambert Friction Drive Automobiles – “The Ultimate Car”
1912
Models: Model 99A 4-cylinder 40 H. P. Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1700]; Model 99B 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo Touring Car [$1700]; Model 99C 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$1650]; Model 66B 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Four-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1400]; Model 66C 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1500]
The Buckeye Manufacturing Company, Anderson, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 10
“Maxwell” – The “Maxwell” Automobile for Nineteen Eleven
1911
Models: Model EA 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,400]; Model GA 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1,400]; Model GA 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,400]; Model I 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car [$950]; Model Q 3-11 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$800]; Model Q-11 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Runabout [$750]; Model AB 2-cylinder 16 H.P. Runabout [$600]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Company, Division United States Motor Company, Tarrytown, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago – New York]
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 11
The Nance – Advance Sheets
1911
Models: 35-40 H.P. Six Runabout [$1900]; 35-40 H.P. Touring Car [$1900]
Nance Motor Car Company, Twelfth and Vine Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 12
Unbiased Description of The Nance Six Motor Car – Appearing in The Cycle & Automobile Trade Journal, January 1911 Issue
1911
Models: Six Runabout [$1900]; Touring Car [$1900]
Nance Motor Car Company, Twelfth and Vine Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 67, No. 13
Rambler Magazine, No. 49 – See Library Catalog
The Thomas B. Jeffery Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin

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3-TOP p.v. 68 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – E 1911

3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 1
Allen-Kingston – A-K 1911 Model
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Runabout (Gentleman’s Roadster) [$4250]; 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Racer, Meadowbrook Type [$3990]; 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$4300]; 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4400]
Allen-Kingston Motor Car Co., Head Offices and Salesrooms: 1934 Broadway, bet. 64th & 65th Streets, New York, New York – Factory at Bristol Connecticut
8 p., illustrations [The Premiere Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 2
America “40” – A Car of Quality and Durability
1911
Models: Model H 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Torpedo [$2250]; Model S 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car[$2250]; Model W 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2100]; Model F 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$2450]
Motor Car Company of America, 2100 Broadway, New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 3
Apperson – Instructions for the Care and Operation of Famous Apperson Cars and Illustrated Price List of Parts – Book No. 25
1911
Models: Model Four-Thirty; Model Four-Forty; Model M 40 H.P.; Model O 30 H.P. (Engines)
Apperson Bros. Automobile Co., Kokomo, Indiana
50 p.; illustrations [Etheridge Press, Grand Rapids, Mich.]
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 4
Famous Apperson Cars – The Jack Rabbit Car – Book No. 26
1911
Models: Model Four-Thirty Five-Passenger Touring Type [$2,000]; Model Four-Thirty Four-Passenger Detachable Tonneau [$2,000]; Model Four-Thirty Runabout [$2,000]; Model Four-Thirty Three-Passenger Runabout [$2,050]; Model Four-Thirty Five-Passenger Fore-Door [$2,250]; Model Four-Forty Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model Four-Fifty Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,200]
Apperson Bros. Automobile Co., Kokomo, Indiana
20 p.; illustrations [Etheridge Press, Grand Rapids, Mich.]
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 5
Brush – Everyman’s Car $485.00 – Preliminary Announcement
1911
Models: Model “E” Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Coupé [$850]; Model E Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$485]; Model E 24 Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Runabout [$500]; Model E 26 Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Runabout [$600]; Model E 28 Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Runabout [$505]
Brush Runabout Company, Division of United States Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan
12 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House , Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 6
Cadillac: Price List of Parts – First Edition – Effective February 1st, 1911
1911
Models: Model “Thirty”
Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
72 p. & 3-page corrections insert; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 7
Cameron Marine Engines
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 12-16 H.P.
Cameron Car Company, Beverly, Massachusetts
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 8
Cameron Cars
1911
Models: Model 27 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,050]; Model 28 4-cylinder Fore Door Runabout [$1,000]; Model 24 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Open Back Runabout [$800]; Model 29 4-cylinder Fore Door Touring Car [$1,250]; Model 26 4-cylinder Flyer [$885]; Model 25 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Closed Back Runabout [$825]; Model 25-A 4-cylinder three-Passenger Roadster [$850]; Model 25-B 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Surrey [$875]; Model 30 6-cylinder Fore Door Runabout [$1,250]; Model 31 6-cylinder Fore Door Touring Car [$1,550]; Cameron Marine Motors
Cameron Car Co., Beverly, Massachusetts
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 9
Carhartt – A Story and its Application
1911
Models:
Carhartt Automobile Sales Company [The Carhartt Automobile Corporation, 1524 Jefferson Ave., at Townsend, Detroit, Michigan]
3 p. [Press of Robert L. Stillson Company, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 10
Chalmers – Book of Instruction
1911
Models: Model M Chalmers “30” Touring Car
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
56 p.; illustrations [Written by Charles M. Steele, Printed by the Speaker-Hines Printing Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 11
Charron Cars – Touring and Town Cars – Catalogue of 1911 Models
1911
Models: 2-cylinder 10 H.P. Chassis; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Chassis; 4-cylinder 22 H.P. Chassis; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Chassis; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Special Chain Driven; 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Chassis; 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Chain Driven
Charron Ltd., Sole Agents in USA – Messrs Ducass and Company, 735 7th Avenue (Cor. 49th St.), New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations [Office D’Éditions D’art, 3, Rue de Castellane, Paris]
3-TOP p.v. 68, No. 12
Everitt Motor Cars
1912
Models: “Six-48” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]; “Six-48” Two-Passenger Roadster [$1850]; “Six-48” Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]; “Six-48” Six-Passenger Touring Car [$1900]; “Four-36” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; “Four-36″Two-Passenger Roadster [$1500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1250]
Metzger Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 69 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues F 1911

3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 1
Flanders 20: Prlce List of Parts
1911
Models: Model “S” — Suburban; Runabout; Racy Roadster
E-M-F Company, Detroit, Michigan
78 p., illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 2
Ford Times, Vol. 4, No. 7, March 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 3
Ford Times, Vol. 4, No. 8, April 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 4
Ford Times, Vol. 4, No. 10, June 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 5
Ford Times, Vol. 4, No. 11, July 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 6
Ford Times, Vol. 4, No. 12, August 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 7
Ford Times, Vol. 4, No. 13, September 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 8
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 1, October 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 9
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 2, November 1911 – See Catalog
3-TOP p.v. 69, No. 10
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 3, December 1911 – See Catalog

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3-TOP p.v. 70 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues G – W 1911

3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 1
Grout – The Powerful Grout Motor Cars – Fourteenth Announcement
1911
Models: Model AA 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model BB 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2500]; Model CC 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Two, Three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$2400]
Grout Automobile Company, Orange, Massachuetts
16 p.; illustrations [The Barta Press, Boston]
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 2
Havers Motor Cars – Havers Six
1911
Models: Havers “Six” 34 H.P. Roadster [$1500]; Havers “Six” 34 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourist [$1650]
Havers Motor Car Company, Port Huron, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 3
Hudson – The Hudson for 1911
1911
Models: Model “33” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Torpedo [$1350]; Model “33” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Pony Tonneau [$1300]; Model “33” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model “20” 4-cylinder 26 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1000]
Hudson Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
28 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 4
Hupmobile – Guaranteed for Life – The 4 Cylinder 20 H.P. Car Extraordinary
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$750]; 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo [$850]; 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$900]; 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupé [$1,100]
Hup Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 5
King Motor Cars
1911
Models: “King Silent Thirty-six” 4-cylinder Fore-door Touring Car [$1565]; “King Silent Thirty-six” 4-cylinder Fore-door Roadster [$1565]
King Motor Car Company, 1559 West Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations, letter insert
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 6
Knox – 36 Victories, and only a yearling – The Wonderful Career of the New Model Knox Six-Cylinder 60 H.P. Stock Car
1911
Models: 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Stock Car
Knox Automobile Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
2 p.; illustrations – mailing card
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 7
Reading – The “Reading 40” – Water-Cooled – Powerful – Low Priced – Servicable
1911
Models: “Reading 40” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1,250]; “Reading 40” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1,250]
Middleby Auto Co., Reading, Pennsylvania
9 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 8
Oakland Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model K Special 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1600]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1500]; Model K 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; Model 33 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1200]; Model 24 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$1000]; Model 25 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1150]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Coupé [$1500]
Oakland Motor Car Company, Pontiac, Michigan – Shepherd Motor Car Co., 1659 Broadway, Bet. 51st and 52nd Sts., New York, New York
15 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 9
The Paige-Detroit
1911
Models: 3-cylinder 25 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$800]; 3-cylinder 25 H.P. Physician’s Car [$875]; 3-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car [$900]; 3-cylinder 25 H.P. Two-Passenger Coupé [$1,250]; 3-cylinder 25 H.P. Four-Passenger Surrey
The Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., 224-258 Twenty-first Street, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 10
REO: Instruction Book and Parts Price List
1911
Models: Model “H” Light Truck
REO Motor Truck Company, Lansing, Michigan
25 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 11
REO: Instruction Book and Parts Price List
1911
Models: Model R; Model S; Model S-T
REO Motor Car Co., Lansing, Michigan
25 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 12
Schacht
1911
Models: Model L 4-cylinder 35 to 40 H.P. [$1335]
The Schacht Motor Car Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 13
The Thomas Flyer, Champion Endurance Car of the World – Parts Book
1911
Models: Thomas Flyer 4-60; Thomas Flyer 6-70
E. R. Thomas Motor Company, Buffalo, New York
63 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 70, No. 14
Waverley – The Silent Waverly Electrics – Pocket and Mailing Edition
1911
Models: Model 78 Roadster [$1700]; Model 81 Brougham [$2600]; Model 75-B Brougham [$2100]; Model 75-C Brougham [$2400]; Model 70-B Coupe [$1950]; Model 70-C Coupe [$2150]; Model 76 Victoria Phaeton [$1850]; Model 74 Stanhope [$1600]; Model 69 Runabout [$1225]; Model 60 Surrey [$1900]; Model 53 Stanhope [$1800]
The Waverley Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 71 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – S 1911

3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 1
The Autocar – Commercial Vehicle Catalogue, Series No. 2
1911
Models: Model Twenty-one (XXI) — Bodies (shown): Hotel, Station or Opera Bus; Sight-Seeing Car; Utility Car; Open Delivery Car with Side Screens; Open Express Car; Open Delivery Car with Top; Closed Delivery Car; Furniture Car with Top; Undertaker’s Car; Open Platform Car
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania – The Autocar Sales Co., 80th St. and Broadway, New York, New York – Service Garage: 428-430 West 19th Street, New York, New York
30 p., illustrations [Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 2
The Autocar – Pleasure Motor Vehicles
1911
Models: Model XXIV 4-cylinder 30.6 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2350]; Model XXIV 4-cylinder 30.6 H.P. Four-Door Touring Car [$2350]
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
5 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 3
Benz
1911
Models: 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo; 30 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet; 30 H.P.
Seven- Passenger Touring Car; 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car; 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine; 50 H.P Five-Passenger Torpedo; 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car; 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine; 18-22 H.P. Chassis [$3,250]; 30 H.P. Chassis [$3,850]; 30 H.P. Special Large DeLuxe Chassis [$4,200]; 50 H.P. Chassis [$6,250]
Benz Auto Import Co. of America, 244-246-248 West 54th St., New York, New York
13 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 4
Chase Motor Vehicles – Catalogue No. 6
1911
Models: Model H 3-cylinder 20 H.P. Panel [$1450]; Model H 3-cylinder 20 H.P. Express [$1250]; Model D 3-cylinder 15 H.P. Express [$900]; Model D 3-cylinder 15 H.P. Panel [$1050]; Model K 3-cylinder 20 H.P. Express [$1400]; Model J 3-cylinder 30 H.P. Express [$2200]; Model J 3-cylinder 30 H.P. Stake [$2300]; Model J 3-cylinder 30 H.P. Panel [$2500]; Model H 3-cylinder 20 H.P. Stake [$1300]; Model F as Pleasure Car [$975]; Model H Covered [$1400]
Chase Motor Truck Co., Syracuse, New York – 1876 Broadway, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Designed and Engraved by The Teller-Hurst Engraving Co., Printed at The Mason-Henry Press, Syracuse and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 5
Clarke-Carter: Parts Price List (For Cars up to No. 899]
1911
Models:
Clarke-Carter Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
15 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 6
Croxton … Motor Cars, Taxicabs, Trucks
1911
Models: French 30 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $2000]; French 30 H.P. 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2250]; French 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Suburban [$2500]; French 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2600]; French 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Standard Taxicab [$3300]; French 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Fore Door Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]; German 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Close Coupled Four-Passenger [$3000]; German 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; German 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Fore Door Seven-Passenger [$3250]; 2000 Lb. Trucks and Delivery Wagons
The Croxton Motor Company, 2260-2262 E. 69th Street, Cleveland, Ohio
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 7
Cunningham
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Runabout [$3,250]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Close-Coupled; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Torpedo; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Coupé
James Cunningham, Son & Company, Rochester, New York – Whiting Motor Company, 1800 Broadway, New York, New York, Distributors for New York and New Jersey
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 8
The Gramm – Gramm Commerical Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model 5 Five Ton Truck [Chassis $4,500]; Model 3 Three Ton Truck [Chassis $3,500]; Model 2 Two Ton Truck [Chassis $2,500]; Model 1 Ton [Chassis $1,800]
The Gramm Motor Car Company, Lima, Ohio
13 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 9
The Great Smith Automobile – A Simple Little Story of A Great Simple Car
1911
Models: Model XXI 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,650]; Model XXII 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$2,500]; Model XXIII 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Cruiser [$2,500; 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Tourabout [$2,250]
Smith Automobile Company, Topeka, Kansas
14 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 10
The Powerful Grout Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model 45D 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$2850]; Model 45 F 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model 45E 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring [$2,750]; Model 45G 4-cylinder Tonneauette [$2,500]; Model 35H 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1850]; Model 35 I 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Tonneauette [$1,850]
Grout Automobile Company, Orange, Massachusetts
35 p.; illustrations [A Mugford Co, Worcester]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 11
The Lancia Car – Built by the Man Who Knows, Vincenzo Lancia
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 20 H.P Chassis [$3,300]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Chassis [$3,500] – Bodies: Runabout; Close-Coupled; Landaulet; Brougham; Limousine; Inside Driven Coupe
The Hol-Tan Co., 1741 Broadway, New York, New York
20 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 12
Metallurgique
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Chassis [$2,900]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Chassis [$3,750]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. [$4,750]; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. [$5,800] – Bodies: Standard Double Phaeton; De Luxe Phaeton; Vanden Plax Landaulette; Vanden Plas Limousine; Cabriolet De Luxe by Vanden Plas; Two-Seated Body; Berlien de Voyage
Metallurgique Motor Co., 1934 Broadway, New York, New York
27 p.; illustrations [The Premier Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 13
Primo Motor Cars – Advance Bulletin of 1911 Models – “The Southern Car for Southern Men”
1911
Models: Model R-11 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Roadster [$1,500]; Model TT-11 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1,750]; Model F-P 11 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,750]
Primo Motor Company, Forsyth Building, Atlanta, Georgia
14 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 14
Quinby – Quinby for Quality – Automobile Body Catalog – Coach Builders and Makers of Light Weight Aluminum Automobile Bodies, Complete Cars
1911
Models: Bodies — Roadster; Runabout; Tonnette; Fore Door Toy Tonneau; Close-Coupled; Five-Pasenger Touring; Fore Door Quinby Limited; Fore Door Five-Pasenger Touring; Seven-Passenger Touring; Seven-Passenger Fore Door Touring; Demi-Limousine; Tuxedo Brougham; Tuxedo Limousine; Five-Passenger Limousine; Seven-Passenger Limousine; Semi-Fore Door Limousine; Fore Door Limousine; Interior Diven Landaulet; Club Landaulet; Landaulet; Coupé Landaulet; Limousine Landaulet; Semi-Fore Door Landaulet; Collabsible Landaulet with SemiFore Door
J. M. Quinby & Co., 21 to 39 Division Street, Newark, New Jersey
37 p.; illustrations [The Essex Press, Printers, Newark and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 15
Rambler Motor Cars: Parts Price List & Instruction Book – Number Thirteen 1911 & Supplementary List
1911
Models: Model Sixty-Three 34 H.P. Touring [$2175]; Model Sixty-Three 34 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2175]; Model Sixty-Three 34 H.P. Roadster [$2105]; Model Sixty-Three 34 H.P. Coupe [$2605]; Model Sixty-Three 34 H.P. Town Car [$2880]; Model Sixty-Four 45 H.P. Touring [$2775]; Model Sixty-Four 45 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$2775]; Model Sixty-Four 45 H.P. Lanaulet [$3650] Model Sixty-Five 45 H.P. Touring [$3050]; Model Sixty-Five 45 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3050]; Model Sixty-Five 45 H.P. Limousine [$4150]
Thomas B. Jeffery Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin – 38-40 West Sixty-second Street, New York, New York
84 p., supplement 19 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Smith Co., Printers, Chicago]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 16
Regal – Special Circular
1911
Models: Model “N” 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$900]; Model “Y” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model “Y” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1250]; Model “Y” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$1850]; Model “Y” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Coupe [$1650]; Model “S” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1750]
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations [John Bornman & Son, Printers, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 17
Renault – Renault Frères, Louis Renault Constructeur
1911
Models: 40-50 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $6,750]; 35-45 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,750]; 25-35 H.P. “American Special” 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,300]; 20-30 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,000]; 18-24 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $4,750]; 14-20 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $4,000]; 12-16 H.P. 4-cylinder “Curved Frame” [Chassis $3,250]; 12-16 H.P. 4-cylinder “Standard” [Chassis $3,000]; 10-12 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $2,500, Taxicab $3,250]; 9-12 H.P. 2-cylinder [Chassis $2,000, Taxicab $2,750]; 8-10 H.P. 2-cylinder [Chassis $1,600, Closed Car $2,350, Runabout $1,750]; Commercial Vehicles – 2-cylinder 12 H.P. 1 Ton [$2,600]; 4-cylinder 14-20 H.P. 2 Ton [$3,750]; 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. 3 Ton [$5,500]; 4-cylinder 25-35 H.P. 5-Ton [$6,000]
Renault Frères Selling Branch, 214-216 West 65th Street, New York, New York – Salesrooms: Broadway and 57th Street, New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations [Gotham Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 18
Speedwell Motor Cars – Advance Announcement
1911
Models: Model 11-F 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Special Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2900]; Model 11-H 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Semi-Racer Two-Passenger Roadster [$2500]; Model 11-K 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Close-Coupled Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]; Model 11-E 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3850]; Model 11-F 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2800]; Model 11-F 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]; Model 11-C 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2625]; Model 11-H 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Special Toy Tonneau, Fore-Doors [$2700]; Model 11-G 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Pasenger Torpedo [$2700]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Cruiser [$3500]
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
17 p.; illustrations [The Ohio Printing Co., Dayton, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 19
Stoddard Dayton Automobiles
1911
Models: “50” 11-F 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; “50” 11-F 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4200]; “50” 11-F 4-cylinder Landaulet [$4000]; “50” 11-K 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3000]; “50” 11-K 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Carr [$2900]; “50” 11-K 4-cylinder Roadster [$2850]; “50” 11-S 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Speedster [$2800]; “40” 11-A 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2300]; “40” 11-C 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2350]; “40” 11-C 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2200]; “30” 11-T 4-cylinder Landaulet [$2700]; “30” 11-T 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$2700]; “30” 11-T 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Coupe [$2350]; “30” 11-B 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; “30” 11-H 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1550]; “20” 11-M 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1275]; “20” 11-L-4 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring-Roadster [$1250]; “20” 11-R-2 4-cylinder Roadster [$1200]; “30” Two and One-Half Ton Truck; “20” Delivery Wagon [$1350]
The Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 71, No. 20
Sultan Motor Cars
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 15-18 H.P. Four-Passenger Taxameter; 4-cylinder 15-18 H.P. Four-Passenger Town Car
Sultan Motor Company, Springfield Massachusetts – 1659 Broadway, New York, New York
12 p.; illustrations [Press of Robert L. Stillson, New York]

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3-TOP p.v. 72 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – W 1911

3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 1
Amplex – The Amplex Motor Cars 30-50 1911 – Not an Assembled Car
1911
Models: 30-50 4-cylinder Roadster [$4300]; 30-50 4-cylinder Close Coupled Car [$4300]; 30-50 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$4300]; 30-50 4-cylinder Touring Car [$4300]; 30-50 4-cylinder Limousine [$5650]
Simplex Motor Car Co., Mishawaka, Indiana
24 p., illustrations [Created and Produced by The MacManus Company, Detroit, Michigan, and the I.H. Blanchard Company, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 2
Carhartt – The “Beautiful” Carhartt Thirty-Five
1911
Models: Model “A” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Touring Car [$2250]; Model “A” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Runabout [$2250]; Model “A” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Fore Door Traveler [$2250]; Model “A” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Limousine or Landaulet [$3500]; Model “A” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Coupe [$2750]; Model “A” 4-cylinder Gunboat Special [$3500]; Model “A” 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$2250]
The Carhartt Automobile Corporation, Detroit, Michigan – New York Office and Salesroom: Plaza Hotel, 59th Street and Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
30 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 3
Crawford
1911
Models: Model 11-30 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,375]; Model 11-30 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1,375]; 11-30 4-cylinder Standard Roadster [$1,350]; 11-30 4-cylinder Closed Front Round Tank Roadster [$1,350]; 11-35 4-cylinder Four or Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1,650]
Crawford Automobile Co., Hagerstown, Maryland
16 p.; illustrations [The Peters Pub. & Ptg Co., Balt.]
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 4
Ford: Price List of Parts – Ford Model T – Prices in effect January 1, 1911
1911
Models: Model T Touring Car; Model T Tourabout; Model T Coupe; Model T Roadster; Model T Town Car
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
26 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 5
KisselKar: Price List of Parts
1911
Models:
[Kissel]
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 6
National “40”
1911
Models: National “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; National “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2,500]; National “40” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Speedway Roadster [$2,500]; National “40” 4-cylinder Limousine [$3,750]; National “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2,800]
National Motor Vehicle Co., Indinapolis, Indiana
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 7
Napier – Noiseless Napier Motors
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Two-Seater [£448]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [£495]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo Body [£517]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulette [£515]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Six-Passenger Saloon Landaulette [£645]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Two-Seater with Leather Hood [£610]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Two-Seater Doctors’ Carriage [£480]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulette [£554]; 6-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [£762]; 6-cylinder 30 H.P.Five-Passenger Touring Car [£718]; 6-cylinder 30 H.P.Six-Passenger Double-Landaulette [£1130]; 6-cylinder 30 H.P.Four-Passenger Cabriolet [£1113]; 6-cylinder 45 H.P. Two-Seater [£1010]; 6-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [£1062]; 6-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Saloon Cabriolet [£1150]; 6-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Double Landaulette [£1090] -6-cylinder 65 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [£1051]; 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Royal Saloon [£1145]; 6-cylinder 90 H.P. Chassis [£1700]; Commercial Vehicle; Marine Motors
S.F. Edge, Ltd., 14 New Burlington St., London, W. – Napier Works: Acton Vale, London – Glentworth & Jackson, 1777 Broadway, New York, New York
36 p.; illustrations [Alf Cooke, Ltd., Leeds and London]

3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 8
Oliver Motor Trucks – The Oliver Car – A Higher Type of Commercial Wagon
1911
Models: Model 10A 2-cylinder Chassis [$1400]; Model 20A 2-cylinder 1500 lbs. Standard Delivery Car [$1500]; Model 30A 2-cylinder 1500 lbs. Standard Delivery Car, with screen body [$1550]; Model 40A 2-cylinder 1500 lbs. Standard Express Car with open flare board body [$1500]; Model 60A 2-cylinder 1500 lbs. Standard Delivery Car with pane body [$1600]
Oliver Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
20 p. & 3 letters; illustrations [Topping & Co., Printers, Detroit]

3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 9a & 9b
Panhard & Levassor: Price List – Chassis Alone Without Tires
1911
Models: 2-cylinder 10 H.P. [$1,650]; 4-cylinder 14 H.P. [$2,280]; 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Shaft Drive [$3,240]; 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Chain Drive [$3,240]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Shaft Drive [$3,840]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Chain Drive [$3,840]; 6-cylinder 25 H.P. [$3,900]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Chain Drive [$4,350]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Shaft Drive [$4,350]; 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Chain Drive [$4,500]; 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Shaft Drive [$4,500]; 6-cylinder 50 H.P. [$5,400]
Panhard & Levassor Automobile Co., 19 Avenue D’Ivry, Paris – 1881 Broadway, New York, New York
1 p., duplicate copy
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 10
Pope-Hartford Automobiles
1911
Models: Model W 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model W 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,250]; Model W 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Pony Tonneau [$3,000]; Model W 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Club Roadster [$3,000]; Model W 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$3,000]; Model Y 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,000]; Model Y 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$4,000]; Model Y 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Pasenger Pony Tonneau [$4,000]; Model W 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine or Landaulet [$4,150]; Chemical and Hose Wagon [$5,250]; Police Patrol [$4,500]; Ambulance [$5,000]
The Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Connecticut
24 p.; illustrations [R. S. Peck & Co., Hartford, Conn.]
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 11
Premier Motor Cars: Price List, Parts and Accessories
1911
Models: Model 30 4-cylinder; Model 40 4-cylinder; Model 45 6-cylinder; Model 60 6-cylinder
Premier Motor Manufacturing Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
27 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 12
The Royal Tourist
1911
Models: Model “M” Series Two 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Touring Car [$4,500]; Model “M” Series Two 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Landaulet [$5,900]; Model “M” Series Two 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Limousine [$5,700]
The Royal Tourist Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio – Branch: Broadway and 62nd Street, New York, New York
20 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 13
Speedwell – The Testimony of Speedwell Owners
1911
Models:
The Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 14
Stearns: Instructions and Price List of Parts – A Descriptive Book of Instructions for the care and operation of Stearns 15-30 – H.P. Cars, Including Detaled Drwings and Price Lists of Spare Parts
1911
Models: 15 H.P.; 30 H.P.
The F.B. Stearns Co., Euclid & Lakeview Avenues & Nickle Plate Tracks, Cleveland, Ohio
46 p.; illustrations [The Central Engraving Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 15
Thomas: Rebuilt Thomas Cars
1911
Models: 1910 “Six-Forty” Model M [$2,200]; 1908 “Six-Seventy” Model K [$1,750]; 1909 6-cylinder Model L [$1,000]; 1909 “Four-Sixty” Model F Seven-Passenger [$1,250]; 1909 Six-Seventy” Model K Flyabout Four Passenger [$2,250]
E.R. Thomas Motor Car Company, Buffalo, New York
6 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 16
Velie Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model G 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1800]; Model I 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$1800]; Model G1 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Fore Door Five-Passenger [$2000]; Model H1 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Racytype Roadster [$2000]; Model H2 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Torpedo Roadster [$1900]; Model H-C 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$2350]; Model G-L 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Town Car [$2650]; Model G-LL 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3000]
Velie Motor Vehicle Co., Moline, Illinois
32 p.; illustrations [Darrow Printing Company, 121 Plymouth Place, Chicago]
3-TOP p.v. 72, No. 17
Whiting Automobiles
1911
Models: Model A 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$750]; Model A 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster with Side Door Body [$775]; Model C “Forty” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1,600]
Whiting Motor Car Co., Flint, Michigan
12 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 73 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – D 1911

3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 1
ALCO Gasoline Motor Cars – With some references to the ALCO Touring Model taken from stock that two years in succssion has won The Vanderbilt Cup
1911
Models: 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Runabout [$6000]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$6000]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Runabout [$4500]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$6750]; 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Landaulet [$6750]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$4500]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Landaulet [$5500]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$5500]; 16 H.P. Cab [$3350]; Three Ton Truck [Chassis $3,400]
American Locomotive Company, 1886 Broadway, New York, New York
36 p., illustrations [Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 2
ALCO – Five Ton Truck / Motor Truck Book
1911
Models: Five Ton Truck [Chassis $4,500]; Three Ton Truck [Chassis $3,400]
American Locomotive Company, 1886 Broadway, New York, New York
6 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press] / 32 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 3
The Detroit Electric
1911
Models: Model “10” Four-Passenger Extension Brougham [$3400]; Model “11” Four-Passenger Brougham [$3200]; Model “12” Two-Passenger Coupe [$3000]; Model “14” Four-Passenger Victoria [$2800]; Model “15” Victoria [$2600]; Model “16” Victoria [$2625]; Model “17” Underslung Roadster [$2600]; Model “18” Torpedo Body Roadster [$2400]; Model “19” Victoria Body Roadster [$2400]; Model “20” Roadster [$2300]; Model “21” Four-Passenger Extension Brougham [$3300]; Model “22” Four-Passenger Brougham [$3100]; Model “23” Victoria [$2500]; Model 601 Commercial Car
Anderson Electric Car Co. (formerly The Anderson Carriage Co.), Detroit, Michigan – 2236 Broadway, Corner 80th St., New York, New York
46 p.; illustrations [Wolverine Press, The Cargill Co., Designers, Engravers, Printers, Detroit – Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 4
Atlas Motor Cars – Perfected Two Cycle Engine
1911
Models: Model N 2-cylinder 20 H.P. Three-Passenger Torpedo Runabout [$1250]; Model O-3 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo Runabout [$2000]; Model O-2 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2250]; Model O 4-cylinder 40 H.P.Five-Passenger Foredoor Touring Car [$2500]; Model O 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Torpedo Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2400]; Model O 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Foredoor Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2550]; Model O 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Torpedo Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2450]; Model O 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Torpedo Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2550]; Model K 20 H.P. Taxicab [$2400]; Model L 20 H.P. Delivery Wagon [$2000]
Atlas Motor Car Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
32 p.; illustrations [Plimpton Press, Printing, Engraving, Binding, Hartford, Conn.]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 5
The Auburn – The Most for the Money – Most Miles-Least Trouble
1911
Models: Model N 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Fore-door Five-Passenger [$1,750]; Model Y 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,700]; Model T 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1,700]; Model M 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Roadster [$1,700]; Model L 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Fore-Door [$1,400]; Model F 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Four-Passenger [$1,400]; Model G 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Touring Car [$1,000]; Model K 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Roadster [$1,000]
The Auburn Automobile Company, Auburn, Indiana
39 p.; illustrations [Cargill, Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 6
Babcock Electric Carriages
1911
Models: Model 5 Runabout [$1600]; Model 6 Victoria [$1900]; Model 10 Coupé [$2300]; Model 14 Four-Passenger Brougham [$2600]; Model 12 Roadster [$2400]; Model 16 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3800]; Model 11 Town Car [$3250]
Babcock Electric Carriage Company, Buffalo, New York
16 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 7
Bergdoll “30” – Backed by Millions
1911
Models: Bergdoll “30” “Louis-J” 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Runabout; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Roadster [$1500]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Four Door Touring [$1600]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Toy-Tonneau [$1600]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Two-Passenger Coupé [$2000]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Taxicab [$2000]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Colonial Coupé [$2500]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Limousine [$2500]; 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Landaulet [$2600]
Louis J. Bergdoll Motor Company, Thirty-First and Dauphin Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Represented by C.R. Teaboldt & Co., 1597 Broadway, New York, New York
6 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 8
Chalmers Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Pony Tonneau [$1600]; Model “30” 4-cylinder three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$1500]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinderFour-Passenger Torpedo [$3000]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinderThree or Four-Passenger Roadster [$2750]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3000]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Coupé [$2400]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$3000]
Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
36 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 9
Cole 30 – Advance Information – The Car You’ll be Proud to Own
1911
Models: Model Q 4-cylinder 30-36 H.P. Five-Passenger “Fore Door” Touring Car [$1650]; Model O 4-cylinder 30-36 H.P. Five-Passenger Palace Touring Car [$1600]; Model M 4-cylinder 30-36 H.P. Four-Passenger “Fore Door” Toy Tonneau [$1650]; Model H 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Flyer, Torpedo Roadster [$1500]
Cole Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana – General Sales Agents: Henderson Motor Sales Company
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 10
Columbia Motor Cars
1911
Models: Mark 85 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Vestibuled Touring Car [$3,650]; Mark 85 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Six-Passenger Vestibuled Roadster [$3,550]; Mark 85 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Vestibuled Close Coupled Roadster [$3,450]; Mark 85 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Vestibule Limousine [$4,800]; Mark 85 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Vestibule Landaulet [$4,900]; Mark 48, Lot 5 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Five-Passenger Vestibuled Touring Car [$2,750]; Mark 48, Lot 5 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Four-Passenger Vestibuled Roadster [$2,750]; Mark 48, Lot 5 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Seven-Passenger Vestibuled Touring Car [$3000]; Mark 48, Lot 5 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Limousine or Landaulet Town Car [$3,850]; Mark 48, Lot 5 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Inside Operated Coupe [$3500]
The Columbia Motor Car Co., Hartford, Connecticut
24 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 11
Corbin Motor Cars – Characteristics of 1911 Corbin Motor Cars, by Victor W. Page, M.E. – Reprinted from New England Automobile Journal, issue of October 22, 1910 & Insert: Munsey Historic Tour, August 16-17, 1910
1911
Models: Model “30” Toy Tonneau [$2000]; Model “30” Touring Car [$2000]; Model “30” Runabout [$2000]; Model “18” Toy Tonneau [$2750]; Model “18” Touring Car [$2750]; Model “40” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model “40” Toy Tonneau [$3000]; Model “40” Torpedo [$3100]; Model “40” Limousine [$4000]
Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut
8 p. & insert; illustrations [Press of N. E. Automobile Journal, Pawtucket, R.I.]
3-TOP p.v. 73, No. 12
Delaunay Belleville Motor Cars
1911
Models: Chassis: 4-cylinder 10 H.P. [$2800]; 6-cylinder 10 H.P. [$3250]; 4-cylinder 15 H.P. [$3500]; 6-cylinder 15 H.P. [$4000]; 6-cylinder 25 H.P. [$5100]; 4-cylinder 28 H.P. [$5000]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. [$6100]; 6-cylinder 40 H.P. [$7000]; 6-cylinder 70 H.P. [$10000] — Bodies: Brougham; Landaulet; Limousine; Touring Car; Demi-limouinse
Brewster & Co., New York, New York
23 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]

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3-TOP p.v. 74 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues E – M 1911

3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 1
Edison Storage Battery – The Family Car of Today, An Article Based on an Interview with Edison, by William C. Andrews – Reprinted from Selling Electricity, New York
1911
Edison Storage Battery Co., 123 Lakeside Avenue, Orange, New Jersey
4 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 2
Elmore Automobiles – The Car Tha Has No Valves – Midsummer Catalog – Latest Models, Latest Designs, Latest Improvements
1911
Models: 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$1,150]; Model 26 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Foredoor Touring Car [$1050]; Model 27 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Light Torpedo [$1,250]; Model 37 4-cylinder Foredoor Touring Car [$1,600]; Model 37 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau Touring Car [$1,600]; Model 38 4-cylinder Foredoor Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,750]
The Elmore Manufacturing Co., Clyde, Ohio
21 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 3
Elmore Automobiles – The Car That Has No Valves
1911
Models: Model 25 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,200]; Model 25 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car[$1,250]; Model 36-B 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car [$1,750]; Model 36-B 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Demi-Tonneau [$1,750]
The Elmore Manufacturing Co., Clyde, Ohio
31 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 4
The Enger Car
1911
Models: Model II Enger “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Open Body [$2000]; Model II Enger “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Closed Body [$2150]; Model III Enger “40” 4-clinder Five-Passenger Inclosed Body [$2350]; Model IV Enger “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1975]; Model VI Enger “40” 4-cylinder Torpedo-Front Runabout [$1850]; Model V Enger “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Open Front Touring Car [$1800]; Model VII Enger “40” 4-cylinder Open-Front Runabout [$1700];
The Enger Motor Car Co., Cincinnati, Ohio – New York Selling Branch: 2120 Broadway, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 5
F-A-L-Car
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Fore Door Touring Car [$1850]; Model “N” 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Fore Door Speed Type [$1850]; 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$1850]; 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Roadster [$1850]
F-A-L Motor Co., 171 North May St., Chicago, Illinois
28 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 6
FIAT – Detailed Description of the World-Famous FIAT 1911 35 H.P. Shaft-Drive Car
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Chassis [$3900]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Touring Car [$4500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$4500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Phaeton [$4500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Gunboat Phaeton [$4500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Runabout Phaeton [$4500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Limousine or Landaulet [$5350]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Fore Door Limousine [$5600]
Fiat Automobile Company, 1786 Broadway, 57th and 58th Sts., New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 7
Firestone-Columbus Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model 66-C 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Family Car; Model 6-C 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Family Car; Model 62-C 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Family Car; Model 86-C 4-cylinder 32-35 H.P. Light Five-Passenger Car; Model 74-C 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Roadster; Model 72-C 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Coupe; Model 79-C 4-cylinder 24-26 H.P. Runabout; Model 7-C 4-cylinder 24-26 H.P. Runabout; Model 76-C 4-cylinder 26-30 H.P. Touring Car
The Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations [The Werner Company, Akron, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 8
The Indian Motocycle
1911
The Hendee Manufacturing Co., Springfield, Massachusetts
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 9
Jackson – No Hill Too Steep, No Sand Too Deep – Tenth Year
1911
Models: Model “29” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1000]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [The Acorn Press, Jackson, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 10
Jackson – No Hill Too Steep, No Sand Too Deep – Tenth Year
1911
Models: Model “29 ½” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1000]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 11
Jackson – No Hill Too Steep, No Sand Too Deep – Tenth Year
1911
Models: Model “35” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Convertible Torpedo [$1250]; Model “35” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 12
Jackson – No Hill Too Steep, No Sand Too Deep – Tenth Year
1911
Models: Model “41” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Convertible Torpedo [$1700]; Model “41” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1700]; Model “41” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1700]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [The Acorn Press, Jackson, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 13
Jackson – No Hill Too Steep, No Sand Too Deep – Tenth Year
1911
Models: Model “51” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Convertible Torpedo [$2200]; Model “51” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2200]; Model “51” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Tourabout [$2250]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [The Acorn Press, Jackson, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 14
Locomobile “38” Little Six – The Best Built Car in America
1912
Models: Model “38” 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4200]; Model “38” 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4200]; Model “38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5550];Model “38” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5650]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut – Broadway and 76th Street, New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 15
McIntyre Motor Cars for 1911 – Advance Announcement – Distinctive Automobiles for People Who Discriminate – Made by the house that must and does live up to a reputation gained through forty years of high class vehicle building.
1911
Models: Model A-5 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1,350]; Model T-5 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo Runabout [$1,350]; Model M-5 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1,650]; Model T-1 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1,850]; Model C-5 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,400]
W. H. McIntyre Company, Auburn, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 16
Marion: Parts List – The Thousand Man Car
1911
Models: Model “Thirty”
The Marion Sales Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
57 p.; illustrations [Press of The Capital Printing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 17
Marion: Parts List – The Thousand Man Car
1911
Models: Model “Forty-Five”
The Marion Sales Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
53 p.; illustrations [Capital Printing Company, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 18
Marion Motor Cars – The Thousand Man Car – Every Marion Owner is a Marion Booster
1911
Models: Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1150 – $1000 crossed out in pen]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$1200 – $1,050 crossed out in pen]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,150]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-Door [$1,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Coupe [$1,500]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,600]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$1,650]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1,600]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,650]; Model “Forty-five” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1,700]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinder Coupe [$2,000]; Model “Forty” 4-cylinder Limousine [$2,500]
The Marion Sales Company, Indianapolis, Indiana – Chas. E. Reiss & Co., 1776 Broadway, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [The Capital Printing Company, Indianapolis – Engravings by Commerical Art Studio]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 19
The Marmon Thirty-Two – “The Easiest Riding Car in the World” – Catalogue No. 1131
1911
Models: Model Thirty-Two 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model Thirty-Two 4-cylinder Four-Passenger “Suburban” Roadster [$2750]; Model Thirty-Two 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2750]; 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Limousine [$4000]; 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Landaulet [$4100]
Nordyke & Marmon Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 20
Mitchell – Silent as the Foot of Time – The Car you ought to have at the price you ought to pay.
1911
Models: Model S 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model R 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Single Rumble Seat [$1200]; Model R 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Surrey Seat [$1250]; Model T 4-cylinder 30-35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]; Model S 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Close-Coupled Touring Car [$2250];
Mitchell-Lewis Motor Co., Racine, Wisconsin
40 p.; illustrations [Osgood Company, Engravers, Printers, Chicago]
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 21
Moline – Dreadnought Moline “35” – Catalog No. 64
1911
Models: Model “M” Moline “35” Dreadnought 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Fore-Door [$1700]; Model “M” Moline “35” Dreadnought 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1650]; Model “M” Moline “35” Dreadnought 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$1600]
Moline Automobile Co., East Moline, Illinois
24 p. & insert; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 74, No. 22
Moyer – A Moyer Automobile for 1911 – “It’s all level road to a Moyer”
1911
Models: Model B 4-cylinder Touring Car; Model A 4-cylinder Touring Car; Model C 4-cylinder Roadster
H. A. Moyer, Syracuse, New York
24 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 75 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues O – W 1911

3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 1
Oldsmobile
1911
Models: Special 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring [$3000]; Special 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Four-Passenger Close Coupled [$3000]; Special 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$3000]; Special 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4200]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring [$3500]; Special 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Pasenger Touring [$3500]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two or Three-Passenger Roadster [$3500]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3500]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring [$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring [$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Two or Three-Passenger Roadster [$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7000]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan
20 p., illustrations [Robert Smith Printing Co., Chicago – Lansing]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 2
Premier Motor Cars – Premier, The Quality Car – Premier, “The Car of Quality”
1911
Models: Six-Sixty Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Six-Sixty Clubman [$3,500]; Six-Sixty Roadster [$3,500]; Six-Sixty Limousine [$5,000]; Four-Forty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Four-Forty Clubman [$3,000]; Four-Forty Two or Three-Passenger Roadster [$2,800]; Four-Forty Limousine [$4,300]
Premier Motor Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
30 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis, Stafford Engraving Company, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 3
Rauch & Lang Electrics: Parts Book – Vol. 1
1910
Models: Covers 1910 models, but can be used for 1908-1909 cars
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Co., Cleveland, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 4
Regal Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model “N” Regal “Twenty” 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Roadster [$900]; Model “L” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Open Type Touring Car [$1000]; Model “LF” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1050]; Model “LE” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1000]; Model “LO” Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi Tonneau Fore Door Touring Car [$1050]; Model “S” Regal “Forty” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Open Door Touring Car [$1600]; Model “SF” Regal “Forty” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1650]; Regal “Thirty” 4-cylinder Limousine [$1850]
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
31 p.; illustrations [John Bornman & Son, Printers, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 5
REO – Four-Cylinder Cars
1911
Models: Reo “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Reo “Thirty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Roadster [$1250]; Reo “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Limousine and Landaulet [$2000]; Reo “Twenty-Three” 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$850]; Model J 500 pound Commerical Car [$600]; Model H 1500 pound Commerical Car [$750]
R M Owen & Company, Lansing Michigan, General Sales Agents for REO Motor Car Company
32 p. & 2 page supplement; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 6
Schacht
1911
Models: Model AA 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$1385]; Model M 4-cylinder 35-40 H.P. Two or Three-Passenger Runabout [$1335]
The Schacht Motor Car Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
2 p. mailing folder; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 7
The Selden Car – Made by the Father of Them All
1911
Models: Model 46 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Six-Passenger Tandem Torpedo [$2600]; Model 40-T 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model 40-S 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2600]; Model 44 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Four-Passenger Fore Door Torpedo [$2500]; Model 40-R 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Two or Three-Passenger Varsity Roadster [$2500]; Model 46 4-cylinder 48 H.P. Six-Passenger Tandem Torpedo [$2600]
Selden Motor Vehicle Co., Rochester, New York
28 p.; illustrations [Morrison Press]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 8
Palmer & Singer Motor Cars – Made in New York City
1911
Models: Six-Sixty Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4200]; Six-Sixty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; Six-SixtyLimousine [$5200]; Six-Sixty Landaulet [$5300]; Six-Sixty Runabout [$3900]; Four-Fifty Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3900]; Four-Fifty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Four-Fifty Limousine [$4900]; Four-Fifty Landaulet [$5000]; Four-Fifty Runabout [$3500]; Six-Forty Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3300]; Six-Forty Limousine [$4600]; Six-Forty Landaulet [$4700]; Six-Forty Runabout [$3300]; Four-Thirty Limousine [$3650]; Four-Thirty Landaulet [$3750]
Palmer & Singer Manufacturing Company, 1620 Broadway at Fiftieth Street, New York, New York
24 p.; illlustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 9
Packard Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Phaeton [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Close Coupled [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Runabout [$4,200]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Limousine [$5,450]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Landaulet [$5,550]; Model “Thirty” 4-cylinder Coupe [$4,900]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Open Car [$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Close-Coupled [$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Runabout [$3,200]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Limousine [$4,400]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Landaulet [$4,500]; Model “Eighteen” 4-cylinder Coupe [$3,900]
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
46 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 10
Simplex
1911
Models: 38 H.P. 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$4,850]; 38 H.P. 4-cylinder Seven or Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4,850]; 38 H.P. 4-cylinder Limousine or Landaulet [$5,800]; 50 H.P. 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,700]; 50 H.P. 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine or Landaulet [$6,400]; 50 H.P. 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touringabout [$5,600]; 50 H.P. 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$5,400]; 90 H.P. 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$6,250]; 90 H.P. 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$6,450]; 50 H.P. 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Runabout [$5,300]; 50 H.P. 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Speed Car [$5,300]
Simplex Automobile Company, 1862 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: 614 East Eighty-Third Street
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 11
The Speedwell, Vol. 2, No. 4 – April, 1911
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 12
The Speedwell, Vol. 2, No. 6 – June, 1911
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 13
The Speedwell, Vol. 2, No. 7 – Midsummer, 1911
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 14
The Speedwell, Vol. 2, No. 9 – September, 1911
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 15
The “Stoddard-20”
1911
Models: Model 11-M 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1275 – special, $1475]; Model 11-L-4 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Roadster (special) [$1450]; Model 11 L-4 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Roadster [$1250]; Model 11-R-1 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Semi-Torpedo [$1175]; Commercial Wagon [$1,325]
The Dayton Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio – Division United States Motor Co. – Stoddard Motor Co., 225 W. 57th St., New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations [The Otterbein Press, Dayton, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 16
Velie
1911
Models: Model A Velie 30 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1750]; Model B Velie 30 4-cylinder Two, Three or Four-Passenger Roadster [$1750]; Model C Velie 30 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$1750]
The Velie Motor Vehicle Co., Moline, Illinois
19 p.; illustrations [Cargill, Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 17
White Gasoline Cars – A Catalog of White Gasoline Cars – The White is a car of moderate size, moderate power, and moderate prices, but of superlative quality
1911
Models: Model “G-A” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,000]; Model “G-B” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Touring Car [$2,500]; Model “G-B” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Limousine [$3,600]; Model “G-B” 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. Landaulet [$3,800]; 1½-Ton Truck with Express Body [$3,150]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 62nd St., New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 18
White Steam Cars – A Catalog of White Steam Cars – White Steam Cars use either kerosene or gasoline as fuel
1911
Models: Model “O-O” 20 H.P. Touring Car [$2,00]; Model “M-M” 40 H.P. Pullman Body [$4,000]; Model “O-O” 20 H.P. Runabout [$2,000]; Model “O-O” 20 H.P. Limousine [$2,800]; Model “M-M” 40 H.P. Touring Car [$4,000]
The White Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 62nd St., New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 75, No. 19
Wilcox Trux – Wilcox Motor Trucks
1911
Models: Model “K” One and One-Half Ton Truck [Chassis $2500]; Model “G” Three Ton Truck [Chassis $3000]; Model “I” One Ton Truck [$2300]; Model “I” 15 passenger sightseeing car [$2600]; Model “I” Fourteen Passenger Hotel Bus [$3200]; Wilcox 30-40 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1500]
Wilcox Motor Trucks, Marshall Street, Tenth to Eleventh Avenue Northeast, Minneapolis, Minnesota
24 p.; illustrations [Great Western Printing, Minneapolis]

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3-TOP p.v. 76 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – MA 1911

3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 1
The American – “A Car for the Discriminating Few”
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster [$4,250]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster Coupe [$5,250]; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Roadster Special [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Traveler [$4,250]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Traveler Coupe [$5,250]; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Traveler Special [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 60 H.P. Speedster [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Tourist [$4,250];4-cylinder 50 H.P. Limousine [$5,250]
American Motor Car Co., Indianapolis, Indiana
16 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 2
Amplex Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Fore-door Touring Car [$4300]; Model Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Runabout [$4300]; Model Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Fore-door Limousine [$5650]; Model Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Toy Tonneau [$4300]; Model Thirty-Fifty 4-cylinder Close Coupled [$4300]
Simplex Motor Car Company, Mishawaka, Indiana
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 3
Autocar – Autocar Blue Print of Body Design, Sketch No. 1119
1911
Models: Six-Post Open Body with Wheel Pockets [Chassis $1850]
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 4
Baker Electrics – Shaft Driven
1911
Models: Four-Passenger Extension Coupe [$2,600]; Queen Victoria [$2,000]; Runabout [$2,000]; Runabout Coupe [$2,400]; Special Extension Coupe [$2,700]; Roadster [$2,500]; Stanhope [$1,000]; Suburban [$1,500]; Brougham [$3,500]; Landaulet [$3,500]; Surrey [$2,200]; Depot Wagon [$2,200]
The Baker Motor Vehicle Company, Cleveland, Ohio
22 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Caxton Company, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 5
Buick
1911
Models: Model 14 2-cylinder 16 H.P. [$550] Two-Passenger Runabout
Buick Motor Company
1 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 6
Corbin – The Car of Constant Service
1911
Models: Model “40 ” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3,100]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2,000]; Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2,750]: Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,050]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3,100]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4,000]
The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut – 1888 Broadway, New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations [Kelloggraphy]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 7
Corbin
1911
Models: Model “40 ” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3,100]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2,000]; Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2,750]: Model “18” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,750]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,050]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3,100]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4,000]
The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut – The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation of New York, 1888 Brodway, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations [The Sterling Engraving Company 200-4 William St., New York, Complete Art Shop.]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 8
Crawford: Price List
1911
Models: Model 10; Model “H”
Crawford Automobile Co.
8 p., typewritten
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 9
Cutting Torpedo Roadster – The Sensation of the 1911 Automobile World – The Handsomest Car of the Season and Biggest Value for the Money Now on the Market
1911
Models: Model A-30 4-cylinder Torpedo Roadster [$1200]
The Clarke-Carter Automobile Co., Jackson, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [Excelsior Printing Co., Jackson, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 10
Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal – Table of Specifications of 1911 Gasoline Motor Trucks
1911
Chilton Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1 sheet (large format)
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 11
Franklin Motor Cars
1911
Models: Special 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Speed Car [$3000]; Model D 6-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$4400]; Model D 6-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4400]; Model M 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3500]; Model D 6-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model M 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2700]; Model H 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; Model H 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo-Phaeton [$4500]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1950]; Model G 4-cylinder 18 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo-Phaeton [$1950]; Model D 6-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo-Phaeton
H H Franklin Manufacturing Co., Syracuse, New York – Sole Distributor: Franklin Automobile Co., Syracuse, New York – Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, New York
24 p.; illustrations [Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 12
Herreshoff
1911
Models: Model 25 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Runabout [$950]; Model 25 Light Delivery Car [$950]
Herreshoff Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 13
Herreshoff – “A Car Worthy of Its Name”
1911
Models: Model 20 4-cylinder 26 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$1,500]; Model 20 4-cylinder 26 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$1,500]
Herreshoff Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 14
Gramm – Gramm Stands for The World’s Best in Motor Truck Construction – “Decreased Expenses Mean Increased Profits.” Like our truck design, original with “Gramm” – Advance Guard of Catalog
1911
Models:5-ton Truck [Chassis $4500]; Model X 3-ton [Chassis $3,500]; Model V 1½-ton [Chassis $2,500]; Model Y ¾-ton [Chassis $1,800]
The Gramm Motor Car Company, Bowling Green, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations [Ware Bros., Company, Phila.]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 15
Hotchkiss – Hotchkiss Paris
1911
Models: Type Z 4-cylinder 12-16 H.P. (Town Car) [Chassis $2,850]; Type T 4-cylinder 16-20 H.P. (Landaulette) [Chassis $3,750]; Type X 4-cylinder 20-30 H.P. (Tourabout) [Chassis $4,750]; Type X 6-cylinder 20-30 H.P. {Landaulette) [Chassis $5,000]; Type V 6-cylinder 40-50 H.P. (Touring) [Chassis $6,800]; Double Brougham; Hotchkiss Rapid-Fire Gun
Hotchkiss Import Co., 20 West 60th Street, New York, New York
18 p.; illustrations [Joseph Fleming, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 16
Hudson -The Hudson for 1911 – The Simple Car
1911
Models: Model “33” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model “33” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Pony Tonneau [$1300]; Model “33” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Torpedo [$1350]; 4-cylinder 26 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1000]
Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 17
King – Corporate Description/Report from R.G. Dun & Co., June 16, 1911
1911
King Motor Car Co., 1559 Jefferson Ave. W., Plymouth, Michigan
3 p., typwritten
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 18
Locomobile: Illustrated Pamphlet Giving Names and Numbers of Parts
1911
Models: Model “30” Type “L”
The Locomobile Co. of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
27 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 19
The Locomobile – The “30” Shaft Drive – Four Cylinders, The “48” Shaft Drive – Six Cylinders
1911
Models: Type “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car [$3,500]; Type “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Torpedo;Type “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Baby Tonneau [$3,500]; Type “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Limousine [$4,600]; Type “L” 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Landaulet [$4,700]; Type “M” 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Touring Car [$4,800];Type “M” 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Baby Tonneau Roadster [$4,800]; Type “M” 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Limousine [$6,050]; Type “M” 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Landaulet [$6,150]
The Locomobile Co. of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 20
Lozier Motor Cars – Book Thirty-Three – Legitimately High-Priced
1911
Models: Type 51 6-cylinder Touring Car [$5,500]; Type 51 6-cylinder Limousine or Landaulet [$7,000]; Type 51 6-cylinder Briarcliff Toy Tonneau [$5,500]; Briarcliff Racing; Type 51 6-cylinder Lakewood Torpedo [$5,500]; Type 46 4-cylinder Touring Car [$4,600]; Type 46 4-cylinder Briarcliff Toy Tonneau [$4,600]; Type 46 4-cylinder Lakewood Torpedo [$4,600]; Type 46 4-cylinder Limousine or Landaulet [$6,000]
Lozier Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan – Foreign Dept., 56 St. & Broadway, New York, New York
36 p.; illustrations [Compiled by C.A. Emise – Designed, Illustrated and Arranged by A.L. Rich – Printed by Redfield Borthers, Inc.]
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 21
Matheson Silent Six – Wins Another First Prize in Giant’s Despair Mountain Climb, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., June 14, 1910
1911
Models: Model 17 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; Model 17 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3,000]; Model 17 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,200]; Model 17 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Cruiser [$3,500]; Model 17 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3,000]; Model 17 6-cylinder 50 H.P.Six-Passenger Town Car or Limousine [$4,20000]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3,500]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,700]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Cruiser [$4,000]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4,000]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Town Car or Limousine [$4,700]
Matheson Automobile Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania – Main Office, Salesrooms and Garage 1186-88 Broadway, New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 76, No. 22
Matheson Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3,500]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,700]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Cruiser [$3,750]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3,750]; Model 18 “Silent Six” 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Town Car or Limousine [$4,700]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Cruiser [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$4,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$4,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$4,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5,750]
Matheson Automobile Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania – Main Office, Salesrooms and Garage 1186-88 Broadway, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago – New York]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 77 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues ME – W 1911

3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 1
1911 Metz Runabout – The Car that Covered Nine States in a Single Day
1911
Models: 2-cylinder 12 H.P. Runabout [$485]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
4 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 2
Metz – 1911 Metz Car in the Knock-Down
1911
Models:
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
6 p. – single sheets, facsimiles of letters to manufacturer, etc.
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 3
The 1911 Metz Runabout
1911
Models: 2-cylinder 12 H.P. Runabout [$485]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
3 p., including facsimile letter; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 4
National “40”
1911
Models: National “40” 4-cylinder 70 H.P. Two-Passenger Speedway Roadster [$2,500]; National “40” 4-cylinder 70 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$2,600]; National “40” 4-cylinder 70 H.P. Five-Passenger Open Front Touring Car [$2,500]; National “40” 4-cylinder 70 H.P. Four-Passenger Fore-Door Toy Tonneau [$2,600]; National “40” 4-cylinder 70 H.P. Four-Passenger Open Front Toy Tonneau [$2,500]; National “40” 4-cylinder 70 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo Touring Car [$2,800]; National “40” 4-cylinder 70 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3,750]
National Motor Vehicle Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
6 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 5
Paige-Detroit
1911
Models: 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Coupe [$1,250]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Physician’s Car [$875]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster [$800]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car with detachable rear seat [$900]
Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
1 page mailing foldover – large format; illustrations [Houghton-Jacobson Printing Co., Detroit, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 6
Peerless Closed Cars
1911
Models: Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5400]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5500]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Berline Limousine [$5700]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Demi-Limousine [$4800]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Coupé [$4800]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7000]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7100]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Berline Limousine [$7400]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Demi-Limousine [$6500]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$4200]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4300]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio
20 p.; illustrations [Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 7
Peerless Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4300] Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Close Coupled Car [$4300]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$4300]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Phaeton [$4300]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Pony Tonneau [$4300]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Fie-Passenger Close Coupled [$6000]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Phaeton [$6000]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Pony Tonneau [$6000]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$6000]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$6000]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5400]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5500]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Berline Limousine [$5700]; Model 31 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Seven-Passenger Demi Limousine [$4800]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7000]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7100]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Berline Limousine [$7400]; Model 32 6-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Demi-Limousine [$6500]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Limousine [$4200]; Model 29 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4300]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway and 57th St., New York, New York
36 p.; illustrations [Engravings and Printing by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 8
Pierce-Arrow Motor Cars – Pierce-Arrow Sixes
1910 – 1911
Models: 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Protected Touring Car [$4150]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Miniature Tonneau [$4000]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$4000]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Brougham [$4900] 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Landaulet [$5000]; 6-cylinder 36 H.P. Coupe [$5500]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Protected Touring Car [$5000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Four-Passenger Miniature Tonneau [$4850]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Three-Passenger Runabout [$4850]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Five-Passenger Close Coupled [$5000]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Suburban [$6100]; 6-cylinder 48 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landau [$6100]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Touring Car [$6000]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Runabout [$5850]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Protected Touring Car [$6000]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Miniature Tonneau [$5850]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Close-coupled Car [$6000]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Suburban [$7100]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Landau [$7200]; 6-cylinder 66 H.P. Seven-Passenger Special Touring Landau [$7200]
The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company, Buffalo, New York – in New York: Harrolds Motor Car Co., 233-237 West 54th Street
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 9
Rauch & Lang Electrics
1911
Models: No. 30 Open Chain Drive Stanhope [$1,900]; No. 31 Shaft Drive Stanhope [$2,000]; No. 34 Enclosed Chain Drive Victoria [$2,350]; No. 35 Shaft Drive Victoria [$2,350]; No. 344 Enclosed Chain Drive Victoria [$2,450]; No. 345 Shaft Drive Victoria [$2,450]; No. 36 Open Chain Drive Victoria [$2,200]; No. 37 Shaft Drive Victoria [$2,200]; No. 31 Coupe [$2,300]; No. 32 Enclosed Chain Drive Coupe [$2,450]; No. 33 Shaft Drive Coupe [$2,450]; No. 324 Enclosed Chain Drive Coupe [$2,550] No. 325 Shaft Drive Coupe [$2,550]; No. 32 Enclosed Chain Drive Small Extension Coupe [$2,600]; No. 33 Shaft Drive Small Extension Coupe [$2,600]; No. 324 Enclosed Chain Drive Small Extension Coupe [$2,700]; No. 325 Shaft Drive Small Extension Coupe [$2,700]; No. 32 Enclosed Chain Drive Stanhope [$2,150]; No. 33 Shaft Drive Stanhope [$2,150]; No. 324 Enclosed Chain Drive Stanhope [$2,250; No. 325 Shaft Drive Stanhope [$2,250]; No. 35 Shaft Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,700]; No. 345 Shaft Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,800]; No. 34 Enclosed Chain Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,700]; No. 344 Enclosed Chain Drive Large Extension Coupe [$2,800]
The Rauch & Lang Carriage Co., 2180 West 25th Street, Cleveland, Ohio
17 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Co., Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 10
Saurer Motor Trucks – In more than 12 years no Saurer has ever worn out
1911
Models: 4½ Ton Truck; 6½ Ton Truck
International Motor Company, 1770 Broadway, New York, New York – Works: Allentown, Pennsylvania; Plainfield, New Jersey
32 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 11
Saurer Motor Trucks
1911
Models: 2½ Ton Truck; 4½ Ton Truck; 6 Ton Truck
Saurer Motor Company, 30 Church Street, New York – Works: Plainfield, New Jersey – Sole Licensees of Adolph Saurer, Arbon, Switzerland
20 p.; illustrations [Press of Wilbur & Hastings, N.Y.]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 12
The Speedwell Motor Car – Speedwell Motor-Cars for Nineteen-Hundred-Eleven
1911
Models: Model 11 F 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Special Seven-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$2900]; Model 11 F 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2800]; Model 11 D 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$2750] Model 11 C 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2625]; Model 11 H 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Special Semi-Racer with Toy Tonneau [$2700]; Model 11 K 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Close-Coupled Car [$2650]; Model 11 H 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Two-Passenger Semi-Racer Roadster [$2500]; Model 11 D 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]; Model 11 G 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2700]; Model 11 E 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3850]; Model 11 A 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Cruiser [$3500]
Speedwell Motor Car Company, Dayton, Ohio
24 p.; illustrations [Created and Produced by the Norman Pierce Company, New York and Chicago]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 13
Stevens-Duryea Motor Cars
1911
Models: Model AA 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3300]; Model AA 6-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Light Touring Roadster [$3300]
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 14
Stevens-Duryea Closed Cars – Being a Brief Description of the Making of a Good Body – Three Point Support Unit Power Plant
1911
Models: Model AA 6-cylinder 43.8 H.P. Limousine [$4600]; Model AA 6-cylinder 43.8 H.P. Landaulet [$4800]; Model X 4-cylinder 36.1 H.P. Limousine [$4000]; Model X 4-cylinder 36.1 H.P. Touring Car [$2850]; Model X 4-cylinder 36.1 H.P. Light Touring Roadster [$2850]; Model Y 6-cylinder 54.1 H.P. Limousine [$5150]; Model Y 6-cylinder 54.1 H.P. Touring CAr [$4000]; Model Y 6-cylinder 54.1 H.P. Fore-door Touring Car [$4150]; Model AA 6-cylinder 43.8 H.P. Torpedo [$3600]; Model AA 6-cylinder 43.8 H.P. Fore-door Touring Car [$3500]; Model AA 6-cylinder 43.8 H.P. Touring Car [$3500]; Model AA 6-cylinder 43.8 H.P. Light Touring Roadster [$3500]
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
16 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 15
Stoddard-Dayton Automobiles
1911
Models: Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-F 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Four-Door Limousine [$4200]; Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-F 4-cylinder Two-Door Limousine or Landaulet [$4000]; Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-F 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3125]; Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-K 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Torpedo [$3000]; Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-K 4-cylinder Three-Passenger Semi-Torpedo [$2925]; Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-K 4-cylinder Four or Five-passenger Touring Roadster [$2900]; Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-K 4-cylinder Roadster [$2850]; Stoddard-Dayton 50 Model 11-S 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Speedster [$2800]; Stoddard-Dayton 40 Model 11-A 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3700]; Stoddard-Dayton 40 Model 11-A 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2520]; Stoddard-Dayton 40 Model 11-C 4-cylinder Four or Five-Passenger Touring Roadster [$2300]; Stoddard-Dayton 40 Model 11-C 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Semi-Torpedo [$2275]; Stoddard-Dayton 40 Model 11-C 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2350]; Stoddard-Dayton 40 Model 11-C 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$2380]; Stoddard 30 11-T 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$2700]; Stoddard 30 11-T 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$2700];
Stoddard 30 11-T 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Coupe [$2350]; Stoddard 30 11-B 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1750]; Stoddard 30 11-H 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Semi-Torpedo [$1625]; Stoddard 30 11-H 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1550]; Stoddard 20 11-M 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1275]; Stoddard 20 11-L-4 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Roadster [$1250]; Stoddard 20 11-R 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1175]; Stoddard 20 11-R 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Semi-Torpedo [$1175]; 20 Commercial Wagon [$1325]
The Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio – 225 W. 57th Street, New York, New York
48 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 16
The Silent Waverley Electrics – Waverley Electric Carriages
1911
Models: Model 81 Four-Passenger Brougham [$2600]; Model 75-C Four-Passenger Brougham [$2400]; Model 75-B Brougham [$2400]; Model 70-C Two-Passenger Coupe [$2150]; Model 70-B [$1950]; Model 76 Victoria Phaeton [$1850]; Model 78 Roadster [$1700]; Model 53 Stanhope [$1800]; Model 74 Stanhope [1600]; Model 69 Runabout [$1225]; Model 60 Surrey [$1900]
The Waverley Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Engravings by Indianapolis Eng & Elec. Company, Printed by the Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 77, No. 17
Westcott – Money Cannot Buy a More Perfect Car
1911
Models: Model H 4-cylinder 45-50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$2,250]; Model G 45-50 H.P. Roadster [$2,000]; Model F 45-50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]; Model J 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,000]
Westcott Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana – Factory: Richmond, Indiana
8 p.; illustrations

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 78 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – L 1912

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 1
The “American” Underslung: The Advantages of Underslung Construction
1912
American Motors Co., Indianpolis, Indiana
14 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 2
The “American” Underslung: Advance Catalog – “Builders for the Man That Cares” – “The Safest Car on Earth”
1912
Models: “American Traveler” Type 56 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; “American Traveler” Type 54 4-cylinder Four-Passenger [$4500]; “American Tourist” Type 34 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; “American Roadster” Type 32 4-cylinder Two-Passenger [$2250]; “American Scout” Type 22 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1250]
American Motors Company, Indianpolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 3
Amplex Petite – Advance Information
1912
Models: 4-cylinder 30-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Phaeton [$2250]; 4-cylinder 30-40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2250]
Simplex Motor Car Co., Mishawaka, Michigan
6 p.; illustrations [Sutcliffe, South Bend]

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 4
Cadillac – Hints on Purchasing a Motor Car  – What to Seek and What to Avoid – Facts and Figures on operation and maintenance cost
1912
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
14 p.

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 5
Dorris Motor Cars – Built to Last
1912
Models: Model G 4-cylinder 40.6 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; Model G 4-cylinder 40.6 H.P. Seven-Passenger Standard Limousine [$3,600]; Model G 4-cylinder 40.6 H.P. Five-Passenger Driving Limousine [$3,500]; Model G 4-cylinder 40.6 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$2,500]; Model G 4-cylinder 40.6 H.P. Colonial Three-Passenger Coupe [$2,700]; Model G 4-cylinder 40.6 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$2,500]
Dorris Motor Car Co., St. Louis, Missouri
28 p.; illustrations

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 6
Flanders 20 Coupé
1912
Models: Flanders Twenty 4-cylinder Coupé [$900]
Studebaker Corporation, E-M-F Factories, Detroit, Michigan
10 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 7
Flanders 20 Three-Speed Foredoor Roadster
1912
Models: Flanders Twenty Three-Speed 4-cylinder Foredoor Roadster [$750]
Studebaker Corporation, E-M-F Factories, Detroit, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 8
Flanders Twenty Witt Special Roadster
1912
Models: Flanders Twenty 4-cylinder Witt Special Roadster [$750]
Studebaker Corporation, E-M-F Factories, Detroit, Michigan
10 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 9
Havers “Six-44”: Repair Parts Price List
1912
Models: Model “Six-44”
Havers Motor Car Co., Port Huron, Michigan
30 p.

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 10
Hereschoff – The New Hereshoff Motor Cars
1911-12
Models: Model 30 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1350]; Model 25 4-cylinder Two or Three-Passenger Convertible Runabout [$950]; Light Delivery Car [$950]
The Hereshoff Motor Car Co.,Detroit, Michigan – A.W. Blanchard, Incorporated, 342 Flatbush Avenue and 10 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, New York, Distributors: Brooklyn and Long Island
16 p.; illustrations [Express Pub. and Ptg. Co., Toledo, O.]

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 11
Inter-State Motor Cars – Advance Information Regarding the 1912 Product
1912
Models: Model 32-A 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Single Rumble Roadster [$1,700]; Model 30-A4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1,750]; Model 34-A 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Torpedo [$1,800]; Model 35 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring [$2,700]; Model 50 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$3,400]; Model 51 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Deim Tonneau [$3,400]; Model 52 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster [$3,400]; Model 40 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring [$2,400];  Model 41 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$2,400];  Model 42 4-cylinder Roadster [$2,400]
Inter-State Automobile Co., Muncie, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [The Otterbein Press, Dayton, Ohio]

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 12
K-R-I-T Motor Cars
1912
Models: Model K 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$900]; Model A 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Roadster [$800]; Model U 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Two-Passenger Underslung Roadster [$1,000]
The Krit Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Wm. Graham Ptg. Co., Detroit]

3-TOP p.v. 78, No. 13
Locomobile – The Locomobile Book: The Car of 1912
1912
Models: Locomobile “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Locomobile “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$3500]; Locomobile “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3600]; Locomobile “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4700]; Locomobile “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Limousine [$4600]; Locomobile “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Berline [$4800]; Locomobile “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4800]; Locomobile “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Four or Five-Passenger Torpedo [$4800]; Locomobile “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Limousine [$6050]; Locomobile “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Landaulet [$6150]; Locomobile “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder 70 H.P. Berline [$6250]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
210 p.; illustrations [Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]

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3-TOP p.v. 79 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues M – Z 1912

3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 1
Maxwell -Briscoe – How to Judge an Automobile: Prepared for the Guidance of the Man about to buy A Motor Car
1912
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Division of United States Motor Company, Broadway at 61st St., New York, New York
28 p., illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 2
Metz Twenty-Two: Catalog of Parts
1911-1912
Models: Model “Twenty-Two”
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
11 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 3
Mercer: Parts Price List
1912
Models: Type 35, Series G; Series H; Series J; Series K
Mercer Automobile Company, Trenton, New Jersey
32 p.
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 4
Palmer-Singer – The Strongest Built Car in the World – Built in New York City
1912
Models: Model 6-60 [$3000]
Palmer & Singer Manufacturing Co., 1620 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: Long Island City
2 p. foldout; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 5
Palmer-Singer – Built in New York City
1912
Models: “Brighton Six” 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; “Brighton Six” 45 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster
Palmer & Singer Manufacturing Co., 1620-22-24 Broadway, New York, New York – Factory: Long Island City
2 p. foldout; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 6
Paterson “30”: Price List of Parts and Instruction Book – Instructions for Operation and Care of Paterson “30”
1912
Models: Model 30
W.A. Paterson Company, Flint, Michigan
23 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 7
R-C-H Gasoline Cars: Repair Parts Price List – October 1, 1912
1912
Models:
R-C-H Corporation, Detroit, Michigan
74 p.
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 8
Stevens-Duryea: Price List of Parts – Third Edition – Pioneer Builders of American Sixes – Effective May 1, 1912
1912
Models: Model U
Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts
74 p.
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 9
Studebaker – Up to Date – Folder No. 500
1912
Models: Model D 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car; Model D 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine; Model D 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Suburban; Model D 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Landaulet; Model C 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Touring Car; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Town Car, Coupe Body; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Speed Car; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Town Tonneau; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Runabout
Studebaker Automobile Co., Cleveland, Ohio – Factory: South Bend, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Designed and Engraved by Groesbeck Bros., Printed by Chasmar-Winchell Press, New York, Pittsburgh, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 10
Winton Six – “Goes the route like coasting down hill”
1912
Models: Winton Six 48 H.P. Touring Car [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Runabout [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Toy Tonneau [$3000]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Limousine [$4250]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Limousine with four doors [$4500]; Winton Six 48 H.P. Landaulet [$4500]
The Winton Motor Car Co., Berea Road at Madison Avenue and the L.S. & M.S. Railway, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at 70th Street, New York, New York
61 p.; illustrations [Gilman, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 11
Winton: Price List of Parts for Winton Six, Model 17-C – Corrected to June 15, 1912
1912
Models: Model 17-C
The Winton Motor Car Co., Berea Road at Madison Avenue and the L.S. & M.S. Railway, Cleveland, Ohio
34 p.
3-TOP p.v. 79, No. 12
Zimmerman Automobiles
1912
Models: Model D 2-cylinder Two-Passenger; Model E 2-cylinder Two-Passenger; Model H 2-cylinder Two-Passenger; Model K 2-cylinder Three-Passenger; Model O 2-cylinder Four-Passenger [Surrey]; Model I 2-cylinder Four-Passenger; Model T Delivery Wagon
Zimmerman Mfg. Co., Auburn, Indiana
1 p foldout; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 80 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – W 1912

3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 1
The American: Nineteen-Twelve Price List of Parts
1912
Models: 50 H.P. Traveler
American Motors Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
35 p., illustrations [Capital Printing Company, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 2
The Brush Runabout – Everyman’s Car
1912
Models: Liberty Brush single-cylinder 10 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$350]; Standard Brush single-cylinder 10 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$450]; Brush single-cylinder 10 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$485]; Brush single-cylinder 10 H.P. Two-Passenger and Load Delivery Car [$650]
Brush Runabout Co., Division of United States Motor Co., Three West Sixty-First Street, New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations [American Bank Note Co., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 3
The Brush: Catalog and Price List of Repair Parts
1912
Models: Model D; Model E; Model F; Liberty Model
Brush Runabout Co., Division of United States Motor Co., Three West Sixty-First Street, New York, New York – Offices and Factory, Cor. Oakland and Massachusetts Avenues, Detroit, Michigan
42 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 4
Cadillac – The Largest Producers of High Grade Motor Cars in the World – The Car that has no Crank
1912
Models: 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1800]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Phaeton [$1800]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1900]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. TWo-Passenger Roadster [$1800]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3250]; 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Coupe [$2250]
Cadillac Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Dickinson Borsl, Grand Rapics, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 5
Cartercar – Instructions for Operating Cartercar Model M
1912
Models: Model M
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
34 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 6
Cartercar: Price List of Parts – Second Edition – Effective May 1, 1912
1912
Models: Model R
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
63 p.; illustrations [The Franklin Press, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 7
Cole: Price List of Parts, With Instructions for Operation and Care
1912
Models: Model “A” Speedster; Model “B” Roadster; Model “C” Toy Tonneau; Model “CC” Toy Tonneau; Model “D” Touring Car; Model “DD” Touring Car; Model “I” Colonial Coupe; Model “U” Limousine; Model “T” London Limousine
Cole Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
63 p.; illustrations [Mutual Ptg. Co., Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 8
Koehler Commercial Car
1912
Models: Canvas Side Type [$800]; Panel Type B [$900]; Panel Type A [$825]; Open Flare-Board [$750]; Open Flare-Board Express [$790]; Open Stake [$775]
H. J. Koehler S. G. Co., 1709 Broadway, New York, New York
2 p. foldout; illustrations [Designed and Printed by Tri-Arts, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 9
Locomobile – Advance Folder
1912
Models: Model “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4,800]; Model “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4,800]; Model “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder Five-Passenger Torpedo [$4,800]; Model “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6,050]; Model “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Berline [$6,250]; Model “48” Type “M” 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6,150]; Model “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Baby Tonneau [$3,500]; Model “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$3,600]; Model “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Limousine [$4,600]; Model “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Berline [$4,800]; Model “30” Type “L” 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4,700]
The Locomobile Company of America, Bridgeport, Connecticut
2 p. foldout; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 10
Peugeot
1912
Models: 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Cardan [Chassis $5,700]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Chains [Chassis $5,400]; 4-cylinder 22 H.P. [Chassis $4,800]; 6-cylinder 18 H.P. [Chassis $4,600]; 4-cylinder 16 H.P. Special Cardan [Chassis $4,000]; 4-cylinder 16 H.P. Standard Cardan [$Chassis $3,800]; 4-cylinder 12 H.P. [Chassis $3,200]; 4-cylinder 10 H.P. [Chassis $2,700]; 2-cylinder 9 H.P. [$1,850]
Peugeot Auto Import Co., 229 West 57th Street, New York – Société des Automobile Peugeot
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 11
Sampson Motor Trucks – Advance Catalog
1912
Models: 1000 lb. Truck [Chassis $1400]; 3000 lb. Truck [Chassis $2200]; 3-Ton Truck [Chassis $3400]; 5-Ton Truck [Chassis $4750]
Alden Sampson Mfg., Co., Division of United States Motor Company, 8 West 62nd Street, New York, New York
16 p.; illustrations [The Munro & Harford Co, 247-249 West 36th St., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 80, No. 12
White Gasoline Cars / White Gasoline Touring and Town Cars
1912
Models: Model “30” GAD 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model “30” 4-cylinder GAD Roadster [$2250]; Model “40” GER 4-cylinder Roadster [$3300]; Model “40” GE 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3300]; Model “40” GE 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Model “60” GF 6-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model “30” GB 4-cylinder Limousine [$3800]; Model “30” GB 4-cylinder Landaulet [$3800]; Model “40” GE 4-cylinder Limousine or Landaulet [$4700]; Model “40: GE 4-cylinder Berline Limousine [$5000]; Model “60” GF 6-cylinder Limousine [$6200]; Model “60” GF 6-cylinder Landaulet [$6200]; Model “60” GF 6-cylinder Berline Limousine [$6500]
The White Company, Sint Clair Avenue and Est 79th Street, Cleveland, Ohio – Broadway at Sixty-second St., New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Designed & Printed by The Britton Printing Company, Cleveland]

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3-TOP p.v. 81 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – C 1912

3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 1
Amplex Education – A Good Instructive Booklet Containing Interesting Infomation for Amplex Onwers and Prospective Owners
1912
Models: 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car; 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car; 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Close Coupled; 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Toy Tonneau; 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster; 4-cylinder Limousine
Simplex Motor Car Company, Mishiwaka, Indiana
33 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 2
The Autocar
1912
Models: Model XXIV-B 4-cylinder 30.6 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door [$2750]; Model XXIV-B 4-cylinder 30.6 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2650]
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania – 428-430 W. Nineteenth St., New York, New York
4 p.; illustrations [Patterson & White Co., Philadelphia]
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 3
Bailey Electric Victoria Phaeton
1912
Models: Victoria Phaeton with 54 A-4 cell or 40 A-6 cell Battery [$2,600]; Victoria Phaeton with 44 A-4 cell Battery [$2,475]
S. R. Bailey & Co., Inc., Amesbury, Massachusetts
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 4
Bailey Electric Roadster, Equipped with Edison Storage Battery
1912
Models: Roadster with 50 A-6 cell Battery [$2500]; Roadster with 60 A-4 cell Battery [$2330]
S. R. Bailey & Co., Inc., 895 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts – Factory at Amesbury, Massachusetts
7 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 5
Benz – The Car of Emperors, The Emperor of Cars
1912
Models: 4-cylinder 18-22 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Special Touring Body [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 18-22 H.P. Special Landaulet [$4,250]; 4-cylinder 18-22 H.P. Special Limousine [$4,450]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Special Gunboat Body [$4,200]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Coronation Body [$4,500]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Rothschild Limousine [$5,200]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Burr Limousine [$5,200]; 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Brewster Limousine [$6,200]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Special Gunboat [$6,500]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Coronation Body [$6,750]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five or Seven-Passenger Brewster Semi-Enclosed [$7,250]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Rothschild Large Limousine [$7,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Burr Limousine [$7,000]; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Brewster Large Limousine [$8,000]
Benz & Cie, Mannheim, Germany – Benz Auto Import Co. of America, 246-250 West 54th St., New York, New York – Service Building: 13th to 14th Streets and Boulevard, Long Island City, New York
24 p.; illustrations [American Bank Note Co., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 6
Brush Delivery Car
1912
Models: Single-cylinder 10 H.P. 600 pound Standard Closed Body Delivery Car [$650]; Single-cylinder 10 H.P. 600 pound Standard Open Body Delivery Car [$635]; Single-cylinder 10 H.P. Chassis [$575]; Single-cylinder 10 H.P. 600 pound Special Delivery Car [$485]
Brush Runabout Co., Div. United States Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 7
Buick: Price List of Parts – When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them
1912
Models: Model 26; Model 27
Buick Motor Co., Flint, Michigan
83 p.
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 8
Buick: Price List of Parts – First Edition, November 1, 1912 – When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them
1912
Models: Model 43
Buick Motor Co., Flint, Michigan
88 p.
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 9
Cadillac – A few hints on purchasing a motor car, What to seek and what to avoid.
1912
Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
6 p., numbered 5 – 10
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 10
Cadillac: Price List of Parts – First Edition – April 1st, 1912
1912
Models:
Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
104 p. [Friesema Bros., Printing, Detroit, Mich., U.S.A.]
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 11
The Cameron Truck – Cameron Commercial Cars
1912
Models: 2000 pounds capacity [$1400]; 600 pound Cameron Light Delivery Car [$650]
Cameron Car Co., Beverly, Massachusetts
10 p.; illustrations [Beverly Printing Co., Beverly, Massachusetts]
3-TOP p.v. 81, No. 12
Cartercar – Advance Announcement – The Car Ahead
1912
Models: Model H 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1,200]; Model R 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,600]; Model R 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Foredoor Roadster [$1,500]; Model R 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupé [$1,700]; Model S 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2,100]
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
18 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]

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3-TOP p.v. 82 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues, Ford Times 1912

3-TOP p.v. 82, No. 1
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 4, January 1912
3-TOP p.v. 82, No. 2
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 5, Februray 1912
3-TOP p.v. 82, No. 3
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 6, March 1912
3-TOP p.v. 82, No. 4
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 6, April – May 1912
3-TOP p.v. 82, No. 5
Ford Times, Vol. 5, No. 11, September 1912
3-TOP p.v. 82, No. 6
Ford Times, Vol. 6, No. 1, October 1912
3-TOP p.v. 82, No. 7
Ford Times, Vol. 6, No. 2, November 1912

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3-TOP p.v. 83 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues G – N 1912

3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 1
Great Western Forty
1912
Models: Great Western “Forty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Detachable Fore-Door [$1750]; Great Western “Forty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Detachable Fore-Door [$1750]; Great Western “Forty” 4-cylinder Vestibulated Roadster [$1750]; Great Western “Forty” 4-cylinder Torpedo [$1750]; Great Western “Forty” 4-cylinder Semi-Torpedo [$1650]; Great Western “Forty” 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1600]
Great Western Automobile Company, Peru, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [Miller-Wallick Press, Peru, Indiana]
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 2
Grout – The Powerful Grout Motor Cars
1912
Models: Model 45 A 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3500]; Model 45 E 4-cylinder Seven-Passenter Touring Car [$2850]; Model 45 F 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-door Touring Car [$2750]; Model G 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model G 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]; Model 45 T 4-cylinder Two-Passenger [$2500]; Model 35 T 4-cylinder Two-Passenger [$2000]; Model 35 H Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2000]
Grout Automobile Co., Orange, Massachusetts
18 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 3
Hudson Motor Cars – How to Choose a Motor Car
1912
Models: Model “33” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,600]; Model “33” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1,600]; Model “33” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,600]
Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
31 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 4
Hupmobile: Repair Parts Catalog – June 1912
1912
Models: Model “H”
Hupp Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
35 p. [Topping & Conway, The Printers, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 5
Hupmobile: Repair Parts Catalog
1912
Models: Model “A” Runabout; Model “B” Runabout; Model “C” Runabout; Model “E” Roadster: Model “D” Touring Car; Model “D” Delivery; Model “F” Coupe; Model “P” Coupe; Model “T” Torpedo
Hupp Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
32 p.
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 6
Kline Kar – Advance Announcement – Fourth Edition
1912
Models: Model 6-60 Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,500]; Model 6-60 Six-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$3,500]; Model 6-50 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,850]; Model 6-50 Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2,850]; Model 6-50 Two-Passenger Meteor or Speed Car [$2,800]; Model 6-60 Two-Passenger Meteor or Speed Car [$3,200]; Model 4-40 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,250]: Model 4-40 Toy Tonneau [$2,250]; Model 4-40 Runabout [$2,200]; Model 4-30 Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,750]; Model 4-30 Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$1,750]; Moel 4-30 Two-Passenger Runabout [$1,700]
Kline Motor Car Corporation, York, Pennsylvania – Richmond, Virginia
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 7
Little – The Little Four
1912
Models: Little Four 20 H.P. Two-Passenger [$690]
Little Motor Car Co., Flint, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 8
Lozier: Parts Catalogue – Book 32
1912
Models: Type I 50 H.P. Touring Car; Type I 50 H.P. Briarcliff Runabout
Lozier Motor Company, 56th Street and Broadway, New York – Works at Detroit, Michigan and Plattsburg, New York
39 p.; illustrations [A. L. Rich, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 9
Marathon – Our Silent Salesman
1912
Models: Model K-20 4-cylinder Roadster [$685]; Model N-50 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Limousine [$3,250]; Model N-50 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Fore Door [$1,800]; Model N-50 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Roadster [$1,800]; Model M-40 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Torpedo [$1,500]; Model M-40 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Fore door [$1,500]; Model M-40 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Roadster [$1,400]; Model L-30 4-cylinder Fore door [$1,200]; Model L-30 4-cylinder Roadster [$1,000]; Model K-20 4-cylinder Fore door [$850]
Marathon Motor Works, Nashville, Tennessee
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 10
Maxwell – Advance 1912 Catalogue
1912
Models: Special 4-cylinder 36 H.P. [$1,280]; Mercury 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger [$1150]; Mascotte 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Four-Passenger [$980]; Messenger 2-cylinder 16 H.P. Two-Passenger [$600]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Division of United States Motor Company, Broadway at 61st St. (5 West Sixty-first Street), New York, New York
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 11
Maxwell – Advance 1912 Catalogue
1912
Models: Special 4-cylinder 36 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-door [$1,280]; Mercury 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger [$1150]; Mascotte 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$980]; Messenger 2-cylinder 16 H.P. Two-Passenger [$600]
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Division of United States Motor Company, Broadway at 61st St. (5 West Sixty-first Street), New York, New York
20 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 83, No. 12
Nyberg: Parts Price List and Instruction Book
1912
Models: Model X; Model Y
Nyberg Auto Works, Anderson, Indiana – Chatanooga, Tennessee – 2427-2439 Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois
46 p.; illustrations [Bulletin Printing and Manufacturing Co., Printing and Publishing, Anderson, Indiana]

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3-TOP p.v. 85 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – J 1912

3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 1
Abbott-Detroit Motor Cars
1912
Models: Model “44” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Fore-Door Limousine [$3,000]; Model “44” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1,800]; Model “44” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Demi-Tonneau [$1,775]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Colonial Coupé [$2,150]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1,350]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Fore-Door Roadster [$1,275];
The Abbott Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [The Matthews-Northrup Works – The Complete Press – Buffalo, Cleveland and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 2
The ArBenz Car
1912
Models: Model C 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1675]; Model A 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1750]; Model D 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car
The ArBenz Car Co. [formerly The Scioto Auto Car Co.], Chillicothe, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 3
The Atterbury – Gasoline & Electric Delivery Cars, Motor Trucks, Hotel Omnibuses
1912
Models: Model K-20 1500 Pound Light Delivery Car; Model L-30 1 Ton Truck; Model N-40 2 Ton Truck; Model M-50 3 Ton Truck; Model O-60 5 Ton Gasolene Truck; Model G-30 16 Passenger Sight Seeing Car; Model H-50 20 Passenger Sight Seeing Car; Model I-50 24 Passenger Sight Seeing Car; Model E-50 14 Passenger Gasolene Bus; Model R 1 Ton Electric Truck; Model T Electric Ambulance; Model F 14 Passenger Electric Bus; Model S 5 Ton Electric Truck
Atterbury Motor Car Co., Buffalo, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Baker, Jones & Co., Printers, Buffalo]
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 4
The Auburn – The Most for the Money – Catalogue No. 15
1912
Models: Model Six-50 Seven-Passenger Fore-door Touring Car [$3,000]; Model 40-N 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-door Touring Car [$1,750]; Model 40-M 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,750]; Model 40-H 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,650]; Model 35-L 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,400]; Model 30-L 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,100]; Model 30-L 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,100]
The Auburn Automobile Company, Auburn, Indiana
36 p.; illustrations [Cargill, Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 5
Program – Eleventh Annual Exhibition of Automobiles under the Auspices of The Philadelphia Automobile Trade Association, January 13 – 27, 1912, First & Third Regiment Armories, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
50 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 6
Buick Motor Cars for 1912
1912
Models: Model 36 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$950]; Model 35 4-cylinder Touring Car [$1060]; Model 28 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1075]; Model 29 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1250]; Model 29 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau [$1250]; Model 43 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1800]
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan – 1733 Broadway, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Engraved and Printed by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids]
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 7
Clark Motor Cars – The Luxurious Car of Economical Upkeep and Unlimited Guarantee
1912
Models: Model E “40” 4-cylinder Torpedo Roadster [$1,250]; Model G 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1,400]; Model Q “33” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1,250]; Model T 4-cylinder 33 H.P. Torpedo Roadster [$1,100]
Clark Motor Car Co., Shelbyville, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [W. A. Powell, Printer, Shelbyville, Indiana]
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 8
Columbia Cars, Knight Motor
1912
Models: Columbia Knight 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4500]; Columbia Knight 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Six-Passenger Roadster [$4500]; Columbia Knight 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Close Coupled Roadster [$4500]; Columbia Knight 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Two-Passenger Rodaster [$4,500]; Columbia Knight 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5,800]; Columbia Knight 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6,000]; Columbia Cavalier 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Columbia Cavalier 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Six-Passenger Roadster [$3400]; Columbia Cavalier 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Roadster [$3300]; Columbia Cavalier 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$3300]; Columbia Cavalier 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4,800]; Columbia Cavalier 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$4,900]
The Columbia Motor Car Co., Division United States Motor Co., Broadway at 61st Street, New York, New York – Works: Hartford, Connecticut
28 p.; illustrations [Designed by Robert J. Wildhack, New York – Printed by Rogers & Company, Chicago and New York]
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 9
Corbin
1912
Models: Model “40” Toy Tonneau [$3000]; Model “40” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model “40” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3050]; Model “40” Torpedo [$3100]; Model “40” Limousine [$4000]; Model “30” Touring Car [$2000]; Model “30” Two-Passenger Roadster [$2000]
The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation, New Britain, Connecticut
8 p.; illustrations [A. Mugford, Inc., Hartford]
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 10
Crow Elkhart – Advance Catalogue
1912
Models: Model 50 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$875]; Model 51 4-cylinder 33 H.P. Two-Passenger Raceabout [$1000]; Model 53 4-cylinder 33 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1200]; Model 54 4-cylinder 33 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring [$1250]; Model 55 4-cylinder 35-38 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring [$1450]; Model 52 4-cylinder 33 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring [$1100]; Model 56 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring [$1600]; Model 58 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring [$1750]; Model 59 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Fore Door Touring [$2000]; Model 61 Panel Delivery [$1100]; Model 57 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Torpedo Speedster [$1650]; Model 60 4-cylinder 33 H.P. Two-Passenger Coupe [$2150]
Crow Motor Car Co., Elkhart, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 11
Flandrau
1912
Models: 4-cylinder 11-14 H.P. [Chassis $2250]; 2-cylinder 10-12 H.P. [Chassis $2000]; 4-cylinder 12-18 H.P. [Chassis $2600]; 4-cylinder 15-25 H.P. [Chassis $3000]; 4-cylinder 16-27 H.P. [Chassis $3400]; 4-cylinder 18-34 H.P. [Chassis $3900]; 6-cylinder 24-50 H.P. [Chassis $4650]; 4-cylinder 23-43 H.P. [Chassis $4200]; 4-cylinder 35-50 H.P. [Chassis $4650]; 6-cylinder 50-65 H.P. [Chassis $6500]
Flandrau Motor Car Company, 406, 408, 410 and 412 Broome Street, New York, New York -Société des Automobiles Brasier, Paris, France
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 12
Haynes: Parts List and Instruction
1912
Models: Model 21
Haynes Automobile Company, Kokomo, Indiana
60 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 13
Herreshoff: – Parts Price List
1912
Models:
Hereshoff
28 p. typwritten
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 14
Herreshoff: – Parts Price List
1912
Models: Model 25
Hereshoff
23 p. typwritten
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 15
Hupmobile
1912
Models: 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Runabout [$750]; 4-cylinder 32 H.P. Touring Car [$900]; 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Roadster [$850]; 4-cylinder 20 H.P. Coupe [$1100]
Hupp Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
4 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 85, No. 16
Jackson Motor Cars – No Hill Too Steep, No Sand Too Deep
1912
Models: Model 52 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Torpedo [$1800]; Model 42 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Torpedo [$1500]; Model 32 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Torpedo [$1100]; Model 26 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$1100]; Model 27 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$1100]; Model 28 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Roadster [$1000]; Model 29 4-cylinder 28 H.P. Roadster [$1000]
Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Etheridge Printing Co., Grand Rapids]

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3-TOP p.v. 86 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues K – OLD 1912

3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 1
Knox Motor Trucks – Knox Commercial Motor Vehicles
1912
Models: Model “R-3” Two Ton Truck [Chassis $3000]; Model “R-5” Two Ton Truck [Chassis $3200]; Model “R-14” Two Ton Truck [Chassis $3500]; Model “R-15” Three Ton Truck [Chassis $3700]; Model “R-16” Four Ton Truck [Chassis $4000]; Model “M-17” Five Ton Truck [Chassis $4500]; Model “M-18” Six Ton Truck [Chassis $5000]; Model “R-64” Civic Vehicle [Chassis $3100]; Model “R-33” Fire Car [$4600-$5400]; Model “R-5” Combination Hose and Chemical [$4350]; Model “M-4” Fire Car [$5500]; Model “M-3” Combination Hose and Chemical [$5600]; Model “M-2” High Pressure Hose Car [$6500]; Model “8” 600 Gallon Triple Combination Pumping engine [$9000]; Model “9” 850 Gallon Pumping Engine [$11,000]; Knox “Martin” Tractor Model “R” [$2750]; Knox “Martin” Tractor Model “M” [$3250]
Knox Automobile Company, Springfield, Massachusetts – 1966 Broadway, New York, New York
56 p.; illustrations [The F.A. Bassette Company, Printers, Springfiedld, Massachusetts, Engraved by The Mason Studio]
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 2
Lambert – Friction Driven Lambert Cars for 1912 – Reprint from The Automobile Journal, Issue of Nov., 25, 1911
1912
Models: Model 99B 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Torpedo; Model 66C 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car; Model 99C 4-cylinder Roadster; One-Ton Power Wagon
[Lambert]
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 3
The Lion 40 – The Dependable Car for Town and Country use, Splendid in Appointment and Poser, Simple in Action and Construction, A Car of High Degree at a Moderate Price
1912
Models: Model “K” Lion “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,600]; Model “L” Lion “40” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,600]; Model “M” Lion “40” 4-cylinder Gentlemen’s Speedster [$1,550]
The Lion Motor Car Company, Adrian, Michigan
23 p.; illustrations [Drawings, Engraving and Printing by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 4
Marion: Parts List
1912
Models: Model 36-A; Model 37-A; Model 38-A
The Marion Sales Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
77 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 5
Marion: Parts List
1912
Models: Model Forty-Six; Model Forty-Seven; Model Forty-Eight
The Marion Sales Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
77 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 6
Marmon: Parts List and Instructions – Number 1334 – Instructions for Care and Operation and Parts Price List with Illustrations… Covering Series July 1st, 1911, to October 1st, 1912
1912
Models: Model “32”
Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianpolis, Indiana
47 p.; illustrations [Photographed, Engraved, Printed, By the Hoover-Watson Printing Company, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 7
The Marmon – The Easiest Riding Car in the World
1912
Models: Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Four-Passenger Suburban [$2750]; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Roadster [$2750]; Model “Thirty-Two” 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Seven-Pasenger Limousine [$4000]; Model Thirty-Two 4-cylinder 32-40 H.P. Landaulet [$4100]
Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianpolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis]
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 8
Marquette Motor Cars
1912
Models: Model 28 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Torpedo Touring Car [$4000]; Model 22 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$3000]; Model 24 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3000]; Model 25 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Model 27 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]
The Marquette Company, Detroit, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Complete by Peninsular Engraving Company, Detroit and Toledo]
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 9
Mercer Motor Cars – The Champion Light Car – Series 35
1912
Models: Type 35 Series C 4-cylinder 30.6 H.P. Raceabout [$2500]; Type 35 Series D 4-cylinder 30.6 H.P. Two-Passenger Runabout [$2500]; Type 35 Series A 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Four-Passenger Newport [$2500]; Type 35 Series A 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Four-Passenger Limousine [$3800]; Type 35 Series B 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Five-Passenger Newport [$2750]; Type 35 Series B 4-cylinder 32.4 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$3800]
The Mercer Automobile Company, F.W. Roebling, President, Trenton, New Jersey
20 p.; illustrations [Designde and Printed by the Artgravers, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 10
Moon Cars: Parts Price List – Taking Effect May 1st, 1911
1912
Models: Model 30; Model 45; Model C
Moon Motor Car Co., St. Louis, Missouri
28 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 11
Napier – The Morning Post and The 15-h.p. Noiseless Napier of 1912 – From “The Morning Post”, October 13th, 1911
1912
Models: 15 H.P. de Luxe Landaulet [£665]
S. F. Edge, Ltd., 14, New Burlington Street, London, W.
5 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 12
National 40 – National Motor Cars – King of the Speedway, Monarch of the Road
1912
Models: National 40 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-door Touring Car [$2,600]; National 40 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Fore-door Toy Tonneau [$2,600]; National 40 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3,000]; National 40 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Open-front Touring Car [$2,500]; National 40 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Open-front Toy Tonneau [$2,500]; National 40 4-cylinder Roadster [$2,500]; National 40 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4,000]; National 40 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2,500]
National Motor Vehicle Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
24 p.; illustrations [Designed and Written by Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis, Indiana]
3-TOP p.v. 86, No. 13
Oldsmobile – Oldsmobile 14th Year
1912
Models: Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster[$5000]; Limited 6-cylinder 60 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6300]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$3500]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3500]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Two-Passenger Touring Roadster [$3500]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Two-Passenger Speedster [$3800]; Autocrat 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$4700]; Defender 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3000]; Defender 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Tourabout [$3000]; Defender 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Two-Passenger Touring Roadster [$3000]; Defender 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Three-Passenger Coupe [$3600]
Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan
24 p.; illustrations [Rogers & Company, Chicago, New York]

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3-TOP p.v. 87 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues Overland 1912

3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 1
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 37, Covered and Express Body; Model 38 Touring Car; Model 38 Coupe
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
52 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 2
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 40; Model 41; Model 42; Model 55; Model 56
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
52 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 3
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 45; Model 46
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
47 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 4
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 47
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
40 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 5
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 49 Roadster; Model 49 Open Touring Car; Model 49 with Fore Doors
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
48 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 6
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 51
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
52 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 7
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 52; Model 53; Model 54
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
52 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 8
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 59 C Coupe; Model 59 R Roadster; Model 59 T Touring Car
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
62 p.; illustrations [The Blade Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 9
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 60 F Four-Passenger Model 60 T Five-Passenger
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
56 p.; illustrations [The Express Printing & Paper Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 10
Overland: Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 61 C Coupe; Model 61 F Four-Passenger Touring Car; Model 61 T Five-Passenger Touring Car; Model 61 R Roadster
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
63 p.; illustrations [The Franklin Co., Toledo, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 87, No. 11
Overland: Preliminary Price List of Parts
1912
Models: Model 69 C Coupe; Model 69 R Roadster; Model 69 T Five-Passenger Touring Car; Model 69 F Four-Passenger Touring Car
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
32 p.; illustrations

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3-TOP p.v. 88 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues P – Z 1912

3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 1
Peerless Motor Cars
1912
Models: Model 35 “38-Six” Five-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; Model 35 “38-Six” Four-Passenger Torpedo [$4000]; Model 35 “38-Six” Three-Passenger Roadster [$4000]; Model 36 “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$5000]; Model 36 “48-Six” Five-Passenger Phaeton [$5000]; Model 36 “48-Six” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$5000]; Model 37 “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; Model 37 “60-Six” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$6000]; Model 37 “60-Six” Five-Passenger Phateon [$6000]; Model 33 “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4300]; Model 33 “40-Four” Six-Passenger Torpedo [$4300]; Model 33 “40-Four” Five-Passenger Phaeton [$4300]; Model 36 “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$6200]; Model 36 “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$6000]; Model 36 “48-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$6100]; Model 35 “38-Six” Six-Passenger Landaulet [$5100]; Model 35 “38-Six” Six-Passenger Limosuine [$5000]; Model 35 “38-Six” Six-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$5200]; Model 33 “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$5400]; Model 33 “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$5300]; Model 33 “40-Four” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$5500]; Model 37 “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Limousine [$7000]; Model 37 “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Berline-Limousine [$7200]; Model 37 “60-Six” Seven-Passenger Landaulet [$7100]; Model “24-Four” Six-Passenger Limousine [$4200]; Model “24-Four” Six-Passenger Landaulet [$4300]; 3-Ton Truck [Chassis $3500]; 4-Ton Truck [Chassis $3800]; 5-Ton Truck [Chassis $4300]
The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio – The Peerless Motor Car Co. of N.Y., Broadway and 57th St., New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by Bartlett-Orr Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 2
Rambler Motor Cars
1912
Models: Cross Country 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1650]; Suburban 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1650]; 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1600]; 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Four-Passenger Sedan [$2500]; Gotham 4-cylinder 38 H.P. Five-Passenger Limousine [$2750]; Moraine 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Country Club 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Valkyrie 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Metropolitan 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Seven-Passenger Torpedo [$2850]; Greyhound 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Six-Passenger Torpedo [$2850]; Knickerbocker Berline Limousine [$4200]
The Thomas B. Jeffery Company, Kenosha, Wisconsin – 38-40 West Sixty-Second Street, New York, New York
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 3
Regal – The Regal “20” Colonial Coupe, 1912 Model
1912
Models: Regal “20” 4-cylinder 20-25 H.P. Three-Passenger Colonial Coupe [$1250]
Regal Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan
8 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 4
Regal – Announcing the Regal Model H
1912
Models: Model H 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Underslung Touring Car [$1400]
Regal Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan
16 p.; illustrations [Joseph Mack Printing House, Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 5
REO Motor Trucks – Delivering The Goods – “Praise from Caesar is Praise Indeed”
1912
Models:
R. M. Owen & Company, General Sales Agent, Reo Motor Truck Company, Lansing, Michigan
15 p. & postcard insert; illustrations [Advertising Press of Mathews, Kay, Mann & Co., Detroit]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 6
The Richmond Motor Cars
1912
Models: Model M-2 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,400]; Model M-1 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$1,250]; Model N-2 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1,050]; Model N-1 4-cylinder 30 H.P. Two-Passenger Roadster [$950]; 1,000 Pounds Delivery Car [$1,000]
The Wayne Works, Richmond, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 7
Schacht – Invincible Schacht Motor Cars – The Car With a Good Disposition
1912
Models: Model L 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$1500]; Model F.L. 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$1500]; Model A-A 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Touring Car [$1600]; Model G.F. 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Door Touring Car [$1650]; Model J.M. 4-cylinder 45-50 H.P. Four-Door Touring Car [$1750]; Model D-4 Delivery [$1,585]; Model R 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Runabout [$730]; Model B.T. 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Touring Car [$900]; Model B 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Surrey [$850]; Model S 2-cylinder 24 H.P. Runabout [$825]; Model E Delivery [$850]; Model D Delivery [$975]; Model 18 2-Ton Truck [$2800]; Model 19 3-Ton Truck [$3000]; Model 21 4-Ton Truck [$3300]
The Schacht Motor Car Co., Winton Place, Cincinnati, Ohio
32 p. & 8 p. insert; illustrations [$F.C.H Manns Co., Cincinnati]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 8
The Selden Car – Series 47
1912
Models: Model 47S 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2600]; Model 47 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2500]; Model 47R 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Three-Passenger Roadster [$2500]; Model 47T 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2500]; Model 47L 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3750]
The Selden Motor Vehicle Company, Rochester, New York
30 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 9
SGV Cars
1912
Models: Standard Runabout 4-cylinder 25 H.P. [$2,500]; Standard Runabout 4-cylinder 35 H.P. [$3,000]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2,500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$3,250]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$3,250]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Coupe Landaulet [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Coupe Landaulet [$4,000]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Standard Brougham [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Standard Brougham [$4,000]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Standard Landaulet [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Standard Landaulet [$4,000]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Standard Limousine [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Standard Limousine [$4,000]; 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Inside Drive Coupe [$3,500]; 4-cylinder 35 H.P. Inside Drive Coupe [$4,000]
The SGV Co., Reading, Pennsylvania
24 p.; illustrations [Frank Presbrey, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 10
The Speedwell (No date – sample copy)
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 11
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 3, March 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 12
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 2, February 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 13
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 4, April 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 14
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 5, May 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 15
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 7, July 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 16
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 8, August 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 17
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 9, September 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 18
The Speedwell, Vol. 3, No. 12, [December] 1912
The Speedwell Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio
8 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 19
Thomas – The Story of the Thomas – “Nothing Counts Like Service”
1912
Models: Model “Six-Forty” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$4000]; Model “Six-Forty” Five-Passenger Phaeton [$4000]; Model “Six-Forty” Four-Passenger Surrey [$4000]; Model “Six-Forty” Two-Passenger Runabout [$4000]; Model “Six-Forty” Limousine [$5000]; Model “Six-Forty” Landaulet [$5000]; Model “Six Forty” Vestibule Type Limousine [$5150]; Model “Six-Forty” Vestibule Type Limousine [$5150]; Model “Six-Forty” Brougham [$4950]; Model “Six-Seventy” Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$6000]; Model “Six-Seventy” Four-Passenger Flyabout [$6000]; Model “Six-Seventy” Two, Three or Four-Passenger Runabout [$6000]; Model “Six-Seventy” Limousine or Landaulet [$7200]; Model “Six-Seventy” Vestibule Type Limousine or Landaulet [$7350]
E. R. Thomas Motor Car Company, Buffalo, New York – Thomas Motor Company of New York, Broadway and 64th St., New York, New York
31 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 20
Velie – The Name Insures the Quality
1912
Models: 35 H.P. Velie Jr.
Velie Motor Vehicle Company, Moline, Illinois
2 p. postcard; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 21
Velie Motor Cars – The Name Insures the Quality
1912
Models: Model L “Special” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Six-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model L “Special” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Limousine [$3750]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2200]; Model N 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Torpedo [$2200]; Model G-1 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$2000]; Model H-2 “Doctor’s Special” 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Roadster [$1900]; Doctor’s Special 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Coupe [$2125]; Model H-1 Racetype Roadster [$2000]
Velie Motor Vehicle Company, Moline, Illinois
32 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 22
Westcott Motor Cars – A Comparison Point by Point Reveals the Merit of the Westcott Motor Car – “Swift, silent sure – built to endure”
1912
Models: Model R 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2250]; Model K 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1800]; Model L 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Four-Passenger Touring Car [$1800]; Model M 4-cylinder 40 H.P. Two-Passenger Speedster [Gentlemen’s Roadster] [$1800]
Westcott Motor Car Co., Richmond, Indiana
23 p.; illustrations [Designed, Engraved and Printed by the Republican Publishing Company, Complete Catalogue Builders, Hamilton, Ohio]
3-TOP p.v. 88, No. 23
The Zimmerman – The Car of Quality
1911
Models: Model Z-40-0 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1600]; Model Z-40-T 4-cylinder Torpedo [$1700]; Model Z-40-F 4-cylinder Fore Door Touring Car [$1650]; Model Z-40-R 4-cylinder Roadster [$1500]
Zimmerman Mfg. Co., Auburn, Indiana
16 p.; illustrations [Dikinson Bros., Grand Rapids]

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 89 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – V 1912

3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 1
The Autocar, Commercial Cars – Commercial Car Catalog-Series No. 4 – Continuous Efficiency Guaranteed – Used in Every Line of Business
1912
Models: Model XXI 3,000 Pounds — Model XXI Fourteen-Passenger Signt-seer; Model XXI Twelve-Passenger Station Bus; Model XXI Combination Chemical and Fire Car; Model XXI Ambulance; Model XXI Casket Car; Model XXI Estate Car; Model XXI Open Furniture Car; Model XXI Single-curved Clsoed Car; Model XXI Straight side closed Car; Model XXI Six-post Open Car; Model XXI Piano Car; Model XXI Barrel Stake or Brewery Car
The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pennsylvania – Service Building: 428-430 West 19th St., New York, New York
45 p.; illustrations [Patterson & White Co., Philadelphia]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 2
Case Automobile: Repair Price List
1912
Models: Model L Five-Passenger Touring Car
J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. (Incorporated), Racine, Wisconsin
43 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 3
Chase Motor Vehicles – Catalogue Number 6
1912
Models: Model L Standard Express [$1950]; Model H Full Panel [$1450]; Model H Express [$1250]; Model D Express [$900]; Model D Full Panel [$1050]; Model K Standard Express [$1400]; Model J Express [$2200]; Model J Stake [$2300]; Model J Panel Top [$2500]; Model H Stake [$1300]; Model F Surrey [$975]; Model H Covered Body [$1400]
Chase Motor Truck Co., S. West Street, Syracuse, New York – 1876 Broadway, New York, New York
40 p.; illustrations [Ormsbee-Thompson Company, Syracuse, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 4
Ford: Price List of Parts – Fifth Edition – September, 1912, Prices in Effect December 1, 1911
1912
Models: Model T 1910-1910-1911-1912
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan – 1723 Broadway, New York, New York
66 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 5
Gaggenau Gasoline Motor Trucks – Leads the World in the Three Cardinal Requisites of a Commerical Power Wagon – Efficiency, Reliability, Economy
1912
Models: 5-6 Tons [Chassis $5,250]; 6-7 Tons [Chassis $6,000]
Benz Auto Import Company of America, Gaggenau Truck Department, 244-246-248 West 54th Street (Just West of Broadway), New York, New York
9 p.; illustrations [The Rothacker Press 11th St. & 7th Ave., New York]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 6
Gaylord Plain Facts – A Little History and a Few Facts about the 1912 Product – Gaylord Motor Car Co., Pioneer Manufacturers of Utility Cars
1912
Models: Gaylord Utility 4-cylinder [$1500]
Gaylord Motor Car Co., Gaylord, Michigan
12 p.; illustrations [Herald and Times Print. Gaylord]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 7
Halladay – Every Day a Halladay
1912
Models: Model “50” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model “50” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$2750]; Model “50” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$2750]; Model “50” 4-cylinder Limousine; Model “50” 4-cylinder Landaulet; Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring [$1800]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$1800]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Roadster [$1800]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Limousine; Model “40” 4-cylinder Landaulet; Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore door Touring Car [$1100]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Torpedo Roadster [$1100]
Streator Motor Car Co., Streator, Illinois
18 p.; illustrations [A. H. Anderson Printing Company, Streator, Illinois]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 8
Imperial Automobiles – Advance Specifications-1912
1912
Models: Model 44 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Semi-Torpedo[$1,750]; Model 34 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1,400]; Model 32 4-cylinder Five-Pasenger Fore Door Touring Car [$1,250]; Model 33 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Gentleman’s Roadster [$1,250]
Imperial Automobile Company, Jackson, Michigan
12 p.; illustrations [The Acorn Press, Jackson, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 9
Metz
1912
Models: Metz “Twenty-Two” 4-cylinder Roadster [$495]
Metz Company, Waltham, Massachusetts
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 10
Minerva Cars (Fitted with Silent Knight Engine) – Preliminary List
1912
Models: 16 H.P. 4-cylinder; 26 H.P. 4-cylinder; 38 H.P. 4-cylinder
Minerva Motors Ltd., London, England – Fred W. Sewell, Sole Agent, 1964 Broadway, New York, New York
6 p.
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 11
Mitchell Parts – A Catalog of Parts – Book F
1912
Models: Model R; Model T; Model S
Mitchell-Lewis Motor Co., Racine, Wisconsin
100 p.
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 12
National 40: Parts Price List – King of the Speedway, Monarch of the Road
1912
Models: National 40
National Motor Vehicle Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
32 p.
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 13
Pickard Automobiles – Catalogue 21
1912
Models: Model H 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Touring Car [$950]; Model F 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Roadster [$850]; Model G 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Surrey [$925]; Model E 4-cylinder 25 H.P. Runabout [$800]
Pickard Bros. Motor Car Co., Brockton, Massachusetts
6 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 14
Regal Motor Cars
1912
Models: Model N “25” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Underslung Roadster [$900]; “25” 4-cylinder Underslung Touring Car [$950]; Model “LF” “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1050]; Model “L” “Thirty” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Open Body Touring Car [$1000]; Model “LO” “Thirty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Demi-Tonneau Touring Car [$1050]; Model “LE” “Thirty” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Open Body Touring Car [$1000]; Model H “35” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Underslung Touring Car [$1400]; “25” 4-cylinder Colonial Coupe [$1250]
Regal Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan – 136 W. 52nd Street, New York, New York
11 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 15
Renault – Automobiles Renault
1912
Models: 40-50 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $6,000]; 35-45 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,500]; 30-40 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $5,000]; 20-30 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $4,700]; 18-24 H.P. 6-cylinder [Chassis $4,500]; 14-20 H.P. 4-cylinder [Chassis $3,750]; 12-16 H.P. 4-cylinders Curved Frame [Chassis $3,000]; 12-16 H.P. 4-cylinder Straight Frame [Chassis $2,800]; 10-12 H.P. 4-cylinders [$2,250]; 10-12 H.P. 4-cylinders Taxicab [$2,850]; 9-12 H.P. 2-cylinders [$1,900]; 9-12 H.P. 2-cylinders Taxicab [$2,500]; 8-10 H.P. 2-cylinders Voiturette [$1,500]; 8-10 H.P. 2-cylinders Runabout [$1,650]; ½-Ton Commercial Vehicle [$1,800]; 1-Ton Commercial Vehicle [$3,000]; 1½-Ton Commercial Vehicle [$3,750]; 2-Ton Commercial Vehicle [$4,200]; 3-Ton Commercial Vehicle [$5,200]; 5-Ton Commercial Vehicle [$6,000]; 4-cylinder 25-30 H.P. Aviation Motor [$2,000]; 8-cylinder 50-60 H.P Aviation Motor [$3,200]
Automobiles Renault, Billancourt, France – Renault Frères Selling Branch, Inc., 214-216 West 65th Street, New York, New York – Salesroom: 1890 Broadway (63d Street), New York, New York
30 p.; illustrations [H.H. Ashby & Co., Brooklyn]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 16
Thomas Rebuilt Automobiles – Special Bulletins Describing Used Cars for Sale
1912
Models: Various, 1908-1911 & 1 Corbin, 1 Overland
E. R. Thomas Motor Car Company, 1200 Niagara St., Buffalo, New York
2 p. & 20 p. typed forms
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 17
The Virginian Automobile – Bulletin No. 1 – Manufacturers of Dignity, Quality Automobiles
1912
Models: Model A-50 4-cylinder Six-Passenger Fore Door Touring Car [$3,000]
Richmond Iron Works Corporation, North Boulevard and R.F & P.R.R., Richmond, Virginia
10 p.; illustrations [Done by The Dietz Printing Co., Richmond, Va]
3-TOP p.v. 89, No. 18
Virginian Motor Car – Bulletin No. 2 – Manufacturers of Dignity, Quality Automobiles
1912
Models: The “Virginian” 4-cylinder
Richmond Iron Works Corporation, North Boulevard and R.F & P.R.R., Richmond, Virginia
16 p.; illustrations

Automobile Catalogs 1903-1915 (3-TOP Vol. (p.v.) 5 – 109)

3-TOP p.v. 90 – Automobiles: Manufacturers Catalogues A – S 1912

3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 1
Amplex – The Valveless Amplex – Self-Cranking Valveless Amplex Motor Cars
1912
Models: 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Limousine; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Touring Car; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Phaeton; 4-cylinder 50 H.P. Roadster
Simplex Motor Car Co., Mishakawa, Indiana
16 p., illustrations [E. E. Vreeland, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 2
Benz-Gaggenau Motor Trucks
1912
Models: Six-Ton Truck; Four-Ton Truck
Benz & Co., Manheim and Gaggenau, Germany – Benz Auto Import Company of America, 250 West 54th Street, New York, New York – Service Dept., 13th & 14th Sts., East Ave (Boulevard), Long Island City, New York
23 p.; illustrations [Blanchard Press, New York]
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 3
Bergdoll Models of Pleasure Cars, Taxicabs and Delivery Wagons – Catalogue
1912
Models: Model “40” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Touring Car [$1900]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Torpedo [$1900]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger Fore-Door Touring Car [$1500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger Toy Tonneau [$1500]; Model “30” 4-cylinder “Louis J.” Two-Passenger Roadster [$1500]; Model “40” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$3000]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Seven-Passenger Limousine [$2600]; Model “30” 4-cylinder Taxicab [$2000]; Model “30” 4-cylinder 1000-1500 Lbs. Delivery Wagon [$1500]
The Louis J. Bergdoll Motor Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
24 p.; illustrations [The Beck Engraving Co., Inc., Philadelphia, PA.]
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 4
Cartercar – Souvenir for those who motor-and those who want to. A Series of Silent Arguments for the Tired Automobile Prospect who wants to know what the Cartercar has Done and can Do. Third Edition
1912
Models:
Cartercar Company, Pontiac, Michigan
32 p.; illustrations [Prepared by Campbell-Ewald Company Advertising Service, Detroit, Michigan]
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 5
Emblem Motorcycles – Class, Power, Speed, Satisfaction
1912
Models: 7 H.P. Twin-Cylinder [$250]; 5 H.P. Single-Cylinder [$200]; 4 H.P. Single-Cylinder [$175]
Emblem Manufacturing Company, Angola, Erie Co., New York
16 p.; illustrations [Hausauer-Jones Printing Co., Buffalo, N.Y]
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 6
Enger
1912
Models: Model “E” 4-cylinder Two-Passenger Roadster [$1475]; Model “J” 4-cylinder Four-Passenger [$1475]; Model “F” 4-cylinder Five-Passenger [$1475]
The Enger Motor Car Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
12 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 7
Herreshoff – “Winners by Land and Sea”
1912
Models: Model “Twenty-Five” Colonial Coupe [$1400]; Model “Twenty-Five” Roadster [$950]; Light Delivery Car [$950]
Herreshoff Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
20 p.; illustrations [The Corday & Gross Company, Cleveland]
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 8
Johnson Motor Trucks
1912
Models: High Class Delivery Wagon, Light Body 1,000 lbs. [$1,500]; High Class Delivery Wagon, Full Wook Body 1,000 lbs. [$1,600]; One Ton Box or Stake Truck [$2,000]; Two Ton Box or Stake Truck [$2,500]; Four Ton Box or Stake Truck [$3,200]; Two Ton Coal Truck [$3,200]; Four Ton Moving Van [$3,600]; Railway Line Repair Truck [$3,500]; Fire Hose Truck [$3,000]
The Johnson Service Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
33 p.; illustrations
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 9
Lange Motor Trucks – The Truck Build on Experience
1912
Models: Two Ton Truck [$2,750]; One Ton Truck [$1,850]
Lange Motor Truck Co., South St. Clair and Eva Sts., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
14 p.; illustrations [The Farrar Advertising Co., Pittsburgh]
3-TOP p.v. 90, No. 10
Marathon Automobiles
1912
Models: Model N-50 4-cylinder 45 H.P. Fore Door Touring Car [$1