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This is a list of defunct automobile manufacturers of the United States. They were discontinued for various reasons, such as bankruptcy of the parent company, mergers, or being phased out.


A


* A Automobile Company (1910–1913)
'Blue & Gold' model * Abbott-Detroit (1909–1918)
Moved to Cleveland and renamed to 'Abbott' in 1917. * Abeln-Zehr (1911–1912)
Renamed to 'Zehr' after departure of S. Abeln in 1912. * AC Propulsion (1997–2003)
tzero model * Apex Motor Car Company (1920–1922)
Ace model * Acme Motor Car Company (1903–1911) * Adams Company (1905–1912)
'Adams-Farwell' model * Anger Engineering Company (1913–1915) * Aerocar Company (1905–1908) * Aerocar International (1946–1987) * Aircraft Products (1947)
Airscoot model * Airway (1949–1950) * Ajax Motors Co. (1914–1915)
Based in Seattle * Ajax Motor Vehicle Company (1901–1903)
Based in New York City * Aland Motor Car Company (1916–1917) * Albany Automobile Company (1907–1908) * Alden Sampson Company (1904)
Sampson model * Albaugh-Dover Co. (1910–1911)
Also known as Aldo * All-Steel Motor Car Co. (1915–1916) * Allen Motor Company (1913–1922)
Based in Ohio * Allen Iron & Steel Company (1913–1914)
Based in Philadelphia * Alpena Motor Company (1910–1914) * Alter Motor Car Company (1914–1917) * Altham (1896–1899) * Alcoa (1920–1922)
'Aluminum' model * Amalgamated Machinery Corp (1917–1919) * Ambassador (1921–1925) * American Automobile Manufacturing Company (1911–1912)
Jonz and American models. Based in Indiana. * American Automobile and Power Company (1904–1905)
Populaire model * American Automobile Co. (1899–1901)
Based in New York * American Cyclecar Co. (1914) * American Austin (1929–1941)
Renamed to 'American Bantam' in 1935 * American Beauty (1918–1920)Clymer, p.170. * American Electric (1913–1914)
Based in Michigan * American Electric Vehicle Co. (1896–1902)
Based in Chicago * American Locomotive Automobile Company (1908–1913)Clymer, p.205.
Also known as Alco * American Mercedes (1904–1907) * American Metal Wheel & Auto Co (1907)
Juvenile model * American Mors (1906–1909) * American Motor Car Company (1906–1914) * American Motor Carriage Co. (1902–1904) * American Motor Vehicle Co. (1916–1920)
Junior model * American Motors (1954–1987)
Also known as AMC * American Motors Co. (1906–1924)
Balanced Six model. Based in New Jersey * American Motors Incorporated (1917–1922)
Amco model. Based in New York * American Power Carriage (1899–1900) * American Simplex (1906–1913)
Renamed to Amplex in 1910 * American Steam Automobile Co. (1924–1931)
Based in Massachusetts * American Steam Truck Co. (1922–1924)
Based in Illinois * American Voiturette (1913–1914)
Car-Nation models * American Waltham (1898–1899) * American Wheelock * Ames, F.A. Co. (1910–1922)
Renamed to 'Ames Body Corporation' in 1915 * Ams-Sterling (1917) * Anchor Buggy & Carriage Co. (1910–1911) * Anderson Automobile Co. (1916–1925) * Anderson Carriage Manufacturing Co. (1907–1910)Kimes, p.47 * Anderson Machine Co. (1906) * Anger Engineering Company (1912–1915)
Also known as A.E.C. * Angus (1907–1910)
Fuller model * Anheuser-Busch (1905)
Built in St. Louis by the beer company * Anhut (1909–1910) * Ansted (1926–1927) * Ansted-Lexington (1922) * Anthony (1899–1900) * Apperson (1902–1926) * Apple Automobile Company (1917–1918) * Arabian (1915–1917) * ArBenz (1911–1918) * Ardsley Motor Car Co. (1905–1906) * Argo Electric Vehicle Co. (1912–1916)
Based in Saginaw, Michigan. * Argo Motor Co. (1914–1916)
Based in Jackson, Michigan. * Ariel Company (1905–1907) * Aristos * Armstrong Electric (1885–1902) * Arnolt, S.H. Inc. (1953–1954)Flory, p.1016. * Artzberger (1904) * Atlas Automobile Co. (1906–1907)
Based in Pittsburgh * Atlas Motor Car Co. (1907–1913)
Based in Massachusetts. Renamed to 'Atlas-Knight' in 1912. * Auburn Automobile Co. (1900–1936)
Based in Indiana * Auburn Motor Chassis (1912–1915) * Aultman (1901) * Aurora Automobile Co. (1905–1906)
Formerly 'Aurora Carriage Top Company' * Aurora Automatic Machinery Co. (1907–1909) * Austen * Austin Automobile Company (1901–1921) * Auto-Bug (1909–1910) * Auto Cub (1956) * Auto Cycle (1906–1907) * Auto Dynamic (1900–1902) * Autoette Electric Car Co. (1948–1970) * Automatic Transportation Co. (1921) * Automobile Fore Carriage (1900) * Automobile Voiturette * Automotor (1901–1904) * Autoparts Manufacturing Co. (1910)
King-Remick model * Auto Tricar (1914) * Auto Vehicle * Avanti Motor Co. (1963–2007) * Avery Company (1891-1928) Tractor, truck and car manufacturer

B

* Babcock, H.H. Company (1909–1913) * Babcok Electric Carriage Co. (1906–1912) * Baby Moose (1914) * Bachelle Electric (1900–1903) * Bacon (1901, 1919–1920) * Badger (1910–1911)
Based in Wisconsin * Bailey (1907–1910) * Baker Electric (1899–1916)
Based in Cleveland * Balboa (1924–1925) * Baldner (1900–1903) * Baldwin (1899–1901) * Ball Steam (1868, 1902) * Balzer (1894–1900) * Banker (1905) * Bantam (1914)
Distinct from American Bantam * Barbarino (1923–1925) * Barley Motor Car Co. (1916–1929) * Barrows Electric (1895–1899) * Bates Automobile Company (1904–1905) * Bauer (1914–1916) * Bay State (1907–1908) * Bean-Chamberlain Manufacturing Co. (1901–1902)
Hudson model * Beardsley (1914–1917) * Beechcraft (1946)Flory, p.1016. * Beggs (1919–1923) * Belden (1907–1911) * Bell Motor Car Company (1916–1922)
Based in Pennsylvania * Belmont Electric Auto Co. (1909–1910) * Belmont (1916) * Bendix (1908–1909) * Benham Manufacturing Co. (1914) * Ben Hur (1917–1918)
Based in Cleveland * Benner (1909) * Berg (1903–1905)
Based in Cleveland * Bergdoll (1910–1913) * Berwick Auto Car Co. (1904) * Berkshire (1905–1912) * Berliet * Bertolet (1908–1910) * BethlehemClymer, p.170-1. * Beverly (1904) * Bi-Autogo (1908–1912) * Biddle (1915–1922) * Beisel Motorette Company (1914) * Bimel (1916–1917) * Binghamton Electric (1920) * Binney & Burnham (1901–1902) * Birch Motor Cars (1916–1923)Clymer, p.170. * Birmingham Motors (1921–1923) * Black (1893, 1896–1900) * Black Motor Company (1908–1910)) Renamed to 'Black-Crow' in 1909 * Blackhawk (1903) * Blackhawk (1929–1930) * Bliss (1906) * B.L.M. (1906–1907) * Blomstrom (C.H.) Motor Co. (1902–1903) * Blomstrom Manufacturing Co. (1907–1908)
Gyroscope model, based in Michigan. * Blood Brothers Auto and Machine Company (1902–1906) * BMC (1952)
Distinct from the British brand * Boardman (1946) * Bobbi-Kar (1945–1947) * Boisselot (1901) * Borbein Electric (1900, 1904–1909) * Borland Electric (1910–1916) * Boss Steam Car (1897–1909)Clymer, p.23. * Boston-Amesbury (1902–1903) * Boston High Wheel (1907) * Bour-Davis Co. (1915–1922) * Bournonville * Bowman Motor Car Company (1921–1922) * Bramwell (1904–1905) * Bramwell-Robinson (1899–1902) * Brasie (1914–1916) * Brazier (1902–1903) * Brecht (1901–1903) * Brennan (1902–1908) * Brew-Hatcher (1904–1905) * Brewster & Co. (1915–1925, 1934–1937) * Briggs and Stratton (1919–1923)
Smith Flyer model * Briggs-Detroiter Motor Car Co. (1912–1917) * Brightwood * Briscoe Motor Co. (1913–1923) * Bristol (1903–1904) * Broc Electric (1909–1916)
Based in Cleveland * Brogan (1946–1950) * Brook (1920–1921) * Brooks Steamer (1927) * Brown (1914) * Brownie (1916)Clymer, p.206. * Browniekar (1908–1911) * Brush Motor Car Company (1907–1912) * Bryan Steam Car (1918–1923) * Buckeye (1895)
Based in Indiana * Buckmobile (1903–1905) * Buffalo Automobile and Auto-Bi Company (1900–1902) * Buffalo Electric (1912–1915) * Buffum (1901–1907) * Buggy Car Company (1908–1909) * Bugmobile (1907–1909)
Based in Chicago * Burdick (1909) * Burg (1910–1913) * Burns (1908–1912) * Burrows (1914–1915) * Burtt Manufacturing Co. (1902–1906)
Cannon model * Bush (1916–1924)

C

* C-A-C (1914–1915) * Cady Automobile Company (1899) * California (1900–1902, 1910) * Caloric (1903–1904) * Camelot Motors (1981) * Cameron (1903–1920)One of three companies by this name. Clymer, pp.23 & 206. * Campbell (1918–1919) * Canda (1900–1902) * Cannon (1902–1906) * Cantono Electric (1904–1907) * Car de Luxe (1906–1910) * Carbon Motors Corporation (2003–2013) * Cardway (1923–1924) * Carhart (1871) * Carhartt Automobile Company (1910–1912) * Carlson (1904) * Carrol * Carroll (1908)
Distinct from ''Carrol'' * Carroll Six (1921–1922) * Carter Twin-Engine (1907–1908) * Cartercar (1905–1916) * Carthage (1914–1915) * Case (1911–1927)
Based in Wisconsin * C.B (1917–1918) * Ceco (1914–1915)
Based in Chicago * Centaur (1902–1903) * Central (1905–1906) * Century (1900–1903)
'Tourist' model * Century Motor Company (1911–1915)
Renamed to 'Century Electric Car Company' in 1915 * Century Steamer (1906) * Cornish-Friedberg Motor Car Co (1907–1909) * Chadwick Engineering Works (1904–1916, 1960) * Chalfant (1905–1912) * Chalmers-Detroit (1908–1914)
Renamed to Chalmers in 1911 * Champion (1916) * Chandler (1913–1929) * Chapman Electric (1899–1901) * Charles Abresch Company (1899–circa 1965) * Chase (1907–1912) * Checker Motors Corporation (1922–1982) * Chelsea (1914) * Chicago (1902) * Chicago Electric (1899–1901) * Chicago Motor Buggy (1908) * Chicago Recording Scale Co (1906–1907)
Apollo model * Chicago Steam Car (1905–1907) * Chief (1908) * Christie (1904–1910) * Christman (1901–1905, 1907) * Church-Field (1912–1913) * Church Manufacturing Co (1903–1904)
Lenawee model * Cincinnati Steamer (1903–1904) * CinO (1910–1913) * Citicar (1974–1976) * Clark (1901) * Clark Electric (1903–1905) * Clark & Company (1903–1904)
Clarkmobile model * Classic (1916–1917, 1920) * Cleburne * Clénet Coachworks (1975–1980) * Clermont * Cleveland (1902–1904)Clymer, p.190.
Built in Cleveland * Cleveland (1905–1909) * Cleveland (1914) * Cleveland (1919–1926) * Climber (1919–1924) * Clinton E. Woods Electric (1897–1901) * Clipper (1956) * Clough Steamer (1869) * Cloughley (1896–1903) * Club Car (1910–1911) * Clyde Special * Clymer (1908)
Based in Missouri * Coates-Goshen (1908–1910) * Coats Steam Car (1921–1923) * Coda (2009–2013) * Coey-Mitchell Automobile Company (1913–1917) * Coggswell (1910–1911) * Colburn (1906–1911)
Based in Denver * ColbyDenver (1911–1914) * Cole Motor Car Company (1909–1925)
Based in Indianapolis * Colonial Motors Corporation (1921–1922) * Colonial Electric Car Company (1912) * Colt (1907)
Based in New York * Columbia (1897–1913) * Columbian Electric * Columbia Motors (1916–1924)Clymer, p.206. * Columbian Electric (1914–1917)
Distinct from 'Columbia Electric' * Columbus Buggy Company (1907–1908) * Columbus Electric (1903–1915)
Based in Ohio * Comet (1917–1922)
Based in Illinois * Comet (1946–1951) * Commerce (1907–1908) * Commercial Motor Truck Company
Based in Ohio * Commodore (1921–1922) * Commonwealth (1917–1922) * Commuter Cars (1998) * Comuta-Car (1979–1982) * Conrad (1900–1903) * Continental (1907–1908) * Continental (1914)
Based in Minneapolis and Chicago * Continental (1933–1934) * Continental (1956–1957) * Corbin (1904–1912) * Corbin (1999–2003) * Corbitt (1907–1914) * Cord (1929–1932,1936–1937) * Corinthian (1922–1923) * Cornelian (1914–1915) * Cornish-Friedberg * Correja (1909–1914) * Corwin (1905–1906)
Gas-au-lec model * Cosmopolitan (1907–1910)
Distinct from the Nash Cosmopolitan * Cotta Steam (1901–1903) * Country Club (1903–1904) * Courier (1904–1905) * Courier (1909–1911) * Courier Car Co (1912)
'Clermont' model * Covert (1902–1907) * Coyote Special (1909–1910) * C.R. Patterson and Sons (1915–1939), maker of the Patterson-Greenfield automobile and later buses and trucks. * Craig-Toledo (1907) * Crane (1912–1920)
Renamed to Crane-Simplex in 1915 * Crane & Breed (1912–1917) * Crawford (1904–1923) * Crescent (1913–1914) * Crestmobile (1901–1905) * Cricket Cyclecar Company (1913–1914) * Criterion * Crompton (1902–1905) * Crosley (1939–1952) * Crouch (1894–1900) * Crow-Elkhart (1911–1923) * Crowdus Electric (1899–1902) * Crown (1905–1907) * Crowther (1915–1917)
Renamed to 'Crowther-Duryea' in 1917 * Croxton-Keeton (1909–1914)
Renamed to 'Croxton' in 1911 * Cruiser (1917–1919) * Culver (1905) * Cunningham (1907–1936) * Cunningham Sports Cars (1951–1955) * Clark-Carter Automobile Co (1909–1912)
Renamed to Cutting Motor Car Company in 1911 * C.V.I. Motor Car Co (1907–1908)

D

* Detroit Air-Cooled Car Company (1922–1923) * Dagmar (1922–1927) * Dale (1974) * Daniels (1916–1924) * Dan Patch (1910–1911) * Darby Motor Car Company (1909–1910) * Darling (1901–1902)Clymer, pp.5 & 206. * Darrin (1946, 1955–1958) * Davenport (1902) * Davis (1908–1929) * Davis Cyclecar Company (1914) * Davis (1947–1949) * Davis Steam Car (1921) * Davis Totem (1921–1922) * Dawson (1904) * Dawson Auto-Mobile (1899–1901) * Day Automobile Company (1911–1914) * Dayton (1914) * Dayton Electric (1911–1915) * Deal (1905–1911) * Decatur (1910–1911) * Decatur (1914–1915) * Decker (1902–1903) * Deere-Clark (1906; Deere 1907) * Deering Magnetic (1918–1919) * De La Vergne (1895–1896) * Delling (1924–1927) * Delmore (1921–1923) * DeLorean Motor Company (1975–1982) * De Luxe Motor Car Company (1906–1908) * De Mars Electric (1905–1906; Blakeslee Electric 1906; Williams Electric 1906–1907; Byrider Electric 1907–1910) * DeMot or DeMotCar (1910–1911) * De Motte (1904) * Denneed (1916) * Derain (1908–1911) * Desberon (1901–1904) * De Schaum (1908–1909) * Des Moines (1902) * De Soto Motor Car Company (1913–1914) * DeSoto (1928–1961) * De Tamble (1908–1913) * Detroit Automobile Company (1899–1901) * Detroit Automobile Manufacturing Company (1905) * Detroit Auto Vehicle Company (1904–1908) * Detroit Cyclecar Company (1913–1914) * Detroit-Dearborn Motor Car Company (1910–1911) * Detroit Electric (1907–1939) * Detroiter (1912–1917) * Detroit-Oxford Motor Car Company (1905–1906) * Detroit-Speedster (1913–1914; Saginaw Speedster 1914) * Detroit Steam Motors Corporation (1922) * De Vaux-Hall Motors Company (1931–1932; Continental-De Vaux 1932) * De Vaux Continental (1932–1934) * DeWitt (1909–1910) * Dewabout (1900–1901) * Dey Electric (1917–1919) * Dey Griswold (1895–1898) * Diamond (1914–1915) * Diamond T (1905–1911) * Diana (1925–1928) * Dile (1914–1917) * Dingfelder Motor Company (1903) * Disbrow (1917–1918) * Dispatch (1910) * Dixie (1908–1910) * Dixie (1916) * Dixie Flyer (1916–1923) * Doble steam car (1914–1918, 1922–1931) * Dodge (A.M.) Company (1914–1915) * Dodgeson Motors (1926) * DODO (1912) * Dolson (J.L.) & Sons (1904–1907) * Dorris Motors Corporation (1906–1926) * Dort Motor Car Company (1915–1924) * Douglas (1918–1919) * Downing Motor Company (1913–1915) * Dragon Automobile Company (1906–1908) * Drake (1921–1922) * Drexel (1916–1917) * Driggs-Seabury (1915; Driggs 1921–1923) * Drummond (1916–1917) * Dual-Ghia (1956–1958) * Duck (Jackson model)Clymer, p.5. * Dudly Tool Company (1913–1915) * Dudgeon Steam (1857, 1866) * Duer (1907–1910) * Duesenberg (1920–1937) * Dumont * Dunn (1916–1918) * Duplex (1908–1909) * Du Pont (1919–1931) * Duquesne (1904–1906) * Durant Motors (1921–1931) * Durocar (1906–1911) * Duryea (1893–1917) * Dyke (or St Louis) (1899–1901; Dyke-Britton 1904) * Dymaxion (1933)

E

* Eagle (1905–1909) * Eagle (1988–1998) * Eagle Electric (1915–1916) * Eagle Rotary (1914–1915; Eagle-Macomber 1916–1918) * Earl Motors Incorporated (1907–1908) * Earl (1921–1923) * Eastman (1898–1900) * Eastman (1901–1902) * Eaton Electric (1898–1900) * Eck * Eclipse Steam (1900–1903) * Economy (1916–1919; Economy-Vogue 1920; Vogue 1921–1922) * Eddy Electric (1900–1901) * Edsel (1958–1960) * Edwards-Knight (1912–1913) * Edwards (1954–1955) * E.H.V. (see Compound) * Eichstaedt (1898–1902) * Eisenhuth (1904–1908)
'Compound' model * Elberg * Elberon (Columbia model) * Elbert (1914–1915) * Elcar (1915–1931) * Elco (1915–1917) * Eldredge (1903–1906) * Electra (1914–1915) * Electric Vehicle (1897–1907) * Electronomic * Elgin (1916–1924) * Elite * Elite (1901–1902) * Elkhart (see Crow-Elkhart or Komet)Clymer, p.207. * Elliott (1897–1899) * Ellis * Ellsworth (1907) * Elmore (1893–1912) * El Morocco (1956–1957) * Emancipator (1909) * Emerson (1917) * E-M-F (1909–1912)
'Wayne' model * Empire (1901–1902) * Empire (1910–1919) * Empire Steam Car (1925–1927) * Empire Steamer (1899–1902) * Empire Steamer (1904) * Endurance Steam Car (1922–1924) * Enger (1909–1917) * Engler (W.B.) Cyclecar Company (1914–1915) * Entz (1914) * Erie (1899–1902) * Erskine (1927–1930) * Eshelman (1953–1961) * Essex (1906) * Essex Motor Company (1919–1932) * Etnyre (1910–1911) * Euclid (1908) * Eureka (1900) * Eureka (1907–1909) * Evansville * Everitt (1909–1912) * Everybody's (1907–1909) * Ewing (1908–1910) * Excalibur (1965–1997) * Excel (1914)

F

* Fageol (1900, 1917) * Fal-Car (1909–1914)
Also known as F.A.L. * Falcon Engineering Company (1907–1909)
Unrelated to Ford Falcon * Falcon-Knight (1927–1929) * Famous (1908–1909) * Fanning (1901–1903) * Farmack (1915–1916) * Farner (1922–1923) * Faulkner-Blanchard (1910) * Federal (1907–1909) * Federal Steam (1901–1902) * Fenton (1913–1914)
Unrelated to Fenton Headers * Ferris (1920–1922) * Fey Touring (1897–1906) * Fiberfab (1964–1983) * Fidelia (1913–1914) * Field (1886, 1905) * Fina-Sport (1953–1954) * Firestone-Columbus (1909–1915) * Fischer-Detroit (1914) * Fisher (1901–1905) * Fisker Automotive (2007–2014) * Flagler (1914)
Based in Michigan * Flanders 20 (1910–1912) * Flanders Manufacturing Company (1912–1914) * Flanders (1913)
'Flanders Six' model * Flexbi (1904) * Flint (1923–1927)Clymer, p.207. * Flyer Motor Car Company (1913–1914) * Forest (1905–1906) Organized in Boston. * Forest City (1905)
Manufactured as the Jewell beginning in 1906. Organized in Cleveland, Ohio, & named for the city nickname. * Forsyth (circa 1896) Franklin, Minnesota; only a prototype built. * Forth (1905)
New York company, one of two of the same name, organized by Clarence Forth (doubtful any cars built) * Forth (1910)
Mansfield, Ohio, company, one of two of the same name, organized by Clarence Forth (all of one car assembled) * Fort Pitt (1908–1910, 1911)
Organized in New Kensington, Pennsylvania; moved to Pittsburgh 1911. Always known as the Pittsburgh Six * Foster (1889,1901–1904) * Fostoria (1906–1907) * Fournier-Searchmont * Fox (1921–1923) * Franklin (1902–1934) * Frayer-Miller (1904–1910) * Frazer (1946–1951) * Frederickson (1914) * Fredonia (1902–1904) * Fremont (1920–1922) * Friedman Automobile Company (1900–1903) * Friend Motors Corporation (1920–1921) * Fritchle Electric (1905–1920) * Frontenac (1906–1913) * Frontenac Motor Corporation (1921–1925) * Frontmobile (1917–1918) * F.R.P. (1914–1916) * F.S. (1911–1912) * Fuller (1908–1910) * F.W.D. (1910–1912)
Based in Wisconsin

G

* Gabriel (1910–1912)Cars and trucks, built in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190. * Gaeth (1902–1911) * Gale (1905–1907) * Galloway (1908–1911) * Gardner (1920–1931) * Garford (1908, 1911–1913) * Gas-au-lec (1905–1906) * Gaslight (1960–circa 1961) * Gasmobile (1899–1902) * Gaylord Motor Car Company (1911–1913) * Gaylord (1955–1956) * Gearless (1907–1909) * Gearless Steamer * Gem Motor Car Company (1917–1919) * General (1902–1904) * General Electric (1891–1898, 1902–1903) * General Electric (1898–1900) * General Motors Corporation (1908–2009) * Geneva (1901–1904) * German-American (1902–1903) * Geo (1989–1997) * Geronimo (1917–1920) * Ghent (1916–1918) * Gillette (1916) * Gillig (1890) * G.J.G. (1909–1914) * Glasspar (1949–1953) * Gleason (1909–1913) * Glide (1903–1920) * Globe Four (1921–1922) * Glover (1920–1921) * Golden Eagle (1906) * Graham-Paige (1928–1930; Graham 1930–1941) * Gramm (1902) * Granite Falls * Grant (1913–1922) * Graves & Condon (1908–1910)) * Gray Motor Corporation (1922–1926) * Gray Light Car (1920) * Great Eagle (1910–1918) * Great Southern (1910–1914) * Great Western (1910–1916)Clymer, p.178. * Greenleaf Cycle Company (1902) * Gregory (1920–1922) * Greyhound (1914–1916) * Grinnell Electric Car Company (1910–1915) * Griswold Motor Car Company (1907) * Grout (1900–1912) * Gurley (1899–1901) * G.V (1907) * Gyroscope (1908–1909)

H

* Haase (1902–1904) * Hackett Motor Car Company (1916–1919) * H.A.L. (1916–1918) * Hall (1903–1904) * Hall (1914–1915) * Halladay (1905–1922) * Hamilton (1917) * Hamlin-Holmes (1919–1929; Hamlin 1930) * Hammer-Sommer (1902–1906)
Renamed to Hammer Motor Company for 1905–1906 * Handley Motors Incorporated (1921–1923; Handley 1923) * Hanger (1916) * Hanover (1921–1927) * Hanson (1918–1925) * Harding (1916–1917) * Hardy * Harper (1907–1908) * Harrie (1925) * Harris (1910) * Harrison Wagon Company (1905–1907; Harrison Motor Car Company 1907) * Harroun Motor Sales Corporation (1917–1922) * Harry S. Houpt Manufacturing Company: (See Houpt (1909); The "New Departure Manufacturing Company" (Bristol, Connecticut) forming of Houpt-Rockwell in 1910) Covered in the German Wikipedia * Hartley (1895–1899) * Hartman (1914–1918) * Harvard (1915–1921) * Harwood-Barley (1911–1915) * Hasbrouck (1900–1902) * Hatfield (1907–1908) * Hatfield (1916–1924) * Havers Motor Car Company (1908–1914) * Hawk Cyclecar Company (1914) * Hawkins Cyclecar (1914)
Xenia model * Hawley (1906–1908) * Hay-Berg (1907–1908) * Haydock * Haynes-Apperson (1896–1905; Haynes 1904–1925) * Hayward (1913) * H.C.S. (1920–1925) * Healey (circa 1905–circa 1916) * Heine-Velox (1903–1908, 1921–1923) * Hendel (1903–1904) * Henderson (1912–1914) * Henney (1921–1931) * Henney (1960–1964) * Henry Motor Car Company (1910–1912) * Henry J (1951–1954) * Hercules (1914–1915) * Herff-Brooks (1915–1916) * Herreshoff Motor Company (1909–1914) * Hertel (1895–1900) * Hertz (1924–1927) * Heseltine (1916–1917) * Hewitt (1906–1907) * Hewitt-Lindstrom (1900–1901) * Heymann (1898–1907) * Hidley Steam Car (1901) * Highlander (1919–1922) * Hill (1904–1908) * Hines (1908–1910) * Hitchcock Motor Car Company (1909) * Hobbie Accessible (1908–1909) * Hoffman (1901–1904) * Hoffman (1931) * Holden (1915) * Holland (1902–1903) * Holley (1900–1904) * Hollier (1915–1921) * Holly Six (1913–1915) * Holmes (1906–1907) * Holsman (1901–1911) * Hol-Tan (1908) * Holyoke (1899–1903)Clymer, pp.23 & 207. * Homer Laughlin (1916) * Hoosier Scout (1914) * Hoover (1913–1914) * Hoskins (1920) * Houpt (1909; Houpt-Rockwell 1910) * House Steamer (1867)Clymer, pp.5 & 23. * Howard (1895–1903) * Howey (1907–1908) * Hudson Motor Car Company (1909–1957) * Huffman (1919–1925) * Hummer (1992–2010) * Hupp Motor Car Company (1909–1940) * Hupp-Yeats Electric Car Company (1911–1919) * Huron River Manufacturing Company (1911–1912) * Hydromotor Car Manufacturing Company (1914–1917)

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* Illinois Electric (1897–1901) * Imp (1913–1914) * Imperial Motor Car Company (1907–1908) * Imperial Automobile Company (1908–1916) * Imperial (1955–1975, 1981–1983) * Imperial Electric (1903–1904) * Independent Harvester (1910–1911) * Indiana (1901) * Indianapolis (see Black) * International (1899) (see Strathmore) * International (1899)In New York City. * International (1900) * International Cyclecar Company (1914)
'Economy' model * International Motor Cars (Apollo; 1962–1964) * International Power Company (1900) * International (1901–1903) * International Cyclecar Company (1914) * International Harvester (1907–1980) * Inter-State (1909–1919) * Iroquois (1903–1907)

J

* Jackson Automobile Company (1903–1923) * Jacquet Motor Corporation (1921) * Jaeger Motor Car Company (1932–1933) * James (1909–1911) * Janney Motor Company (1906) * Jarvis-Huntington (1912) * Jaxon Steam (1903)Clymer, pp.18 & 23. * Jeffery (1902–1917) * Jenkins (1907–1912) * Jersey City Machine Co. (1919–1920)
Argonne model * Jewell (1906–1907; Jewel 1908–1909) * Jewett (1922–1927) * Johnson (1905–1912) * Jones (1914–1920)Clymer, p.208. * Jones-Corbin (1903–1907) * Jonz (1909–1912) * Jordan (1916–1931) * J.P.L. Cyclecar Company (1913) * Julian (1918, 1925) * Junior R (1924)

K

* Kaiser-Frazer Corporation (1945–1955; Kaiser Motors 1951–1955) * Kalamazoo (1908–1914)
Michigan model * Kane-Pennington * Kansas City (1906–1908; Kansas City Wonder 1909) * Kato (1907–1913) * Kauffman (1909–1912) * K-D (1912–1913) * Kearns (1909–1916) * Keene Steamobile (1900–1901) * Keeton Motor Company (1912–1914) * Keller (1948–1950) * Kelsey (1897–1902, 1920–1924) * Kenmore (1910–1912) * Kensington (1899–1904) * Kent (1916–1917) * Kent's Pacemaker (1900) * Kenworthy (1920–1921) * Kermath Motor Car Company (1907–1908) * Kessler Motor Company (1920–1921; Kess-Line 8 1922) * Keystone (1899–1900) * Keystone (1900) * Keystone (1914–1915) * Kiblinger (1907–1909) * Kidder (1899–1903) * Kimball Electric (1910–1912) * King (1896, 1911–1923) * King Midget (1947–1970) * King-Remick (1910) * Kinner * Kirk (1901–1905)
Yale model * Kissel (1906–1930) * Kleiber (1924–1929) * Kline Kar (1910–1923) * Klink (1907–1910) * Klock (1900–1901) * Knickerbocker (1901–1903) * Knox (1900–1914) * Koehler (1910–1912) * Komet (1911) * Konigslow * Koppin Motor Company (1914) * Krastin Automobile Company (1901–1904), based in ClevelandBased in Cleveland. Clymer, p.190. Produced ''Krastin Gasoline Automobile'' (1901) * K-R-I-T Motor Car Company (1909–1915) * Krueger (1905–1906) * Kunz (1902–1905)Built in Wisconsin. Clymer, p.153. * Kurtis (1949–1950, 1954–1955) * Kurtz-Automatic (1920–1925)

L

* Laconia (1914) * Lad's Car (1912–1914) * LaFayette (1919–1924) * La Marne (1919–1921) * Lambert (1906–1917) * Lancamobile (1900–1901) * Lane (1900–1911) * Lanpher (1906–1916) * Lansden Electric (1901–1903, 1906–1910) * La Petite (1905) * Larsen * LaSalle (1927–1940) * La Salle-Niagara (1905–1906) * Laurel (1916–1920) * Lauth (1905; Lauth-Juergens 1908–1909) * L. C. Erbes (1915–1916) * L&E (1924–1934) * Leach (1899–1901) * Leach (1920–1923; Leach-Biltwell)) * Leader (1905–1912) * Lende (1902–1909) * Lenox (1911–1917) * Lenox Electric * Leon Rubay (1923) * Lescina (1916) * Lewis (1914–1916) * Lewis Motocycle (1895)''Horseless Age'' 1895. * Lexington (1909–1927) * Liberty Motor Car Company (1916–1924) * Light Steamer (1901–1902) * Light Motor Car Company (1914) * Lincoln (1912–1913) (see also Sears Roebuck) * Lincoln Motor Car Company (1914) * Lindsley (1908–1909) * Lion Motor Car Company (1909–1912) * Liquid Air (1899–1902) * Lit Motors (2010) * Little Motor Car Company (1911–1913) * Little Detroit Speedster (1913–1914) * Littlemac (1930–1932) * Locke * Locomobile (1899–1929) * Logan (1904–1908) * Logan (1903–1908) * Logan (cyclecars; 1914) * Lone Star (1919–1922) * Longest (1906) * Loomis (1900–1904) * Lorraine (1920–1922) * Los Angeles (1914) * Lowell-American (1908–1909) * Lozier Motor Company (1900–1918) * L.P.C. * LuLu (1914–1915) * Luverne (1904–1917) * Lyman (1904) * Lyman & Burnham (1903–1905) * Lyons-Knight (1913–1915)

M

* Mackle-Thompson (1903) * Macomber (1913) * Macon (1915–1917) * Madison (1915–1919) * Magic * Mahoning (1904–1905) * Maibohm (1916–1922) * Malcolm (1900) * Malcolm Jones (or Malcolm) (1914–1915) * Malden Steam (1898, 1902)Clymer, p.22. * Manexall (1920)
'Cyclomobile' model * Manistee Motor Car Company (1910–1913)
Autoette model * Marathon (1906–1914) * Marble-Swift (1903–1905) * Marion (1901) * Marion (1904–1915; Marion-Handley 1916–1918) * Marion Flyer (1910) * Marmon (1902–1933) * Marlboro (1900–1903) * Marquette (1912) * Marquette (1930) * Marr (1903–1904) * Marsh (1920–1923)Based in Cleveland. Clymer, pp.190 & 208. * Martin (1898–1900) * Martin-Wasp * Marvel Motor Car Company (1907) * Maryland (1907–1910) * Maryland Steamer (1900–1901) * Mason (1898–1899) * Mason (1906–1914) * Massillon (1909) * Master (1907) * Matheson Motor Car Company (1903–1912) * Maxim Motor Tricycle (1895; Maxim-Goodridge Electric 1908) * Maxwell-Briscoe (1904–1913; Maxwell Motor Company 1913–1925) * Mayer (1899–1901) * Mayfair (1925) * Maytag (1910–1911) * McCue (1909–1911) * McCurdy (1922) * McFarlan (1909–1928) * McGill (1917) * McIntyre (1909–1915) * McKay Steamer (1899–1902) * Mecca (1915–1916) * Med-Bow * Media (1899–1900) * Mel Special (1918–1924) * Menominee Electric Manufacturing Company (1915) * Mercer (1909–1919) * Mercury Cyclecar Company (1913–1914) * Mercury (1939–2011) * Merit Motor Company (1921–1922) * Merkel (1905–1907) * Merkur (1985–1989) * Merz (1914) * Meteor (1904–1905) * Metropol (1913–1914) * Metropolitan (1922–1923) * Metz (1909–1921) * Metzger (see Everitt) * Michigan Automobile Company (1901)
'Carter Steam' model * Michigan Automobile Company (1902)
Later renamed Clipper Automobile Company * Michigan Automobile Company (1903–1908) * Michigan Buggy Company (1908–1914) * Michigan Steamer (1901) * Middleby (1909–1913) * Midland (1908–1913) * Midwest * Mier (1908–1909) * Milac (1916) * Milburn Electric (1915–1923) * Miller Car Company (1911–1914) * Mills (1876) * Milwaukee Steamer (1900–1902) * Minneapolis * Mino (1914) * Mitchell (1903–1923) * Mitchell-Lewis (see Mitchell) * Mobile (1900–1903) * Model (1903–1907) * Modoc (1912–1914) * Mohawk (1903–1905) * Moline * Moline (1904–1913; Moline-Knight 1914–1919) * Moller (1920–1922) * Monarch Motor Car Company (1914–1917) * Mondex-Magic (1914–1915) * Monitor (1915–1922) * Monroe Motor Company (1914–1923) * Moon (1905–1930) * Mora Motor Car Company (1906–1911) * Morgan (1900–1902) * Morris & Salom (1895–1897) * Morriss-London (1919–1923) * Morse (1902) * Motor Bob (1914) * Motorcar Company (1905–1907; Cartercar 1905–1915) * Motorette (1911–1914) * Moyea (1903–1904) * Moyer (1911–1915) * Mount Pleasant Motor Company (MPM) (1914–1915) * Mutual Motors Company (1916–1919) * Mueller (1896–1899; also Mueller-Benz) * Multiplex (1912–1913) * Muncie
'Warner' model * Muntz (1950–1954) * Murdaugh (1901–1903) * Murray Motor Car Company (1916–1921; Murray-Mac 1921–1929)

N

* Nance (1911) * Napier Motor Car Company of America (1904–1912) * Napoleon (1916–1919) * Nash Motors (1917–1957) * Nash-Healey (1951–1954) * National (1900–1924) * Nelson (E.A.) Motor Car Company (1917–1921) * Neustadt-Perry (1901–1908, 1915)
Also known as Neustadt. * New England Steamer (1898–1899) * New Era (1901–1902) * New Era (1916) * New Era (1933–1934) * New Home (1899–1901) * New York Car & Truck Company (1907–1910)
Allen Kingston model * Niagara (1903–1905) * Nichols Shepard (1910–1911) * Nielson Motor Car Company (1906–1907) * Noble (1902) * Noma (1919–1923) * Northern Manufacturing Company (1902–1908) * Northway (1921–1922) * Northwestern
'Haase' and Logan models * Norton (1901–1902) * Norwalk Underslung (1910–1922) * Nu-Klea Automobile Corporation (1959–1960) * Nyberg (1911–1913)

O

* Oakland Motor Car Company (1907–1931) * Oakman-Hertel (1899–1900)Clymer, p.209. * Ogren (1915–1917, 1919–1923) * Ohio (1900–1902) (see Packard) * Ohio (1909–1912) * Ohio Electric (1910–1918) * Ohio Falls * Okey (1896–1907) * Oldsmobile (1897–2004) * Olympian Motors Company (1917–1921) * Omaha (1899) * Omar (see Browniekar) * Only (1909–1913) * Orient (1899–1908) * Orlo (1904) * Ormond Steamer (1904–1905) * Orson (1910–1912) * Otto (1910–1911; Ottomobile 1912) * Otto-Kar (1902–1904)
Also known as Ottokar * Otto-mobile (1899) * Overholt * Overland (1903–1926, 1939) * O-We-Go (1914) * Owen (1899–1901) * Owen Motor Car Company (1910–1911) * Owen Magnetic (1915–1922) * Owen Schoeneck * Owen Thomas (1908–1910) * Oxford (1900)

P

* Paccar (1905) * Pacific Motor Vehicle Company (1900–1904) * Packard (1895–1898) * Packard Motor Car Company (1899–1958) * Paige-Detroit (1908–1911; Paige 1911–1928; Graham-Paige 1928–1930) * Palmer (1905–1906) * Palmer-Singer (1908–1914) * Pan (1919–1921) * Panam (1902–1903) * Pan-American (1917–1922) * Parenti (1920–1922) * Parry (1910; New Parry 1911–1912) * Parsons Electric (1905–1906) * Partin (1913; Partin-Palmer 1913–1917) * Paterson (W. A.) Company (1909–1923) * Pathfinder (1912–1917) * Pawtucket (1901–1902) * Payne-Modern (1907–1908) * Peerless (1900–1933) * Peerless Steam (1901)Standard Catalogue of American Cars, p.1125 * Pence Automobile Company (circa 1905) * Penn (1901)Standard Catalogue of American Cars, p.1126 * Penn (1908) * Penn (1910–1913) * Pennant (1924–1925) * Pennington (1894–1900) * Pennsy (1916–1918) * Pennsylvania (1907–1911) * People's (1900–1902) * Perfection (1907–1908) * Perfex (1912–1913) * Peter Pan (1914–1915) * Petrel (1909–1912) * Phelps (1903–1905) * Phianna (1917–1922) * Phillips (1980–198?) * Phipps-Grinnell (1911; Phipps Electric 1912) * Pickard (1909–1912) * Piedmont (1917–1922) * Pierce-Arrow (1900–1938) * Pierce-Racine (1904–1911) * Piggins (1908–1910) * Pilgrim (1911) * Pilgrim Motor Car Company (1915–1918) * Pilliod (1915–1916) * Pilot (1909–1924) * Pioneer (1907–1912) * Planche * Plass (1897) * Playboy (1947–1951) * Plymouth (1910) * Plymouth (1928–2001) * Pneumobile (1914–1915) * Pomeroy (1920–1924) * Ponder (1923)
Renamed from Bour-Davis * Pontiac Spring and Wagon Works (1907–1908) * Pontiac (1926–2010) * Pope-Hartford (1904–1914) * Pope-Robinson (1903–1904) * Pope-Toledo (1903–1909) * Pope-Tribune (1904–1908) * Pope-Waverley (1903–1908) * Port Huron
Havers model * Porter (1900–1901) * Porter (1919–1922) * Portland (1914) * Postal (1906–1908) * Powell (1930s–1960s) * Powell (1955–1956) * Powercar (1909–1911) * Pratt-Elkhart (1909–1911; Pratt 1911–1915) * Premier (1902–1926) * Premocar (1920–1923) * Prescott (1901–1905) * Primo (1910–1912) * Princess Motor Car Company (1914–1918) * Princess Cyclecar Company (1913–1914) * Prospect (1902, 1907–1908) * Pullman (1905–1917) * Pungs Finch (1904–1910) * Puritan (1902–1905)

Q

* Queen (1904–1907) * Quick (1899–1900) * Quinby (1899)

R

* Railsbach (1914) * Rainier (1905–1911) * Raleigh (1921–1922) * Rambler (1900–1914) * Rambler (1958–1969) * Randall (1902–1903) * Ranger (1907–1910) * Rapid Motor Vehicle Company (1902–1909) * Rauch & Lang (1905–1932)
Also known as Raulang * Rayfield (1911–1915) * R.C.H (1912–1915) * Read Motor Company (1913–1914) * Reading (1910–1913) * Reading Steamer (1901–1903) * Real Cyclecar (1914; Real Light Car 1914–1915) * Reber (1902–1903) * Red Bug (1924–1930) * Red Jacket (1904–1905) * Rees (1921) * Reeves (1896–1898, 1905–1912) * Regal Motor Car Company (1908–1918) * Regas (1903–1905) * Reliable Dayton (1906–1909) * Reliance Automobile Manufacturing Co (1904–1906) * Remington (1895, 1900–1904) * REO Motor Car Company (1905–1975) * Renaissance Cars Inc (1994–1997)
Also known as Zebra Motors Inc * Republic (1910–1916) * ReVere (1918–1926) * Rex Motor Co (1914) * RiChard (1914–1919) * Richelieu (1922–1923) * Richmond (1902–1903) * Richmond (1904–1917) * Rickenbacker Motor Company (1922–1927) * Ricketts Automobile Co (1909–1911) * Riddle (1916–1926) * Rider-Lewis (1908–1911) * Riker Electric (1897–1902) * Ritz (1914–1915) * Riviera (1907) * R-O * Roader (1911–1912) * Roamer (1916–1929) * Robe (1914–1915) * Robie Motor Car Co (1914) * Robinson (1900–1902) * Robson (1909) * Rochester (1901) * Rock Falls (1919–1925) * Rockne (1932–1933) * Rockway (1910–1911) * Rockwell (1910–1911) * Rodgers (1921) * Roebling-Planche (1909) * Rogers (1899–1900)Clymer, pp.23 & 209.
Steamobile model * Rogers Motor Car Co (1911–1912) * Rogers & Hanford (1899–1902) * Rollin (1924–1927) * Rolls-Royce (1921–1935) * Roosevelt (1929–1930) * Roper (1860–1896) * Ross Steamer (1905–1909) * Ross (1915–1918) * Rotary (1921–1923) * Royal Motor Company (1904–1911)
'Tourist' model * Rubay * Rugby (1920s) * Rushmobile * Russell (1903–1904) * Rutenber (1902) * Ruxton (1929–1930) * R&V Knight (1920–1924)

S

* Saginaw (1914)
Yale model * Saginaw Eight (1916)Kimes (1985), p. 1273 * Salisbury (1895) * Salter (1909–1915) * Salvador (1914; S-J-R 1915–1916) * Sampson (1904, 1911) * Sandusky (1902–1904) * Santos Dumont (1902–1904) * Saturn (1991–2010) * Saxon Motor Car Company (1913–1923) * Sayers (1917–1924) * Schacht (1904–1913) * Schaum (1901–1905) * Schoening (1895)Clymer, p.8.
'Kerosine Carriage' model * Scott (1900–1901, 1903) * Scott-Newcomb (1920–1921)
Standard Steam Car model * Scripps-Booth Corporation (1913–1923) * Searchmont (1900–1903) * Sears (1905–1915) * Sebring (1910–1912) * Sekine (1923) * Selden (1907–1914) * Sellers (1909–1912) * Senator (1912) * Seneca (1917–1924) * Serpentina (1915) * Serrifile (1921–1922) * Seven Little Buffaloes (1909) * Severin (1920–1921) * S.G.V. (1911–1915) * Shad-Wyck (1917–1923) * Shain * Sharon (1915) * Sharp (1908–1910)
'Arrow' model * Shawmobile (1908–1930) * Shawmut (1906–1908) * Shay (1979–1982) * Shelby (1903) * Sheridan (1920–1921) * Shoemaker (1906–1908) * Sibley (1910–1911) * Signet
'Fenton' model * Silent-Knight (1905–1907) * Silent Sioux
'Fawick Flyer' model * Silver-Knight
'Silver' model * Simplex (1907–1919) * Simplicity (1907–1911) * Simplo (1908–1909) * Sinclair-Scott (1904–circa 1907) * Singer (1914–1920) * Single Center (1906–1908) * Sintz (1899–1904) * Skelton (1920–1922) * Skene (1900–1901) * Skorpion (1952–1954) * S&M (1913) * Small Motor Car Company (1910) * Smith Automobile Company (1902–1917)
Renamed to Great Smith for 1907–1911 * Smith & Mabley
Also known as S&M Simplex * Smith Flyer (1915–1919) * Snyder (1908–1909) * Sommer (1904–1905) * Soules Motor Car Company (1905–1908) * Southern (1906–1908) * Southern Motor Car Co (1908–1910)
'Dixie Junior' and 'Dixie Tourist' models. * Sovereign (1906–1907) * Spacke (1919)Clymer, p.210. * Spaulding (1902–1903) * Spaulding (1910–1916) * Speedway (1904–1905) * Speedwell (1907–1914) * Spencer (1921–1922) * Spencer Steamer (1862, 1901–1902) * Sphinx (1914–1916) * Spoerer (1908–1914) * Springer (1903–1905) * Springfield (1900–1901)
Steam cars * Sprite (1914) * Squier (1899) * Stafford (1908–1915) * Stammobile (1900–1901) * Standard (1904–1908) * Standard (1912–1923) * Standard Six (1909–1910) * Standard Steel Car Company (1912–1923) * Standard Electrique (1911–1915)
Also known as Standard Electric * Standard Steam Car (1920–1921) * Stanley (1907–1910)Distinct from Stanley Motor Carriage Company. Clymer, p.210. * Stanley Steamer (1897–1927) * Stanley Whitney (1899) * Stanton (1900–1901) * Stanwood (1920–1922) * Star (1908–1909) * Star (1922–1928) * Starin (1903–1904) * States (1916–1918) * Staver (1907–1914) * Steamobile (1900–1902) * Stearns (1898–1911)
Became Stearns-Knight for 1912–1929. * Stearns Electric (1899–1903)
Renamed to Stearns Steamer for 1901–1903 * Steco (1914) * Steel Swallow (1907–1908) * Stephens (1917–1924) * Sterling Steamer (1901–1902) * Sterling (1909–1911) * Sterling (1915–1916) * Sterling-Knight (1920–1926) * Stevens-Duryea (1901–1915,1919–1927) * Stewart-Coats (1922) * Stickney Motorette (1914) * Stilson (1907–1909) * St. Joe (1908) * St. Louis (1899–1907) * Stoddard-Dayton (1904–1913) * Storck Steamer (1901–1902) * Storms Electric (1915) * Stout Motor Car Company (1932–1946) * Strathmore (1899–1901) * Stratton (1909) * Streator (1905–1911)
Originally called Erie Motor Carriage Co.
Halladay model. * Stringer (1899–1902) * Strobel & Martin * Strong & Rogers Electric (1900–1901) * Strouse
Also known as S.R.K. * Studebaker (1902–1963) * Studebaker-Garford (1903–1911) * Studebaker-Packard Corporation (1954–1962) * Studillac (1953–1955) * Sturges Electric * Sturtevant (1905–1907) * Stutz (1911–1935) * Stutz (1968–1987) * Stuyvesant (1911–1912) * Suburban (1911–1912) * Success (1906–1909) * Sultan (1908–1912) * Summit (1907–1909) * Sun (1916–1917, 1921–1922) * Sunset (1900–1913) * Synnestvedt Electric (1904–1905) * Syracuse (1899–1903)

T

* Tarkington (1922–1923) * Taunton (1901–1903)
Steam cars * Templar (1917–1924) * Templeton-Dubrie (1910) * Terraplane (1932–1939) * Terwilliger (1904)
Empire Steamer model * Texan (1920–1922)Clymer, pp.170 & 210. * Thomas (1902–1919) * Thomas-Detroit (1906–1908) * Thompson (1901–1907)
Steam cars * Thresher Electric (1900) * Tiffany Electric (1913–1914) * Tiger (1914–1915) * Tincher (1903–1909) * Tinker & Piper Steam (1899) * Tinkham (1898–1899) * Toledo (1901–1903) * Tonawanda * Torbensen (1902–1906) * Touraine (1912–1916) * Tourist (1902–1910) * Tractmobile (1900–1902) * Trask-Detroit (1922–1923) * Traveler (1907–1908) * Trebert (1907–1908) * Trimoto (1900–1901)
Also known as Tri-Motor * Trinity Steamer * Triumph (1907–1912) * Trumbull (1914–1915) * Tucker (1946–1949) * Tulsa (1918–1922) *Twentieth Century Motor Car Corporation (1974-1978) * Twin City (1914) * Twombly (1913–1915) * Twyford (1899–1902, 1904–1907)

U

* US Automobile (1899–1901) * Union (1902–1905) * United (1919–1920) * United States (1899–1903)
Electric cars * United States Long Distance * Unito (1908–1910) * Universal (1914) * Upton Machine Company (1902–1903) * Upton Motor Company (1905–1907)

V

* Van (1911–1912) * Van Wagoner (1899–1903) * Vaughn (1909) * V.E. (1901–1906)
Also known as V.E.C. Electric * Vector (1971–1999, 2006–2010) * Velie (1908–1929) * Vernon (Able 8; 1918–1921) * Victor (1905–1911) * Victor Page Motors Corp (1921–1924)Clymer, p.205. * Victor Steamer (1899–1903)
Previously Overman Steam (1895–1898) * Victormobile (1900–1901)Kimes, Beverly R. (editor), and Clark, Henry A. ''The Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805–1945''. Krause Publications, 1985. . p 1455
'Steamer' model * Victory (1920–1921) * Viking (1907–1908) * Viking (1929–1931) * Virginian (1911–1912) * Vixen (1914–1916) * Vulcan (1913–1915)

W

* Waco (1915–1917) * Wagenhals (1910–1915) * Wahl (1913–1914) * Waldron (1908–1911) * Walker Motor Car Company (1905–1906) * Wall (1900–1903) * Walter (1902–1909) * Waltham Steam (1898–1902) * Waltham Manufacturing Co (1899–1910)
'Orient' model * Walworth (1904–1905) * Ward (1913–1914) * Ward Electric (1914–1916)Clymer, p.210. Distinct from Ward (automobile company) * Ware Steam Wagon (1861–1867) * Warren (1910–1913) * Warwick (1901–1905) * Washington (1921–1924) * Wasp (1919–1924) * Waterloo (1903–1905) * Watrous (1905) * Watt (1910) * Waukesha (1906–1910) * Waverley Electric (1898–1903, 1909–1916) * Webb Jay (1908) * Weidely Motor Company (1915-1917) * Welch Motor Car Company (1901–1911) * Westcott (1909–1925) * Westfield (1901–1903) * W.F.S. (1911–1912) * Whaley-Henriette (1898–1900) * Wharton (1922–1923) * Wheeler Manufacturing Company (1904) * Whippet (1927–1931) * White Motor Company (1900–1918) * White Star (1909–1911) * Whiting Motor Car Co (1910–1912) * Whitmore, M.C. Co (1914)
Arrow Cyclecar model * Whitney (1896–1900) * Wilcox (1909–1910) * Wildman (1902) * Wills (C. H.) and Company (1921–1927) * Willys (1916–1918, 1930–1942, 1953–1963) * Willys-Knight (1914–1933) * Willys-Overland (1912–1953) * Wilson (1903–1905) * Windsor (1929–1930) * Wing (1922) * Winther (1921–1923) * Winton (1896–1924) * Wolfe (1907–1909) * Wolverine (1904–1906,1927–1928) * Woodill (1952–1956) * Woodruff (1902–1904) * Woods Electric (1899–1916)
Renamed to Woods Dual Power for 1917–1918 * Woods Mobilette (1913–1916) * Worth (J.M.) Gas Engine Manufacturing Co (1902) * Worth (1906–1910)

X

* Xander (1901–1902)Kimes(1985), p. 1524

Y

* Yellow (1915–1930)

Z

* Zehr (1912–1915) * Zent (1900–1902, 1904–1906) * Zentmobile (1903) * Zimmer Motorcars (1978–1988) * Zimmerman (1908–1915) * Zip (1913–1914)


See also


* List of automobile manufacturers * List of automobile manufacturers of the United States * List of motorcycle manufacturers * List of pickup trucks * List of American truck manufacturers * List of truck manufacturers


Notes





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