Barbarino hoped to produce a small high quality vehicles of his own design. Five passenger phaeton and sedan were made. However, legal problems developed and only about 10 Barbarino automobiles were made. Features included a four cylinder engine, three speed transmission, four wheel brakes, 110 inch wheelbase and a rounded nickel plated radiator shell.
The Barbarino Motor Car Corp.
New York, NY and Port Jefferson, LI, NY
The Barbarino Motor Car Corporation produced an American Automobile called the Barbarino. This automobile firm was founded by an Italian immigrant named Salvatore Barbarino in 1923. Salvatore Barbarino was an automobile designer and engineer who took over the assets of The Richelieu Motor Car Company of Asbury Park, NJ.
We are looking for Barbarino automobile photographs or vintage Barbarino advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Timken Detroit Axles ad from a vintage 1910 magazine.
1910 Timken Detroit Axles
In 1910 many American Automobiles used light pressed steel Timken Detroit Axles. Popular was the No. 566 rear axle and the No. 126 front axle on pleasure cars. Advertising claims made included "Timken-Detroit axles are often imitated in appearance - but never in quality".
1915 Pierce Arrow Limo
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