info on Crown
Nov 27, 1913
The Crown Motor Car Company, which was organized in Louisville several months ago for the purpose of manufacturing automobiles, reports that its factory will be at Hamilton, Ohio. B. F. Lambert is president of the company, which has an authorized capital stock of $500,000.
The Crown Motor Car Company is being organized in Louisville, with $500,000 capital stock, for the manufacture of a two-passenger, fourcylinder automobile. The company is now securing a site for its factory. The officers are V. F. Lambert, president; N. V. Lambert, vice-president, and C. H. Lambert, secretary and treasurer.
Double chains drove the rear wheels. gmn CROWN (iv) (US) 1913-1914 (1) Crown Motor Car Co, Louisville, Ky. 1913-1914 (2) Hercules Motor Car Co, New Albany, Ind. 1914 The Crown cyclecar was a two-seater, priced at $385
CROWN (iii) l9l3-l9l4 l Crown Motor Car Co, Louisville, Ky. l9l3-l9l4 2 Hercules Motor Car Co. New Albany, Ind. l9l4 The Crown was a two-passenger cyclecar, priced at $385. It had a 4- cylinder engine of I06ci and a friction
Automobile quarterly: Volume 37, Issue 2
Princeton Institute for Historic Research - 1997 - Snippet view
In June 1914, the Crown Motor Car Company of Louisville, Kentucky, was reorganized as the Hercules Motor Car Company and announced its intention to build a line of touring cars in New Albany, Indiana. Production began in November,
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