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DuBrie-Caille
The Caille Brothers Co.
Detroit, MI
1904

The Caille Brothers Company was one of the largest manufacturers of coin slot apparatus in the world. They had enormous sales of coin slot machines. Their high-veneered sawed quarter oak cabinetry and nickel trim was some of the best in the United States.

As these slot machines became outlawed the Caille Bros. turned to producing scales, candy and gum vending machines, cash registers, safes and other related products.

In the early 1900s the Caille Brothers began to study the gasoline engine. Detroit was the center of the American Automobile production and was home to the Caille Bros. So it was quite natural that they looked into automoble production. By 1904 The Caille Bros. partnered up with Mechanical Engineer Stanley R. DuBrie who had experience and sucess with automobiles and marine engines.

1904 DuBrie-Caille Touring Car
1904 DuBrie-Caille Touring Car

The Caille Bros. backed Stanley DuBrie financially in a prototype of the DuBrie-Caille automobile. The DuBrie-Caille was a Touring Car that was equipped with a two cylinder two cycle air cooled engine that developed 25 horsepower. The DuBrie-Caille Automobile received good reviews before the Caille family dropped that plan and instead manufactured a popular line of marine engines. DuBrie continued manufacturing marine engines under his name.

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