The Elgin Runabout was equipped with a single cylinder 5 horsepower air cooled engine. A price tag of $675.00 was placed on the Elgin. The main office of the Elgin was in Chicago, Illinois.
The Elgin Automobile Company
The Elgin Automobile Company of Elgin, Illinois built this American Automobile called the Elgin in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The Elgin was also called "The Winner". The Winner name had no connection to Winner Motor Buggy produced in St. Louis, MO.
The Elgin was a simple Runabout with a gasoline engine although a few electric cars were made by The Elgin Automobile Company.
We are looking for additional Elgin automobile photographs or vintage Elgin advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Remy Electric Company ad from a vintage 1911 magazine.
1911 Remy Magneto
The Remy Electric Company made Remy Magneto for many American Automobiles. The factory was located in Anderson, Indiana. In this advertisement the Remy Electric Company mentioned an automobile race that was won in Remy equipped Marmon and National car.
1910 Lincoln Showroom
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