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The Eureka Motor Buggy Co.
St. Louis, Missouri

The Eureka Motor Car Mfg. Co.
St. Louis, Missouri

The Eureka Motor Buggy Co. operated in St. Louis, Missouri at 4500 Morgan St. from 1907 to 1909. They produced the gasoline powered High Wheeled Buggy shown below.

The Eureka Motor Buggy Co. was owned by Charles Zimmerman. In 1909 Zimmerman moved to a new factory at 3029 Olive Street St. Louis, Missouri and changed his company name to Eureka Motor Car Manufacturing Company. This American Automobile was not connected to the Eureka produced in Beavertown, PA, or the Eureka produced in Rock Falls, Illinois, or the Eureka produced in San Francisco, CA all about the same time.

1908 Eureka High Wheeled Motor Buggy
1908 Eureka High Wheeled Motor Buggy

The 1908 Eureka High Wheeled Motor Buggy Model D shown above was equipped with a two cylinder opposed four cycle air cooled engine that developed 12 horsepower. Other features included a 72 wheelbase, double chain drive, horn, two brass oil lamps, three bow top, back curtains, leather seats, mud fenders and running boards. The 1908 Eureka model shown about was priced at $600.00.

1909 Eureka Runabout Roadster
1909 Eureka Runabout Roadster

In 1909 not only did this company change it's name to The Eureka Motor Car Mfg. Co. but also the wheelbase to 90 inches. Additional improvements included a shaft drive, Weston Mott rear axle, 36 inch x 1 34 inch front wheels and tires, 38 inch x 1 1/4 inch, magneto, anti friction bearings, three point suspension, force feed oil system. The engine and transmission were in one unit with a selective type speed change transmission. 1909-1914 Eureka automobiles were equipped with a two cylinder air cooled 16 horsepower engine.

1909-1914 Eureka Models included a Runabout Roadster with a double rumble seat (shown above and below), five passenger Surrey and a closed Delivery Wagon.

1910 Eureka Roadster
1910 Eureka Roadster

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