The Eureka was equipped with a horizontal three cylinder engine that developed 10 horsepower and was mounted under the seat. This early American Automobile had four speeds forwar and reverse, and final drive was by single chain. Plans were announced to make a Eureka automobile and some Eureka trucks. However, very few of these California produced Eureka Surrey's were made.
The Eureka Automobile & Transportation Co.
San Francisco, CA
The Eureka Automobile & Transportation Co. built the gasoline powered Eureka in San Francisco, CA. Engineers J. M. Ough and George Waltenbaugh designed the Eureka in 1899. It was a four passenger Surrey with some very progressive features for 1899.
This American Automobile was not connected to the Eureka produced in Beavertown, PA, or the Eureka produced in St. Louis, Missouri, or the Eureka produced in Rock Falls, Illinois all about the same time.
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