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The Flanders 20 was an American Automobile built by The Everitt-Metzger-Flanders Company of Detroit.

The Flanders 20 was named after one of the E-M-F partners, Walter E. Flanders. The Flanders was also branded as the Studebaker-Flanders. A Total of 30,707 Flanders were built from 1909 to 1912.

About half of the Flanders sold were branded as the Studebaker-Flanders. Studebaker at first was the sales organization handling these automobiles. All Studebaker dealers and distributors handled E-M-F and Flanders cars and the later became known as Studebaker-E-M-F and Studebaker-Flanders cars. Studebaker purchased The Everitt-Metzger-Flanders Co. in 1910 and by 1912 the E-M-F factory was producing the Studebaker Six.

1909 Flanders Touring Car
1909 Flanders Touring Car

The 1909 Flanders 20 was produced as a $750.00 two passenger Roadster. Add two seat in the rear for $40.00 and the Roadster became a four passenger Touring Car. This American Automobile was equipped with a four cylinder water cooled engine that developed 20 horsepower. A two speed transmission was used in 1909 but was changed to a three speed transmission for the succeeding models.

1910 Flanders Coupe
1910 Flanders Coupe

In 1910 a $975.00 closed Coupe was produced along with the roadster and Touring Cars. This automobile was painted dark green enamel with nickel trim and equipped with interior and exterior lights. Advertising claims for the Flanders Coupe included "Silent As An Electric" and "Ready At Any Time To Travel Anywhere".

1911 Flanders Runabout and Roadster
1911 Flanders Runabout and Roadster

From 1909 to 1912 the Flanders remained about the same except for the price. The E-M-F was a companion make equipped with a 40 horsepower engine.

1912 Flanders Touring Car
1912 Flanders Touring Car

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