James J. Flint was president of The Flint-Lomax Electric and Mfg. Co. The foundry of the Flint-Lomax plant at Denver, Colo., was damaged by fire in 1905 and could have been the cause of this American Automobile company's failure.
Flint-Lomax Electric & Mfg. Co.
The Flint-Lomax Electric & Mfg. Co. produced an American Automobile and many other useful products. The Flint-Lomax was only known to exist as a 1905 light five passenger Touring Car with a side entrance. Such a car was displayed at the 1905 Denver auto show. The Flint-Lomax was equipped with a four cylinder overhead valve engine that developed 14 horsepower with 149 cubic inches.
We are looking for additional Yale automobile photographs or vintage Yale advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Combination Tire ad from a vintage 1915 magazine.
1906 Hoffecker Speedometer
The Hoffecker Speed & Mile Register Co. produced a speedometer for American Automobiles in the early 1900s. This automobile accessory was made in Boston, MA.
1913 American Automobile
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