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G. J. G.
The G. J. G. Motor Car Co.
White Plains, NY

G. J. G. Motor Car Co. was formed by George John Grossman in White Plains, NY. Grossman produced an American Automobile called the G. J. G.

The G. J. G. Motor Car Co. produced two different lines of the G. J. G. automobile line, the Senior and the Junior. The G. J. G. cars were assembled from imported components including 36 horsepower and 22.5 horsepower Renault type engines.

As mentioned above the motor of the G. J. G. was rated at 36 horsepower and 22.5 horsepower and was of the so called Renault type. In 1910 these engines were commonly referred to as the "L" type. In this type engine the valves were located on the left side and actuated from a single cam shaft. Cylinder bore on the big four cylinder was 4 3/4 inches and had a 5 inch stroke.

G. J. G. Motor Car Co.
G. J. G. Motor Car Co.

The G. J. G Senior line offered 5 different models. The Speedster for three passengers and cost $2500.00. The Pirate held two passengers and it cost $2500.00. At $2500 you could purchase a four passenger Scout. The Comfort was a five passenger automobile with a price tag of $2500.00. Their Touring Car held seven passenger sold for $2750.00. All five models were equipped with a 36 horsepower engines and had a 121 inch wheelbase.

The lower priced G. J. G. Junior was built as a three passenger Speedster, cost $2500.00. Their two passenger Raceabout sold for only $1,000.00. Four door Runabouts, also sold for $1,000.00 and held two passengers. A four door Runabout shown above could have been purchased in 1912 for $1175.00. At $1250 a four door five passenger Touring Car was available. All four Junior models were equipped with 22.5 horsepower engine and had a 104 inch wheelbsae.

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1920s Four Door Touring Car

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