We are looking for Geneva automobile photographs or vintage Geneva advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Herschell-Spillman engine and the Queen Automobile advertisement from a vintage 1905 magazine.
The Schoeneck Co.
With a 139 inch wheelbase the Geneva was a large American Automobile. The Schoeneck Co. of Chicago produced the Geneva with a 415 cubic inch six cylinder engine made by Herschell-Spillman.
The two passenger Geneva speedster had a sporty appearance with vents on top of the hood and cycle type fenders.
1905 Herschell Spillman Engine
The Herschell-Spillman Company of North Tonawanda, NY produced American Automobiles for a short time and engines for automobiles and marine use. The Geneva Speedster also used a Herschell-Spillman six cylinder engine. The Queen line of 1905 automobiles are also featured in this advertisement. The Queen was produced by The C. H. Blomstrom Motor Co. of Detroit, Michigan.
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