A. B. Cordner was president of the Vaughan Motor Car Co., F. E. Moskovics was vice-president and general manager, E. S. Partridge was vice-president and sales manager, and H. W. Johns was secretary and treasurer. Only a five passenger Touring models were made. The 1913 Vaughan model 5 cost $2,500.00.
The Vaughan Car Co.
The Vaughan Car Co. produced an American Automobile called the Guy Vaughan or Vaughan from 1910 to 1913. This automobile was produced in Kingston, NY.
The Guy Vaughan car was a moderate priced 280 cubic inch four or 320 cubic inch six-cylinder when it reappears on the market. A three speed selective transmission was used.
We are looking for additional Guy Vaughan automobile photographs or vintage Vaughan advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Perfection Heater ad from a vintage 1915 magazine.
1915 Perfection Heater
The Perfection-Spring Service Company of Cleveland, Ohio produced the patented Perfection Heater. The Perfection Heater used exhaust heat to warm the automobile.
1910 American Automobile
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