The Jaeger was equipped with a six cylinder engine rated at 70 horsepower made by The Continental Engine Co. Addition features included three speed transmission with three forwards gears and reverse, wire wheels and a nice looking V-Radiato grille.
The Jaeger Motor Car Co.
The Jaeger Motor Car Co. built the American Automobile called the Jaeger in Belleville, Michigan from 1932 to 1933. The Jaeger was known best for it's elimination of spring shackles and substitute them with coils. Priced at $700.00 this car resembled most other low priced Automobiles. At a small assembly plant in Belleville only a few coupes and convertible coupes were actually produced.
We are looking for additional Jaeger automobile photographs or vintage Jaeger advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Automobile advertisement from a vintage 1912 magazine.
1912 American Automobile Advertisement
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Car Co., The Metz Co., Pilot Motor Car Co., Warner Instrument Co., American Lava
Co. Ignition Starter Co., Cartercar and the Inter-State Automobile Co.
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