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The Keller Motors Corp.
Huntsville, AL

The Keller Motors Corp. acquired the design, engineering, manufacturing and merchandising rights from the Dixie Motor Car Corp. which purchased the assets of the Bobbi Motor Car Co. in 1947. The Bobbi Kar was renamed the Keller in 1948.

George D. Keller owned and operated The Keller Motors Corp. and produced this American Automobile in Huntsville, AL. The Keller was a late 1940s early 1950s style of light car with a 92 inch wheelbase using 12 inch tires. Prices were planned to begin at about $850.00.

1948 Keller Convertible
1948 Keller Convertible

A Keller convertible and a station wagon in both a Chief and Super Chief models were available. The major difference between the Chief and Super Chief models were their engines. The Chief was equipped with a 25 horsepower four cylinder L-head engine. It had a 2 1/8 inch bore and 3 inch stroke giving it a displacement of 64.9 cubic inches. The Super Chief had a more powerful 49 horsepower four cylinder L-head engine. It had a 3 1/4 inch bore and 4 inch stroke giving it a displacement of 133 cubic inches. The transmission is of the synchromesh type with three speed forward speeds. A 1 1/4 inch downdraft carburetor was used.

1948 Keller Station Wagon
1948 Keller Station Wagon

The two body styles, convertible and a station wagon were reported to be followed by a four door sedan and a package delivery car. Both front and rear engine models featuring an unconventional suspension system were used. Independent suspension system applied to all four wheels were thoroughly tested and worked very well. The chassis was of the conventional X-form channel steel type.

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