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The T. J. Lindsay Automobile Parts Company
Indianapolis, Indiana

T. J. Lindsay had previously built electric running gear under the name The Lindsay Company and wanted to enter into to gasoline automobile production.

So in 1902 The T. J. Lindsay Automobile Parts Company was formed and purchased from Harry C. Stutz a machine shop in Dayton, Ohio that built gasoline engines.

The talents of Stutz came along with the deal. This business was moved to Indianapolis, Indiana where the Lindsay was built. At first the Lindsay was built as a kit car and then later as a complete car. In 1903 The T. J. Lindsay Automobile Parts Company announced they planned to build 500 to 1,000 complete automobiles. This figure was probably not realized.

1903 Lindsay Runabout
1903 Lindsay Runabout

The Lindsay was a High Wheel Runabout built on a 68 inch wheelbase. Both gasoline and electric cars were reportly produced. In 1903 the company name was changed to Lindsay-Russell Axle Co. By 1904 the Lindsay-Russell Co. was producing only automotive components. In 1907 T. J. Lindsay built gasoline Delivery Cars. Harry C. Stutz didn't remain with the Lindsay Company very long. He did enter the American Automobile business in 1911 in a big way.

We are looking for Lindsay automobile photographs or vintage advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Fedders Radiator and Kelly Springfield Tire ad from a vintage 1911 magazine.

1906 C. T. Ham Mfg. Co. Rochester, NY
1906 C. T. Ham Mfg. Co. Rochester, NY

Among the lamps constructed for special purposes the Ham's Cold Blast Auto Lamps made by The C. T. Ham Mfg. Co., Rochester, N. Y overcame the disagreeable features and weak points usually found in oil lamps. Each one was handsomely nickel plated.

Early 1900s American Automobile
Early 1900s American Automobile

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