A. C. Schulz Springfield, MA
The Navarre was a large sedan prototype shown only at the New York Automobile show in 1921. Designed by A. C. Shulz who was formally an engineer with Locomobile, Marmon and Mercer. It was powered by a large six cylinder designed by Shulz and featured a 131 inch wheelbase.
This American Automobile was to sell in the $6,000.00 price range and was widely acclaimed at the time for its new features. Unfortunately, due to insufficient financing only one automobile was made.
We are looking for Navarre automobile photographs or vintage Navarre advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this
"National Bodies For Ford Cars" ad from a vintage 1917 magazine.
1919 National Body Mfg. Co. Nashville, TN Ad
National Body Mfg. Co. made replacement bodies for Ford automobiles!
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