The Samson nine-passenger car is designed and built for the farmer. It had sufficient capacity to meet any requirement and the price was within the reach of any man who could afford an automobile. The passengers were carried three on a seat. The Samson was sold complete with top, windshield, spare tire carrier and all the standard equipment of passenger cars. The nine passenger car sold for $75000. The intention of the company was to market the Samson tractors, trucks and cars through Samson tractor dealers.
The Samson Tractor Co.
The Samson Tractor Co. located in Janesville, WI was a subsidiary of the General Motors Corporation in the 1920s. This company's main product was a Samson Model D "Iron Horse tractor, a Model M tractor and farm implements.
Only a very few Samson automobiles were built in 1922.
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