The Windsor Automobile Co.
The Windsor Motor Car Company was a little known American Automobile manufacturer with a single factory in Evansville, Indiana.
Only a side entrance tonneau five passenger Touring Car, showned below was produced in 1906. The $2,500.00 Windsor was equipped with a six cylinder engine rated at 40 horsepower.
1906 Windsor Touring Car
The Windsor Motor Car Company had as its president J. C. Zutt, J. A. Windsor, Jr. was vice president and general manager and William M. Copeland was their secretary and treasurer. Advertising claims on the Windsor included the phrase "A Car Without Gears Therefore Without Trouble".
In the above advertisement, The Windsor Automobile Co. location is Winsor, Indiana. However all research indicates that the factory was located in Evansville, Indiana. After 1906 the company was reorganzied as the Evansville Automobile Co. and produced the Simplicity in Evansville, IN from 1906 to 1911.
1910 Scripps Booth Touring Car & Show Room
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