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Winton Six
The Winton Motor Carriage Co.
Cleveland, OH

Alexander Winton introduced his masterpiece, the Winton Six in 1907. 350 of these luxury $4,500.00 American Automobiles were built. The following year, concentrating only on sixes, Winton sold 1,200.

The 1916 Winton Six runabout produced 48 horsepower and looked like a sports car but no one ran it in competition.

It was also a manufactured in the Winton Factory from raw materials and not an assembled car. This automobile was so popular that a Winton Six was called upon to act as official automobile for the Glidden Tour in 1913. In 1913 when this Winton Six Sales Literature was printed it was in it's sixth year of production without radical alteration. The Winton was the first to reach the market. The first to make racing automobiles. The first to discard fours. The first to make sixes exclusively. First American Automobile to make a self cranking motor.

1913 Winton Six Sales Literature
1913 Winton Six Sales Literature

The Winton Six was made in the following body styles: Touring Car, Runabout, Tonneau, Limousine three-quarter, Limousine four door and Landaulet. Body types were available in a variety of color schemes and fabrics.

1913 Winton Six
1913 Winton Six

Engine specifications: 6 cylinders, cylinder bore 4 1/2 inches, stroke 5 inches, horsepower 48.6,

1913 Winton Six Touring Car
1913 Winton Six Touring Car

Dimensions: Width or gage 56 1/2 inches, Wheelbase 130 inches, height without top 67 inches, with top 89 1/2 inches, 36 inch wheels and 4 1/2 inch tires.

1913 Winton Six Four Door Touring Car
1913 Winton Six Four Door Touring Car

1913 Winton Six Four Door Limousine
1913 Winton Six Four Door Limousine

By 1924 Winton stopped producing automobiles and concentrate on marine engines.

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