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Reid Mfg. Co.
Detroit, MI 1904-1905

The Wolverine Automobile Co.
Detroit, MI 1906

The Wolverine Automobile Co.
Dundee, MI 1906-1908

The Reid Mfg. Co. (1904-1905) and The Wolverine Automobile Co. (1906-1908) produced an American Automobile called the Wolverine. Production first began in Detroit and the company reorganized and moved to Dundee, MI just a few miles southwest from Detroit.

1904 Wolverine
1904 Wolverine

A 1904 Chainless Wolverine cost $1,750.00. Features included a bevel gear drive with sliding gear transmission three speeds forward and reverse, speed range was 6 to 36 MPH, long wheelbase, high back tonneau, leather interior, wooden artillery wheels and 30 x 3 1/2 inch Diamond Tires.

1905 Wolverine Model C
1905 Wolverine Model "C" & Model "D" Tonneau

The Wolverine Automobile Co. was sometimes referred to as The Wolverine Automobile & Commercial Vehicle Co. in some advertising and vintage automobile books. Shown below is the 1905 Wolverine Model "C" that was made in Detroit by both the Reid Mfg. Co. and The Wolverine Automobile Co.

1905 Wolverine Model C
1905 Wolverine Model "C"

Advertised in this 1905 Auto Literature call this American Automobile "The Chainless Wolverine" and that it was "Like The Deer - Swift, Graceful and Beautiful" and "The Car of Simplicity and Merit".

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1905 Wolverine "The Car of Simplicity and Merit."

The 1904 and 1905 Wolverine automobiles were equipped with 2 cylinder 2 cycle 10 horsepower & 15 horsepower engines. In addition to the four passenger Tonneau a two passenger Runabout was also produced. These automobiles list for $1,200.00.

1906 Wolverine Automobile Company Letter head
1906 Wolverine Automobile Company Letter head

The Wolverine Automobile Co. built this 4 cylinder 40 horsepower Tonneau body Touring Car in 1906. It was called the Wolverine Model "E". The Model "E" listed for about $2,000.00. Specifications: The wheelbase was 102 inches, tread was 56 inches, wheels were 32 inches x 4 inches. The Model "C" had a surrey body, but the regular Model "E" will be a side entrance Tonneau.

1906 Wolverine Model
1906 Wolverine Model
1906 Wolverine Model "E"

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