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W. C. Durant founder of the Buick Motor Company and organizer of General Motors was removed as GM CEO in 1910. By 1911 he progressed with manufacturing and putting on the market the Little Automobile and the Chevrolet. The Little built in Flint, Michigan was named after William H. Little who was a former Buick manager for Durant.

In 1913 the Chevrolet line consisted of the Little Four priced at $690.00, Little Six priced at $1285.00 and the Chevrolet Model C priced at $2,100.00.

1913 Little Four Sale Brochure
1913 Little Four Sale Brochure

The Little Four shown below was a $690.00 Roadster that was called The Classiest Of All Roadsters For Two Passengers and The Car You Want And At a Price You Can Afford To Pay ad

1913 Little Four Specifications
1913 Little Four Specifications

1913 Little Four specifications include a Torpedo type body, painted grey with black chassis, Mohair top, with hood and curtains, windshield, five lamps, leather interior, horn, auto jack, air pump, tire repair kit and tools.

1913 Little Four Engine and Chassis
1913 Little Four Engine and Chassis

Little Four chassis specifications include a water cooled four cylinder 20 horsepower engine, two speeds forward and reverse selective sliding gear transmission, special carburetor, shaft drive, 90 inch wheelbase and 56 or 60 inch tread.

Little Four Roadster and the The Republic Motor Company
Little Four Roadster and the The Republic Motor Company

The Republic Motor Company was incorporated in 1912 by William Durant as a selling company to market the output of the Little and Chevrolet automobiles. It has been reported that the very first Little automobile were made by The Republic Motor Company in New York.

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