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1913 Little Six Sales Brochure

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William H. Little was a former Buick manager who was employed by William C. Durant to build the Little. The Little was produced as a two passenger Roadster and a four passenger Touring Car. This brochure features the "Little Six" which was equipped with a six cylinder engine in their Touring Cars.

The Little Roadsters were equipped with a four cylinder engines rated at 20 horsepower. See a 1913 Little Four Sales Brochure in another American Automobile article.

1913 Little Six Sale Brochure
1913 Little Six Sale Brochure

In 1913 the Little 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. Yes the Little automobile was part of the Chevrolet Motor Co.

1913 Little Six Specifications
1913 Little Six Specifications

1913 Little Six specifications include a Torpedo type body, tailored top and cover, windshield, speedometer, electric lights, electric horn, five lamps, leather interior, horn, auto jack, air pump, tire repair kit and tools.

1913 Little Six Engine and Chassis
1913 Little Six Engine and Chassis

Little Six chassis specifications include a water cooled six cylinder engine, three speeds forward and reverse selective sliding gear transmission, special carburetor, shaft drive, 106 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 Roadster automobile were made by The Republic Motor Company in New York.

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