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The Everitt-Metzger-Flanders Co.
Detroit, Michigan
1909-1912

The E-M-F was a slightly larger American Automobile than its companion make the Flanders. The Everitt-Metzger-Flanders Company of Detroit was made up of Barney Everitt, William E. Metzger and Walter E. Flanders. All were envolved in the automobile business in one form or another. Walter E. Flanders had been Henry Ford's production manager prior to 1909.

1909 3 Passenger Roadster
1909 3 Passenger Roadster

The $1,200.00 1909 E-M-F 30 horsepower Roadster specification included a seating capacity of three persons, 106 inch wheelbase, 56 inch gauge, 32 inch x 3 1/2 inch wheels and tires, four cylinder water cooled engine, selective sliding gear three speed transmission and shaft drive.

1910 E-M-F Touring Car
1910 E-M-F Touring Car

The Everett-Metzger-Flanders Company was incorporated under the laws of Michigan, August 4, 1908, with a capital stock of $3,500,000. The company was organized to manufacture and market in large quantities a medium priced gasoline propelled automobile.

1911 E-M-F Touring Car
1911 E-M-F Touring Car

Promptly after the organization of the company, Studebaker made an arrangement with it under which Studebaker obtained certain exclusive rights to sell the product to be known as Studebaker E-M-F cars. Studebaker shortly afterwards acquired substantial stockholdings in the company and by 1910 purchased the remaining stock and became sole owner of the business. By 1912 the E-M-F factory was producing the Studebaker Six.

1912 E-M-F Touring Car
1912 E-M-F Touring Car

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