Changes in production were made by The Eureka Co. in 1908 with the advent of the American Automobile. The Eureka was a High Wheeler with 40 inch and 42 inch rubber tires. The 1908 Eureka was equipped with a two cylinder engine mounted under the hood. A planetary transmission was connected by shaft drive to the rear axle. Steering was by wheel. This American Automobile was not connected to the Eureka produced in Beavertown, PA, the Eureka produced in St. Louis, Missouri, or the Eureka produced in San Francisco, CA all about the same time.
The Eureka Co.
Rock Falls, Illinois
The Eureka was made in Rock Falls, Illinois by a former manufacturer of carriages, road wagons, carts, furniture, novelties and washing machines. This company started as The Eureka Manufacturing Company in 1870. The Eureka Co. establish a record as one of the five largest carriage builders in the United State.
Late 1800s Eureka Carriage Advertisement
We are looking for Eureka automobile photographs or vintage Eureka advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy these two vintage Eureka Co. advertisements that date in the late 1800s.
Eureka Carriage Newspaper Advertisement
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