American Automobiles American Automobiles American Automobiles

The F. A. L. Car Automobile & The F. A. L. Motor Co.

1955 Desoto 1928-1960 DeSoto Automobiles
Air Flow - Airstream - Sportsman
Firedome - Fireflite - Coronado
1950 Nash 1917-1957 Nash Automobiles
Ambassador - Lafayette DeLuxe
Nash Healey - Metropolitan
1932 Packard 1899-1958 Packard Automobiles
Speedster Eight Boattail Roadster
Victoria 12 - Darrin Convertible
1956 Studebaker 1902-1964 Studebaker Automobiles
Commander - Champion
Sky Hawk - Golden Hawk
F. A. L. Car
The F. A. L. Motor Co. Chicago, IL

The F. A. L. Auto Co. Chicago, IL

The F. A. L. Car was an American Automobile named after the founders of The F. A. L. Motor Co., T. S. Fauntleroy, H. R. Averill and E. H. Lowe. At least three body styles were produced from 1909 to 1913. A two passenger roadster, Toy Tonneau and a seven passenger Touring Car.

Priced at $1750.00 to $3,000.00 early models were equipped with a four cylinder Buda engine rated at 30 horsepower. From 1910 onwards a 35/40 horsepower four cylinder engines were used by The F. A. L. Motor Co.

1910 F. A. L. Car FAL Motor Company
1910 F. A. L. Car FAL Motor Company

The F. A. L. Car was successor to Reliable Dayton Motor Car in 1909. In the spring of 1914 the company assets were sold at auction to A. O. Dunk of the Puritan Machine Co. Total FAL production, including the sleeper Grayhound, was claimed at the time to be 65000 units.

1913 F. A. L. Car
1913 F. A. L. Car FAL Motor Company

In 1914 The F. A. L. Auto Co. designed and built an automobile called the Grayhound. The Grayhound had one single headlight in the top of the radiator and had a two seater roadster body. The unique feature of the Grayhound was that it could be converted into a bed. The seat cushion was pushed forward to act as a pillow and the sleepers feet stretched towards the back of the body.

1910 F. A. L. Motor Co. Stock Certificate
1910 F. A. L. Motor Co. Stock Certificate

E. H. Lowe, founder of The FAL Motor Company signed this nicely engraved Stock Certificate in 1910. The amount of shares was 10 at $10.00 per share. A 1910 F. A. L. Touring Car is shown in this Certificate.

Find Automobile Stock Certificates & Bond Certificates by clicking here To Continue!

The Language of Scripophily: A Glossary - by Don Mesler. Read this free Scripophily Buying Guide by clicking here To Continue!

Find Antique Cars, Collector Cars, 1950s-1960s Classic Cars, 1960s-1970s
Muscle Cars, Hot Rods, Rat Rods, Street Rods and Vintage Military Vehicles!
1900-1929 Antique Cars For Sale
1930-1939 Antique Cars For Sale
1940-1949 Collector Cars For Sale

1950-1959 Classic Cars For Sale
1960s 1970s Muscle Car For Sale

Hot Rods & Rat Rods For Sale
Pro Street & Street Rods For Sale

Collectibles Automobilia For Sale
Vintage Auto Advertising For Sale

Auto Manuals & Literature For Sale
Auto Books & Manuals For Sale
Auto Brochures & Catalogs

1929 Studebaker
Find Auto Related Collectibles, Automobilia, Advertising, Auto Manuals,
Auto Books, Auto Brochures and Vintage Auto Literature For Sale!

Site Navigation

  • HOME - American Automobiles
  • A - Manufacturers
  • B - Manufacturers
  • C - Manufacturers
  • D - Manufacturers
  • E - Manufacturers
  • F - Manufacturers
  • G - Manufacturers
  • H - Manufacturers
  • I - Manufacturers
  • J - Manufacturers
  • K - Manufacturers
  • L - Manufacturers
  • M - Manufacturers
  • N - Manufacturers
  • O - Manufacturers
  • P - Manufacturers
  • Q - Manufacturers
  • R - Manufacturers
  • S - Manufacturers
  • T - Manufacturers
  • U - Manufacturers
  • V - Manufacturers
  • W - Manufacturers
  • X - Manufacturers
  • Y - Manufacturers
  • Z - Manufacturers
  • Electric Automobile Manufacturers
  • Steam Automobile Manufacturers
  • American Cyclecar Manufacturers
  • American Automobiles Automotive Articles

  • Fabulous Tail Fins of the 50s & 60s

  • Home | Site Map | Links | Privacy Policy

    This site is Copyright Farber and Associates, LLC 2009-2012, All Rights Reserved