In 1923 O. M. Farner reduced his 1922 Farner automobile price by $100. By year's end he had left town, abandoned his troubled company and his wife and two children. He didn't return to his family until 1938.
The Farner Motor Car Co.
O. M. Farner of Streator, Illinois orginized The Farner Motor Car Co. and built an American Automobile that was named after him. The Farner was an assembled car on a 115 inch wheelbase using a six cylinder Falls engine and standard components.
Very few Farner automobiles were produced.
We are looking for additional Farner automobile photographs or vintage Yale advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this
Sheridan Light Truck ad from a vintage 1916 magazine.
1916 Sheridan Truck
The Sheridan Light Truck was an American Automobile built by the Sheridan Commercial Car Company of Chicago, Illinois. It was considered "The Light Truck Sensation of 1916".ad
1920 Sheridan Truck
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