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The Hackett Motor Car Co.
Jackson, MI

In 1916 Mansell Hackett purchased the Argo Motor Co. of Jackson, MI maker of the Argo Cyclecar. He then established the Hackett Motor Car Co. and build the American Automobile called the Hackett.

Located in Jackson, Michigan, the company produced a line of touring cars and roadsters. The Hackett was an assembled car made of parts produced by other automobile companies.

The Hackett was built as a $888.00 five passenger Touring Car and a $888.00 four passenger Roadster. The Touring Car had a wheelbase of 112 inches. The body color was Packard blue with ivory wheels.

1917 Hackett Touring Car
1917 Hackett Touring Car

The Hackett was equipped with a water cooled four cylinder G. B. & S. engine that was rated at 22.5 horsepower. The bore was 3 1/4 inches and the stroke was 4 1/2 inches. It had a three speed transmission 3 forward and 1 reverse. The rear axle was three-quarters floating.

1916 Hackett Factory
1916 Hackett Factory

Features included worm and nut steering, six volt system, electric lights, 32 x 3 1/2 inch front and rear tires on wood wheels. Additional features were top, top hood, windshield, speedometer, ammeter, tire pump, electric horn and demountable rims.

Hackett Assembly Factory
Hackett Assembly Factory

In 1918 The Hackett Motor Car Co. was reorganization into The Lorraine Motors Corporation. Operations were then transferred to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where the Hackett was continued as the Lorraine.

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