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The Halladay was an American Automobile designed by Lou P. Halladay in 1905. The first Halladay was a large Touring Car powered by a 4 cylinder 35 horsepower Rutenber engine.

The Halladay was made only as a Touring Car for the first three years and was joined in 1908 by a Runabout and a Limousine.

1911 Halladay Model D Seven Passenger Roadster
1910 Halladay Model D Seven Passenger Roadster

In the above 1910 Halladay advertisement, the Halladay was considered "The Raciest, Classiest Roadster of them All". Priced at $2,650.00 the Halladay 50 roadster was equipped with a Rutenber four cylinder engine that was rated at 50 horsepower. Other features included a Schebler carburetor, Bosch magneto, La Coste battery, La Coste spark plugs, 36 inch x 4 1/2 inch wheels and tires, 128 wheelbase, 11 inch headlights, side oil lamps, tail lamps, horn and tools.

1911 Halladay Model D Seven Passenger
1911 Halladay Model D Seven Passenger

Official Press Car on the 1911 Glidden Tour.

Said to be a reliable automobile because it finished a 250 mile endurance race at Atlanta in 1910. As you can see above it was chosen to be the press car for the 1911 Glidden Tour. About 300 Halladay automobiles were made by The Streator Motor Car Co. from 1905 to 1912.

1912 Halladay 30 - Three Chassis - Nine Models
1912 Halladay 30 - Three Chassis - Nine Models

In 1913 the company was acquired by Albert Barley who produced the Halladay from 1913 to 1917 in Streator, Illinois. Barley reorganized The Streator Motor Car Co. into The Barley Mfg. Co. In 1917 Barley sold the Halladay to a group of Ohio businessmen and left to form another American Automobile company which made the Roamer. The Ohio businessmen moved Halladay production to Ohio

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