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The Thomas B. Jeffery Co.
Kenosha, WI

The Jeffery was an American Automobile produced by The Thomas B. Jeffery Co. in Kenosha, WI from 1914 to 1917. Thomas B. Jeffery was a bicycle manufacturer, who built and sold Rambler bicycles in Chicago from 1878 to 1900 through a company called Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co. Jeffery was also interested in automobiles and built his first Rambler automobile in 1897.

Thomas B. Jeffery died in 1910 and his son Charles T. Jeffery changed the Rambler automobile name to Jeffery in honor of his father. This was done starting in 1914 when the new models were introduced.

1914 Jeffery Four Cylinder Roadster
1914 Jeffery Four Cylinder Roadster

1914 Jeffery Four Cylinder Touring Car
1914 Jeffery Four Cylinder Touring Car

The Jeffery was produced in conventional four and six cylinder engines 20 to 30 horsepower. Touring Cars sold for $1035.00 and the Jeffery Four Roadster sold for $1,000.00.

1915 Jeffery Chesterfield Six Touring Car
1915 Jeffery Chesterfield Six Touring Car

The engine in the 1915 Jeffery Chesterfield Six was of the high speed, high efficiency bloc type, developing 42 horsepower. The Jeffery Chesterfield Six automobile was designed for quality, style and leadership.

1916 Jeffery Touring Car Magazine Ad
1916 Jeffery Touring Car Magazine Ad

In this Jeffery Touring Car magazine ad The Thomas B. Jeffery Co. announced two new achievements in 1916. One was the cost of the new touring car at $1165.00. The second was production of a Jeffery enclosed coach of real quality to sell at a moderate price.

In 1917 Charles Nash purchased The Thomas B. Jeffery Co and renamed the company Nash Motors Co. This American Automobile was called the Nash and production lasted up to 1954. After 1954 Nash became part of American Motors Corp.

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