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The Victor Automobile Mfg. Co.
St. Louis, MO

The Victor was an early High Wheel Runabout produced by The Victor Automobile Mfg. Co. in St. Louis, Missouri from 1907 to 1911. Powered by a two cycle two cylinder water cooled engine that produced 14-16 horsepower. Final drive by friction transmission and chain. Most were sold with solid rubber tires, although pneumatic tires were offered at an additional price.

Most Victor automobile advertising claimed - "Victor Hand Forged Automobiles" indicating that they were "Strongest Built". The Victor was produced as a Runabout, four passenger Touring Cars, Victor Pullmans and a Delivery Truck priced from $450.00 to $800.00. Reports have it that a total of seven different models were made by The Victor Automobile Mfg. Co. from 1907-1911.

1907 Victor Runabout and 1952 Studebaker
1907 Victor Runabout and 1952 Studebaker
This restored 1907 Victor was pictured with Studebaker in 1952.

1907 Victor Automobile Mfg. Co. St Louis, MO
1907 Victor Automobile Mfg. Co. St Louis, MO

1908 Victor High Wheeler Automobile Ad
1907 Victor High Wheeler Runabout

1908 Victor Automobile Ad
1908 Victor Automobile Ad

In this 1908 Victor magazine ad $450.00 got you a Runabout and $800.00 the Victor Pullman.  14-16 horsepower air cooled engines were used.

1909 Victor Hand Forged Automobiles
1909 Victor Hand Forged Automobiles

By 1909 the Victor was still advertised as "Hand Forged and The Strongest Machine Built"! Horsepower was up to 24 with addition of a new water cooled engine. Other new features included a double chain, double wheel sprockets, double jack shaft sprockets, double expanding brakes, double ignition system and double coils.

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