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The Cleveland Motor Car Company was located at 380 Erie Street in Cleveland, Ohio. It was by F.C. Chandler, Samuel Regar and The Hornblower & Weeks Co. Their general Eastern Distributing Agent was E.B. Gallaher, located at 141 West 55th Street in New York.

As of 1905, they also had additional distributors in Boston, at Butler Motor Car Company located at 998 Boylston Street. In Chicago at the Bennett Bird Company, located at 1404-1408 Michigan Avenue. In Milwaukee at the E.W. Arbogast Motor Company and in Souther California at the Worthington Garage in Los Angeles.

In 1905, the Cleveland 98-inch wheelbase Model D earned the endurance record for a 110 mile run from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara thru very mountainous section of the country. It carried four passengers and was driven by the owner, Mr. Nat Myrick, who received a "first-class" certificate from the committee.

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