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Anderson

Detroit, Michigan, USA. 1916 to 1925.
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The Anderson was a United States automobile company; considered the most successful automobile ever built in the U.S. South, it was manufactured by a South Carolina carriage works from 1916 to 1925.


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The Detroit Electric logo. This was one of nine models for 1910, and the only vehicle this year equipped to receive either the lead battery or the larger size A6 Edison with 225 amp capacity.

Cars were sold by an active dealership all across the country. The company used Continental six-cylinder engines in its vehicles, which were noted for their attractive body styles and color combinations. Production reached nearly 2000 units in 1923.

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Anderson 6 ad.

ANDERSON CARS
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1922 Anderson Touring Car.

 
 
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