Piqua, USA. 1912-1916.
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Meteor logotype.

In 1913, The Meteor 36 had an MSRP of $950 and had $100 more value than anything in the market for the same price. Unit power plant, enclosed valves, enclosed clutch, enclosed brakes, starter built in, large axles, demountable rims, and the 4x5-36 H.P. motor made it the ideal car for the buyer who wanted a light car but plenty of power.

The four-cylinder 4-40 had an MSRP of $1,275 and their six-cylinder 6-54 sold for $1,600.

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Meteor Motor Car Company radiator badge. (source: Apijunior)

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1953 Meteor Delivery Sedan ad. (source: AutoHistorian )

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1913 Meteor ad for their 4-40 and 6-45 models.

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