Little is virtually unknown, but it's impact on automotive history is monumental. The 1912 Little Roadster, which had a two-speed transmission mated to a four cylinder engine that started with a crank, and lamps that light with a match was produced for a few months before the major decision was made to change the name to Chevrolet. Like most cars built during 1912, the steering wheel is on the right-hand side. Less than 20 of the Little Roadster exist today. The rest is history.
(text source: Volo)
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