1913 Stickney Motorette Roadster.
The Charles A. Stickney Motor Company of St. Paul, Minnesota produced a four-cylinder, wire-wheeled tandem-seated roadster called the Motorette in 1913 that sold for $395.
The was transmitted to the rear wheels through a friction transmission and chains.
They also made a delivery car, with a box for parcels substituted for the front seat and selling for the same price.
A combination car, in which either the seat or the box could be used sold for $410.
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