1913 Earl ad.
The Earl was an automobile manufactured in Jackson, Michigan by Earl Motors Incorporated from 1921 to 1923.
The Earl was a continuation of the Briscoe. It was offered in both open and closed models with a four-cylinder engine. Approximately 2,000 vehicles were produced. When the Earl debuted in 1921, it cost just $1485.
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