White Plains, NY. USA.
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George John Grossman manufactured an automobile as GJG from 1909 until 1914 from White Plains, New York from imported components, one of which was a Renault four-cylinder engine.

In 1911, the 38-42hp Roadster sold for $2,500 and came complete with 5-lamps, Prestolite tank, tool and tire repair kit, a straight line drive shaft, extra long and wide springs, a heat treated alloy steel frame and a wheelbase of 121 inches. It boasted the ability to go from 6 to 60 miles per hour without the change of gears and had a one year guaranty.

The company closed in 1914.

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GJG logo.

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1911 GJG Roadster.

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