Flushing, NY. USA.
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Rainer was first located in Flushing, NY and then in Saginaw, Michigan.

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Rainier logo.

In 1906, they introduced the 30-35 H.P. Rainer, with the world's broadest and most liberal automobile guarantee for one year. Features included:

Engine - 30-35 H.P., 4 cylinders, water cooled.
Ignition - Sims-Bosch Magneto— make and break spark.
Transmission - Sliding train. 3 speeds forward and one reverse.
Rear Axle - Bevel gear drive, clutch driven hub. Ball bearings.
Front Axle - 1 Beam section. Ball bearings.
Frame - Cold rolled pressed steel, aluminum under bonnet covering entire engine and transmission.
Wheel Base - 104 inches.
Wheels - Imperial whalebone, grade A and growth hickory.
Tires - Continental 34x4.
Valves - Mechanically operated, inlet and exhaust interchangeable.
Carburetter - Float feed, requiring no adjustment.
Brakes - Two internal expansion, dust protected, operating on rear hubs, through emergency lever, holding either forward or backward. Foot brake operates on propeller shaft. Both brakes bronze against steel.
Body - Full aluminum, double side entrance.
Equipment - Two head lights, 2 side lights, 1 rear light, 1 horn.
Price - $4,000

The Morrison-Tyler Motor Company were their Boston agents.

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1906 Rainier Model B ad.

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