The Logan

Chillicothe, Ohio.. USA.
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in 1906, Mr. B.A. Gramm introduced The Logan lineup in Section E of the basement at the New York Automobile Show, 69th Regiment Armory.

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The Logan logo.

The Logan 1906 lineup.
The Logan Runabout had a 10 H.P. with an air cooled engine
The Logan Light Touring Car had a 20 H.P. with an air cooled engine
The Logan Large Touring Car had a 30 H.P. with an air cooled engine
The Logan Light Delivery Carhad a 10 H.P. with an air cooled engine
The Logan 2-Ton Delivery Truck had a 30 H.P. with an air cooled engine
The Logan 20 Passenger Bus had a 30 H.P. with an air cooled engine

Some exclusive Logan features:
• Equalized Spring Trussed Frame which absorbs many jolts and jars which would otherwise go to engine and occupants.
• Sliding Gear Transmission in which it is impossible to strip the gears.
• Transmission Brake operated by reversing clutch lever.
• High Speed Gear controls all speeds from one mile per hour to limit.
• Special Fly Wheel Construction which gives one-fifth more power from cylinders of same bore and stroke.
• Simple in operation. Two levers and one pedal control all gears, brakes and clutch.

the Logan Construction Company was located in Chillicothe, Ohio.

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The Logan 1906 lineup ad.

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