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DELFIN

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The Delfin was a 3-wheel vehicle produced in Barcelona from 1956 to 1959.

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FAKA

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Fahrzeugwerk Kannenberg Anhänger-und Karosseriefabrik (FAKA) was founded in 1923 by Kurt Kannenberg in Gdansk.

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MAIBOHM

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Maibohm Motors started car production in Ohio in 1916. The company was named after the founder Peter C. Maibohm.

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HENSCHEL

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Henschel and Son (HuS = Henschel und Sohn) started as a foundry in 1810 in Kassel, Germany.

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BERGDOLL

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Louis J. Bergdoll immigrated to Philadelphia from Germany and created a brewery which made him a rich man. In 1910 he decided to build his own automobile.

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FADAGH

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Fadag began car production in 1921, but was gone by 1925 and no vehicles are known to survive.

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ESPERIA

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The Societa Automobili Lombarda (S.A.L.) started car production under the name of Esperia in Bergamo (Northern Italy) in 1905.

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RUXTON

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With a estimated total production of some 500 vehicles the Ruxton today is a very rare car.

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SAYERS & SCOVILLE

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Sayers & Scoville was in business from 1917 to 1924, with an approximate production of under 200 cars.

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VALT

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The Valt (Vetture Automobili Leggere Torino) light car was built in Northern Italy in Torino from 1911 to 1913.

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