Huntsville, Alabama, USA.
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The Keller Motors Corporation was located in Huntsville, Alabama.

They produced the Keller convertible and wagon between 1948 and 1950.

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Keller logo.

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1948 Keller Brochure cover. the brochure of the 1948 Keller, a car that started as the Bobbi-Kar and was intended to be built by the Dixie Motor Company at the former Huntsville Arsenal in Alabama. A lot of effort was put into sales, but not into production, so the car failed when Keller died. There were prototypes built, but the production line never started and no components were, ever ordered. Considering the amount of promotion it got at the time, a lot of people figured it was in production, but not so. Here is a link to a more complete story of it's creation and demise. (source: John Lloyd)

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1948 Keller Wagon.

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