HCS Motorcar

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
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The H.C.S. in the emblem below stand for Harry C. Stutz, who built his first car in 1897. In 1905 he desgined a car for the American Motor Car Company.

He then started the Ideal Motor Car Company which he later renamed the Stutz Motor Company.

He was one of the creators of the H.C.S Motor Car Company, based out of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.

hcs motorcar emblem

H.C.S. Motor Car Co. radiator badge. (source: Apijunior)

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