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The Coey-Mitchell Automobile Company was an American automobile manufacturer that built the Coey automobiles, operated a chain of American Driving Schools from 1913 to 1917 and was headquartered in Chicago, Illinois at 1424-26 Michigan Avenue. The company was founded under the name Coey-Mitchell Automobile Company by Charles A. Coey. The Coey family and their name come from Northern Ireland, where one still finds this name, for example in Comber.

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In 1913, the offered the six-cilynder Coey Flyer (originally called the Model A) for $2,000.

coey mitchell type

Coey Mitchell type.

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1914 Coey Junior ad. (source: AutoHistorian )

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