Charlotte, Michigan. USA
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The Dolson was a brass era automobile manufactured in Charlotte, Michigan by J.L. Dolson & Sons from 1904 to 1907. They later changed the company name to the Dolson Automobile Company.

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1906 Dolson radiator emblem. (source: American Auto Emblems)

Dolson's 1906 Model F had 4 cylinders, 45-50 HP, full aluminum body, rear axle floating type with Nickel steel construction, and had an MSRP of $2,500.

Additional vehicles included...
Model E had 28-32 HP, 4 Cylinder, shaft drive with an MSRP of $1,800.
Model D had 20-24 HP, shalt drive with an MSRP of $1,500.
Model C had 20-24 HP, 2 cylinder. (the most powerful car of its type on the marked) with an MSRP of $1,250.

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Dolson logotype.

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1906 Dolson Model F ad.

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1905 Dolson Model C ad.

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