The Forest City Motor Company

Massillon, Ohio. USA.
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The Forest City Motor Car Company was initially located in Cleveland , then moved to Massillon, Ohio and produced approximately 1,000 cars between 1906 and 1909.

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Forest City Motor Company's "Jewell" type.

They produced the Jewell automobile, which sold for $400. It had a 2 cycle, single cylinder engine producing 8 HP.

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Forest City Motor Company's "Jewell" ad from 1906.

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