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Lyons-Atlas

Indianapolis, ID. USA.
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Lyons-Atlas, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, produced the Lyons-Knight from 1913 to 1915. It was marketed as "the car of silence" due to the unique Knight engine, as stated in their 1913 ad below.

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Lyons-Knight logo.

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Lyons-Atlas factory in 1914. (source: Early Automobile Companies Ephemera Collection, 1910-1932. Courtesy Northwestern University Transportation Library)

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Lyons-Atlas "Lyons-Knight" the car of silence logo.

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Lyons-Atlas "Lyons-Knight" LK crest.

"First—bear in mind this Lyons-Knight is a car of distinctive features—with Knight engine, worm drive and many other new and individual points.

Made in a great factory covering sixty-five acres with its own foundries, machine shops, drop forge and die cast plants, with six miles of its own railroad tracks within the factory itself. Backed by unlimited capital to produce an unequaled car.

The five passenger Touring car sold for $2.900 and came with a Knight, four cylinder, fourcycle, 4.5 inch bore, 5.5 inch stroke, water cooled engine.

LYONS-KNIGHT COLLATERAL
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1914 Lyons-Knight brochure cover. (source: Early Automobile Companies Ephemera Collection, 1910-1932. Courtesy Northwestern University Transportation Library)

LYONS-KNIGHT ADS
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1913 Lyons-Atlas "Lyons-Knight" car ad.

 
 
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