Sandusky Automobile Company

Sandusky, Ohio. USA.
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The Sandusky Automobile Company was located at 1105 Camp Street in Sandusky, Ohio and manufactured the Courier Car (style F for $650) from 1904 to 1905. James J. Hinde was its President. At the time, it was the only runabout fitted with a sliding gear transmission. Their ads stated "A car that a child can run".

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Sandusky Courier type.

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Sandusky Automobile Company Courier car radiator emblem. (source: Smithsonian)

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1904 Sandusky Automobile Company Courier, style-F.

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1905 Sandusky Courier Style F ad.

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