Liberty Motor Car

Detroit, Michigan. USA.
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Liberty emblem. (source: American Auto Emblems)

The Liberty Motor Car Company was an automobile maker based in Detroit, Michigan that started in February of 1916. Its president was Percy Owen, who was the vice-president of Saxon. It ran into financial trouble, and in September 1923, it was acquired by Columbia Motors.

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Radiator emblem for the Liberty Motor Car built in Detroit between 1916-1923. (source: Worthpoint)

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The riveting room at the Liberty Motor Car Company factory in 1916. (source: National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library)

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Liberty "Six" ad.

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