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Vulcan

Painesville, Ohio. USA.
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The Vulcan Manufacturing Company was located in Painesville, Ohio, but only produced cars from 1913-1914.

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Vulcan type.

The Vulcan 27 Speedster, which was offered for $750 was showcased at the Auto Show in the Coliseum in Chicago in January of 1914.

In the ad for the show, they state "For over a year the Vulcan Manufacturing Company has been preparing for its big 1914 production. The thousands who examined the Vulcan at the New York Automobile Show and noted its sound construction, its nickel steel gears and oversize bearings throughout, its long, low, rakish appearance, enthusiastically agreed that it is what we claim; — " the sturdiest car ever sold at the small car price." And strangely enough, the Vulcan does not appear small. With its long wheel base and its 32 inch wheels, it presents an appearance of motor car value that astounds those who look it over.

Every tool. jig, die and gauge is ready for the rapid and uniform production of Vulcan Cars."

The Vulcan Touring Car sold for $850.

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Vulcan logo.

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Vulcan factory.

VULCAN ADS
vulcan 27 ad 14

1914 Vulcan 27 ad.

 
 
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