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The Omar Motor Company was located on Slegrist Street in Newark, New York. They made the Browniekar, a vehicle to teach children how to drive.

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Omar Browniekar logo.

Their ads stated...
"With the advent of Browniekar this becomes a possibility, because it is designed to embody in its construction all of the elements of the larger cars, so simplified that a child can easily become an expert in its care and operation.

It is the safest and most instructive toy ever placed in the hands of the children and contains the possibilities of endless healthful amusement combined with a practical motoring education. We have an attractive proposition for live agents in unoccupied territory."

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1908 Omar Motor Company ad.

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