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Fort Pitt

New Kensington, Pennsylvania. USA
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The Fort Pitt Motor Manufacturing Company was located in New Kensington, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1908 but moved to Pittsburgh in 1911. They were known as the Pittsburgh Six.

They made four cars. The Model A Runabout, $1,850.00, the Model B Roadster, $1,950.00, the Model C Touring Roadster, for $2,050 and the Model D Touring Car for $2,500, all with 50 HP.

"We make a six­ cylinder car, that for work­manship, ma­terial, quality and appearance stands just as high as any car built in the United States or any foreign country -but the price is low."

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1908 Fort Pitt ad.

 
 
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