The Hackett was an automobile built in Jackson, Michigan, USA, by the Hackett Motor Car Company from 1916-19. The Hackett was a successor to the earlier Argo. It was an assembled car that had a four-cylinder G.B.&S. engine. From 1916-18, both a touring car and closed model were available. In 1919, they were available as tourers and roadsters. Following a company reorganization, operations were transferred to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where the car was continued as the Lorraine.
There is a Lorraine on display at the Grand Rapids Museum.
Here are a couple of photos of Hackett automobiles.