Another thread discussed early automobiles produced in the U.S., and I thought this a good compilation of past automakers.
I wish we could edit the title of threads. I also tried to delete this post almost immediately so I could "fix" the titles, however I've never been able to delete a post.
Oh well, I'm sure readers are able to guess what I meant...
What is an uto?
Its the "english" way of saying auto. I thought you were from across the pond Rob when I 1st seen it. The "K" rules!
Drive safe and often
Must be a kid thing!
Maybe a list of you toos?
unidentified traveling object?
The Hyman list is long too with some you don't see there and vice versa. His list isn't specifically "defunct" so that may be the difference:
You guys are a tough crowd.....
Walter, part of the difference may be the Hyman list included non U.S. produced cars. A good list. I like that the first list includes years of manufacture/sales.
Yup, sure enough. I didn't catch that. A combination of the two without duplicates must be huge.
(Message edited by Wmh on May 18, 2017)
Its been a while since I've seen this list. I enjoyed going over it again. The thumbnails were great, but I wish they had pics of each one of the cars list to observe and compare.
Having starting my 30 years with GM in Saginaw,Mi at the plant built for Rainier in 1907 i really enjoy the link!! Bud. When i clicked on Shawmutt it said the page had not been created yet? I know as Model T people the Shawmutt is very important!! Bud.