nr: 398 / 1908 Economy Motor Buggy Buggy
During the esrly years of the automobile, specially the North American producers, cars were produced according to the so-caled "Horseless Carriage" principle. In other words, a carriage without a horse. The high carriage wheels were suited for the muddy roads in rural areas. The Economy Motor Buggy Co only excisted for a few years (1908-1914), and was forced to close their doors, after the trial of the "Seldon Patent". Only a few models are known to be around world wide.
|Make:||Economy Motor Buggy|
|Year of manufacture:||1908|
|Amount of cilinders:||1|
|License plate:||Incompleet Amerikaans kenteken|
|Country of registration:||State of Maine Title|
|Type of body:||Buggy|