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The Enger Motor Car Co.
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Enger was an American Automobile produced from 1909 to 1917 by The Enger Motor Car Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. The first Enger was a two cylinder High Wheeler followed over the next few years with a complete line of well made automobiles.

By 1910 The Enger Motor Car Co. was producing a 40 horsepower Touring Car that was priced at $2,000.00. Their new five passenger Touring Car was big, roomy and powerful.

Features of the 1910 Enger included the 40 horsepower engine that was designed and built by Enger, 34 inch x four inch wheels and tires, 116 inch wheelbase, Mohair top, automatic windshield, speedometer and a Schebler Carburetor.

1909 Enger Five Passenger Touring Car
1909 Enger Five Passenger Touring Car

Early Enger advertisement claimed "Just Get Oil and Gasoline and Start" and in 1911 exhibited an extraordinary line of cars. The Enger Motor Car Co. also stated that "The Enger came through with a perfect score in the Munsey-Historic run".

1911 Enger Automobiles
1911 Enger Extraordinary Line of American Automobiles

The 1911 Enger line included a standard $2,000.00 five passenger Touring Car, a $1,700.00 four passenger Touring Car, a $1,800.00 four or five passenger Torpedo, a $1,600.00 open front Runabout and a $1,650.00 two passenger Torpedo with a rumble seat. By 1913 and 1914 most Enger models were priced at $1,450.00.

1917 Enger Six-Twelve Touring Car
1917 Enger Six-Twelve Touring Car

In 1916 The Enger Motor Car Co. developed one of the earliest 12 cylinder models in the United States. The 1916 model had an overhead valve engine that could be converted to work as a six cylinder. Read more about this remarkable 12 cylinder engine in this article.

1917 Enger Convertible Twelve Engine

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