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A. B. C.
Autobuggy Manufacturing Co.
St Louis, MO 1906-1908

A.B.C. Motor Vehicle Co.
St. Louis, MO 1908-1910

A. B. Cole of St. Louis, MO produced an American Automobile called the A.B.C. from 1906 to 1910. Cole’s first company was called the Autobuggy Manufacturing Co. and produced the High Wheeler A.B.C. from 1906 to 1908. Early A.B.C. Auto Buggies were made in three body styles. A two passenger Runabout, a three passenger tonneau and a Touring car.


1906 A.B.C. Auto Buggy
1906 A.B.C. Auto Buggy
The Auto Buggy Manufacturing Co. St Louis, MO

The A.B.C. Autobuggy was equipped with a two cylinder air cooled engines that developed 10/12 horsepower. It used a friction drive transmission by cone and two bevel wheels, one for forward movement and one for reverse. This friction drive set up allowed the Auto Buggy to reach 30 mph top speed in either direction.

1908 A.B.C. Auto Buggy
1908 A.B.C. Auto Buggy
A.B.C. Motor Vehicle Co. St. Louis, MO

In 1908 The Auto Buggy Manufacturing Co. changed it’s name to The A.B.C. Motor Vehicle Co. This A.B.C. automobile was “A fine Hill Climber with Speeds up to 25 MPH”.

1909 A.B.C. Touring Car
1909 A.B.C. Touring Car

This 1909 A.B.C. Touring Car was equipped with either a water cooled two cylinder engine or a four cylinder 30 horsepower engine. Its high ground clearance made it popular in rural areas. It was price was $650.00. The automobiles were “the cheapest high-grade car in America” according to their advertisement.

1909 A.B.C. Touring Car
1909 A.B.C. Touring Car

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