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The Sheldon F. Reese Co.
The thrills of an Airplane, the safety of an automobile and the economy of a motorcycle. All were combined in a propeller driven American Automobile designed by Sheldon F. Reese of Huron, SD.
The Aero Car was capable of 60 MPH and equipped with a twin cylinder engine of six horsepower. Production was unlikely but a protype was built.
1921 Aero Car
The Aero Car was the size of a Cyclecar. This two passenger Aero Car weigh in at 150 pounds, wheel base of 60 inch, tread of 30 inches and sold for only $160.00. This automobile was really driven by propeller. The motor could be started from the seat, one lever controlled the engine while a foot lever controlled the brake.
1925 American Automobile