1902-1969 Classic Lincoln Cars
Continental, Zephyr, Mark III, Convertible
1939-1969 Mercury Automobiles For Sale
1939-1969 Mercury Cars
Monterey, Comet, Cyclone, Cougar
1916-1962 Nash Automobiles For Sale
1916-1962 Nash Cars
Statesman, Metropolitan, Rambler
The Pittsburgh Motor Vehicle Company
Pittsburgh, PA 1897-1899
The Autocar Co.
Ardmore, PA 1900-1911
The first American Automobile produced by The Pittsburgh Motor Vehicle Company were largely experimental and included a single cylinder tricycle and a light runabout.
Louis S. Clarke, a mechanical engineer was founder of The Pittsburgh Motor Vehicle Company in 1897. Clarke was instrumental in the invention of the spark plug, drive shaft and one of the first oil circulation systems. Clarke also built automobiles with the steering wheel on the left hand side which led to the standardization throughout most of the automotive industry
in the United States.
1899 Autocar – Pittsburgh Motor Vehicle Co.
The first American Automobiles produced by The Autocar Co. was built in Ardmore, PA in 1900. It was a single cylinder chain driven Runabout and very few were made. In 1904 a $1700.00 four passenger Touring Car was added to the Autocar line. The early Autocar’s had tiller steering.
1907 Autocar – The Autocar Co.
1910 Autocar – The Autocar Co.