The Cameron Automobile 1903-1905 & James Brown Machine Corp.

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The James Brown Machine Corp.
Pawtucket, RI

At some point late in 1903 The United Motor Co. was succeeded by the James Brown Machine Co., of Pawtucket, RI. This new company continued production of the Cameron automobile. In 1903 The James Brown Machine Corp. brought out a light runabout with a six horsepower engine similar to the previous year.

By 1904 James Brown and Everett Cameron came out with a larger line of American Automobiles, including the Model H runabout shown below. The $650.00 Cameron Model H Runabout was a 2 passenger car or 4 passenger with the detachable Tonneau. It was equipped with a 2 cylinder 10 horsepower engine.

1904 Model H Runabout
1904 Model H Runabout

New 1904 models also included a $750.00 Model I Light Tonneau with a 8-10 horsepower engine, a $1050.00 Model J Special Surrey with a 12-15 horsepower engine, a $950.00 Model K Runabout with a 12-15 horsepower engine and a $1050.00 Model L Side Entrance Tonneau.

1904 Cameron Automobiles
1904 Cameron Automobiles

Advertising claims for the 1904 and 1905 Cameron included – “Built For Service”, “It Serves You”, “The Car of Economy” and “King of All Weathers”

The King of All Weather shown below is a 1905 Cameron Model L with side entrance.  It was equipped with a 12-15 horsepower 4 cylinder engine and was priced at $1050.00.

1905 Cameron
1905 Cameron

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