The Clark Automobile & The Clark Company






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Clark
Clark and Co.
Lansing, Michigan
1910-1911

The Clark was an American Automobile made by Lansing, Michigan pioneer Frank G. Clark. Frank Clark manufactured carriages with his father Albert in the late 1800s. In 1902 Frank Clark and William Newbrough organized the Clarkmobile Co. and introduced his first automobile in 1903.

In 1905 Frank Clark sold his business to New Way Motor Co. In 1910 Frank G. Clark organized Clark & Co. to produce the Clark Automobile.

Frank G. Clark’s father Albert was never in favor of the automobile. So Frank waited until after his death in the early 1900s to begin automobile production. The Clark & Company Carriage Manufacturers reportly built the body for the first test car produced by Ransom E. Olds in 1896.


Clark and Co. Carriage Mfg.
The Clark & Co. Carriage Manufacturers Established In 1865

The Clark automobile was a three passenger high wheeler with solid rubber tires and wheel steering. The Clark was equipped with an opposed two cylinder air cooled engine that developed 14 horsepower.

1910 Clark
1910 Clark

The Clark Automobile was only produced in 1910 and 1911, the company failed and went out of business. Frank Clark then went into the production of trucks.

1911 Clark
1911 Clark Three Passenger Roadster

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