AMERICAN

1907 “AMERICAN” Roadster “NO NOISE BUT THE WIND” AMERICAN MOTOR CAR CO 910 State Life Building Indianapolis IND LIFE page 75
1907 “AMERICAN” ROADSTER “NO NOISE BUT THE WIND” AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY INDIANAPOLIS,IND HARPER’S MAGAZINE ADVERTISER 12-6
1907 AMERICAN ROADSTER $3250 $3250 in 1907 = $78,857 in 2012 “No Noise But The Wind” American Motor Car Co Indianapolis, IND MOTOR AGE Feb 1907 Page 144 8.25″x11.75″
1908 FOUR AMERICAN MODELS FOR 1908 AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY INDIANAPOLIS IND THE AUTOMOBILE 5 7 Page 643
1908 FOUR AMERICAN MODELS FOR 1908 AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS, IND The Automobile 5 7 p 644
1909 THE AMERICAN TRAVELER, AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS, IND MOTOR AGE 9 28 PAGE 74
1909 THE TRAVELER AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS IND MOTOR AGE 5 13 page 84
1910 10 5 THE AMERICAN A Car For The Discriminating Few Indianapolis THE HORSELESS AGE 9″x12″ page 6
1910 9 7 1911 AMERICAN New Vehicles and Parts American Line Indianapolis THE HORSELESS AGE 9″x12″ page 329
1910 9 7 1911 AMERICAN New Vehicles and Parts American Line Indianapolis THE HORSELESS AGE 9″x12″ page 330
1911 AMERICAN “A Car For The Discriminating Few” $4,250 in 1910 = $103,155 AMERICAN MOTOR CAR CO Indianapolis, IND MOTOR AGE Nov 24, 1910 Page 67 8.5″x12″
1911 AMERICAN Indianapolis, Indiana The Automobile magazine Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911 Page 184 9″x12″
1911 Complete American Line for 1912, AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS, IND Traveler Tourist Scout THE HORSELESS AGE Vol. 28, No. 16, page 40
1911 SEMI-TORPEDO TRAVELER AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS, IND THE AUTOMOBILE 8 10 page 84
1911 The New AMERICAN “Thirty” Underslung with Standard Equipment $2250 AMERICAN MOTORS CO., Indianapolis, IND Includes a Photo of the inlet side of the motor. Complete list of AMERICAN line for the season 1912 The Automobile magazine Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911 Page 184 9″x12″
1912 AMERICAN UNDERSLUNG Self Starting, AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS, IND The “AMERICAN SCOUT” (Type 22A) Fully Equipped $1475 The “AMERICAN TRAVELER” (Type 56A) Fully Equipped $4500 The “AMERICAN TOURIST” (Type 34A) Fully Equipped $2350 NOT SILENT – but “a sound so faint one can scarce distinguish it from silence” LIFE 1912 Page 243 8.25″x1.5″
AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY Indianapolis, IND 1906 – 1914 SCAC 34 & 35
AMERICAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY Indianapolis, IND 1906 – 1914 SCAC p 34 35
Complete American Line for ‘The Season of 1912’ American Traveler, Tourist and Scout AMERICAN MOTORS CO. Indianapolis, IND THE HORSELESS AGE 1 17 Vol. 29 No. 3 page 50
Pioneer Very Roomy (article) American Mfg. Co. of Chicago Motor Field February 1914 Vol. 28 No. 5 Page 31 9″x12″
The 1912 AMERICAN Underslung AMERICAN MOTORS COMPANY, Dept K, Indianapolis, IND Traveler Special, Scout, Tourist ‘The One Car That Does Not Go Out Of Date’ LIFE 1 4 page 83
The American Underslung AMERICAN MOTORS COMPANY Dept D Indianapolis, IND THE AUTOMOBILE 4 4, 1912 page 89