Elmore car books includes vintage Elmore sales literature.
Elmore Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of automobiles in Clyde, Ohio, from 1893 until 1912. It was founded by James and Burton Becker. William C Durant, founder of General Motors, purchased the company in 1909, with Elmore becoming one of General Motors' divisions.
Original Factory Sales Literature For 1905 Elmore Automobile (1904) Elmore issue of a lengthy, illustrated article about them appearing in "Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal. Six photos and two technical diagrams. Elmore's 2-cycle engine was the simplest form of heat-motor suitable for car-driving.
Elmore Valveless 2 Cycle, 1908: The Car That Has No Valves (1908). All about the Elmore Model Forty touring car, the Elmore Model Thirty touring car and the Elmore Roadster.