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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.

Elmore Car Sales Literature

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.

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