Jordan car books includes the history of these vintage American automobiles.
The Jordan Motor Car Company was founded in 1916 in Cleveland, Ohio by Edward S Jordan.
The Inside Story Of Adam And Eve by Edward Jordan (1945). An up-dated satirical look at the story of Genesis by a former advertising writer for the Jordan Motor Company. The frontis is a poster of the Jordan Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 'Somewhere West of Laramie'. A printed insert contains a note about printer Howard Coggeshill by Ned Jordan.
Jordan Automobile: A History by James Lackey (2005) is both a biography of Ned Jordan and a history of his company and its vehicles from its beginning in 1916 to its end in 1932, when non-payment of franchise taxes forced its dissolution. Jordan's first models were four and seven-passenger custom-type touring cars, but it would become famous for the Sport Marine, the Playboy, the Little Tomboy, and the Little Custom Jordan.