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The Ardsley was a short-lived American automobile designed by W. S. Howard and manufactured from 1905 to 1906 in Yonkers, New York by the Ardsley Motor Car Company.
The company salesrooms were located at 50th Street and Broadway in Yonkers.
By 1906, the automobile was advertised in a national automobile trade magazine as "quiet and powerful." It had 35-horsepower, could seat five and was priced at US$3,500.
Ardsley Motor Car Company of Yonkers, New York - 1906 model
- ^ a b c Ardsley. Modern Motor Cars, March 1906, pg.118. Retrieved August 27, 2011.