Atlas (Pittsburgh automobile)
|Headquarters||College Ave., East End, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
|Key people||W.H. La Fountain; William G. Hughes; Alfred F. Bennett|
The Atlas car was built in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1906–1907. The Atlas Automobile Company was established on College Avenue in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in late 1906 in a "fireproof garage." It was a four cylinder car rated at 25/30 hp with shaft drive and a 3-speed sliding gear transmission. It was offered as a touring car or runabout. The firm was out of business by the next year.
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- Kimes (1985), p. 64
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