Spaulding (automobile)

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Spaulding was a name used for automobiles from two different companies. One company was based in Grinnell, Iowa and the other in Buffalo, New York.

Spaulding of Iowa[edit]

1916 Spaulding Model A

The Spaulding Manufacturing Company was a United States automobile manufacturing company founded by Henry W. Spaulding which produced automobiles named Spaulding from 1910 to 1916.[1] The company was based in Grinnell, Iowa.

Car production stopped in 1916 but the company continued as a truck body builder.

Spaulding of New York[edit]

1903 Spaulding Touring Car

The Spaulding Automobile and Motor Company of Buffalo, New York produced an automobile named Spaulding from 1902-1903[citation needed].

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  1. ^ McConnell, Curt (1995). Great Cars of the Great Plains. University of Nebraska Press. ISBN 0-8032-3163-6