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The Anahuac was a short-lived United States automobile styled after a contemporary Polish car and manufactured in 1922 in Indianapolis by the Frontenac Motor Corporation Intended for the export market (it was to have been marketed in Mexico by a Mexican concern), the car had a wheelbase of 115 inches (2,900 mm); only four were ever completed.
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