Ariel (American automobile)
The Ariel was made by the Ariel Company from 1905 to 1906 in Boston, Massachusetts, and Bridgeport, Connecticut. The car was available with either an air-cooled or a water-cooled engine, either of which had a single overhead camshaft and delivered 30 horsepower. The radiator was oval in shape, similar to those of Delaunay-Belleville cars. Ariel's slogan, "Look for the Oval Front," was based on this feature.
- Georgano, G. N., Encyclopedia of American Automobiles, 1971, p. 21: "Ariel"
- Georgano, G. N., Encyclopedia of American Automobiles, 1971, p. 126: "Maryland (ii)"
- Georgano, G. N., ed. (1971). Encyclopedia of American Automobiles. New York, NY USA: E. P. Dutton. ISBN 0-525-097929. LCCN 79147885.
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