This cute roadster that places two passengers fulfilled two purposes: It was a "toy designed for "harmless sport and amusement of the young folks", and, nevertheless, a real and usable car. Hence the name of the company that built it: Child's Automobile Company. It rode on a wheelbase of 66 inches and had a single-cylinder 4-stroke engine that delivered 3½ hp. Price was just $150.00.
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