Brunn & Company
Brunn & Company was an American coachbuilder founded by Hermann A. Brunn (1874-1941) in Buffalo, New York. He was the father of Hermann C. (1908-1989) who initially worked for his father, then was employed by the Ford Motor Company after Brunn & Company closed in 1941. Hermann A. Brunn also had an uncle named Henry Brunn who founded a second coachwork company in Buffalo called Brunn Carriage Mfg Co. Much of their work was for Lincoln Motor Cars after being purchased by the Ford Motor Company in 1922.
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