Buffalo (1901 automobile)
The Buffalo was an American automobile manufactured from 1900 until 1902, by the Buffalo Automobile and Auto-Bi Company of Buffalo, New York.
Two models were made, the Junior with a 3.5 hp, and the Senior with 6 hp single-cylinder engines. The company also produced an "Auto.Bi", a two-wheeled motorcycle.
In 1903 the company was taken over by the E.R. Thomas Motor Company. They combined with Fort Plain Spring and Axel which also made 1 Cylinder Runabouts, Dr. Runabouts.
It had no connection with the Buffalo Electric Carriage Company which built cars in Buffalo at the same time.
- David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
- Scientific American, Volume 80, number 9-March, 1902
- Cars introduced in 1901
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