CVI (automobile)

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The C.V.I. was an American automobile manufactured in Jackson, Michigan by the C.V.I. Motor Car Company from 1907 to 1908. The C.V.I. had a common chassis shared between the roadster and touring car models. The car had a four-cylinder, 4.2L engine, with a three-speed selective transmission and shaft drive. The cars sold for $4,000 (equivalent to $130,800 in 2023). Though the car performed well, several investors in the company decided to exit the car business, and the company was reorganized as the Clark-Carter Automobile Company.[1]


  1. ^ Henry A. Clark (1985). Beverly R. Kimes (ed.). The Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805–1945. Krause Publications. ISBN 0-87341-045-9.[page needed]