The Carhartt was an automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan, by the Carhartt Automobile Company from 1911–12. The company claimed that "28 years of manufacturing success culminates in the Carhartt car," but this was based on the company's expertise in manufacturing overalls.
Two 4-cylinder models were advertised - the Junior 25hp and Four 35hp, with the latter having six different body styles, all priced at $2250. In 1912 a 50hp Four was offered, priced from $2500 to $3500. Very few of these cars were built before Carhartt returned exclusively to the manufacturing of clothing.
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