Colonial (Shaw automobile)
The car was built in Chicago, Illinois, and was nothing more than a Shaw with the emblem switched; it was, however, treated as an entirely separate marque. In 1921 the company returned to using the name "Shaw" for its vehicles; soon thereafter, the entire operation was sold to the Yellow Cab Company, which renamed it "Ambassador".
David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
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