Crawford Automobile

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Crawford Automobile Company
TypeAutomobile Manufacturing
GenreTouring cars
Area served
United States
Automotive parts
1909 Crawford Model H Light Touring Car
The radiator emblem from a Crawford Dagmar

The Crawford Automobile Company was an automobile manufacturing company based in Hagerstown, Maryland which produced cars 1905–1923. After the Crawford Automobile Company was purchased by the M. P. Moller Pipe Organ Co., they produced a sporting version of the Crawford called the Dagmar (in production until 1927).[1]

Crawfords were chain-driven until 1907, and the 1911–1914 models feature transaxles. Later cars featured brass trim, disc-covered wooden artillery wheels, and Continental six-cylinder engines.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Wise, David Burgess (1979). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the World's Automobiles. Secausus, NJ: Chartwell Books. p. 133.