Share of the Crow-Elkhart Motor Corporation, issued 1. April 1919
The Crow-Elkhart was an Americanautomobile manufactured from 1909 until 1924 by the Crow-Elkhart Motor Company of Elkhart, Indiana, founded by Martin E. Crow. The company manufactured both four and six cylinder models. After World War I, Crow-Elkhart used Gray victory engines in some of its cars.
In 1922, the company went into receivership, and on June 22, 1923, the company's assets were sold for $78,000.