The Dudly (also known as the Dudly Bug) was a Brass Era, gas-powered cyclecar manufactured in Menominee, Michigan, by the Dudly Tool Company from 1913–15. The Dudly had an ash-wood frame, two-seater open model, that was originally offered with a two-cylinder air-cooled engine. The 1914 Dudly was offered with a four-cylinder 1.6 L engine.
Approximately 100 Dudly Bug vehicles were manufactured.
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